Camellia 6 Hotel
Difficult to find fault
What we say:
This place sits down a quiet alley off Dinh Liet and receives a lot of praise for its friendly service and comfortable budget rooms. The lobby is hardly well-appointed, but functional, with tables for partaking of the complimentary breakfast, internet terminals and a few secondhand books.The cheapest rooms have windows giving on to the hotel's interior, but are still good value, while the deluxe rooms feature tubs, exterior windows, and some balconies – what's more, the beds are soft and all the rooms have fridges and hairdryers. Recommended.
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Contact details:16A Trung Yen Lane, (off Dinh Liet), Hoan Kiem District. T: (04) 3926 0119 F: (04) 3828 2404
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||15 USD||15 USD|
|Deluxe- Double||20 USD||20 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 27th April, 2010
Last visited or updated on: 17th September, 2013
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Rated 4.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Good Value Hotel
The Camellia 6 hotel is in a great location,down a quiet( for Hanoi) lane and only a few minutes walk from Hoan Kiem Lake, and in the heart of the Old Quarter.The delightful young couple who manage the place are friendly and extremely helpful.
Camellia 6 Hotel reviewed by rockinraja (Total reviews: 3) on
Good rooms, GREAT service
Ahhh such friendly people! They picked us up from the airport, which was such a relief after going through the hassle of getting Visa stamped into vietnam. Drove us safely through the wild streets of Hanoi to the hotel (which is in a great location, in the center of everything). We were greeted out on the street by the woman who runs the hotel, she brought us in, let us sit down, checked us in and told us that she had our room but there was a small problem-- she brought us up to show and the problem was just that there were 2 beds pushed together instead of one big bed. No problem! She seemed so worried that we were going to flip. Her sons carried our (heavy) bags up to the room- and we were able to take a nap in the nice AC room with the **SOFTEST BEDS IN SE ASIA**!! For real, so soft. so comfortable. Softer than the bed in the room we paid $100 a night for on our honeymoon. Woke up to delicious breakfast that was included in our room rate. We walked to train station to get tickets to Sapa. Came back and she called around for us to 5 different hotels in Sapa before we found one with an open room. Such good service that we even booked our Halong Bay tour through them. & booked nights here for when we get back from Sapa & Halong Bay. Highly recommended. We felt like family.
Camellia 6 Hotel reviewed by kaede (Total reviews: 2) on
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