We stayed in the family suite for about $100 a night.
Breakfast was clean, wholesome but not a huge selection. Good enough for us - we're not large breakfast eaters.
Front desk staff very helpful and friendly - the shuttle drivers were very accomodating and very good also.
For some reason, there was no early check in available, and we had to carry our own luggage up to the room upon returning. We would have thought for this caliber of hotel, it would have been done for us.
All in all, the hotel is in the old quarter - somewhat of a dingy area, but you forget this once you get up to your room. Sound proof windows - beautiful furnishings. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
It is a bit pricey, but if you want to treat yourself to possibly the best hotel in the old dingy quarter, then this is the place. For the money spent, there may be better places to stay outside of the Old Quarter.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the Old Quarter, the Hanoi Old Quarter Hotel is placed in the area of 36 old streets at the centre of Hanoi Capital. This property is in propinquity to The Museum of Vietnamese Art, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, shops, restaurants and coffee bars. ... more less
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