Gia Bao Palace Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Gia Bao Palace Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Gia Bao Palace Hotel Hanoi
Travel Blogs from Hanoi
Had a lazy start to the day before heading to the mausoleum where You can see Ho Chi Min, and walking around the lake, and to a park where there is a huge statue of Lenin! In the evening a group of us all went to an indian restaurant which was recommended to is by a staff member at the hostel,which was really ...
... steamy temperature was most welcome.
We then continued on to explore the island, bypassing the National Park, because none of us wanted to do any hiking to see "lots of trees". This was the answer we got when we asked what there was to see in the park. Seriously, it was going to get dark in a couple of hours and we wanted to enjoy our scooters. We pressed on and instead of taking the same road back, we decided to drive along the coastal road. It was ...
... groźne miny nie sprzeciwiał się i grzecznie za wszystko zapłacił.
Kupiliśmy Betty za $305 w Saigonie, a sprzedaliśmy ją za $300! Mieliśmy niesamowite szczęście. Postanowiliśmy uczcić to (prawdopodobnie o jednym za dużo) piwem w Starej Dzielnicy (Old Quarter). Stara dzielnica jest miejscem, gdzie spędzaliśmy większość wieczorów. Jest to wyjątkowy rynek w rodzaju targu, w ...
... hurded everywhere especially to see things that don't really interest me. At the moment I know I'm broken but it's up to me to fix myself and I can't do that by running away. Time to man up. On the overnight train from Hanoi to Hue, managed to get a cabin with Matt and Nicoke and we are watching The Blind Side, train seems better then the last one with far more privacy even if the beds aren't as comfortable. It's going to be a long night ...
... us adding to it of course. When dinner came about me and big Luke said we would go for it, we began boiling water when the stove ran out of gas. This was to be more challenging but for me more fun, cooking dinner on a campfire with everyone around. It was to be similar to lunch but with our special ingredient we had been saving for the last 2 days, 2 tins of shredded pork, wooooo! It was genuinely rather nice if it wasn't for the sand that someone had kicked into the bucket mid ...