I stayed this hotel around one month and i didnt much enjoy my stay there. The Gym is too small to work out, there is limited abilities to train, just one running machine and bicycle. Food was a bit limited too, kinda got bored eating same stuff all over and over. Many times i had problem with my WIFI connection and i was struggling to work there. Some days i just had to go to coffee shop to work. Hotel service was average. Hotel employees didnt talk much. Actually i expected more from this Hilton hotel but hopefully it will get better in future.
Around the place has many coffee shops to go. Opposite of the hotel there is 2 floor tea shop. What is really good one. They served many different types Chinese and Vietnamese teas. Many nights i just went there to enjoy those good flavors :) if you stay in that hotel then you have to try that place for sure. Also opposite of the street corner had outdoor food place like everywhere in Hanoi. The food was good and delicious, i didnt get any problem while eating there. Dont be afraid how it looks like, because it tastes so good!
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