Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10 Bat Dan Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples72
  • Solo70
  • Business83

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Quoc Hoa hotel Hanoi

by 2john

Hi I am thinking of staying at the Quoc Hoa hotel. Has anyone stayed that the hotel, or has anyone got some information about the place

Re: Quoc Hoa hotel Hanoi

by NamSumo

My friend used to stay there during his visit in Hanoi. If you walk from this hotel to the lake in Hanoi center, it would take 10 minutes.

Not going to waste your time - good hotel in Hanoi ASAP

by jeffmartinartist

Flying out of Sydney very soon (24hrs) Need to decide on best value for money v experience hotel in Hanoi. Not interested in Blaaaa..... want to meet locals and have clean good food experience.
thanks in advance, jeff

Re: Not going to waste your time - good hotel in Hanoi ASAP

by Jontxu

I stayed at the quoc hoa hotel, is located in the old quarter, is clean, and nice, the location is great.

Re: Not going to waste your time - good hotel in Hanoi ASAP

by thisit811

I highly recommended Hanoi Elegance Hotel 2. Iit a boutique Hotel in the middle of Old French Quater. The hotel located in a great location for shooping, restuarants, travel agents.
Room is very clean & comfortable, good breakfast and great service. All staffs are very friendly & helpful.
85 Ma May St. Hoan Kiem Dist.
Email: info@hanoielegancehotel.com


by mthl79

Hi all,

I have look through the web and saw this hotel "Hello Vietnam Hotel Hanoi" the review was really good, however if anyone here have stayed here before, would like your feedback, or if you would recommend others (I am on a budget when it comes to hotels) thanks

Re: Hotels

by GlobeTrekr

Never stayed there but I HIGHLY recommend:

Hanoi Guesthouse
14 Bat Su Street
Old Quarter, Hanoi

I booked through hostelworld.com (I also do budget hotels) and at $15 USD/night for a double private ensuite with free breakfast and internet it was beautiful. Stayed there in Feb. 2009 and am definitely returning. Ms. Linh, Hang and the entire staff always go out of there way to give you an excellent stay.

Re: Hotels

by olaga

I stayed at Stars Hotel in Bat Su Street at the same street ( Hanoi Guest house). However, Stars hotel has private computer in your room with the same rate: USD15/night/room.

Stars Hotel
26 Bat Su Street
Old Quarter, Hanoi

I booked through hotels-in-vietnam.com free breakfast and private computer in your room with internet.

Re: Hotels

by Kienhappyland

You should check for feedback from that hotel before you book. Most of customer usually check from : www.tripadvisor.com
I got many good feedback from my friends for : Hanoi Elegance hotel, Phudo Hotel, Quoc Hoa hotel, Duc Thai hotel...etc. All those hotel have very good location, clean and very good service. You can have look through there website and book directly with them to save money.
Hope this helpful.
Kien Trung

Re: Hotels

by mthl79

thanks for the info, will definitely check out the hotels recommended

Re: Hotels

by robertmichaelpecci

As for hotels, the closer you are to the center of Distric 1 the more costly they are. As a tourist you can expect to pay over double. My wife is Vietnamese and she always gets us a great room for $20.00/night. If possible try to make a Vietnamese friend to find you a hotel and make the deal as you keep out of sight. Don't be shocked when the hotel asks to keep your passport/Visa as this is the law. Pretty much anytime you buy, rent, eat, you will pay the tourist price. When you eat out you will be handed a English menu, however if you ask for both (Eng + VN) menu, you can find what you want then order it from the VN menu and you will save a great deal.

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Close Kin

by Wild_Orchid

Driving from Hanoi to Halong, we noticed that right in the middle of some paddy & vegetable fields there were some red and white tombs. There were some large & tall ones and some smaller ones.

I didn't ask the tour guide for any explanation but I guess that there are some close kin of those who own the farms who are buried there, close to where they had lived and worked.

A few kind VT'ers have since explained to me that it is a common sight in Vietnam to have family members buried because in the fields where the family lives and works. Of course with modernity, it is become less common, but the older graves are still there, out in the middle of the open fields.

THE Velosolex.

by kokoryko

In France this sort of bike (a brand name) is called “Solex”. This sort of bike with the engine above the front wheel, transmitting the movement from the (two cycles) engine to the wheel with a cast-iron roller was very popular in France from the fifties to seventies. It was always black, had a terrific design, was reliable (despite the weight on front), and was very easy to get in movement when it ran out of fuel; it could be used as a regular bike.
I was very surprised and happily delighted to see this one in the show window of a . . . furniture shop on the north end of Ku Pho Cho (Old quarter), on Hang Dau street.
Nowadays, this bike is a vintage bike, this one here very well renovated. . . .

Dong Xuan market

by Ladyfromasia

The oldest & largest market in Hanoi. You can find many cheap things and alots of local products on 3 wide floors, 9000m2 each. There also are many vendors arounds the market and maybe you may find some interesting things.
Be careful with the pickpocket there as the market is very crowded everytime!

This is the friendship border...

by l_joo

This is the friendship border between Vietnam and China. Wow!! is my feeling. This photo is still in the land of Vietnam before crossing. The taxi driver begins to tell us how those locals crossing by using the jungle trail just beside the custom checkpoint. Anyway we don't need that....

Paris Deli

by donnaku about Paris Deli

Very close to my hotel, Hilton Hanoi and my office there at Ly Thai To street, this place is very convenient for lunch and dinner.
Waitresses are very welcome, despite their "mediocre english".
I like the ambience very much. They also play nice music. I love their mango smoothies.


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Address: 10 Bat Dan Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam