Asean International Hotel Hanoi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsean International Hotel Hanoi
Outstanding hotel. Great service. Beautiful location at the big lake. It is not very authentic, feels more like a big business hotel, but the benefit of this is having all the experience and service of a truly 5 star hotel.
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... br> As we went on we crossed the bridge into the city of Hanoi and wow – busy doesn’t even cover it! Hanoi is the capital and a city of 7million. As you can imagine, the noise and bustle is incredible. There are very few road rules but interestingly it really works. Off to our hotel called the MGallery L’Opera Hotel – originally part of the French ‘occupation’. On settling in we met up with our Buffalo liaison and confirmed our ...
... of education, as we walked around today many current students filled the courtyards. Young school children were running about as part of an excursion. There were also many graduating students in their traditional white gowns posing for photos on the grounds. Students are very proud of their education and go to various locations to have their graduation photos taken. Even though their graduation is not until later ...
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After unpacking and a quick lie down I chatted the concierge about ATM’s. He produced a town map with highlights that showed the locations of common points-of-interest.
It was after stuffing my wallet with a couple of million my lips reminded me of bia hoi – I gotta find it, somehow, somewhere…after all, it was a Friday afternoon!
Call it luck, call it inevitability, I strolled past 2 guys sitting on ½ size plastic ...
... discovered a whole other world of street food eateries with lots of atmosphere, pleasantly busy with locals & tourists all squatting on the low plastic stools to eat & drink. We really love this part of Hanoi - so relaxed but lively, great atmosphere & no hassles. For dinner we treated ourselves to a four course meal at The Green Tangerine - a French Vietnamese fusion ...
We arrived in Hanoi early evening and were met by a man with a sign for 'Emma Corderey and Sophie Adam' who didn't even say hello, just turned and walked off and we were expected to follow! On the journey he called someone before handing Emma the phone, we felt like secret agents! It turned out to be Que, our project leader telling us that we would have a proper welcome in the morning and we were currently being taken to the volunteer house. ...