Hoabinh Palace Hotel

27 Hang Be, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
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5D in Hanoi

by micmik

Am planning a holiday to Hanoi next week (kinda short notice!), and have a few questions which I hope the experienced travellers out there and assist on:

1) Is it the rainy season in Hanoi now? Will that cause major inconveniences?
2) What are the recommended places inside/outside Hanoi which I should visit in my 5 days there?
3) Recommended hotels in the places?
4) Recommended places to eat and things to do?

Thanks guys!

RE: 5D in Hanoi

by nevadovn

Now is rainy season in Hanoi. But it's hot and not always rain. It's good time to see Halong bay. If you are lucky, you can see Hanoi without rain.:))
Arround Hanoi, you should see Ninh Binh (can go 1day) or some traditional villages like Van Phuc, Bat Trang or Dong Ho...
Hotels: MAjestic Salute, De syloia Hotel, Hoa Binh palace Hotel....

RE: 5D in Hanoi

by hientonkin

Summer rain: Soon over. But hot & humid.
Use your 3 precious days at Halong & Cat Ba island then 2 ( the first & the last ) at Hanoi.
One new hotel is at soft opening time in the Old Quater, Hoa Binh Palace is kool! Good location.
Restaurant: "Quan An Ngon " at 18 Phan Boi Chau st. Big menu ,Vietnamese food & very good price. Just a bit crowded. While visit Highway 4 at 5 Hang Tre ( if you interested to try the Vietnamese alcohol & food ). Open late till night.


RE: RE: 5D in Hanoi

by luvtotravel2

I have a vietnamese friend here in Melbourne who has also recommended the Quan An Ngon restaurant so it must be good. I will be trying it within the next two weeks - woohooooo.

Question about halong bay

by toolrage

Hello everyone,

just have a quick question. i have read on the forums about many people who have used handspan travel. i emailed them about price and they quoted me like USD220. however, many people have said it only cost them USD80ish. so is that the price difference when you book in vietnam? also does anyone who of a good hotel to say in when i am in hanoi for about 3 days.

cheers and thanks in advance for your help

RE: Question about halong bay

by vuzu

I've some tips and infos on my Ha Long travel page, comments are mostly welcome. Have a nice trip.

RE: Question about halong bay

by sandrason

I suggest you visit the website of Sinh cafe or Vinasunrisetravel. They offer cheaper price.

Many cheers,

RE: Question about halong bay

by linhzom

to halongbay, let's see
you can have ur own tour guide and everything from A to Z (a 2 night trip on the boat and meals and stuff..) with 200 USD or less (my uncle told me it's about 100). If you join a cafetour (book very easily near Hoan Kiem lake), it's about 60USD or less..
good luck.
ah. for hotel you may check this website. there are 2 types: luxury and backpack travel.

RE: RE: Question about halong bay

by Gillybob

We found the Golden Key hotel in Hanoi was good. Its 2* and cost somewhere around USD30-50 a night (we were on a private tour so not exactly sure of the rate). Check out my Hanoi page for the name of the other hotel we stayed in as I can't remember it off the top of my head.

RE: Question about halong bay

by hientonkin

- Handspan: Be noticed what is included & what kind boat you are in, if you want to be in Lagoon Explorer of Tropical Sails, it's worth your money.
- Hotel : Ups to your budget. Reasonable range are Hong Ngoc 1 hotel ( front deluxe room )/ Zephyr ( superior room )/ Hoa Binh Palace ( new , central )/ Majestic Salute ( city view room ).

RE: Question about halong bay

by blanter

They have prices on their website, so I do not quite see the problem.

The price depends very much on the tour you take. I took a one-day personal tour and paid USD86 per person (two persons), that included the transfer from Hanoi and back, lunch on boat, the guide service, but not drinks on the boat. I am very much satisfied with the quality of the service.

If you want to take a three-day tour in bigger group, it might be around USD 100, but a personal tour for three days can very well come to USD 220.

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Women with Balancing Poles

by Wild_Orchid

A common sight in Vietnam are vendors in the unmistakable Vietnamese conical hat. These women walk from street to street and place to place to hawk their wares, which are usually food or fruits such as mangoes, strawberries and the local star apple.

I bought some mangoes from one of the vendors. Just carrying the 2 kilos with me to the airport and back home to Malaysia was a real chore. I guess most of us cannot imagine how hard these women work...to make a living.

Temple Trips

by Applelyn

Pick a tour from any agency in the old quarters to go out of Hanoi and most tours will have temple visit. About 70% of the population re buddhists. It is interesting to see the architecture of their temple is different from the ones in China and Thailand. The colours signifiied different aspects of life such as orange represents health etc(if i remember it correctly). Offering one incense is to offer to King of the heaven, three is to offer to heaven, earth and the God of that temple and five is to offer for the five elements: Gold, Wood, Water, Fire, Earth as in soil. All entrances to the temples will have a raised barrier to make sure that you "bowed down" as a respect to the Gods in the temples.

"Green" Hat

by imstress about Green Hat

There is a special Chinese meaning when someone says to the guy that he wore a "green hat'. Go find out about it.

But this Vietnamese Hat for the soldier is in bright green and with the famous star.

You can buy them for USD2 and below at any souvenier shop.

The airport

by SirRichard

Hanoi has a modern medium size international airport. Coming from Europe, the best deals are from the old metropolis, Paris. Air France has manyplanes to Hanoi and HCMC.
There are few Duty Free shops here, so make your shopping in the city before leaving...

nothing special

by donnabellauk about Ciao Cafe

Pretty average place, I went with some vietnamese students and they still couldnt get our food orders correct even when there was no language barrier!

Much better places to eat in Hanoi, don't bother unless you are desperate.


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Address: 27 Hang Be, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam