Not only located at the Old Quarter, the heart of all activities and fun in Hanoi, the hotels on this list recommended by Hello Vietnam Travel also draw the attention of tourists with their sublime architecture while offering an affordable price.
Hanoi 3B Hotel
Hanoi has heaps of fun and innumerable better things for you to spend your money on rather than accommodation. We get it. That's why Hello Vietnam Travel specifically recommends you Hanoi 3B Hotel. If you are the kind of tourists who want to save your energy and money to explore this milennium-old city as well as the surroundings hot spots such as Ninh Binh, Sapa or Ha Long then Hanoi 3B Hotel is, without a doubt, your number one choice.
At Hanoi 3B Hotel, 24 rooms are available, devided into 4 types: Standard, Deluxe, Superior and Family. The interior of 3B integrates the classic with the modern: wooden floor and window blinds, wallpapers with abstract and colorful patterns, while other furniture in the room celebrates the sublime of Vietnamese traditional style. This combination gives its guests a feeling so exotic as if they were stayting at a Vietnamese ancient village house rather than a modern-looking hotel, hiding in the most crowded, noisiest street in the second largest city in Vietnam.
From 3B, it only takes a few more steps before you can dive into the liveliness of this capital city. Come and stay at 3B, a 3-star hotel with 2-star prices and 4-star services.
May De Ville Hotel
Situated at the heart of Hanoi Old Quarter and a few blocks away from Hoan Kiem Lake, from May De Ville Hotel, you can easily take a stroll from one tourist attraction to another and as well to large shopping malls.
May De Ville encompasses 35 street view rooms and fully packed with necessary facilities. Edgy and comfy bath rooms with shower head or hybrid shower (or jacuzzi), dryer and other accessories will cater you needs.
Look no further because Réveil Le restaurant on the 1st floor is where you can savour Vietnamese best dishes as well as Western ones. On the other hand, the modern atmosphere at Le Soleil Bar on the 10th floor, where you can get your lips on a variety of drinks, opens up a panorama into the sparkling city.
Indochina Queen II Hanoi
Indochina Queen II Hanoi Hotel is the latest international-standard hotel in the Indochina Queen hotel chain. Nestled at 67 Thuoc Bac, Hoan Kiem District, center of Hanoi Old Quarter, it takes you 3 minutes to reach Hoan Kiem Lake by foot, 40 minutes to Noi Bai International Airport by taxi and a few laughs away from famous sites and other bustling places in Hanoi such as restaurants, shopping malls and entertainment centres.
Indochina Queen II Hanoi Hotel is a mini hotel, lies relatively deep from the street. Guests will have to cross a small duplicateof The Huc bridge to reach the hotel lobby. This small backward move brings a much more peaceful ambience to the hotel, making Indochina Queen II Hanoi most suitable for private guests, backpackers or any Hanoi streets enthusiasts.
Aquarius Hanoi Hotel
Aquarius Hanoi Hotel, 5 minutes by foot away from Hoan Kiem Lake, occupies an ideal locale inside the Old Quarter. From the hotel, it won't take you more than 20 minutes to excersice your legs up to Bach Ma temple, Ho Chi Minh Masoleum and Dong Xuan Market. Plus, only with a few blinks of the eyes, heaps of convenience stores and restaurants will start appearing before you while Noi Bai International Airport is merely 45 minutes away by taxi.
Aquarious Hanoi includes 30 new rooms guaranteeing a convenient and contemporary living space, promising a comfortable and complete satisfaction for the guests. On the other hand, the hotel rooms' impressive wooden floor and sophiticated interior is a big plus.
Indochia Legend 2 Hanoi
Set at 40-42 Lo Su, Hoan Kiem District, Indochina Legend 2 Hanoi has no competitor regarding location. From the hotel, 2 minutes is all it takes to walk to Hoan Kiem Lake, Ngoc Son temple, The Huc Bridge and Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre. Additionally, if you don't mind some calories-burning, walking to the Old Quarter, Dong Xuan Market, Opera House and Ho Chi Minh Masoleum is not only totally doable, but also will save you a lot of cash on taxi.
Characteristically speaking, Indochina Legend 2 Hanoi is a high-rise hotel, painted in white, right on the street. Although it has no yard space, guests staying at the hotel are compensated with well-equipped hotel rooms whose luxurious, cozy and alluring design will blow them away. Plus, the furniture is elegant and quit delicate.