Moevenpick Hotel Hanoi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Hanoi
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.
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... in actual fact we never really found the entrance to. And then headed back to the hotel with a bag of crisps and a bottle of coke for a cheap lunch. It was clear at this point that we're not as good at walking as we were back in Portsmouth, because after that 10km walk we were both rather shattered. We headed up to the room for a little rest, to read and to decide what we should do next. Instead we both ended up falling asleep. It was almost eight o clock by the time we were both ...
... guards in each room it was hard to have a bit of a giggle at the language used.
We also looked for our trip to Halong Bay, the real reason for coming to Hanoi. I had done some reading and there are so many boats which ply the waters it is hard to chose, but the good book had mentioned that Bai Tu Long Bay was quieter than Halong Bay but had the same Karst landscape and Indochina Junk seemed to plow those waters and had very good reviews on Trip Advisor. The ...
... I read that most of the weasel coffee they are selling is fake. I didn't want to get any anyway in case my mum didn't like the thought of eating something which came from poop. So I played it safe and found her some traditional "Trung Nang" coffee beans in sealed a packet.
The next day we got up early so we could quickly do a bit more site seeing before our lunchtime flight. We walked around Ho Hoan ...
... have been stupid) and instead hired the services of a local rickshaw to get us back. If we thought crossing the mad Hanoi roads was crazy, the journey on them at the front of a cycle driven tricycle was truly terrifying! Having survived the rickshaw experience, we met up with our day room partners and got ourselves washed and refreshed, repacking before we went for the Reunification Express, the sleeper train to cover the 500km from Hanoi to Hué. ...
... Well that wasn't fun, but I could handle it. He speaks with Bac Hoang and Cindy, confirming what he suspected in the X-ray. Of course, I'm sitting there clueless as to what he's saying and what's going to happen next. Ong Cu then turns to his son, who is also his student and assistant, and tells him to go do something to me. So he walks up and places his thumbs in the same area as his dad did before. Expecting round 2, I ...