Royal Palace Hotel Hanoi
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Palace Hotel Hanoi
Good neighbourhood, great service, nice interiors. Dirty carpet in our room.
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We ate breakfast with mixed emotions. It was time to leave Hoi An. We loved Hoi an, it was beautiful, we were relaxing, we had made peace with the pillows as comfortable as Christmas orange boxes and most importantly we were eating without any challenges.
I had one disappointment with Hoi an. I had heard it was a mecca for tailors and …
... served with creamy mash, yum! After dinner we went back to the mojitos bar to........... Claim our free mojitos as we had backed Germany to win the game which they did:) Happily the manager really was true to his word and we enjoyed the delicious free mojitos and bought a second cocktail each. I had a signature cocktail which was really different and scrumptious and was designed by the manager himself Mr Pham Tien Tiep who actually is rated as the 70th best ...
... of orange at the top to black at the bottom and worst of all the shower head didn't have a connection to the wall, so you had to shower one handed whilst holding the shower above you or have a shower buddy. To put it bluntly we were not happy and proceeded to complain to the hotel management. They offered us a free upgrade to another 'slightly nicer' room. It was in exactly the same condition, although the shower was attached to the wall this time. We still ...
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... pick you up. This stretched our two hour journey into three hours as they kept stopping to try and coax people on, but we did also stop for the guy hanging out the bus to have several cigarettes, and to tickle a baby. It was reassuring to see that the locals get just as annoyed with someone trying to sell them something as tourists do when they get badgered to buy sunglasses/ clothes/ anything else they think you might buy. We had been advised by two hostels to ...