Where to Stay in Hanoi

Old Quarter

Hoan Kiem District (Old Quarter) is a congested area now the main business and tourist area in the city.

With narrow streets that are well worth exploring many of which feature specific in goods from traditional handicrafts to imported food and drink.

The area has plentiful numbers of cafes, food stalls and restaurants.

Five ***** The Oriental Jade Hotel

Four ****Hanoi Royal Palace Hotel 2Imperial Hotel & SpaMatilda Boutique and Spa Hotel

Three *** Hanoi Lotus Boutique HotelSplendid Holiday Hotel

Two **Hanoi Panda Hotel HC Old Quarter View HouseMaison d’Orient Hotel

Ba Dinh

Around 15 minutes drive from Old Quarter and home to many of the main attractions in town including the ho Chi Minh mausoleum and the One Pillar pagoda.

The area has an excellent choice of hotels, restaurants and bars that should keep most people hapy.

Five *****Lotte Hotel HanoiPan Pacific Hanoi

Four ****Grandiose Hotel & SpaHanoi Anise Hotel & SpaHong Ngoc Cochinchine Boutique Hotel & Spa

Three ***HNC Premier Hotel & ResidencesHotel Le Carnot

Two **Azumaya Hotel Kim Ma 2Bridge Lakeside Hotel HanoiEstella Residence

French Quarter

Housing a popular shopping area which includes local handicrafts through to upmarket international brands.

The area also houses a good range of hotels and restaurants.

Five *****Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi

Four ****Hanoi E Central HotelHanoi Emerald Waters Hotel & SpaHanoi Paradise Center Hotel & Spa

Three ***Antique Legend HotelConifer Boutique HotelEclipse Legend HotelHanoi HM Boutique Hotel

Two **Awa Downtown HostelHanoi Stella HotelTre House Hostel

Tay Ho

Home to West Lake a large freshwater lake, the area has an abundance of excellent restaurants, cafes, hotels and nightlife.

Five *****Elegant Suites WestlakeInterContinental Hanoi WestlakeSheraton Hanoi Hotel

Four ****Diamond Westlake SuitesSomerset West Lake Hanoi

Three ***Oakwood Residence HanoiWild Lotus Hotel

Hanoi Street, Vietnam. Credit Raissa Lara Lutolf on Unsplash
Hanoi, Vietnam. Credit Frida Aguilar Estrada on Unsplash
A busy Hanoi street. Credit Jack Young on Unsplash
Hanoi

Hanoi is a wonderful place to visit and many of the hotels are located in areas that make it easy to explore on foot

Hotel Guide

We have picked some our favourite hotels throughout Hanoi.

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