Omega Hotel

32 Thuoc Bac Str., Hanoi, 00844, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Hong Kong and North Vietnam

A travel blog entry by lisameerkat

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... people up the hill, on the west side of the city, but only after 10am as before then they run in the other direction to bring commuters down that work in the city. A random method of transport and a different way to get around a city and thankfully it's there as the incline is 135 metres and didn't fancy that many stairs. We then took the Peak Tram to the highest point in the city. It's a cliff railway that is used by tourists and locals that live in the ...

Hong Kong, Vietnam and the Lunar New Year

A travel blog entry by sarahstead

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... stools around equally small plastic tables. It's very sociable, if a little uncomfortable but great fun!! During the tour we tried a few different noodle soups (or Pho as it's known), lots of pork (I think it must be cheap), some strange and slimy spring roll type of things, a ice lolly made out of rice (it was strange but not wholly unpleasant) and some sour spring rolls which were a bit like chicken goujons!! It was really interesting and we met some fellow travellers too!! ...

A little dash of fish sauce...

A travel blog entry by aarongrant

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... meet up with our tour group. As for what tonight will bring, we have no idea. Tomorrow we head for Halong Bay. Food log: Breakfast: buffet at hotel Pre-lunch snack: Banh Tet - Sticky rice and bean boiled in banana leaves Lunch: Bun Cha - spring rolls, BBQd pork belly and meat balls, Nuoc Cham Supper: pomelo and prawn salad, spring rolls, prawns in tamarind sauce, cashew chicken in mixed vegetables, braised eggplant in a clay pot, pancakes with chocolate, Hanoi ...

My Thailand to Vietnam transit.

A travel blog entry by broklutze

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... with only 3.5hrs sleep I had motivation to punch out a couple more. Sure enough 2hrs more had been squeezed in. A trio of polish travellers had been on the bus so I tagged along with them to the river crossing/border crossing a few kilometres up the road, finding upon arrival that today was the first day of using the newly constructed bridge and border control facilities... 10km and a hefty transport fee in the opposite direction. In total I'd payed the same to eventually ...

Couple of days in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by lhughes

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... somewhere in the language barrier "all over" turned into "everything" and we ended up with a waffle which had everything on it... mango, banana, powdered sugar, ice cream, squirty cream and chocolate! Nice!  On the way back to the hostel we got into a street fight with a 5 year old trying to do kung fu, he had some pretty good moves!   This morning we were woken up at 5:45am by announcement made through the street speakers! ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 32 Thuoc Bac Str., Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Japanese Covered Bridge, Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien), and Central Market.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Omega Hotel Hanoi

    1.50 of 5 stars Poor