Anise Hotel

Address: 22 Quan Thanh street, Hanoi, 10000, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 22 Quan Thanh street, Hanoi, is near Japanese Covered Bridge, Presidential Palace, Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School, and Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAnise Hotel Hanoi

    Reviewed by debsporter

    First day in Hanoi

    Reviewed Mar 14, 2015
    by (2 reviews) Letchworth , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Well I have never got up at 5am but I did today .. Amazing what time the city of Hanoi wakes up !! Lots going on from tai chi classes , Zumba in the park and badminton. Our cyclo drivers were fab .. Peddling me around for a couple of hours means they must be fit plus they were half the size of me !! Breakfast was beef noodle soup at one of hanois famous breakfast stops .. Going to look around the old quarter this afternoon and the sun has finally appeared ! Xx

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Anise Hotel Hanoi

    Beautiful Hotel, Nice Service

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    Rooms were not spacious, but were nicely decorated and like what were shown online. Breakfast were very good (no Vietnamese dishes though - only Pho, but not every day), different choices and plenty. Service was excellent given the fact that they newly opened. We felt welcomed and the people are genuine there. Would definitely recommend to anyone.

    Hotel bellissimo, servizio cordiale

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    Le camere non sono spaziose, ma ben arredate e uguali a quelle che mostrano su internet. La colazione è ottima (ma niente piatti vietnamiti, solo Pho e neanche tutti i giorni), abbondante e con molta scelta. Il servizio è eccellente considerato che hanno appena aperto. Ci siamo sentiti a nostro agio e al personale sembrava veramente importare il nostro benessere. Consigliamo quest'albergo a chiunque.

    Schönes Hotel, guter Service

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    Die Zimmer waren nicht geräumig, aber schön gestaltet und so, wie es im Internet gezeigt wurde. Das Frühstück war sehr gut (jedoch keine vietnamesischen Gerichte - nur Pho, aber nicht jeden Tag), eine große und reichliche Auswahl. Der Service war ausgezeichnet angesichts der Tatsache, dass sie neu eröffnet hatten. Wir fühlten uns willkommen, und die Menschen dort sind einzigartig. Kann es jedem nur empfehlen.

    Sehr schönes, modernes Hotel

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    Ein sehr schönes, modernes Hotel, das direkt im Norden von Hanois Altstadt liegt, 10 Gehminuten vom See entfernt. Die Hotelzimmer sind sehr modern und sauber, und wenn Sie dem Lärm von Hanoi entkommen wollen, ist das Hotel sehr ruhig. Das Hotel hat ein gutes Businesscenter mit kostenfreiem Internet und ein nagelneues Fitnesscenter.

    Unsere Klimaanlage ging kaputt, aber sie haben uns problemlos in einem andern Zimmer untergebracht. Trotz der Unannehmlichkeit haben sie darauf bestanden, die neue Gästeobstschale ins zweite Zimmer zurückzubringen. Ansonsten war alles andere jedoch in Ordnung.

    Very Nice Modern Hotel

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    A very nice modern hotel located just to the North of Hanoi's old town, a 10 minute walk from the lake.

    The hotel rooms are very modern and clean and if you want to get away from the noise of Hanoi, the hotel is very quiet. The hotel has a good business center with free internet and a brand new gym.

    Our air conditioning did break down but they moved us to another room without hassle. Despite the inconvenience they did insist on taking back the new guest fruit bowl in the second room. Other than that though everything else was fine.

    Un hôtel tout neuf, moderne et personnalisé

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    On y a dormi deux nuits avant de partir dans les montagnes de Sapa.

    C'est un hôtel tout neuf, situé juste au nord de la vieille ville d'Hanoi. Bien que dans une rue bruyante, il est super bien situé, avec tous les magasins et restaurants à proximité. Il y a même un petit parc en face de l'hôtel où l'on peut voir les gens du coin faire leur exercice matin et soir.

    Hôtel personnalisé à la décoration moderne. Le personnel était empressé, bien que le niveau d'anglais variait d'un employé à l'autre. L'hôtel a un service de sécurité 24h/24 et l'entrée est au premier étage.

    Le bar-restaurant du 11ème a une belle vue et sert de bons petits déjeuners.

    Pour l'instant, il n'y a pas eu encore beaucoup de clients dans cet hôtel, donc vous avez des chances d'étrenner un de leurs lits.

    Un excellent rapport qualité/prix et vivement recommandé.

    J'y retournerais à l'instant même si je pouvais.

    Une super trouvaille à Hanoi

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    Après une nuit horrible dans un autre hôtel, nous avons découvert cet hôtel ravissant, situé dans un excellent quartier, juste au nord de la vieille ville d'Hanoi. C'est un hôtel tout neuf, qui a ouvert en mars 2007.

    La réception et les chambres ont une belle décoration moderne aux lignes pures, avec des sols recouverts de plancher, du rotin, des meubles laqués noir et des draps blancs et propres. Tout l'hôtel est d'une propreté impeccable et le personnel est aimable et serviable.

    La chambre est équipée d'un téléviseur à écran plat avec le câble, d'un minibar, d'un coffre-fort, et de l'accès gratuit à internet. Ils ont aussi des ordinateurs avec internet en libre accès à la réception.

    Le petit déjeuner, servi au café du dernier étage (il y a un ascenseur), est délicieux. Là aussi la décoration est très belle et on a une vue magnifique sur la ville.

    La nourriture est très bonne, ce n'est pas un buffet mais de bons petits plats délicieux et appétissants pour le petit déjeuner.

    C'est un excellent quartier. Avec tout à proximité, on peut facilement aller à pied à la plupart des sites (ce qu'on a fait avec nos deux filles de 9 et 13 ans), et des tas de bons cafés et magasins dans le coin. Cela ressemble à un quartier en vogue de Paris ou de New York.

    Globalement, c'est une excellente trouvaille, surtout à 37 € la nuit. Nous le recommandons vivement et y retournerons nous aussi à l'occasion.

    Guter Tip in Hanoi

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    Nach einer schrecklichen Nacht in einem anderen Hotel haben wir dieses bezaubernde Haus im alten Viertel von Hanoi in toller Nachbarschaft gefunden. Ein brandneues Hotel, erst im März 07 eröffnet. Die Lobby, Zimmer etc., sind modern und schön eingerichtet, sauber und mit viel Holz, Rattan und schwarzen Möbeln mit weißen Textilien ausgestattet. Das Haus ist unvergleichlich und die Angestellten sehr nett und freundlich. Das Zimmer war mit TFT und Kabelfernsehen ausgestattet, hatte eine Minibar, Safe und eine kostenlose Internetverbindung für Labtops. Kostenlos nutzbare Computer finden man unten. Das Frühstück wird im Cafe im obersten Stockwerk serviert und ist sehr gut (ja, es gibt einen Aufzug). Wunderschön eingerichtet mit tollem Ausblick. Das Essen ist super. Kein Buffet, aber ein nettes kleines Menu mit leckeren Speisen. Die Nachbarschaft ist erstklassig. Sehr nahe am Geschehen und man kann zu den meisten Sehenswürdigkeiten laufen (wir waren mit unseren 9 und 13 Jahre alten Töchtern unterwegs). In der Nähe gibt es jede Menge Cafés, Shops und Restaurants. Scheint wie ein zweites Paris oder New York zu werden. Alles in allem eine tolle Entdeckung, besonders für $50/Nacht. Sehr empfehlenswert und wir würden in jedem Fall wiederkommen.

    Brand new, modern, boutique-style hotel

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    Stayed here for two nights before leaving for the mountains of Sapa. Hotel is brand new and located just north of Hanoi's Old Quarter. Although on a busy street, it's a great location close to lots of shopping and restaurants. There's even a small park across from the hotel where you can watch the locals do exercise in the morning and evening.

    Modern decor in a boutique-style hotel setting. Staff was very eager to please, although English proficiency varied amongst the staff. Hotel has 24 hour security and entrance is one floor above street level. 11th floor cafe/restaurant has lovely views and good breakfasts.

    Not many guests have stayed here yet, so you may even be the first to sleep in one of the beds. Excellent value and highly recommended. Would stay again in a heartbeat.

    Great Find in Hanoi

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    After a horrible night at another hotel, we found this delightful place in a great neighborhood just north of the Old Quarter in Hanoi. The hotel is brand new, opened in March 2007. The lobby, and rooms are decorated in lovely contemporay, clean lines with wood floors, rattan and black laquer furniture and clean white linens. The place is immaculate and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The room is equipped with a flat screen tv with cable, a mini bar, safe, and free internet connection for lap tops. They also have free internet computers downstairs.

    Breakfast is in a wonderful top floor cafe (yes, there is an elevator) --also beautifully decorated with fabulous views of the city. The food is great. Not a buffet, but a nice little menu with delicious and appealing dishes for breakfast.

    The neighborhood is excellent. Very close to all of the action--easily walkable to most sites (we did so with our 9 and 13 year old daughters) with lots of nice cafes and shops in the neighborhood. It seems like a up and coming Paris or New York neighborhood.

    Overall--and excellent find, especially at around $50/night. We highly recommend it and would definitely come back ourselves,

    TripAdvisor Reviews Anise Hotel Hanoi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    5am start in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by debsporter on Mar 14, 2015

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    Never seen this time of the morning before !! Amazing what time Hanoi wakes up .. Lots going on from tai chi or Zumba or badminton in the park !! Our cyclo drivers did well to peddle me around for a couple of hours .. Ha ha .. And they were only half the size of me ...the morning finished with a bowl of beef noodle soup at one of hanois many breakfast places .. Xx

    Travelling north to cooler Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by suecl on Apr 06, 2015

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    Cen picked us up as planned. He proved his worth as Pat's suitcase trundled off with no destination sticker on it. Cen and the check in girl managed to catch it before it disappeared forever into the bowels of the airport!! We bade him farewell and wished him a boy when his new baby arrives at the end of the month.
    Hanoi proved to be cooler …

    Bia hoi in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by sheath27 on May 12, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... Hanoi guesthouse is smack bang in the middle of the Old Quarter madness. The boys suffered a bit of sensory overload I think :-) our rooms are massive but you would expect that for the exorbitant price of $24 per night with breakfast ;-)
    We wandered around for hours looking for lunch marveling at the craziness and sweating like pigs before we stopped at a little local kitchen in a lane way. Nobody spoke English there so ...