Hanói May De Ville Backpackers Hostel
1 Hai Tuong Lane 24 Ta Hien str,Hoan Kien District
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Welcome to May De Ville Backpackers - a hostel with all the furnishings of a five star hotel.
Run by westerners, this is your home away from home in Hanoi.
Built in 2011, right in the heart of Hanois Old Quarter, its the perfect base for you to explore this exciting city.
The spacious six bed dorms are clean, comfortable and air conditioned with en suite bathrooms as standard.
We also have very reasonably priced private double, twin or family rooms. All of them are attractively furnished and come with added touches of luxury including big and comfortable beds, LCD televisions and a personal laptop.
A free buffet breakfast is served every morning, and includes a wide selection of pastries, fruit, cold and hot meats, and eggs cooked any style.
Free WiFi on every floor and computers in the lobby to keep you connected with friends and family.
Do Not fancy another night on the town? Staying in at the May De Ville Backpackers is just as fun, with a huge American pool table, darts' board and cinema at your disposal.
Stay safe too, with a 24 hour security guard, as well as security cameras and electronic key access to all the rooms. For your valuables there is a safe in each room, while the dorms have secure lockers.
In every sense you will get a good nights sleep at the May De Ville Backpackers Hostel.
Our reception is open 24 hours.
Bar, cheapest one in town
Free Wifi Internet
Fully Air-conditioned rooms
Lounge area TV & DVD
Clean Toilets & hot/cold shower rooms
Very friendly staff
Luggage storage And laundry service
Luggage storage is available for early arrivals or late departures .
Our friendly hostel staff will help you get the most of your time in Hanoi by answering all your travel questions.
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