Rosaliza Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

15 Tran Quoc Toan Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, 00000, Vietnam
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo83
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

Where to buy cheap Adidas/Nike/etc sport shoes in Hanoi?

by Frenchpromo


Where can I buy cheap sport shoes in Hanoi? Are they reproduction or original?


Re: Where to buy cheap Adidas/Nike/etc sport shoes in Hanoi?

by globetrott

even the books in german language that I bought there were fake and simply photocopies of the real books. I got them for a good price from nice girls in the street, they were packed in plastic and looked perfect from outside.
Even when your brand-sport-shoes are maybe produced there,you will hardly get the real ones for a cheap price !
b.t.w. in many countries fake products are taken away by the police & customs. In Italy you even pay 1000 euro extra,while the merchants of these products can continue to sell them...

Re: Where to buy cheap Adidas/Nike/etc sport shoes in Hanoi?

by wanderlert

Look for these items on the Trinh Hoai Duc street (also Nguyen Thai Hoc street nearby), there're various types of sport accessories for sale, both fake and origin. I think you know how to get it cheap

Re: Where to buy cheap Adidas/Nike/etc sport shoes in Hanoi?

by bcatton

There simply aren't many places to buy original sports shoes, the need for them in Viet Nam is minimal. I think there was an official Nike store in Trang Tien Plaza (you can't miss it, right beside Hoan Kiem Lake).
Although many sports brands may have their shoes made here, they don't tend to sell many of them in Viet Nam; they export them to other countries.
One last thing; the vast majority of items bought by Vietnamese people are fake.

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Hanoi is a City of Young People

by AKtravelers

Not surprisingly, Hanoi, like the rest of Vietnam, is full of young people. About 70% of the population was born after the end of all the wars in 1975. With peace came a baby boom. Youth and energy are the sign of the new Vietnam, and this is on display in Hanoi. This may also explain what still seems like a small number of upscale restaurants, shops and bars -- people under 33 generally haven't earned lots of money yet. But they will!!
The good news is that, for most Americans, the war is part of history and most of the people seem anxious to get to their future prosperity rather than worry about holding grudges from the past (though frankly, it's easier for the Vietnamese not to hold a grudge because they won after all!)


by balhannah

In Vietnam, you will see a lot of Snake Or Scorpion wine for sale at Tourist shops. These can be bought in all size bottles, and are very attractive to buy for a 'DIFFERENT SOUVENIR'
The small bottles only cost $1 - $2.

Just be aware of what you can bring back into your home country.
You may not be allowed to take it home, and end up losing it at customs!

At least it is cheap, so declare, and see what happens, it makes a good talking point!

Halong Bay - Sung Sot Cave

by King_Golo

Sung Sot Cave, in English "The Amazing Cave", is a huge cave on one of Halong Bay's 3000 islands. A large number of organized tours stop there anyway, but if not, try to go there on your own. The cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as other interesting rock formations. The bigger ones of them are said to be part of legends. For instance, there's a rock that resembles a giant tortoise (like the one in Ho Hoan Kiem, Hanoi) and another one looks like a woman wearing the traditional Ao Dai.

Just go because of the threat

by largerama about Half Moon Half Noodle

Good music selection with tons of choice if you just go up and ask, this is a laid back, backstreet bar that's got cool decor and a real good crowd. Drinks are fairly priced and you just cant beat that sign outside (see pic).

There is a tv showing sport and they give you snacks. Dont be daft its a backstreet bar in Hanoi.

Noi Bai Airport

by Etoile2B

Setting foot in the Hanoi Noi Bai Airport I was instantly reminded that I was in a Communist country. There is a definite military presence throughout. In fact we flew out of the Hanoi airport on our way to Ho Chi Mein City and had time to kill early in the morning. We were both exhausted and I leaned up against Marc to get a little rest and I was harshly reprimanded by a Communist official, so watch yourself. Getting through customs wasn’t as difficult as we thought, but make sure you have all you paperwork in order to expedite the process, as they are very strict. This airport offers no frills, but it was easy to find our taxi into the city. Also be aware that the airport is 28 miles (45 km) from the city and takes about 30 to 45 minutes by taxi. The public city bus does run to and from the airport but takes about an hour. It costs 5000 VND (about 30 cents US) and runs from 5am to 10pm daily. The minibuses cost 32000 VND ($2 US) but they only leave after the bus is entirely full. Taxis cost about $12 US.


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Address: 15 Tran Quoc Toan Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, 00000, Vietnam