Hong Ngoc Dynastie Hotel
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Today was (again) very hot and busy for us. We were ready to go with all of our belongings by 8 am for yet another bus ride with our not so favorite honking driver. Luckily it was just a short distance to the Citadel. It encompassed the Imperial Enclosure and the Forbidden City. I won't bore you with the details but we were there for almost 2 hours …
Our guide was waiting for us - hooray ! Typical - we were told we didn't need photos for our visas but guess what - we did!!! Luckily, Hien, our guide, sorted this at immigration so we had a rush job done by a lady in uniform $2 per person! then we were on our way- to the tour operators office so we could pay her all the lovely USD we had in our …
Awake early 0600 - as music and the morning new bulletin was broadcast to the whole village!! Fabulous! So got up and went for breakfast - not sure why we bothered to do that either!! Our journey today went via the largest pagoda in Vietnam - to reach this we had to go down the worst roads ever! The pagoda was in fact 3 pagodas up a very steep hill …
Before going back to Hanoi, seven of us decided to see a bit more of Cat Ba Island. We started by seeing yet another set of caves. But these were different. In a sense they were a cross between the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Surprising Caves from yesterday. The caves were used over 40 years ago as one of the main strongholds for the North Vietnamese …
My Ngoc Hotel Sore ass from motorcycle. Wondered if we were going to crash and my fleece was going to melt into my skin. Crossed a river on the bike. Totally random town, missed an offer to marry a local tribal chief. Maybe next time?
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHong Ngoc Dynastie Hotel Hanoi
We enjoyed our stay here the staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was always good
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hong Ngoc Dynastie Hotel Hanoi
Clean, but hard bed.
Spent one night here -- an OK hotel with good location and helpful staff. The bed was pretty hard, and the room smelled liked incense -- but it was clean and serviceable. Breakfast was so-so.
Limpio pero cama muy dura
Pasé una noche aquí - un hotel que está bien con una buena ubicación y un personal servicial. La cama era muy dura y la habitación olía como a incienso pero estaba limpia y servible. El desayuno así,así.
Hong Ngoc no está mal
Sólo pasamos un día de diciembre en el Hong Ngoc y desde luego que dispone de un ascensor junto al comedor. Nos gustó el hotel, que cuenta con acceso gratuito a Internet (aunque lento) y un buen desayuno bufé. Las habitaciones que dan a la fachada son luminosas pero muy ruidosas, con todos esos cláxones de las motocicletas, es mejor que utilices tapones para los oídos, al menos hasta media noche. Las habitaciones de atrás son oscuras y un poco deprimentes, pero todo está limpio y con bonitos cuartos de baño y muebles. El personal siempre está dispuesto a ayudar. No llegué a ver ninguna hormiga.
Hong Ngoc just fine
We just stayed at the Hong Ngoc 1 in December, and it certainly did have an elevator--off of the dining room. We liked the hotel, which had free internet (although slow) and a nice buffet breakfast. The front rooms are light but very noisy with all the motorbike horns--use earplugs, at least until the middle of the night. The back rooms are dark and a little depressing. But all are clean and with nice bathrooms and furniture. The staff is very willing to help. I didn't see any ants.
L'Hong Ngoc va bene
Siamo stati al Hong Ngoc 1 in dicembre e devo dire che l'ascensore c'era... ma era in sala da pranzo. L'hotel ci è piaciuto, internet era gratis, anche se la connessione era lenta, e c'era una bella colazione a buffet. Le camere sul davanti sono piene di luce, ma molto rumorose con tutti quei clacson delle motociclette: dovrete usare i tappi per le orecchie almeno fino a notte inoltrata. Le camere sul retro sono buie e un po' deprimenti. Ma sono tutte pulite e con un bel bagno e dei bei mobili. Il personale è sempre a vostra disposizione. Non ho visto le formiche.
Pulito, ma il letto è duro
Ho passato una notte qui: l'hotel non è male, l'ubicazione è buona e il personale premuroso. Il letto era veramente duro e la camera puzzava d'incenso, ma era pulita e funzionale. La colazione era così così.
Nice and friendly, but lack of elevator
This hotel was very nice, and had an even nicer staff. The hotel is located right in the heart of the French Quarter, and by tons of good restraurants (although the Garden Restaurant next door is no good, so venture out just a bit farther). The pizza place just down the street is wonderful, and has a mean lunch buffet special.... Pepperionis is the name.
As far as the room went, well... the bathroom had tiny ants crawling around, but i didnt see any outside the bathroom. Other than the not so nice bathroom (small shower, no good sink), the room was clean, and had surdy furniture and a nice feel to it. Small beds, though.
Warning to those who hate stairs..... this hotel has no elevator, and has nearly 8 floors. So beware if you plan to stay here, and request a room on a low floor. The stairs get a bit tiring to walk up. But if you dont mind stairs, it does offer a charm to the old style of the hotel.
This hotel has a wonderful buffet breakfast included in the price, as well as free internet. If you dont mind a few ants, stay here.
Très bon hôtel
Nous avons passé quelques jours dans cet hôtel l'été dernier, et il nous laisse un excellent souvenir, le meilleur de tous les hôtels que nous avons connus au Vietnam.
Nous sommes arrivés vers minuit avec deux enfants en bas âge. Nous avions réservé une chambre double, mais le réceptionniste nous a dit que nous serions à l'étroit et nous a proposé très gentiment une suite pour le même prix (environ 45 euros). Elle est spacieuse et très joliment décorée, avec un mobilier chinois tout en bois qui lui donne beaucoup de cachet . L'hôtel est situé au centre ville, et ne nous a pas paru bruyant. Le buffet du petit déjeûner est bon et assez varié, pain, petits gâteaux, fruits et plats locaux. Un ordinateur avec une connexion Internet gratuite est à disposition de tous à l'entrée de l'hôtel. Nous avons tellement apprécié l'accueil et le reste, que nous y sommes retournés en fin de séjour. On nous a réservé cette même suite, et on nous a laissé y prendre une douche le dernier soir, alors même que nous avions déjà quitté la chambre et réglé la note.
Our Vietnam based travel agent booked us into this hotel and could not have been more pleased. Clean, nicely decorated with balcony, spacious room & bath with friendly, helpful staff.
Very Highly Recommended
We stayed at the Hong Ngoc hotel the last few days of our trip to SE Asia and were really taken with the place. It was definitely the best value of any hotel we stayed in during our three week vacation. The huge double room included lovely, classy furniture (even a large round table for room service and writing desk)...all exquisite, esp. for a hotel in this price range. The buffet breakfast, included in the price, was delightful, and in the evenings, the restaurant features live traditional Vietnamese music. There is no such thing as a quiet room in the old city of Ha Noi, perhaps, so don't expect it - but we were on the 5th floor, and it wasn't so bad (as our previous hotel, anyway). And the staff: outstanding! Friendly, gractious, will bend over backwards to insure a good stay.