Cosiana Hotel Hanoi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Babysitting service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Channel One Russia
TripAdvisor Reviews Cosiana Hotel Hanoi
Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... pool and Bamboo Bar we just enjoyed. Located beneath the former central courtyard of our French Colonial hotel, the bomb shelter was designed to shelter staff and guests during the Vietnam War. The locals call it the American War, not out of hatred or anything like that… it just makes no sense to call the Vietnam War when you are in country – Vietnam has been the site of conflict for centuries. ...
... then pass through the caves into the rings. Well, after the kayaking was done, I had a decently long conversation with Long. He was asking a lot of questions, and telling me about Vietnamese culture as well. The biggest problem with communicating with the Vietnamese is that even the young do not speak English very well. I am being very generous with the term "very well". Anyway, Long is better than others, so we were discussing how the Vietnamese culture was very ...
... decided that 9.30 was ceiling cleaning time. Shortly afterwards a man exited the bathroom wearing only a small towel demanding that the guests and the cleaners all leave the room on the grounds that he was 'super naked'. We all insisted that he desist from being a 'super idiot' and get dressed in the 'super bathroom'.
After breakfast in my wonderful little hostel I began another day competing with Tannoy Hanoi. I imagined it to be like ...
... cleanliness, reviews etc. Ian did most of this survey stuff because he's the free-est of all. Heh. It was quite difficult to find a hotel that we all like because we really want to get a ...
Saturday was my birthday, and as most of the other volunteers had ****** off on a weekend trip without me, I was at a loss. Then it turned out my students had organised a camping trip as a leaving party for Asia, a long term volunteer I had been working with, so I tagged along. It was a campsite around 20 minutes outside Hanoi, surrounded by sunflowers and fields, it was perfect, except it was absolutely freezing. We got a fire going and everyone was happy, so ...