Hanoi Sans Souci Hotel
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Na, I think it's just old and under new managment. Brown water from the hot tap in the sink, building site next door (quite literally) and propaganda for an alarm call!
Lotus1 stayed here on May 25, 2009 during their trip titled: My year of adventures.
I arrived in Hanoi on Sun afternoon and was immediately exposed to the vibrancy of the city. I also discovered how many foreigners are staying in the Old Quarter area because they are everwhere with their backpacks, guide books and shorts. This city is full of motorbikes! I would say there are probably some 30:1 to 40:1 ratio of motorbikes to cars …
... knew of them. What are the chances. Knowing that the other backpackers on the plane were probably going to be staying in the same hostel we approached the only other three backpackers and it turns out they were indeed staying there. So the two Canadian girls, two Scottish guys (the first Scottish backpackers I have met) and another guy from Amsterdam split the fare of a taxi to the hostel. The taxi there was an experience in itself.. by the 40 ...
... an air filled space between them to provide shock resistance, and a complex ventilation system to ensure breathable air. The lay out is several very long narrow hallways, the purpose of which was twofold: 1) provide maximum support for the roof, and 2) keep too many people from being near one another to prevent spread of panic.
Our guide, who was a teenager in Hanoi at the time, became ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services