Oasis 1 Hotel

19 Lang Ha Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel
Prices starting from $44.00

Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Escorted off the premises

A travel blog entry by dcnandy


... the opening times. I got through. I climbed some steps around the side and worked my way beyond some workmen repairing the marble floor. I was just about to kneel in prayer when an even older chap came up. He clearly held some official role as he had a name badge, written in Vietnamese, and beyond my comprehension. The distance to the limit of my comprehension is, of course, not ...

Tam Biet Hanoi

A travel blog entry by brettandjane


... of rivers and obviously profiting from the tourism trade. Walking the streets and lanes are more westerners than locals, and from what our ears pick up, lots and lots of Australians. Still there remains a rough and relatively peaceful charm to the place. Our resort is about a ten minute walk from the town centre, close enough to walk but far enough away to be quiet.
We walked this afternoon and sat in a cafe on the river to have our ...

A visit from Martin and a lot of walking

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour


... cult figure that he is in the country. At the front of the queue we were ushured in to the air conditioned building (after Dom was told of for having his hands behind his back) and then shuffled past the incredibly well preserved body - it was all a bit surreal. Once we left the mausoleum we had a look around the gardens and saw "Ho Chi Minh's Used Cars" - sadly none of them for sale, as well as the simple peasant house in which he allegedly lived. After the now ubiquitous ...

Day 192 - Hanoi - Water Puppets

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


Early flight this morning to Hanoi, Vietnam's capital in the north of the country. Our lovely hotel in Hoi An gave us some more pressies when we were leaving - love this hotel! Unfortunately Pete's present was another really terrible tie. We landed in Hanoi in thick fog and it's really cold. Couldn't be more different from sweltering Ho Chi Minh in the south. We got to our hotel in Hanoi's Old Quarter and ...

New Years

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy


... through some small back streets. We had a pretty good night out with a long walk home, although it felt worth it having met some great people to make plans with the following night.

The next morning we decided to take in some of the museums in the city, and went to explore. We first visited Hoan Kiem Lake, which is in the centre of the Old Quarter of the City and is a major focal point with a lot of historical importance to the locals. According to the ...

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This hotel, located on 19 Lang Ha Street, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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