Rising Dragon Grand Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsRising Dragon Grand Hotel Hanoi
The rooms are nice and include an in-room computer. The staff are friendly and very helpful.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rising Dragon Grand Hotel Hanoi
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... odd scooter and some street side sellers getting prepared for the morning rush. They were setting out their tiny plastic table and chair sets and had their big metal pots steaming ready for the Vietnamese in hunt of their breakfast noodle soup.
We had previously been very lucky with hotel rooms, but this morning ours wasn't ready. As we were dropped our bags a couple checked out so the guy advised us to come back at 10.
David and I set out ...
... sat on the floor with heaps of plates of food. We made some rice paper rolls and then had some duck soup with a water spinach called morning glory. The food was amazing. Then we played some games with Lieu's daughter, i don't know how to spell her name but it sounds kind of like Shannon. After that my friend Minh Anh took me home ...
... were needed and they gave me how many of each size was needed. So today, the director told me how many they could afford - and guess what? We bought the rest - which was over half of what they needed. So $1,150.02 was spent on mattresses for these kids - so now (very suiting day as it is freezing here and some of the kids are lying on cold metal with no heat) - so I got to physically present the director with this money which was 21.7 ...
... to get run over by the millions of mopeds in Hanoi! It is beyond crazy, they stop for nobody here!!! Thursday 2nd and the day began well with a free breakfast! The hostel was really nice, only £5 a night (party central too) and I hope to return soon. In the afternoon, I went on a mini self-guided tour of Hanoi, ending up at the Vietnam Military War museum! It only cost 40,000 Dong (£1.20) to enter and was full of military aircraft, involved in the Vietnam war (photo's will go on ...