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Holiday Diamond Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Holiday Diamond Hotel

5 Nguyen Sieu, Hanoi - Map
"Awesome near awesome shopping and fantastic food!"
The staff at the hotel where amazing and so friendly and helpful with all our queries! Will definately stay there again!
A Traveller
Oriental Central Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Oriental Central Hotel

37-39 Hang Bac Street, Hoan Kiem Dist, Hanoi - Map
"Wouldn't stay anywhere else!"
We had an amazing experience at the Oriental Central Hotel!! The staff are so attentive! We have never had such a personal service at a hotel (and we travel quite a bit) the time they take with you welcoming you, telling you about the city, where to go, what do to, what to watch out for is invaluable! Graham (who is amazing!) and all the staff are always smiling and warm and the rooms are modern and clean. You get a little basket of goodies in your room when you arrive complementary and the breakfast is amazing! We were traveling in a group (taking 3 rooms) as we arrived first they offered us a free room upgrade, but we asked if they could give it to our friends who had just gotten engaged, they not only agreed they had a cake, chocolates and wine sent to the room and wrote Happy Engagement in rose petals on their bed! So lovely and so much attention to detail! Honestly wouldn't stay anywhere else!
Traveller from Australia
Hanoi Pearl Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Hanoi Pearl Hotel

No 6, Bao Khanh Lane, Hoan Kiem Dist, Hanoi - Map
"Great Hotel in the heart of Hanoi"
Lovely room, helpful pleasant staff, really enjoyed staying there
Traveller from Perth, WA
Medallion Hanoi Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Medallion Hanoi Hotel

11 Ma May, Hanoi - Map
4.0 out of 5 (105 reviews)
With a unique atmosphere, special Vietnamese hospitality and convenient facilities, the hotel offers excellent accommodation …More
Tu Linh Legend Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Tu Linh Legend Hotel

59 Hang Cot, Old Quarter, Hanoi - Map
"Extra helpful staff, breakfast and great location."
This hotel will satisfiy your needs for a relatively cheap price. The staff is super friendly, especially Lou will give you good advise. And of course, the location is great; it is within the old quarter but not exactly on the night market streets. Highly recommendable!
A Traveller
Hanoi Chic Boutique Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Hanoi Chic Boutique Hotel

51-53 Bat Su Street, Hanoi - Map
Golden Silk Boutique Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Golden Silk Boutique Hotel

109-111 Hang Gai Street,, Hanoi - Map
4.3 out of 5 (313 reviews)
Hanoi Romance Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Hanoi Romance Hotel

19 Trung Yen Lane, Dinh Liet, Hang Bac, Hanoi - Map
4.2 out of 5 (128 reviews)
Hanoi Charming 2 Hotel - Hanoi Hotels

Hanoi Charming 2 Hotel

31 Hang Ga Street, Hanoi - Map
4.7 out of 5 (412 reviews)
Essence Hanoi Hotel & Spa - Hanoi Hotels

Essence Hanoi Hotel & Spa

22 Ta Hien Street, Hanoi - Map
"Brilliant staff in a busy location. "
Service and attention to detail! The staff at this hotel cannot do enough to make your stay smooth and pleasurable. The tours booked through Essence are high quality and recommended. Can be crazy busy in this part of the Old Quarter, but handy if you want to get a cheap beer.
Traveller from South Australia
Ideally located in the heart of Hanoi's Old Quarter, next door of the attractive Memorial House, just few blocks from Hoan …More

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    Pocket Guide: Hanoi Old City Gate

    If you think old is boring, a trip to Hanoi’s Old Quarter will leave you a changed person. You haven’t truly gotten to know the Vietnamese capital until you’ve walked these historic streets, seen the beautiful old buildings on either side, chose to eat your meals in top restaurants or right from the equally tasty and filling street stalls, and browsed shops specialising in everything from jewellery to combs. We’ll help you go one better with a booking from our Hanoi Old Quarter hotels where you’ll begin and end each day with some of the city’s best streets right at your doorstep.

    The Old Quarter has the old spirit and sights of an ancient city, but the hustle and life of a modern one. It is a fantastic experience to walk the streets of this square kilometre district, sharing the sidewalk with shop owners crafting furniture, carving stone, shaping tin or serving steaming bowls of delicious noodles. The roads are no less busy either, as cars and scooters weave around those on foot.

    Look up at the street signs and oddly shaped buildings in the Old Quarter and you are looking at history. Most street names here begin with hang, which means road, and the second word shows what was once each road’s specialty product. Hang Gai was famous for silk, Hang Dong was home to bronze shops, and Hang Bac must have been quite a wealthy place because it specialised in silver.

    Today, the products no longer match the street names but the Hanoi Old Quarter is pure heaven to shoppers and foodies – and let’s be honest, who doesn’t let the wallet and waistline go a little during holidays? You’ll find a great many cafes dotted throughout the Old Quarter and greater Hanoi, where you can sit back and relax in an old-school environment with classic movie posters hanging from the brick walls and antique decorations all around. It’s a good way to take a break from the buzzing street life outside, and the coffee will certainly give you a boost - Vietnam is second only to Brazil in coffee production.

    Among or within the tube houses – narrow but long or tall buildings – you’ll find restaurants that serve a mouth-watering blend of French and Vietnamese food with such style that they’d be upper-class venues anywhere else, but in the Old Quarter you’ll be let in most eateries with even a tank top and sandals. But as mentioned earlier, you can barely walk an entire street here without the smell of grilled meats, noodle broth or local deserts flowing through your nostrils. Don’t miss out on these delicious and cheap treats, and if you like a drink with your meal, order some bia hoi, the local draft brews.

    You’ll be able to take all sorts of souvenirs home for yourself or friends, from stringed instruments to vibrant silks, but during your travels don’t overlook the Old Quarter’s religious attractions. The impressive, weather-worn bell towers of St. Joseph’s Cathedral change the atmosphere from fast-paced to tranquil and spiritual. Within you’ll find a quiet sanctuary with coloured light filtering through stained glass windows all the way from France.

    Book your Old Quarter accommodation and a flight to Hanoi to feel the real pulse of this city within a city.

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