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I only stayed here one night but it was a great little hostel. It's down a small alley right by the lake, so the location is pretty great.
After traveling by bus for 6+ hours I was exhausted and needed a good nights rest. The...More
Loved the nice room size and wooden Chinese style furniture. Tam is incredible as a receptionist and proved to be very helpful in organizing my trip to North Vietnam namely Sapa by sleeping night bus. Although I had not stayed with them yet they let...More
This is a fantastic little hostel in a great location right opposite Hoam Kiem lake and the old quarter. The rooms were clean and serviced daily, and the free breakfast every morning was very delicious. A huge thank you to Tam for making our stay...More
We had a lovely time staying here! Tam and the rest of the staff are so helpful and kind. The room was cleaned daily, and there was always a fresh plate of fruit waiting for us downstairs. Tam was very helpful with booking us tours...More
Such a nice hotel with a staff that is so helpful and kind. The rooms are very clean and comfortable, and the breakfast is really nice. Wifi is strong, and the beds are nice and soft.
They helped us book a couple of tours, and...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$19 - US$24 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No elevator. But if you are worry about carrying your luggage up the stair, there will be hostels' stuff waiting to help you. The hostel is a little bit inside of the alley, you can walk to hostel within 1 min, and the car... More
No elevator. But if you are worry about carrying your luggage up the stair, there will be hostels' stuff waiting to help you. The hostel is a little bit inside of the alley, you can walk to hostel within 1 min, and the car can stop in front of the alley.
This is more like a b&b there isn't a common room or kitchen for guests so bumping into other guests is rare. You will met people on the tours to halong bay or sapa. The hanoi hostel will organise those for you and... More
This is more like a b&b there isn't a common room or kitchen for guests so bumping into other guests is rare. You will met people on the tours to halong bay or sapa. The hanoi hostel will organise those for you and they are better value than the ones on the street. The larger hostels would offer a better chance of being people but they seemed to be party hostels so prepare for noise and drunkenness;)
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"I believe there are only two rooms per floor which makes for a nice quite and comfortable stay."