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We are here in the heart and soul of the capital city, and many people visit the packed streets of The Old Quarter to discover the city’s rich food culture and long history. And “Where to stay in Hanoi Old Quarter?” is one of the most common questions among first-time visitors to Vietnam’s capital city.

 

 

From the wallet-friendly boutique properties to the five-star luxury hotels, your accommodation in Vietnam’s capital city can be just as memorable as your sightseeing on your Old Quarter group tour:

Maison d’Orient - Budget-conscious boutique with something for everyone

Maison d’Orient

Maison d’Orient

Centrally located in the heart of Hanoi’s famous Old Quarter, the quaint 12-room Maison d’Orient has it all: excellent location - within a 15-minute drive to Ho Chi Minh Museum and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, great accommodations, the elegance of the hotel’s decoration, handcrafted furniture, bamboo furniture, warm, welcoming staff, a 24-hour front desk and free parking facilities, airport pick-up service, and budget-friendly prices.

Named according to spices such as Ginger – Hanoi City View, Cinnamon – Hanoi Classic, Star Anise – Hanoi City View, Pepper Grand Room, Cinnamon Grand Room, and Lemongrass – Hanoi Classic – these 12 rooms here are warm and comfortable and make you feel like being in a friend’s home.

  • Address: 26 Ngo Huyen, Hang Trong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Price: Single/Double: VND 568,000/Single room/night - VND 682,000/Double room/night

St Joseph’s Hang Da – the premier boutique hotel in Hanoi

St Joseph’s Hang Da

St Joseph’s Hang Da

Located in the middle of beautiful Hanoi Old Quarter, the 10-room St Joseph’s Hang Da is only stepping away from the top attractions such as Vietnamese National Tuong Theatre, Hoan Kiem Lake, Hang Da Market, as well as several cultural and historic sites. And Hang Gai Street and Ly Trieu Quoc Su Pagoda are all within walking distance, too.

Rooms have natural light, cable television, mini-bar, coffee and tea-making facilities and are accessible by stairs only. Delicious breakfast with a variety of choices from eggs, sausage, and bacon to French toast or pancakes accompanied with fresh fruit and plunger coffee, or tea is included in the room rate and free Internet wireless is available in rooms, as well as the lobby area. By putting guests in the heart of it all – which is perfect for those looking to meet other travelers, St Joseph’s Hang Da hopes to make you will feel as though you are staying with friends rather in a hotel.

  • Address: 6C Duong Thanh Street, Cua Dong, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

Hanoi La Siesta Hotel Trendy - A stunning, four-star example of a peaceful hotel with a homely feel

 Hanoi La Siesta Hotel Trendy

Hanoi La Siesta Hotel Trendy

If you are looking for a slightly different boutique experience, the La Siesta Hotel Trendy delivers. Located in the heart of Hanoi Old Quarter, the hotel is within walking distance to top tourist attractions to visit on your Old Quarter tour like the Thang Long Water Puppet Theater, Vietnamese National Tuong Theater, Hoan Kiem Lake, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and Hanoi Opera House.

What gives it a unique edge? It is the awesome accent on classic modernity, which adheres to the design tenets of simplicity and chic elegance! Hidden within the understated exterior are larger rooms (Superior Double or Twin, Deluxe Double or Twin, Deluxe Triple, and Connecting Room) and suites (Junior Suite, Club Junior Suite, Family Suite, La Siesta Suite, with fantastic views Duplex Suite, Club Duplex Suite, and Club Duplex Premier) and immaculate bathrooms.

  • Address: 12 Nguyen Quang Bich Street, Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  • Price: US$95++ - US$235++ (from 2 persons) per night

From the interesting display of livestock for sale in the maze of 36 streets down to the mouth-watering offering of street food at reasonable price, the cheap beer, and a heavenly glass of iced coffee (cà phê đá) or black coffee (cà phê đen), there are plenty of “What to do in Hanoi Old Quarter?” You might know a lot about things to do but do you know where to stay here in the heart of the capital city. Let’s see our recommendations to find lodging to fit your vacation style!

Source: hanoireviews