You have to be kidding if you think you want to stay in the Old Quarter. Aim for the Sheraton instead then walk surrounding streets by West Lake (Ho Tay) until you find the hotel you like. Good restaurants, bars, street food and nice hotel rooms in the $40 range. Au Co Hotel deluxe room had a deep bathtub. Dragon Hotel is Chinese motif but I went for Wild Lotus room 101 decor and view of water lillies. 4 nights. No regrets. One desk clerk went on street bus 31 with me to buy a bus ticket to Nanning, China ($35 Kim Travel Hang Bac St--valuable info) in the confusing Old Quarter. So beyond the Call of Duty òf him. Xiaou Dieu St. has St Honore French Cafe, Vietnamese cafe with a choice of veggies and meats you can pick from, in other direction a gyros stand and morning market. Let your know-it-all kids stay in the Old Quarter. You want this area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the center of Hanoi Old Quarter with five floors containing 12 rooms designed and built with high architectural standards. It is among the Hanoi Old Quarter's top ten hotels, and has an excellent view of Hanoi. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with wood furnitures in classical style, IDD telephones, satellite TV, mini-bar, bathroom with bath-tub & hair dryers. ADSL internet access is free for guests staying in the hotel. Our friendly staff at travel desk will be at your service to help you in any travel arrangement. ... more less
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