Moevenpick Hotel Hanoi

Address: 83A Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 83A Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Night Market.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Hanoi

      Reviewed by smrsjohnson


      Reviewed Mar 15, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      This lovely business class hotel is in the heart of the French quarter and within walking distance of the Old Quarter. It hosts clean, spacious rooms with a great walk in shower. Complimentary breakfast is delicious. Staff is very friendly.

      My two complaints are that wireless service in the rooms is $$$, and the hotel allows smoking in the lobby.

      It's a great value play.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Moevenpick Hotel Hanoi

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Hanoi

      And so it begins...

      A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Oct 02, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... we filled outselves up on Lipton tea, bread and bananas (we figured they'd be safe as they come in skins).

      Ventured out after breakfast and practised our crossing the road skills, something that goes against all natural instincts- moving into a stampede of oncoming motorbikes is scary. You just have to be confident and remember the golden rule- never ever step back!

      Walked around Hoan Kiem Lake in the center of Hanoi's Old ...

      Lola (part 3)

      A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Feb 25, 2014


      So this is the concluding part to the adventures across Vietnam. Its a bit longer than the others but as Kit has written it's entertaining throughout. For the last time (normal rubbish me blogging will restart afterwards) over to Kit:

      Nha Trang – Hoi An – 538km/335mi

      A few nights before this leg we had realised that, unless we rode every other day and gave over virtually no time to seeing the sights (or our two non-biking travelling companions), we ...

      Only one crash!

      A travel blog entry by tom-rw on Feb 22, 2014

      ... heading back to the hostel for a very late lunch. Maybe Hanoi wasn't the place to learn to ride a bike but actually, it couldn't have turned out better. The first hour was scary, the crash was a reality check but nothing was damaged and nobody had more than a scratch and the rest of the day was awesome! We are now on another night bus to Sapa, home of the rice paddies, where we intend to spend just the day, before catching another night bus to Laos. (That we don't even know ...

      BLOG 8 ...Vietnam.. The last Chapter

      A travel blog entry by stephthetwin on Jan 27, 2014

      60 photos

      ... in to their home for tea and a chat.. We all sat in this very empty sparse concrete box chatting but half hour later... Still no tea. Ha. It was slightly awkward because we were all knackered from our big walk, they wanted to meet for dinner so politely we agreed but took a number so we could call them later to say yay or nay. They had the most AWSOME bird in a cage that looked very ordinary but then it slid its neck back, puffed all its feathers out, then starting busting out ...

      Hanoi's craziness before Tet

      A travel blog entry by beoms on Jan 26, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... Vietnam. Cette année il tombe le 31 Janvier mais ils commence déjà à tous préparer au moins une semaine à l'avance. Ce qui veut dire que la ville et dans un état d’effervescence assez ahurissant et tous les prix augmentent. A Hanoi, on peut voir un grand nombre de mandarinier et de pêcher se balader sur des scooters. (Ces deux arbres sont un peu comme notre arbre de Noël). C'est génial pour faire des photos! Les gens vont aussi beaucoup dans les temples et pagode ...