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Sprawled along the banks of the Red River, Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam. Originally founded in 1010 by King Ly Thai To as Thang Long (city of ascending dragons), the city has since become a fascinating combination of East and West as strong Chinese and French influences have merged with the Vietnamese way. This is specifically reflected in the city's architecture which is now having to also make room for more modern developments alongside. Hanoi's past can be taken in at sites like Hoa Lo Prison and Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum. Plenty of green areas, lakes and shady boulevards, as well as over 600 temples and pagodas, add to the appeal of Hanoi.
The city consists of three main areas:
The Hanoians love any reason to celebrate, so all of Vietnam's major festivals are celebrated here. The main event is Tet, celebrated at the end of January or early February depending on the moon.
Hanoi has a warm tropical climate with generally two seasons. The hot and wet season lasts from May to September, while the cooler but drier season is from November to February. Temperatures can drop below 10 °C during this time, but generally you will have pleasantly warm weather. Most of the rain falls in July and August when hot and muggy weather prevails, with temperatures frequently hitting more than 30 °C. March and November are good months for a visit. Bear in mind that the months of September and October sometimes bring tropical storms, though these are not usually too severe.
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|Avg Min||13.7 °C||15 °C||18.1 °C||21.4 °C||24.3 °C||25.8 °C||26.1 °C||25.7 °C||24.7 °C||21.9 °C||18.5 °C||15.3 °C|
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Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) is located about 45 kilometres from the centre of Hanoi and is the biggest airport in northern Vietnam. About 30 airlines serve Hanoi and some main destinations include Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Taipei, Seoul, Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Shanghai Pudong International Airport, Vladivostok, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Paris, Beijing, Guangzhou, Osaka, Tokyo, Fukuoka, Singapore, Frankfurt, Kunming, Melbourne, Danang, Nha Trang and Sydney.
To/from the airport
The main Hanoi Train Station (Ga Hang Co, 120 Le Duan Street. Ticket office open from 07:30am-11:30am and 2:30pm-7:30pm) serves trains heading south. North bound trains depart from Tran Quy Cap Station behind the main station.
There are 2 trains a week between Hanoi (Vietnam) and Beijing. Trains from Hanoi leave on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6:30pm, and arrive two days later at 1:30pm at the Beijing West train station. From Beijing trains depart on Sundays and Thursday around 4:00pm, arriving early in the morning at around 8:00am in Hanoi. The journeys requires a train switch at the border town of Dong Dang. Other intermediate stops include Nanning, Guilin and Zhengzhou, all in China.
Trains also travel south towards Ho Chi Minh City and depart at 7:00pm (SE1), 11:00pm (SE3), 12:25pm (SE5), 05:55am (SE7) and 10:05am (TN1) daily. The 10:05am train is generally not recommended as there are only hard sleepers and hard seats available. Trains SE1-SE8 on the other hand, have air-con soft sleepers (4-berth), air-con hard sleepers (6-berth), air-con soft seats as well as an air-con restaurant car.
You can hire a car with driver or a motorcycle from most travel agencies in Vietnam. Road conditions are generally good around Hanoi and to the northeast. Roads to the northwest however, a little ropey. As an example a 6-day trip in a 4WD (including the car, driver and petrol) should cost around US$275 - US$550.
Hanoi usually is the end or the beginning of the open bus ticket. Many different companies operate open bus tickets and remember to ask around before buying into one company for the journey all the way south to Ho Chi Minh City. For more information on the open bus ticket read the Ho Chi Minh City article.
A popular and probably the easiest way to see Hanoi is by taxi. Fare is normally approximately 11,000 dong to 17,000 dong for the first kilometre and then around 9,000 dong after that. Be aware of scams and try to stick to reliable companies such as Hanoi Taxi.
Hanoi has no metro service, so the only way to get around by public transport is by bus. There are now over 60 public bus lines and these serve many areas of Hanoi as well as a few destinations on the outskirts. Generally, the buses are clean and comfortable, but can get very overcrowded during peak times. Most guesthouses should be able to provide you with a bus map and/or timetable.
Central Hanoi can easily be navigated on foot. Walking around this city is the only way to experience the sights, sounds (and smells) it has to offer. Walking around the city makes you part of the traffic - good or bad - but it is the easiest way to have that true local experience. The Old Quarter in particular is best experienced on foot due it's narrow alleyways and small, crowded streets.
The New York Times has a well commentated walking tour of the old quarter here. It is a good start for a self guided walking tour of the old quarter.
Note: Try to study the map discretely and know your next turn before arriving at an intersection. If you ask for directions, motorbike taxi drivers will just implore you to hire them for a ride and even try to confuse you. Learn to look for distinct rooflines. Just a short time in the Old Quarter will have you distinguishing a Chinese temple or community house from a tube house or more French-influenced construction. Most streets will have signs giving the road name.
Bicycles and motorcycles are also great ways to get around Hanoi, but are not for the faint-hearted! Many hotels and guest houses can rent you a bicycle for around US$1-US$2 a day.
Xe Om (or motorbike taxis) are readily available for longer distances and often work out cheaper than a taxi for single travellers. You'll undoubtly be bombarded with offers as you walk down the streets of Hanoi.
Cyclos, bikes with a covered seat in front for passengers are also prevalent, but be careful and negotiate your price and destination up front. Can seat two adults and one child.
Hiring a motorcycle yourself is a lot of fun, but should only really be attempted by confident driver. The traffic in Hanoi can be pretty crazy, especially during rush hour. If you can get the hang of it though, you'll feel like you've truly experienced Hanoi and seen more than the average traveller. Hotels and guest houses can rent you a motorbike or scooter for around US$6 a day. Scooters are strongly recommended for first-time Asian-city-drivers.
Since the mid 1990s, Vietnamese cuisine has grown in quality and variation. Most famous remains "pho ga" (chicken noodle soup) or "pho bo"(beef noodle soup). There are various dishes including chicken, beef, fish and seafood, and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of restaurants nowadays in Hanoi catering to everyone's taste.
In Hanoi, there are hundreds of street restaurants in small kiosks on the sidewalk, with plastic tables and chairs on the pavement. Eating at these restaurants is a great way to experience the local food and culture. It is worth mentioning that food quality, freshness, and hygiene can vary greatly. A bowl of noodle soup goes for 30-40,000 dong and market food stalls offer fruit portions, sausages, doughnuts and other foods for 15,000 to 25,000 dong. Check your change as a few vendors seem to forget to give it, and learn a little Vietnamese because vendors often will not speak any or much English.
A local delicacy in the Hanoi area is dog meat (thịt chó), which is especially popular in the winter. There are a number of dog restaurants in the Tay Ho district. Another exotic regional taste is ca cuong, an extract from the belostomatid or giant water bug. Just a few drops are added to noodles for the unique aroma.
Boiled duck foetus eggs are sold by pedlars almost everywhere, and cost about 5,000 dong. The experience consists of the vendor cracking the egg in front of you, and peeling the shell and dropping the contents in a plastic bowl, then garnished with julienned ginger, basil leaf and sprinkled with chili sauce. You can see the severed head and beak of your chick that fell off if you are lucky enough to have your first bite from a different spot.
For groceries, there is a large supermarket east of Hoan Kiem Lake (Finimart, 27A Ly Thai To, at Tran Nguyen Han).
Bia Hơi is abundant in the streets of the Old Quarter. At the crossing of Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen five separate venues fill up with travellers in the evenings, but you can get more local atmosphere on some of the side streets.
Hanoi is a lively city on the weekends, but the Old Quarter closes relatively early (at midnight) on weekdays, so you might want to start your night early. Other places outside the Old Quarter stay open later and vary in closing times. Local young people gather around the cathedral located in Ly Quoc Su to have lemon ice tea (tra chanh) and sunflower seeds in street bars. After dark it gets quite crowded.
Sit on a plastic chair in front of one of the bia hoi (fresh beer) establishments which are invariably situated on the corners of many of Hanoi's Old Quarter streets. This preservative-free light beer is the perfect drink to sip as you watch the city's frenetic bustle. The beer costs less than twenty cents and gives you an excuse to relax and take photos of the passing local characters: should not be missed. In the Old Quarter, you will find that almost every corner is filled with stalls selling pho (Vietnamese noodle) and cafe (the name is not limited only to coffee, but also tea, sweets and grocery items, and even to pho).
On Tô Tich, a small street connecting Hang Quat and Hang Gai, you can help yourself to a refreshing fruit milkshake (sinh tố) at one of the stalls (~7,000 dong).
If you are looking for something less watery than Bia Hoi, excellent freshly brewed Czech or German-style beer is available at several breweries, including: Hoa Vien (Czech), Goldmalt (Czech), Legend beer (German), with several branches around the city; prices are around 45000-60000 dong for 0.5l.
Minh Jazz Club is a nice place for some after-dinner coffee or alcoholic drink while listening to some nice, live jazz music performed by the owner Quyen Van Minh and his band every night from 9:00pm - 11:00pm.
|APT EZ Holiday Hotel||9A Tong Duy Tan str||Hostel||-|
|Binh Minh 2 Hotel||31 Hang Mam street Hoan Kiem district||Hotel||-|
|Asia Paradise Hotel||34B Hang Tre Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Bodega Hostel Hanoi||133 Hangbong street Hoankiem||Hostel||76|
|Camellia 3 Hotel||12C Chan Cam Street Old Quarter||HOTEL||-|
|Camellia Hotel 5||81 Thuoc Bac||Hotel||-|
|Democracy Hotel||64 Cau Go Street Hoan Kiem Distr||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi City Hostel||95 Hang ga Str||Hostel||85|
|Especen Hotel||28 Tho Xuong Hoan Kiem district||Hotel||83|
|Golden Sun Lakeview Hotel||23 Hang Hanh, Old quarter.||Hotel||-|
|Old Centre Hostel Hanoi||19 Hang Hanh Hoan Kiem District||GUESTHOUSE||88|
|Hanoi -Thuy Lam||17 Hang Ga Street Hanoi Old Quarter||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Backpackers Hostel||48 Ngo Huyen Hoan Kiem||Hostel||86|
|Hanoi Blue Sky Hotel||65 Hang Cot street||Hotel||85|
|Hanoi Deluxe Hostel||28 Bat Su Str. Hoan Kiem.||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Capital Hotel||No 4 Hang But Str Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Centre 1 Hotel.||38 Cau Go St,Hanoi,Vietnam 5 Luong Van Can Street, Hoan||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Charming Hotel||15 Yen Thai Str VietNam||Hotel||-|
|Old Quater Guest House||69 Hang Luoc||Guesthouse||-|
|Hanoi Cozy Hotel||No 6 Cau Go str. Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Elegance Hotel||08 Hang Bac Hanoi-Hoan Kiem dist -Vietnam||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Elite Hotel||10/50 Dao Duy Tu street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||90|
|Hanoi Gecko Hotel||11A Trung yen lane Dinh Liet st Hoan kIem dist||Hotel||-|
|Trung Nam Hai Hotel||27 Phu Doan Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||88|
|Hanoi Lucky Guesthouse||14 Bat Su Street Hoan Kiem District||GUESTHOUSE||78|
|Hanoi Holiday Hotel||24 Hang Manh Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Kangaroo Hostel||71 Hang Luoc street- Hoan Kiem-Hanoi||Hostel||84|
|Hanoi Lakeview Hotel||57A Quang Trung Old Quarter||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Legend Hotel||47 Luong Ngoc Quyen||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Lucky Hotel||No.47 Ngo Huyen Street Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Lucky II Hotel||No.11 Ngo Huyen Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Lucky III Hotel||No.56 Ngo Huyen, Hoan Kiem, Ha||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Luxor Hotel||59 Hàng Cót Hoàn Ki?m Hà N?i||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Phoenix 2 Hotel||No.12 Dao Duy Tu alley Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Plaza Hotel||26 Hang Non Str||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Serenity Hotel||1B Cua Dong St. Hoan Kiem Dist||HOSTEL||87|
|Hanoi Sports Hotel||42 Ma May Str Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||82|
|Hanoi Street Hotel||1A Cam Chi-Hoan Kiem-Hanoi||Hostel||84|
|Hoabinh Palace Hotel||27 Hangbe Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Hotel Mykinh I - Camelia||Camelia at 81 Thuoc Bac St Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Indochina II Hotel||42 Lo Su Street. Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|JOY JOURNEY HOTEL||55 Bat Su Street||Hotel||-|
|Jysk Guest House||29 Hang Hom, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||Guesthouse||-|
|Golden Time Hostel 2||8 Ly Thai To Street||HOSTEL||86|
|Little Hanoi Dx Hotel||No 1/12 YenThai - Hang Manh St Hoan kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Little Hanoi Hostel||48 Hang Ga Hoan Kiem||Hostel||85|
|Hanoi Love Planet hotel||35 Ph? Quán Thánh - Hoan Ki?m||Hotel||-|
|Little Hanoi Diamond||11 Bat Dan street Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||HOSTEL||89|
|Manh Dung Guest house||No. 2 - Tam Thuong Hanoi - Vietnam||Guesthouse||-|
|Mikes Hotel||1 & 3 Hang Phen Street Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||80|
|North Hotel No 1||15 Hang Ga Street||Hotel||-|
|North Hotel No 2||5B Tam Thuong Street||Hotel||85|
|Hanoi Phoenix Hotel||43- Bat Su Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Quanghiep Hotel||5 Dong Thai Street||Hotel||-|
|Rising Dragon Hostel||61 Hang Be Street, Hoan Kiem||Hostel||84|
|Hanoi Royal 2 Hotel||11 Hang Manh-hoan kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Ciao Hotel||8 Tho Xuong Lane, Au Trieu Street, Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||84|
|Star View Hotel||No 120 Quan Thanh Str Ba Dinh Dist||HOTEL||-|
|Sunrise Hotel Hanoi||09 Hangmam street-Hoankiem district-Hanoi city||Hotel||-|
|The Drift Backpackers Hostel||42 Truong Han Sieu Hoan Kiem District||Hostel||-|
|The Jasmine Hotel||57 Lo Su Street Hanoi Old Quarter||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi International Hostel||24 Tho Xuong St Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||HOSTEL||-|
|Viet Fun 3 Hotel||1 Ngo Huyen Street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Viet Fun Hotel||38 Ngo Huyen Street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Viet Hotel||61 Hang Than Str Ba Dinh Dist.||Hotel||-|
|Splendid Star Grand Hostel||No. 14 Tho Xuong Lane, Au Trieu Street Hoan Kiem||Hostel||85|
|Hanoi Amazing Hotel||21 Hang Phen Street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Ha Noi Atlantic Hostel||30 Hang Cot Street (Old Quarter)||HOSTEL||91|
|Morning Star Hanoi||10 Hang Hanh, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Impressive Hotel||56 Au Trieu Street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||81|
|Central Backpackers Hostel||16 Ly Quoc Su st. Hoan Kiem||Hostel||88|
|Ha Noi Luxe Hotel||25 Hang thiec Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Gold Spring Hotel||22 nguyen huu huan street Old Quarter||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Aurora Hotel||109 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem Dist.||Hotel||86|
|Golden Wings Hotel||106 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Asia 2 Hotel||139/2 Nguyen Van Cu st. Long Bien District||HOTEL||-|
|Camellia IV||44 Hang Giay Street||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Rendezvous Hostel||31 Hang Dieu St, Hoan Kiem||Hostel||86|
|CENTURY Hotel||23 Bat Dan, Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Liberty Hostel||78 Hang Non str Hoan Kiem||Hostel||-|
|Thaison Palace Hotel||9 Hang Voi St Hoan Kiem Dis||Hotel||87|
|Indochina Gold Hotel||15A Au Trieu||Hotel||92|
|Asia Palace 2 Hotel||90B Nguyễn Hữu Huân Hoàn Kiếm||Hotel||-|
|Az Queen Palace Hotel||Số 116 Hàng Bạc||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Royal Palace||18A Quan Su Street, Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi,||HOSTEL||70|
|Golden Sun Hotel 3||17 Hang Hanh Street 19 Hang Hanh street||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Garnet hotel||39 Nguyen Truong To street - Hoan Kiem dist - Hanoi||HOTEL||83|
|Victory Queen Hotel||16C Trung Yen Lane (Dinh Liet St.) Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Asia Palace 1 Hotel||44A Hang Tre Hoàn Kiếm - Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Gecko2 Hotel||13 Trung Yen Lane, DinhLiet Street||Hotel||-|
|Thaison Grand Hotel||7 Hang Mam, Hoan Kiem||Hotel||95|
|David Guesthouse - Backpackers Hostel||1B Thanh Ha Str||Hostel||-|
|Vietnam Sinh Cafe Hotel||34B Hang Tre Street Hoan Kiem Street||Hotel||-|
|Pacific Star Hotel||No 32. Cua Nam Str. Hoan Kiem Dist.||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi A1 Hotel||No 1 Cau Go Str||Hotel||-|
|Camel City Hotel||8/50 Dao Duy Tu Street, Hoan Kiem district||Hotel||76|
|Hanoi Silver Hotel||88 Hang Bac Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoiview Hotel||35 - 37 Bat Su str. Hoan Kiem dist.||HOTEL||-|
|Huong Giang Hotel||80 Mai Hac De Str Hai Ba Trung||Hotel||-|
|Luxury Hotel||2 Phu Doan lane, Phu Doan Str, Hoan Kiem Dist, Ha||Hotel||83|
|Classic Street Hotel Hanoi||41 Hang Be Street Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||-|
|Bao Khanh Hotel||22 Bao Khanh street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Advisor Hostel||51 Nguyen Sieu||Hostel||83|
|PARAMOUNT HOTEL||28 Ngo Huyen Street Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Halong Phoenix Cruiser||73 Ly Nam De street Hoan Kiem district||Hotel||-|
|Asia Star Hotel||20 Dao Duy Tu Street, Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Emperor Hotel||16 Hang Buom street||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Paradise Hotel Hang Chieu||53 Hang Chieu Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Paradise Hotel Hang Bac||62 Hang Bac Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Family Hostel||38 Cau Go Street||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Allura Hotel||08 Hang Bac Str||Hotel||-|
|New Century||12B Hang Manh Street Hoan Kiem||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Hostel||91C Hang Ma str Hoan Kiem Dis||HOSTEL||82|
|Old Street Hostel||23 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem District||Hostel||-|
|Hidden Charm Hotel||23 Au Trieu street||Hotel||-|
|Holiday Hotel Hanoi||9 Ngo Huyen Street Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Dolphin Hotel||No 61 Luong Ngoc Quyen str, Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Luminous Viet Hotel||No 79, Hang Bac street Hoan Kiem district||HOTEL||-|
|HANOI WING HOTEL||23 Hang Non str Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|The Time Hotel||15 Hang Than, Ba Dinh||Hotel||-|
|Little Hanoi Hostel Le Thai To||32 Lê Thái Tổ Street Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||94|
|Hi Ancient Town Hostel||21 Bat Dan Street, Hoan Kiem,||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Royal View Hotel||07 Hang Dau Street,Hanoi Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem District,Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Backpackers Hostel on Ma May||9 Ma May Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||Hostel||89|
|Green Street Hostel||21A Duong Ma May Street Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Rising Dragon Estate Hotel||No 17 Nguyen Van To Street In Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Art Hotel Hanoi||65 Hang Dieu Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Indochina Queen II hotel||No 67 Thuoc Bac street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Titanic Hotel||56 Ngo Huyen street Hoan Kiem||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Spring II Hotel||38 Au Trieu, Hoan Kiem District Hanoi||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Youth Hostel||05 Luong Ngoc Quyen||Hostel||-|
|KoTo Hostel||120 Hang Bong Str||Hostel||-|
|Real Vietnam hotel||16C Trung Yen - Dinh Liet Pretzfeld Hoan Kiem - Hanoi||Hotel||81|
|Hanoi Eclipse Hotel||24 Hang Quat Street, Old Quarter Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Victory Hotel||03 Hang Quat Str - Hoan Kiem Dist - Hanoi City||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Topaz Hotel||46 Bat Su, Hoan Kiem,||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Grand Hotel||No. 26 Hoi Vu Str - Hoan Kiem Dist Hanoi, Vietnam||HOTEL||-|
|Splendid Jupiter Hostel||No. 16 Tho Xuong lane, Au Trieu str Hoan Kiem dist, Hanoi||HOSTEL||87|
|Hanoi View2 Hostel||Ngo Si Lien 48 Ngo Si Lien Alley, Dong Da Dist, Hanoi, Vietna||HOSTEL||-|
|May De Ville Old Quarter Hostel||43 Gia ngu st,Hoan Kiem dist ,Hanoi,Vietnam Old Quarter ,Hanoi,Vietnam||HOSTEL||-|
|May De Ville Backpackers Hostel||1 Hai Tuong Lane 24 Ta Hien str,Hoan Kien District||HOSTEL||84|
|Anise Hostel Hanoi||22 Quan Thanh street Hoan Kiem Dist||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Hostel on Hang Vai||32 Hang Vai Str Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||-|
|Phuong Dong Airport Hotel||Dien Xa Village, Noibai Airport, Soc Son||HOTEL||-|
|Lucky Hotel 69||No.69 Tran Duy Hung Street, Cau Giay, Hanoi||HOTEL||-|
|Lucky Hotel 142||No.142 Trung Hoa Street, Cau Giay, Hanoi||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Triumphal Hostel||34 Hang Ga Str. Hoan Kiem Dist.||Hostel||-|
|Dong Thanh Hotel||19 Cua Dong Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Sans Souci II Hotel||9A Trung Yen Lane, Dinh Liet St. Hoan Kiem District||Hostel||-|
|New Star Hotel Hanoi||No 9, Hang Thung str Hoan Kiem dist||HOTEL||83|
|Friendly Backpackers Hostel||No 09, Nguyen Huu Huan str, HoanKiem, Hanoi||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Blue Lotus Hotel||60 Au Trieu Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Tu Linh Palace Hotel||2B Hang Ga Old Quarter(Hoan Kiem.)||HOTEL||86|
|Hanoi Posh Hotel||18 Hang Hom Hoan Kiem district||HOTEL||88|
|Sunny Hotel 3||10+12/168 Hao Nam Street, Han||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Sans Souci IV Hostel||16 Ngo Huyen Hoan Kiem Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Elizabeth Hostel||30 Nguyen Huu Huan Hoan Kiem||Hostel||-|
|TienThuy Hotel||Hanoi Hang Thung No 9||Hotel||-|
|New Vision Hostel||68 C - 70 Hang Bo Street Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||87|
|Golden Time Hostel||43 Ly Thai To Street||Hostel||89|
|Hanoi Venus Star Hotel||7 Le Van Huu Hai Ba Trung District||Hotel||-|
|Avi Airport Hotel||B22 Cho Phu Cuong Noibai Airport||HOTEL||-|
|Meracus||11 Hang Dau Old Quarter Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Travelmate Hanoi Hostel||12B Chan Cam str||Hostel||-|
|Green Hanoi Backpackers Hostel||39D Ly Quoc Su Street , Hoan Kiem Distric||Hostel||-|
|Hanoi Boutique Hotel 2||32 Dao Duy Tu Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Vega Hotel||75 Hang Dieu Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Nam Ngu Hotel||34 Nam Ngư. Hoan Kiem dist||HOTEL||-|
|The World Hotel||16a Thanh Ha Str||Hotel||-|
|Vietnam Guesthouse||15 Luong Ngoc Quyen||Guesthouse||-|
|Elegance Hotel||85 Ma May Str Hoan Kiem Dist- Hanoi||Hotel||-|
|Rainbow Hanoi Hotel||22 Hang Can str,Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|MOONSHINE PALACE HOTEL||21A Bat Dan Street, Hoan Kiem District,||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi 3B Hotel||99 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||89|
|Hanoi City Hostel||95B Hang Ga Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Amanda Hotel||#50a Hang Be Hoan Kiem, Hanoi||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Emotion Hotel||26 Hang Bot Street, Dong Da District||HOTEL||-|
|The Landmark Hanoi||19 Nguyen Van To Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||-|
|Splendid Star Suite Hotel||No.28 Au Trieu str Hoan Kiem dist||Hotel||84|
|Hanoi Calypso Hotel||27A Cua Dong Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|An Hung Hotel||01 Ngo Gach Street Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Sky Hotel||27 Tong Duy Tan Street Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||-|
|Apple Hotel Hanoi||15A Hang Chieu Hoan Kiem district||HOTEL||81|
|Hanoi Old Town Hotel||95 Hang Chieu Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||88|
|Hanoi GuestHouse 2||85 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem||Guesthouse||85|
|HANOI CHEAP HOTEL||56B Ngo Huyen ,Hoankiem Hanoi,Vietnam Hoan Kiem||Hostel||-|
|Joseph's Hang Da Hotel||6C Duong Thanh St. Hoan Kiem District||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Pearl Suites Hanoi Hotel||7 Dong Thai Ma May Hoan Kiem Hanoi Vietnam||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Titanic Hostel||-56 Ngo Huyen ,Hoan kiem||Apartment||-|
|Hanoi Dylan Hotel||28 Bat Su Str Hang Bo, Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||85|
|Green Diamond Hotel||96 Hang Bac Street Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||84|
|Hoan Kiem Lake Hotel||29 Hang Trong Street Hoan Kiem District||Hotel||-|
|Stars Hotel||26 Bat Su Hoan Kiem dist||HOTEL||69|
|Art Trendy Hotel||6A Hang But Street Hoan Kiem Distr,Old Quarter||HOTEL||-|
|Golden Spring Hotel||22 Nguyen Huu Huan Street||Hotel||-|
|New Star Hotel Hanoi||No 9, Hang Thung street , Hoan Kiem district||Hotel||-|
|Church Boutique Hotel Hang Ca||21 Hang Ca, HoanKiem district Old Quater Center||Hotel||-|
|Church Boutique Hotel Hang Gai||Church Boutique Hang Gai No.9 Nha Tho Street, Hoan Kiem Dist||Hotel||-|
|Khach San Hanoi Hostel No1||14-16 Thanh Ha Hoan kiem||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Guest House Nguyen Khuyen||92 Nguyen Khuyen||HOSTEL||-|
|Tu Linh Palace Hotel 2||86 Ma May Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||84|
|Hi Ancient Town Hostel||21 Bat Dan Street Dong Xuan Market||HOSTEL||-|
|Hoan Kiem Grand Hotel||20-22A Hang Can St.||Hotel||-|
|Hanoi Style Hotel||35 Ma May Street Hoan Kiem||Hotel||-|
|The World Hotels||No 16 Thanh Ha City Gate, Hoankiem||Hotel||-|
|Hoan Kiem Hostel||9-11A Hai Tuong Lane ,Ta Hien Str Hoan Kiem Dist||HOSTEL||81|
|Hanoi Friendly Hotel||78 Hang Ga Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Nonprofit Hostel||17B Hang Ga||HOSTEL||-|
|Street Backpackers Hostel||43 Ly Quoc Su Street Hoankiem||HOSTEL||-|
|Finnegans Hotel||41 Phu Doan Street Hoan Kiem Lake||HOTEL||-|
|Finnegans Hotel 2||65 Nguyen Huu Huan Street HOAN KIEM LAKE||HOTEL||-|
|Hostel du Centre Ville||47 Luong Ngoc Quyen Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||-|
|Airport View Hotel||Dien Xa, Noibai Airport||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Central Hotel||36 Dinh Liet Hoan Kiem||HOTEL||-|
|Tonkin Hostel||01 Ngo Huyen||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Backpackers Old Quarter||No.6, Luong Ngoc Quyen Street Hoan Kiem District||HOSTEL||-|
|Millennium Hotel||31 Hang Mam, Old Quater Hoankiem||HOTEL||84|
|Hanoi M Hostel||No 3 Thanh Ha Street Dong Xuan Ward||HOSTEL||-|
|Bluebell Hotel||41 Ngo Huyen, Hoan Kiem District||HOTEL||83|
|The Bunker Hostelling||36 Phat Loc Street Hoan Kiem||HOSTEL||-|
|Hanoi Serendipity Hotel||14A Chan Cam Street,Hoan Kiem District Centre of Hanoi Old Quarter||HOTEL||88|
|Hanoi Star Hotel||25 Hang Mam Hoan Kiem district||HOTEL||80|
|Hanoi Sweet Home Hotel||95B Hang Chieu Street Old Quarter||HOTEL||-|
|Hanoi Funky Monkeys Backpackers||49 Hang Quat Street, Hoan kiem, Hanoi||HOSTEL||-|
With online dance and battle games popular amongst Vietnamese youth, there is no shortage of high speed internet cafés around Hanoi. Rates can be as low as VND3,000 per hour and some of the better internet cafés that can be found in the Old Quarter carry popular software like Skype.
See also: International Telephone Calls
Vietnam's international dialing code is +84. To call to other countries from Vietnam, start with 00, followed by the international number, usually without the first 0. International and domestic phone calls are available in almost every hotel or internet café. International phone charges are high in Vietnam and hotels often add a mark up fee so it is smart to always check the rates before dialling. Public phones require phone cards, which are available at post offices.
Some common and useful phone codes are:
Vietnam Post is the government owned national postal service of Vietnam. Services are generally fairly reliable, cheap but not overly fast, except express services. Express Mail Service (EMS) ensures that letters and small parcels are delivered within 24-48 hours domestically. International EMS is associated with over 50 countries worldwide, with a delivery time ranging from 2 to 10 days. Regular services are cheaper but much slower. Most post offices keep much longer hours than most other official businesses, usually starting from 6:30am until 9:30pm and also open on Saturday and even Sunday. You can buy stamps here and they also offer other services like money transfers. You can also try other companies to send parcels, for example with DHL, TNT and UPS.
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