Thang Loi Hotel

Address: Yen Phu Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on Yen Phu Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Japanese Covered Bridge, Presidential Palace, and West Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Apr 07, 2015

    8 photos

    ... shop district and a very swish shopping centre (with very nice toilets which is a bonus moment when travelling), which is no cheaper than home and on the border of the Old Quarter and the French Quarter.
    The visual difference between the two quarters is instantly significant. In the French Quarter there is definitely a strong influence in the architecture, and the streets are probably about three times wider than those in the Old Quarter.
    While in ...

    ...LOVED Hanoi.....a Far Cry from CRAZY Saigon...

    A travel blog entry by joanknab on Feb 28, 2015

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... Suites, so I grabbed it!

    We arrived in Hanoi, checked in at this little hotel in Old Town Hanoi and were shown to our really pretty little room with a huge picture window. Score! So, they left us alone, closed the door behind them, and I opened the drapes to take in the lovely view... a solid cement wall that was literally six inches from our window – not even nice brick work or wood – just basically it looked like a vertical parking lot ...

    Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Feb 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... carrying a framed landscape picture which must have been at least 6 foot by 4. The driver had absolutely no vision on his right hand side! All along the side of the road before we got to the City we saw farmers working the rice fields, bent double planting the new crops in the flooded fields. Strangely there were also many cemeteries in amongst the rice fields at the side of the road and our guide told us that it's the custom to bury the farmers close ...

    Hectic Hanoi - A Tour of the City

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Dec 22, 2014

    40 photos

    ... collect the balance of our payment. I then was whisked away for a massage appointment, which was heaven after such a full day of touring.

    It was quite late by the time the massage finished, and after wandering around the block looking for a restaurant and not finding one (our hotel wasn't in a food or restaurant area), I opted for a quick meal at my hotel's rooftop restaurant. Nothing memorable, but it filled a spot. Off to bed in my very comfy bed.
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    Scooters, streetfood & Bia Hoi - welcome to Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Dec 07, 2014

    61 photos

    ... with all the stalls, and ended up in one of the streets with restaurants and bars. But instead to head one of the restaurants, I took a seat at a little street food stall. I saw only locals here, so for me this was a sign that the food must be good. He stall offered mainly small snack, but thankfully they had Banh Goi, so I had two of them. This was followed by Banh Trang Chien (Gridle Cake). It is a little pancake, and they put a mix of minced pork, onions, sweetcorn and egg on it, and ...