Nam Hai Hotel

55 Duong Thanh Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Very Good
58%
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Average
7%
4
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  • Couples91
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Beer in Hanoi

by NYTim

I will be in Hanoi the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of October. Anyone up for dinner or a beer?

Cheers
NYTim

Re: Beer in Hanoi

by GlobeTrekr

Wish I were there for some beers right now! I recommend you hang out upstairs at Quan Bia Minh Restaurant at 7 Dinh Liet Street in the Old Quarter and have mugs of Halida beer on tap for 10,000 VND each (about $.56 cents each!!!) Or head up to Cityview Cafe right at Hoan Kiem Lake and have some beers (pricier) out on the terrace overlooking the crazy, nonstop honking traffic.

Re: Beer in Hanoi

by NYTim

Thanks for the tip, I will surely take you up on it.

Cheers NYTim

Re: Beer in Hanoi

by Tonyviet

Mate
sound great to enjoy beer in a corner in center of the old quarter, i has brought there with local guide of Viet Vision Travel, it is not like anywhere else on the world, a lot young travelers just seating on narrow foot pass and drink beer, locally call Bia Hoi, just need to ask people where is Pho Ta Hien you will find it at the end of street

Travel Tips for Hanoi

the first quote is the deepest

by richiecdisc

It was the beginning the TET festival, Vietnam’s equivalent to New Years, Christmas and your birthday, all wrapped up in one. Needless to say, the streets were a chaotic affair, with literally streams of motorcycles carrying not only the customary full families, but also everything from refrigerators to kumquat or cherry blossom trees that are the traditional home decorations for the holiday. Though interesting, it was disconcerting. Most travelers had suggested that Hanoi was more relaxing than Saigon and indeed, we had looked forward to the old town with its narrow winding streets and countless photo opportunities. If this was the easier going big city in Vietnam, we figured we were in for a long month. It did not help that the weather was damp and cold, with little respite in our heat-less room. Despite this, we managed to enjoy the sights and especially the varied and delicious cuisine of the nation’s capital.

Normally, Hanoi would have taken us three or four days to explore but with the TET festivities in full swing, some things were not open and more importantly, travel reservations somewhat booked out. Or so we were led to believe. Our new hotel staff assured us that they could get us a much-coveted sleeper on the Hanoi-Hue run of the Reunification Express, Vietnam’s refurbished train that runs down the coast to Saigon. Their first quote was for $29 and this seemed fair enough despite being five bucks more than the backpacker bus that runs through the entire country. After checking my guide that evening, it was indeed a bit of a high quote.
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Jog around the lakes (at night)

by chefgrad

A jog trough Hanoi in the early a.m. hours will show you a very different side of the city. Noise is almost non existant. The lakes are calm, the streets are empty. You'll notice people sleeping around the lakes and parks. You will rarely catch a glimpse of that drunk tourist dude stumbling back to his hotel. Spending six months in Vietnam could've driven me mad, if it weren't for my nightly 7km jog to and around Hoan Kiem Lake.

Dong Xuan market

by aukahkay about Dong Xuan market

Dong Xuan market is located in the Old Quarter of Hanoi. Superficially, the external facade of the building looks like a railway station. When you enter the building, you will see rows of stalls selling goods like local handicrafts, kitchenware, clothes, household products, electrical products and other miscellaneous stuff. There are altogether 3 levels of such stalls. Bargaining is the order of the day. Do not be afraid to slash the price by 50% or more.
After browsing through Dong Xuan market, step outside and you are in the heart of the Old Quarter, a labyrinth of streets and lanes with shops selling a wide variety of clothes, shoes, belts, fake designer wear, Vietnamese crafts, silverware and other things. Lacquer ware: these take the form of fruit bowls, chopsticks, flower vases and jewellery boxes
Wood carvings: carvings of Vietnamese women and other objects
Vietnamese conical hats The prices are negotiable. For example, a set of 10 pairs of lacquer plated chopsticks will cost around 30000 to 50000 VND.

Apocalypse Now

by hanno about Apocalypse Now

The Apocalypse Now has been a mainstay of Hanoian Nightlife for years. Admittedly, it is full of ladies of questionable virtue, especially on weekends, but this is also where a lot of the expats hang out. A great mix of people, decent music, and cold Tiger draft! Short of coming in naked, anything goes:-))))

Taxis - from Noi Bai Airport

by myspices

When you arrive at Noi Bai Airport, a convenient way to get to Hanoi town is to hire a taxi - it's USD10/- per taxi. Maximum passengers is 4 adults.

If you are quoted a higher price, bargain for it.

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Address: 55 Duong Thanh Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam