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1. Posted by Jayoz (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

We are looking for a good place to stay for our coming holiday next month in Hanoi, Vietnam. Please give me some suggestion which suite for a young couple with a fair pocket. It will be our first time in Vietnam, so we want to make sure everything will be alright over there.:)

2. Posted by justinader (Inactive 1 posts) 5y

Hi fellow, I would love to share with you my great experience from our trip. We just visited Vietnam couple of weeks ago. It was pretty much of good stuff going on over there. Vietnamese people are celebrating for their biggest festival for over 1000 years. If you can start to go bit earlier, you may catch up some from it.

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

3. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3562 posts) 5y

Jay,
As I am sure you already know, there are hundreds of hotel options in HAN. I suggest you click on the 'accommodation' option, top of this page. Select VN, Then HAN. Pick a price range and read the reviews. Top reviewed hotel are listed first. Pick 5-10 hotels that fit your price range, have the amenities you want. Then go over to 'tripadvisor'. Read the reviews for those hotels and you will have a good idea of where you might like to stay. Good luck with your planning.

[ Edit: Edited on 08-Oct-2010, at 23:32 by vegasmike6 ]

4. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1992 posts) 5y

I like Hanoi's small, inexpensive 2-3* hotels centrally located in the Old Quarter or Cathedral District. I have stayed twice at the Gia Thinh Hotel of the Sunshine Hotel Group, and you can't beat it for price and amenities. Sunshine has a new property in the Sunshine Palace Hotel that also looks very nice. I will be stopping in the city again in November and have booked the new Hanoi Emerald Hotel. All of these places are priced between $25.-$40. a night, have an in-room computer, breakfast buffet, elevator, daily fruit plate plus the usual hotel items. Yes, you can also spend much less ($12.-$18.) for a room, but I'm a little picky and appreciate quality and a room in good condition.

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7. Posted by Jayoz (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

Thank you guy so much for your help, it will be the best thing for me to carry to Vietnam. I finally found the suitable hotel for me already. Anyways it is good to hear from your guy and definitely I will bring back here some of my good experiences to share with you guy, my pleasure.:)

8. Posted by phuong87 (Budding Member 66 posts) 5y

if you need hotels in hanoi, you can search on TP or Tripadvisor about this, price is shown on the page then you can choose.
Otherwise, you can try to contact my friend's hotel. It is new: Indochina Queen II hotel
http://indochinaqueenhotel.com

Hope it help.

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