Hanoi Emperor Hotel

16 Hang Buom Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, 8443, Vietnam
Hanoi Emperor Hotel
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  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Hanoi airport late night arrival

by regensburgerJR

I will arrive around midnight in Hanoi from a business trip to China.
Is there still public transportation availble?
Or do I have to pay the normal 100 Dollar taxi drive to downtown?
Plan one week beaches in Halong Bay or are the better beaches in Vietnam?

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by grahamNI

If you pay US$100, then something is very badly wrong!

I was last there just over a year ago and the rate for a taxi...... pre-agreed, is more like $10........... though the taxi drivers will try every trick in the book to up this rate, my advice is to write what you WILL pay on a piece of paper, so have a pen and paper,..... the taxi guy wont!

Not sure what the public transport options are at that time, but if you have a problem, let me know and I can enquire from a mate who lives in Hanoi and has done for over 10 years.

Happy travels.

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by cochinjew

I am not sure where you got the 100 usd fare, i have taken the taxi on numerous occasions and it is always between 10 and 15 usd. get a taxi and agree on a price and get to the town fast.. i dont think the bus which runs to the centre of town runs late at night, during the day it is an alternative but it leaves you near the Viet air offices and you have to still take a taxi to your hotel..

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by JonnyVN

Taxis will be there at US$12, I think the airport bus is also running.

Beaches in Ha Long, there aren't really any, few small ones on some of the islands but think you would get a little bored. The best beaches are central and southern Vietnam (Phu Quoc probably topping the lot)


Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by JonnyVN

its 1800,000vnd set fee

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by Nhiki

take one 0 out and the figure is correct :D :D :D

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by Nhiki

Sorry, the message was for Jonny

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by JonnyVN

yep, slippy fingers there

Re: Hanoi airport late night arrival

by Especen

It takes about 2 hours from landing time to arrival to your hotel.
You have 4 choices to transfer from airport to Hanoi central:

• Easy way is by taxi (VND 250,000 or about $15): please be very quick to call a taxi once you finished passport control procedures & get your luggage if your flight arrived so late. Some bad taxi driver may tell that "Your hotel is full tonight" then take you to other bad hotel to get commission, so please ask the driver take you to exactly address of your hotel.

• Cheap way is by 15-seat mini bus of Vietnam Airlines ($2/person) to Vietnam Airlines Head Office at No. 1 Quang Trung Street, then walk to your hotel.

• Cheapest way is by public bus (no luggage & before 21:00 only): first you get bus No. 7 (yellow & red color) VND 5,000 from Noi Bai airport to Cau Giay, then change into bus No. 9 (VND 3,000) from Cau Giay to Bo Ho (Hoan Kiem lake in Hanoi central), then walk to your hotel. The total costs for both bus trips would be VND 8,000 (or 50 US cents).

• Some hotel offer free airport pickup service if you stay more than three night. In fact, they included pickup charge to your room charge.

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Coco Loco

by King_Golo

Do you feel coco loco? Then go to the dam between West Lake and Truc Bach Lake. It is here where numerous street vendors offer fresh coconut juice to drink directly from the fruit. Sitting on small blue plastic chairs, you'll get your coconut, have its top cut off and put a straw in. Finished.

Long Bien Bridge

by hientonkin

The old bridge over famous Red River is thought to be desinged by Eiffel ( Eiffel tower in Paris ), damaged by the American war. Before, only bicycles and pedestrians can pass by, but now also motorbikes allowed.
From here it's great view of the Red River, the bridge is not crowed, so you can enjoy your time here, real quiet!
* Location: Tran Nhat Duat street, parallel with Chuong Duong bridge

Dried seafood

by akikonomu about Food and Drink

Fancy what Chinese cuisine is made up of, albeit Vietnamese style? Check out Pho Lan Ong in the Old Quarter. You will find dried seafood, mushrooms and other local foodstuff. Wouldn't know, would have helped if Mum's around


by imstress

Take a taxi if you have 2 or more person heading for the same destination.

It will cost you about 65,000 VND to get to Museum of Ethnology. (the furthest we get to travel).

And do remeber to take the white taxis because their meters does not jump that fast.
Just ask the hotel reception to dial you a cab and they will turn up in 3 mins. And get the reception to tell the driver where exactly you want to go.

Else just call 8262626 but you got to speak to them in Viet.

Contemporary Vegetarian Cuisine!

by kelnsha about Tamarind Cafe

Virtuoso vegetarian food and a blend of fresh flavours bringing together Asian and European elements.

It opens from 6am to midnight and menus from USD2 to USD4.

Note: delivery and catering services available. One of the trendsetters on Ma May Street, the shakes and smoothies here are some of the best pick-me-ups in town.


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