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Hotels in Hanoi

victoria
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Hotels in Hanoi

Can anyone recommend a good hotel in Hanoi around the Old Quarter?

1. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

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Semporna, Malaysia
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2. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

Hotels around the Old Quarter can be from 16 US$ to over 300 US$ per night. From our experience, small hotels having price 40 US$ up are clean, nice, well located and worth to stay.

Take a look at the "Hotels & Accommodations" tab on the left which is very useful. There are reviewers and photos of people who have stayed in each hotel.

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TorG
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5. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

If you can, splurge and stay at the Sofitel Metropole. It's a short walk along Hoan Kiem Lake to the Old Quarter and one of my favorite hotels in the world. After a day wandering the Old Quarter, a drink by pool feels like paradise.

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saigon
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7. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

Dear Freeflower.

There are so many hotels from 2 star to 5 star hotel in Hanoi, as i knew that Sofitel Metropole is your most favourist, it is nice and perfect hotel with high quality service, helpful staff, good location, but there is one of them as the symbol of the Aisa - Pacific is " Intercontinental Hanoi West lake", brand new hotel, the newest luxury hotel in year 2008. Intercontinental Hanoi is an ideal location for those who are looking for a unique and romantic getaway in the tranquil residential setting.

for further information, pls pass the hotel Website:http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/hanoi.

I think you will new experience and authentic in the Intercontinental Hanoi West lake.

Thanks!

PHA

Sydney
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8. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

I agree with TorG. I have just returned from Hanoi and had 4 wonderful nights at the Sofitel Metropole and I can honestly say it is worth the money. Just a fabulous hotel in a great location. This hotel would rate as one of the best I have stayed in anywhere in the world.

I booked direct with them via their own website and got quite a good deal - about US$259 for 2 nights and US$215 for the other 2 nights. Their reservation staff are excellent and instilled confidence from the very first contact.

As I was at a conference in another hotel, I heard lots of hotel horror stories, however I have nothing but positive comments on the Sofitel Metropole.

Hanoi, Vietnam
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9. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

The most imfortant thing that how much do you spend for hotel?

Los Angeles
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10. Re: Hotels in Hanoi

What is your daily budget for a hotel? What is your definition of good?

Two years ago, good for us was the Classic I hotel, 22 A Ta Hien St., Hoan Kiem. It was about $35/night then but now I think a room with balcony facing the street is near $50. The rooms now include an Internet connected computer, large clean bathrooms and a modest buffet breakfast included in the price. I notice they also had a storage area for bags and luggage if you were going off for a few days and returning. Their location is pretty good in my opinion. Happy Travels.

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