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When we first got to the hotel I got served by Ms Ngan, she had informed us that the superior rooms are full which we booked when we were in Australia so she upgraded to deluxe room, which later on we found out that it...More
Friends recommended this hotel to is, we would also now recommend. Well equipped room with excellent bed and bed linen. Friendly, helpful staff who obtained overnight train tickets for us. Very enjoyable dinner on roof top restaurant.
This is a fantastic little hotel just on the edge of the old quarter. The hotel itself is clean, the rooms well decorated with nice finishes. The staff were fantastic from the beginning. The had excellent tourist information and really good English. The breakfast had...More
The services of this was hotel was great and superb! All the staff were accommodating and warm especially Ms. Huyen Hoang, Thu Tran and Yen. They made me feel so welcome. The room was great, it was clean. The bed and pillows are also comfortable....More
I highly recommend the Rising Dragon Palace Hotel to anyone visiting Hanoi!
The hotel is a great value with its ideal location, impeccable service, and excellent restaurant. Conveniently located in the middle of the city, the hotel is a short distance to all attractions especially...More
We did the 2d 1n tour on the Paloma junk boat. The boat, food, tour guides and staff were all amazing, it was one of the highlights of Vietnam for me. Halong bay is quite a long drive (3-4) hours from Hanoi, so I would... More
We did the 2d 1n tour on the Paloma junk boat. The boat, food, tour guides and staff were all amazing, it was one of the highlights of Vietnam for me. Halong bay is quite a long drive (3-4) hours from Hanoi, so I would recommend spending at least one night on the boat, a day trip would be too much time on a minibus and not enough in Halong bay.