Wild Lotus Hotel
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Wild Lotus Hotel from our 8 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... ever and needed to get a few places pre-booked as we're heading into peak holiday season. Literally HOURS later, we managed to get a hostel booked for Singapore Sunday night (River city inn / rated top on trip advisor although means sharing a room with 26 other people!), and a couple of nights at Kubu Kauh in Legian in Bali. Feeling as though we'd achieved something, we headed out to see a few sights - Ho Chi Min mausoleum (a ...
... again, we went to the Hoa Lo Prison know as the Hanoi Hilton which is the old Jail that housed all of the political prisoners and American soldiers that were caught during the war in Hanoi. We walked to the Opera house and sat in the beer garden for a cold one (first for the day), we went back to the Hoan Kiem lake (Lake of the Restored Sword crossed over the Red bridge to the Ngoc Son Temple By now we are getting hungry again. ...
... be regarded as a water-color, a work of art. Ha Long’s sea is always the same, blue, smooth and still.
Over 100 years ago, the French Journalist John Rey praised Ha Long:
"In the brilliant light of the tropical sun, the sea surface, dark and light, here and there in the shadow of limestone mountains, is really an indescribable, fanciful scene. Sunset looks like a flaring fire, throwing all the islands into a fairyland"
... We had 40 cyclos booked for an hour, check out the photo.
By mid afternoon we had had enough and returned to the hotel. We did not go on to visit the Hanoi prison where US POWS were kept in the war.
Now sitting in Hanoi airport waiting on a flight to Singapore. We have really enjoyed our time in Vietnam and being with the Wagga Wagga tour. Michele will be back next year to shop.
... ballroom dancers, badminton matches, a soccer game, and lots of individuals doing their own stretches and calisthenics. We walked all around the lake, and I joined in some aerobics, Thai chi, and dancing. The aerobics were a real hoot as the music was the American folk song "Oh, Susanna!" to a techno beat. I've read that the park is nearly empty by 7:30, but we didn't wait to see. We were hungry and thirsty and headed back to our hotel watching the empty streets fill ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center