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When it comes to Hanoi hotels around the Old Quarter, there are some popular names among the tourists such as Hanoi Lucky hotel, Bach Tung Diep hotel, Maison D' Hanova Hanoi hotel, Allura hotel, Mike Hanoi hotel,...

The price range is often between $25 - $35 per night. However, you should prepare to expect a not-big room with decent facilities as these hotels place their focus on prices, warm and friendly services rather than deluxe rooms and furniture.

Most of the Old Quarter Hanoi hotels are built in the colonial and boutique style. Standing on a small balcony on the third or fourth floor to look down the small streets gradually overflowing with motorbikes and street vendors one early morning and you can sense the peacefulness and aliveness gently flooding over your body and mind.

Published on 2/28/11

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