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The service I received on the 2 occasions I stayed in this hotel was truly excellent.
On both occasions I arrived before 6 am and was let in, allowed to sit in the reception lounge, given coffee until my room became available, on the 2nd...More
This was my first trip to Vietnam and we found this hotel on the internet. The hotel is located on the fringe of Hanoi's Old Quarter so it is extremely convenient for those who enjoy exploring the street markets, shops and eateries, especially at night....More
Very friendly and helpful Hotel that has large rooms in good situation for The Old Quarter. Very good value for money and completely recently renovated, this was a fantastic stay for us. You can book all your trips through reception so you can make sure...More
We really enjoyed staying at this little hotel on the edge of Hanoi's old quarter. We were slightly removed from the crazy, crowded little streets but could easily walk to everything in the area that we wanted to see and do. As we explored the...More
My first trip at hanoi, I stay at old quarter hotel. Upon entering, I was served with welcome drink. The manager began to introduce himself and he spoke very fluent english.
He share with me some tour package but I already has some plans. Upon...More
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US$32 - US$64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You could also contact Hanoi Transfer Service to arrange a private pickup. Costs about US$16 (probably about US$4-5 more than taking a cab) but I found them prompt and reliable. They have a website (which I wasn't able to... More
You could also contact Hanoi Transfer Service to arrange a private pickup. Costs about US$16 (probably about US$4-5 more than taking a cab) but I found them prompt and reliable. They have a website (which I wasn't able to include here because HTML links aren't allowed on this reply .... their domain is hanoitransferservice
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"Our rooms on 7th floor were great (471 with a great balcony)"