Sunny Hotel Hanoi

120 Quan Thanh Road, Hanoi, 844, Vietnam
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Very Good
25%
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12%
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Poor
12%
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50%
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Forum Posts

high and low season

by kyleaz

When are the high seasons and when are the low seasons for Hanoi and Sa Pa?
kyle

Re: high and low season

by icequeen_n_snow

Summer and around tet holidays is the high seasons. Low season is from Jan - April and from September - December

Re: high and low season

by phantuyetmai

Hello,
The high season annually start from September to the end of April next year.
The low season often fall on the summer season from May to the end of August when the weather throughout Vietnam is so hot.

Re: high and low season

by kyleaz

Do I understand you correctly that September to December in the low season in Hanoi and up in Sapa? I know that Sapa is cold in November.
We are planning on being there in November and December.
Kyle

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Taxi ride to the city

by cochinjew

Arriving at Hanoi International airport is far more pleasant than its counterpart to the south. The airport is smaller but compact and much modern. The taxi rank is outside and the price is fixed at 10 dollars to the city and seven back. courteous people and no hassling or bargaining.

Tai Chi by the lake

by SirRichard

If you come early in the morning to the banks of the Hoan Kiem Lake you will witness some scenes of locals (mainly old people) practicing this oriental exercise-philosophy. They make a nice relaxing scene, with their sloooooow movements and balanced positions...

I tried to follow them (I did 2 years of Taichi back at home), but the movements were different from the ones I knew, and I made a pathetic figure trying to follow up all the movements, so I withdrew and went for a morning coffee with a croissant!

ST. JOSEPH'S CATHEDRAL

by balhannah

St. Joseph's Cathedral to me, was a rather dull, uninspiring Church. The dull, dark Grey colour probably didn't help, nor all the power lines around it.

It opened in 1886, during the earliest days of colonial rule, and the Cathedral still holds mass twice daily.

During other hours, you can enter through a door on the side of the cathedral.

Pho Nha Chung
Hanoi, Vietnam

Thought I'd gone back in time to the 1970s

by TonyBagnall about Ho Guom Xanh

A interesting place for people watching and having a late night drink. See what the (rich) locals do on an evening out. They have acts on - singing and dancing. Cheesy groups that are like a low rent version of Steps!

Taking the train to Sapa

by lyrad

Note that there are a few train stations in Hanoi. Northbound trains to Lao Cai (Sapa) depart from Tran Quy Cap station along Le Duan street. There are also a lot of different choices on whether you want to travel in comfort (and pay a higher price), or rough it out. These range from hard seats to soft seats to hard sleepers (6 berths / cabin) to soft sleepers (4 or 2 / cabin). The better carriages are run and managed by private companies - the best being the Victoria Express (with its own private dining carriage - but is only open to guests who put up at the Victoria Hotel). Would advise early booking to avoid disappointment as we were told the Victoria Express was fully booked as far back as 6 weeks in advance. We ended up booking soft sleepers from Tulico, which were very comfortable. We were also fortunate to have excellent travel companions in our 4 berth cabin, which made the 8-10 hour journey very pleasant.

Note: you HAVE to retain your train ticket as it will be collected at the exit gates at your destination.

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