We had a cheap room (12$) with:
Fridge, balconny, A/C, TV, double bed AND single bed.
Great shower, was clean, and only some bugs, but if you know cheap hotels, you know it's not a big deal.
Stayed 4 nights, loved the staff even if some didn't speak english, they were helpful (to all english speakers: avoid this place instead of giving bad comments just for the language).
The 2 days/1 night trip to Mai Chau was the cheapest we found with a very nice and friendly guide.
We tried 3 hotels for 12-15$ in Hanoi, and this one was the cheapest and the better.
No breakfast included.
But again, this is vietnam: there is food everywhere (go along the railway tracks) and by the way, there are some nice cafés around.
Would definitely comeback.
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