Hanoi Boutique Hotel 2

Address: 32 Dao Duy Tu, Hanoi, 84, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32 Dao Duy Tu, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Japanese Covered Bridge, Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School, and Night Market.
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      Back to Hanoi

      A travel blog entry by happynomads15 on Apr 17, 2015

      2 comments, 4 photos

      We were picked up from Sapa for our six hour mini bus trip back to Hanoi today. After a rather hair raising trip negotiating all the bends down the pass from Sapa at a rather fast speed, we were grateful to have made it to the bottom! The rest of the trip to Hanoi was on a highway which was much less stressful, in fact it turned out to be rather …

      Harry gets excited about his bed

      A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Apr 05, 2015

      ... With a heavy backpack. Through rush hour Hanoi. Possibly the longest two minutes of my life. The receptionist at this second hotel was equally friendly, offering me a lime water immediately. I like it here. People are friendly! I am on the sixth floor (no lift!) in an eight bed dorm, but, but, but my bed is soft. This is a bed. Compared to that plank in Luang Prabang this feels like a wispy cloud woven by angels. I'll sleep well here. Unless there are more hippo ...

      Two days in Hanoi

      A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 06, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... there required the usual white-knuckle street crossings, whose method requires calmly walking straight across the trajectory of countless motorbikes and cars, whose drivers are trying to get where they’re going with a minimum of rules guiding how they achieve that.

      The lake area itself wasn’t swarming with tourists, probably due to the chill and the rain. We’d read that Hanoi’s rainy season starts in March, and the weather ...

      Slumber

      A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jan 31, 2015

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... told to keep moving by multiple guards. We eventually found the entrance right on the opposite side of the site. Much like many other world landmarks these days, you are subject to a metal detector and pat down. In rather unintended humour a sign asks you to leave any weapons you have with the cloak room. The grounds in general were quiet and beautiful, but you'd be forgiven for mistaking the mausoleum for your local multi-story car park. Designed to be one big concrete block of ...

      Scooters, streetfood & Bia Hoi - welcome to Hanoi

      A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Dec 07, 2014

      61 photos

      ... After saying bye (it was planned to meet in HCMC for NYE) I started to walk back to my hotel.
      I was then approached by a guy on a motorbike who asked if I need a lift. I declined, and he was clearly not happy, complaining that no more tourists take motorbike taxis (well mate, this happens if you screw them all the time - information about that spreads). He drove off and waited at the next crossing. I was a bit concerned and turned left the next corner. As I went for a walk earlier I ...