Hoang Ngoc 2 Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoang Ngoc 2 Hotel Hanoi
Hoang Ngoc 2 Hotel has a central location in Hanoi city, is the ideally address for travelers arriving to the ancient capital. Hoang Ngoc Hotel, with enthusiastic staff, has 22 rooms which are all well - equipped to meet guests' demands.
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... all honking their horns and jockeying for position. Its mayhem with no regard for direction or traffic signals. One would think crossing the street as a pedestrian is suicidal, but somehow it just works. You have to keep you’re cool and walk slowly. The traffic somehow adjusts. The sidewalks are plentiful and very wide but mostly occupied by parked scooters. Space that isn’t occupied by scooters, is occupied by locals ...
... out a bit and went to a restaurant on the 12th floor in the hotel opposite ours. We sat outside with excellent views over the lake and the city. We enjoyed a lovely dinner and a bottle of wine and it was nice to be off the hustle and bustle of the street.
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... see the presidential palace on the way, except it was like 4 times as expensive as a taxi and took 5 times as long. Also as we were riding the old man just kept shouting new higher prices which culminated at a price double what we had arranged. I sat in the cyclo shouting at him till we got most of our change back, I then called him a ****** which I hope he understood. We spent the evening checking out the Chau Tran Quoc pagoda and enjoying suset from ...
... an area with giant Louis Vuitton and Versace shops. We thought we could go into the Opera house for a tour, but entry was only with show tickets. Instead we sat at the Highlands Coffee (think Vietnamese Starbucks) in the grounds and had a caramel freeze.
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... at the station and watch as they are shrouded in cardboard and gaffer tape knowing/hoping that a reunion will occur the next morning. We embarked at around 9PM and, after a few not entirely unpleasant swigs of coconut wine, let ourselves be pleasantly lulled to sleep by the soporific clackety-clack of the lumbering diesel train.
I awoke early the next morning with a few hours to Da Nang, our final stop, left to go. I groggily rolled over, trying not to tumble from my ...