Thuy Nga Hotel
$12 rooms, and they're clean!
What we say:
If you only have $12 to spend on a private room with ensuite bath in Hanoi's Old Quarter, your options are few and far between, but the Thuy Nga delivers.
The hotel's outer facade isn't too enticing with its dark tinted glass windows, grubby balconies and backlit sign, but it doesn't feel so bad once you come inside. This a family-run spot and the lobby doubles as a living room with toys, shoes and knick-knacks scattered about. The good thing about family-run spots is that they're usually as well cared for, as you'd expect someone's house to be, and Thuy Nga is no different.
Each floor has two rooms, both facing the front. One has a double bed and the other has two single beds, a little more space and a tiny balcony. All rooms are basic with small beds outfitted with cheap foam mattresses, hardwood wardrobes, small and boxy TVs, air-con, fans, fridges and small, well-worn but well-kept wet bathrooms. The thin walls have a few smudges and windows are covered only by thin pieces of red fabric, but for the price, these rooms offer solid value. The location on Ta Hien is great if wanting to be in the midst of the Old Quarter action, but traffic noise will likely be an issue here so you might want to pack ear plugs.
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In depth reviewRead a more in depth review of Thuy Nga Hotel on the Travelfish blog.
Contact details:24C Ta Hien, Hoan Kiem. T: (04) 3826 6053, (0973) 043 766
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||12 USD||12 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 2nd June, 2013
Last visited or updated on: 22nd September, 2013
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