Hanoi Royal Lotus Hotel

5 Luong Ngoc Quyen, Hanoi, 0084, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi


A travel blog entry by jessiepoo

... exploring Hanoi, visiting museums and chilling out! we went to see Ho Chi Mins body, that was odd - you walked round it and he looked like he was from madam tussads, he is sent to Russia for 3 months of the year to help preserve his body! Ho Chi Min was a political leader in Vietnam during the Vietnam war! he died shortly before the Americans got involved and he fought again communism (we think, we keep getting muddled over this war and keep hearing conflicting thing - ...

Hong Kong, Vietnam and the Lunar New Year

A travel blog entry by sarahstead


... the new year and people give each other food parcels. The main difference that is quite obvious is that the Vietnamese people love to have a drink!!! It's sold everywhere by the crate and in fridges as if it's water!!! The cheapest is about 14p! They make their own beer and vodka in Hanoi, let's just say it's interesting! We visited a couple of temples and strolled around the markets. The key with the markets seems to be to start early as after we stopped at a street cafe for ...

A little dash of fish sauce...

A travel blog entry by aarongrant


... Hanoi during the day. Crossing the street is like parting the sea, a sea made primarily of scooters which bob and weave around you as you slowly make your way across the street. We took in the sights in the lake district, most impressive of which being the beautiful gardens and a giant red pagoda. We arrived at our cooking class slightly ahead of schedule and once the other two students arrived, took off on a market tour. Fresh is the word in Vietnam. All ...

Back in crazy Hanoi

A travel blog entry by hawkins-kennedy


... day and a few in between! Boyd and I got up early again today for a walk (or in Boyd's case, run) round the lake. We really needed it after up to 8 course meals on the boat - Jen's I was even turning down prawns! Yes, Paige, you were still sleeping. Then off for a bit of culture at the Women's Museum, really good museum showing the role of women in Vietnamese history, very interesting, especially ...

Couple of days in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by lhughes


... 160;room with its own balcony!  We then spent the day exploring the old city, looking around the lake (trying to spot the 200kg turtles which live there) having a look at the temple on the lake and drinking local vietnamese coffee. Randomly Josh got stopped 3 times by different locals who had noticed the front rubber bit of his trainer was coming off, they all pulled out super glue and started trying to fix his shoe ...


This hotel, located on 5 Luong Ngoc Quyen, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Japanese Covered Bridge, Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School, and Night Market.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hanoi Royal Lotus Hotel

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding