Golden Key Hotel Hanoi

Address: 65 Quan Su Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 65 Quan Su Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Night Market.
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Hanoi and the amazing Ha Long Bay

A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Nov 30, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... for a while salivating at the street food stalls while trying not to get hit by motorbikes we stopped at a nice looking place and ordered a few dishes, the stand out dish were the fresh spring rolls (like the summer rolls at viet shack in manchester for anyone that's been) and pork ribs we also tried the stir fried beef noodles... Basically everything, it was all delicious.
After a lazy morning walking round the lake of the restored sword not far ...

Hue, Hanoi & Halong Bay (lots more pics)

A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on Nov 05, 2014

1 comment, 67 photos

... with big bowls of food in the center of the table that you serve yourself from. I've finally gotten the hang of using chopsticks. This is the first country we've been to that used chopsticks. And they use them for everything. In Myanmar they eat with their fingers, in Cambodia they use a fork and a spoon. In Thailand we used chopsticks very few places, mostly knife, fork, & spoon. It's very interesting to me how so much can change just crossing a border. ...

Again in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by dawid on Oct 18, 2014

4 photos

... everywhere, but here it’s more probable. As we are arriving to the place where the bus should be, we see one bus departing at the same time. There is little suspicion it can be our bus, but the driver of minibus tells us that our bus will be here in 30 min, it isn’t. After some 45 min arrives almost full (there can be 3 places if I count also the unofficial standing one), this minibus can’t take ...

And so to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by tripswithnorman on Sep 26, 2014

... multiple bomb craters and bullet holes. It's interesting to think how much more impressive these sights would have been had the Americans not decided that it was OK to do that. We also spent a day on a dragon boat tour, visiting the rather impressive grave sites of some of the royal family. These were not just tombs but whole complexes, with houses, lakes and temples.
Hanoi rounded off our Vietnam experience again after a mildly acceptable night bus. ...

Phnom Penh, Saigon and Hanoi

A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 19, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... total some 3 million out of a population of 8 million Cambodians were killed by the regime during this period). When we got to the Killing Fields we saw only a little orchard with a small lake and a big stupa (a memorial structure, in this case containing the human skulls and other remains of those murdered), and it all just looked so under-stated. But the presentation was extremely sobering and excellently done. With earphones ...