Queen of Heart Hotel

Address: 65 Nguyen Huu Huan St, Old Quarter, Hanoi, 1000, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 65 Nguyen Huu Huan St, Old Quarter, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Japanese Covered Bridge, Presidential Palace, and West Lake.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Queen of Heart Hotel Hanoi

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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Monkey Island, and Last day in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 08, 2015

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... followed. I really appreciate that. They didn't have to, and it would have been really awkward to have dinner alone in that setting. Preditably, at 8:30 they headed off to "sleep". I kept reading until 11:30 and drank three beers. I had added another component to the plan. Get to bed drunk, so I don't notice anything :) Monkey Island, by the way, was simply beautiful. Its a small island, with a tiny beach. The resort is the only thing on the island, and ...

Motorbikes, buses and boats

A travel blog entry by bex-edd on Feb 01, 2015

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... Vietnam a little bit as time is ticking for us to get to Singapore for mid March.

I have to say, Vietnam's capital came as a bit of a shock after lovely lazy Luang Prabang! The flight and transfers were so quick and we suddenly found ourselves in the middle of the Old Quarter surrounded by huge buildings and millions of people - the most incredible sounds, sights and smells absolutely everywhere. I have never seen so many motorbikes in my entire life and they all ...

Now, where is the quiet coach?

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 22, 2014

24 photos

... seem to like noise, if they are not talking loudly to each other and this is normally to their travel buddy who is also involved in the game of musical chairs then they were on their mobile phones, presumably shouting the equivalent of "I am on the train, can you hear me?" Yes we can!

This section of route however probably has some of the best scenery with the train climbing out of Danang, skirting the coast on tight curves at fairly low speed. We were unfortunately ...

Traffic zigzagging in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by amelm on Nov 17, 2014

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... lads. It's fair to say that nobody wins in drinking Poker! We then left for a club, where I met Canadians ironically singing We love you Harper ! We danced a lot and had a blast again!  During the last day, we made arrangements to visit Phong Nha. We walked around the city to visit Ho Chi Minh's Mauseoleum and museum. After a 3 hour walk, we went for dinner and got back to our hostel. Monday night was beer Pong night, so I decided to join in with a british guy I ...

Good Morning Vietnam!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Oct 15, 2014

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... here. For the price of a hostel, we can stay in a plush hotel; a filling meal is only a few pounds (that's about one million Dong!) and the refreshing local Hanoi beer is only pennies. With only a pound in your pocket, you could easily have a few too many and accidentally stumble into one of the many Karaoke bars and end up singing Gangnam Style - well it's one of the ...