- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsVesna Hotel Hanoi
Warm and friendly staff, who are very keen to make a good impression.
Hotel is clean and room was more like a suite. Breakfast a little disappointing.
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Today we explored Hanoi. In this hostel we get free breakfast with a choice of eggs and toast or pho (noodle soup). I went for eggs for the first day! They also have a strawberry tea with some sort of sweet cream, I had about 6 cups it's that good. We then ventured out into the city looking at some of the shops and then we walked to the Hoan Kien lake. There was a temple on the lake which we walked ...
... wine for the first time for Kerry. It was so nice to taste some good wine, as it's very expensive over here and the local stuff is awful. It was a lovely evening despite the circumstances and finished with a spot of shopping around the old quarter and a cocktail in a roof top bar over looking the busy traffic streets in Hanoi. Still no confirmation on the outcome we go to sleep hoping that tomorrow will be a better day filled with some ...
... the corner. The roads are.absolutely crazy here. Not only do they all look the same, but you are dancing with death just trying to get across the sea of mopeds and taxis. Luckily we have some practice from Thailand. We hastened to bed after some local cuisine. I was not prepared for the rubbish air con here and probably slept all of 1 hour all night, however, we got up to book our Halong Bay tour and onward train south. What else is crazy here is the money. ...
... gate, the key I was given on moving in was "bent but usually worked", after 5 minutes of fiddling the key snapped. Without a spare I was forced to wake our building manager, who considering the circumstances was very nice when letting me in. She said "lucky it didn't break inside the lock"..... Next day I wake up early and rough, had to go and get a key cut before everyone went to work. I got 2 for safety. I got home with a bunch of hangover food ready to eat and ...
... body. You can enter the mausoleum to view the body, but photography is strictly prohibited. West lake was my next destination. This is a fresh water lake and with a circumfrance of over 17 km, it's the largest of its kind in Hanoi, which is home to many lakes. The lake is partitioned by the Thanh Nien road to make a much smaller second lake, called Truc Bach. Along this road, is Tran Quoc Pagoda. It's an impressive pagoda and grounds made even more striking because of its setting ...