Hidden Charm Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

23 au Trieu, Hanoi, 1000, Vietnam
Hidden Charm Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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72
Very Good
31%
40
Average
8%
11
Poor
1%
2
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 61% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples87
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Hanoi to Chiang Mai?

by thecooler

Hi
I am doing a mini tour of SE Asia this august. I fly inot Hanoi, Vietnam on the 3rd August and fly otu of the area from Bangkok to Hong Kong on 19th August. Hence i have 2 weeksto get from hanoi to bangkok. I was thinkign of goign thru Luang Prabang, Laos into Chiang Mai and then down to Bangkok. However i am not sure abotu the time and ease of the route
Does anyone have any advice or other routes to recommend ie. vic HCMC etc

cheers
steve

Re: Hanoi to Chiang Mai?

by cochinjew

go to vietnam airlines website.. there are flights from hanoi to luang prabang. and then on lao airlines there is flight from luang prabang to chiang mai.. one in chiang mai it is very easy to get to bangkok air asia.com

good luck ha.. all those lovely places

Re: Hanoi to Chiang Mai?

by thecooler

thankd for the information. i am thinking of maybe traveling to chiang mai from lunag prabang overland. do you know if this is possible as most information i find mentions goign in the other direction ( chiang mai to luang prabang. iwould also get the train from chiang mai to bangkok after a day or 2 trekking. also wonderign what dod i need to book to now and what may eb cheaper to arrange when im there. obviously i will have my visa in advance

thanks again

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Tai Chi at the break of dawn

by tina_vietnam

To watch Vietnamese practicing Tai Chi aound Hoan Kiem Lake early in the morning is very beautiful.
At that time of the day you might feel like hundreds of years back...just peaceful..before Hanoi wakes up and becomes busy and noisy.

Place du tertre ?

by kokoryko

Lots of tourists visiting Montmartre in Paris get solicitations to pose for a portrait they can take home as souvenir; in the streets of old Hanoi the same can be done, and on Hang Gai or Hang Manh streets, the painters work on the sidewalks; do not expect to see super artists, but in any case they draw and paint with skill and apparently their customers are mainly local tourists, but foreign tourists may get portrayed too!
Painting is an important activity in Hanoi, and if you like exotic or some original paintings it is worth to walk in the evenings on some streets (Trang Tien, Hang Gai. . . ) where a number or galleries exhibit works of local painters, some working “online” in the shops or galleries; it looks a bit like industrial production in some cases, and with artificial light, I wonder how they manage to render colours of landscapes or skies; some paints can be purchased for less than 20 US$, but prices vary in wide ranges, and art has no price, it is only a matter of sensibility and taste, and what some consider as ugly daubing is looked as masterpieces by other (well, for my taste there were interesting and nice small naïve paints, but nothing I would have paid lots of money for). There is always something to see in the streets of Hanoi, day or night.

Night Bazaar at Old Quarter

by victorwkf about Shopping Areas

Every weekend during Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights after 7pm, the main streets of the Old Quarter area (along Dong Xuan - Hang Duong - Hang Ngang - Hang Dao streets) are transformed into a lively and very crowded night bazaar with plenty of road-side stalls selling various stuff (especially ladies clothings and accesories) and food. This is a must see when you are in Hanoi, however do be careful of your belongings.

Shuttle bus aiport/centre/aiport

by hientonkin

If you dont want to pay much for the taxi from airport/centre or centre/airport. Just use the shuttle bus of Vietnam airlines.
They depart before flights 2 hours at 2 Quang Trung st. Opposite the Vietnam airlines office. Price around 2 $

Pho 24

by woosoowei

Clean, air-conditioned restaurant serves various type of Pho (clear noodle in clear soup). It opens until quite late in the evening (I came out at about 9.30pm local time, customers still coming in). I dine here on the first night of arrival in old quarter of hanoi, while not knowing whereabout of my location and still not dare to sit by the wet dirty street of old quarters to eat weird looking meat stuff. This is the place where you can safely enjoy local food without worrying much of stomach problem later. English menu available. Pho is their speciality. They have 17 types of pho, 15 of which beef and 2 chicken, price ranges from VND26,000 to VND39,000 or USD1.80 to 2.60. There's side order and dessert. Vietnamese coffee also available. I definitely will visit this restaurant again.

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