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Recently, apart from hostels or hotels, tourists have chosen homestays as a perfect place when seeking the answers forwhere to stay when traveling in Hanoi.



Besides, many Hanoians are beginning to have intentions to stay in fully furnished homestays in the beautiful landscape. You don’t need to go too far, right in the city or just about one-hour-drive, you can easily escape the busy, noisy space through the recommended options below:

Au Frais, Hanoi

Au Frais is a new Hanoi homestay, located on the 9th floor of a building on Tay Ho Street, West Lake. Once coming here, you will be surprised at the rustic, ancient but cozy place as if you are returning home.

Au Frais

Au Frais

This homestay has 2 bedrooms, each room is very airy and lovely. The unique and attractive feature of Au Frais must include a very large and beautiful balcony overlooking the West Lake. Here, there is also a table, high chairs so that you and your friends can relaxingly enjoy a cup of warm tea and have a short chit-chat together. Moreover, you can lean back on the giant bed to rest. What’s a great pleasure to have a good time here on weekends!

Au Frais Homestay’s rent is 2 million VND on weekdays (from Monday to Thursday) and 2.5 million VND on weekends, for a group of maximum 4 people.

Le Bleu, Hanoi

If you are keen on interesting places in Hanoi, you certainly cannot forget Le Bleu – a homestay contributing a lot to this service movement in the Hanoi homestay system. Apart from the one in Da Lat, it has 2 separate apartments in Hanoi: Le Bleu Art decor loft and Le Bleu Indie Apartment in Tong Dan.

Le Bleu Indie was renovated from an apartment, but it is as beautiful as the old French Villa on Tran Hung Dao Street. In Indie Studio, you will feel the modern feature of Hanoi.

The homestay has 2 bedrooms, which are all decorated in a very subtle and modern style but still have unmistakable features of Le Bleu: brocade rugs or pretty recycled items.

Le Bleu Indie Apartment in Tong Dan

Le Bleu Indie Apartment in Tong Dan

In addition to that, it also has such a kitchen that you can cook your own dishes by yourselves. Especially, Le Bleu Indie is a great spot for sunbathing and reading books in a comfortable sofa near the balcony. Tong Dan is a quite quiet street, thus when you sit there, you can admire the life of a small corner of Hanoi and simply enjoy your Hanoi day tours.

The rent here ranges from 900,000 VND per day to about 1 million for weekends. This homestay can accommodate up to 4 people, $10 surcharge from the third one.

Golf View Villa, Tam Dao, Vinh Phuc

This homestay is located at the foot of Tam Dao, right at Tam Dao Golf Resort. With the beauty like the Happy House in the Korean drama, this is the homestay that many people want to try this summer.

This homestay has 3 spacious bedrooms: 2 rooms with 1 King size bed and 1 large bedroom with 2 King size beds. This living room is very roomy, overlooking the lake and yard. In particular, the indoor and outdoor is super wide for young children to comfortably play.

There are quite many complimentary facilities in this homestay. For example, the living room includes a billiard table, a baby cot for children and a spacious BBQ area with the modern barbecue household and necessary kitchen items.

In addition, from the grill area, you can view the mountains as well as the poetic lake around. Overall, this is definitely an ideal retreat for those who love quiet space.

Golf View Villa

Golf View Villa

The rent for this homestay is 3.5 million for weekdays and up to 5 million for weekends. However, this homestay is suitable for a group of around 10-12 people. Hence, the price is quite reasonable, isn’t it?

Phori’s House

Phori’s House – this name certainly reminds a lot of people of a beautiful homestay in Sapa. And now, there is one near Hanoi.

Phori’s House Hanoi is located in Me Linh, built along the river. It has a large lawn and a swimming pool. The house is surrounded by green vegetables and wildflowers garden. The rooms here are very commodious and fully equipped.

Because of being far from the city center, Phori’s House is always peaceful. Particularly, the house has plenty of light and close to nature, which is undoubtedly a big plus.

Phori's House Hanoi

Phori's House Hanoi


In Phori’s House, there is food service, all of which is produced by clean ingredients in the house. Phori’s prices are not too expensive, so why don’t you consider it as an escape from the capital for a Hanoi day trip.

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