Maison D'Hanoi Hanova Hotel
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Upon arrival it was like arriving into any other city in Asia we have so far been too.Crowded with motobikes and cars everywhere. It isnt until you start meeting the locals and explore via foot that you really start to love and appriciate this beautiful city.
Staying centrally near the Old Quarter was a great idea. We were close to …
Decourchelle stayed here on Jan 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Josiane Eliane Marie-Christine Alain Dominique JM's Great Adventure.
On est bien arrives mais on est un peu décales de 6 heures. Donc on mange sucré et salé sans savoir si c'est le petit déjeuner ou le déjeuner. Sieste avant de faire notre première visite de Hanoi.
... br> After attempting in vain to finish roasting the peanuts by the time my curry was made, we just decided to sit down to eat anyway.
The reactions weren't immediately positive... Phuong suggested the pieces should be deep fried (mine is only lightly fried to seal in the marinade before being added to the curry), with more root vegetables. So more like a standard curry you'd get in a Vietnamese restaurant. Bom said he liked it a lot but it was a bit spicy for him (it wasn't ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison D'Hanoi Hanova Hotel
Beautiful hotel in a fanastic location.
From the moment you walk in to this boutique hotel you greeted by the friendly staff!
The location of the hotel is fanstic to just wander around, close to lots of restaurants and shopping.
The rooms are beautiful, with a traditional japanese/vietnamese feel and the beds are very comfty
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