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This hostel is very recommended if you have a plan to visit Hanoi. Lady on the front desk, we called her "Ann" is very humle, friendly and make me and my friend feels like we are not a stranger. Thanks for her suggestion for Halong...More
On a friends holiday, mixed ideas on price and type of accommodation but we tried out this place to look at and we all loved it straight away. Friendly welcomes, great wifi, good comfortable rooms and well priced!
The lady at the desk spend time...More
The man at the desk was very friendly and helpful. The place didnt feel the cleanest we'd stayed in, but it was very cheap and in a good area. We only stayed on night because we were moving on but decided to pay a little...More
absolutely excellent location, very clean and spacious room and supernice staff.
the owner helps you organizing trips around Hanoi and gives many good tips where to go and on which trips and places is possible avoid crowds of tourists.
Our staying in Vietnam starts in Little hanoi hostel 2. We stayed here little bit longer because of my friend sickness. So the perfect receptionist May provided for us all information about medicaments and how to spend time in Hanoi till my friend will be...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$17 - US$24 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No elevator. But if you are worry about carrying your luggage up the stair, there will be hostels' stuff waiting to help you. The hostel is a little bit inside of the alley, you can walk to hostel within 1 min, and the car... More
No elevator. But if you are worry about carrying your luggage up the stair, there will be hostels' stuff waiting to help you. The hostel is a little bit inside of the alley, you can walk to hostel within 1 min, and the car can stop in front of the alley.
This is more like a b&b there isn't a common room or kitchen for guests so bumping into other guests is rare. You will met people on the tours to halong bay or sapa. The hanoi hostel will organise those for you and... More
This is more like a b&b there isn't a common room or kitchen for guests so bumping into other guests is rare. You will met people on the tours to halong bay or sapa. The hanoi hostel will organise those for you and they are better value than the ones on the street. The larger hostels would offer a better chance of being people but they seemed to be party hostels so prepare for noise and drunkenness;)
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"I believe there are only two rooms per floor which makes for a nice quite and comfortable stay."