North Hotel No 2 Hanoi

5B Tam Thuong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, 10000, Vietnam
North Hotel No. 2
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45%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
9%
1
Very Good
0%
0
Average
36%
4
Poor
18%
2
Terrible
36%
4

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Forum Posts

Gia Thinh Hotel

by Jinglebells5

Hi fellow VT's.
My wife & I are staying at the Gia Thinh Hotel 15 - 17 Feb & 19 - 21 Feb. If anyone would like to catch up for a drink or meal please drop me an email at johngor195@hotmail.com.
If anyone has stayed at the Gia Thinh can you recommend any particular rooms.

Re: Gia Thinh Hotel

by daawgon

The Gia is my favorite guesthouse in Hanoi - a true bargain. I stayed in #303 last time and was well satisfied. I'm coming again in March and wouldn't mind the same room. I think the superior rooms in back (the #3 room) are best - quiet and just the right size. The #1 room/balcony can be noisy at times - so I'm told, and no one wants the #2 room - tiny and the single window faces a brick wall. Make sure they meet your plane - $16. The breakfast is really nice, and the staff there are so professional for a 2.5* place. I think you'll be singing the praises of the Gia too soon. Be sure you review on Tripadvisor and others. I also think the location is just about the most ideal in all of Hanoi. You'll love Hanoi!

Re: Gia Thinh Hotel

by ellielou

Where is this? I'll be in Hanoi next week and staying at my favorite hotel, The Win, but always eager to check out other places.

Re: Gia Thinh Hotel

by daawgon

The Gia is on Hang Bac at Ma May Street, Old Quarter

Travel Tips for Hanoi

The Origin of Water Puppetry

by muddybok

Before the Water Puppetry makes it to theater and made known to international market, it is just a form of entertainment for local farmer during the flooding season of the fields.

It was much later played in some ceremonies and eventually makes it to theater.

Early bird!

by hientonkin

Vendors selling flowers along the streets are often been seen in Hanoi. But have you ever wonder how the flower market would be? It's bizzare, big hub between flower growers and retailers- romantic hustle and bustle.
Open daily from 2:00 to 7:00 am in Au Co st. Just go until you meet the crowd.

Fabulous Ceramics!

by DoubleX about 'Pottery Village'

'Pottery Village' lies some half an hours travel by car east of Hanoi. This 'village' consists of two small roads full of crafft shops, workshops and even small 'factories'. They all are producing and selling only ceramics - and with almost ridiculous prices! If this place was almost anywhere elsi, it would be a big hit. It will be also in Hanoi after some time, so hurry up! Ceramics in all shapes. Less than you ever can image.

Going around Hanoi

by frederick4377

The best part about Hanoi is almost all the tourist attractions are in Old Quarters. If you are staying in the vicinity, you can go about everywhere by feet. If you plan to travel out of Old Quarter, my best pick will be taxi. Get a taxi through the hotel concierge if you can. A 6km taxi ride cost around VND60,000 (~USD4). Anything more than that can be considered a rip-off. It will be advisable to plan the trip with a two-way taxi. It may cost slightly more but you can at least be sure that you don't get cheated.
Another mode of transportation is the cyclo. This is definitely a must-try for any tourist and the experience on the cycle is definitely unforgettable. However, be prepared to pay a hefty price for it. My family took 2 cyclos for a 3km ride and we ended up paying USD6 for the short ride!

Buffet on the Second Floor of the Hilton Opera

by fwadswo

Ate lunch at the buffet on the second floor of the Hanoi Opera Hilton in March 2008. The food was the best I have ever had at a buffet. Outstanding service to go along with the excellent selection of food. I was unable to try everything in the two days but enjoyed every food, fruit, and dessert I tried.

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