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hanoi hotel

Posted by kerrysimon on 18/1/2011 at 05:23

hi! my husband and i are flying into hanoi april 1st and want to spend our first 2 nights in a nice hotel with a pool. (roughing it the rest of the trip :) thinking about the intercontinental westlake and the sheraton hanoi. i think the sofitel is bit overpriced from what i see on their website, but not ruling it out if it really is amazing. any ideas or opinions? thanks!

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Posted by jackdsilva12 on 18/1/2011 at 15:22

I think you should stay in Jysk Hotel in Hanoi it is a hot-spot for tourists from all over the world.

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Posted by duong on 18/1/2011 at 15:36

Posted from within Vietnam.

I suggest you should stay at Intercontinental West Lake Hanoi hotel. It is a very nice 5 star hotel. Beside that, the cost is quite resonable.


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Posted by daawgon on 19/1/2011 at 02:34

While those hotels are very nice, the problem in Hanoi is location (most traveler's appreciate the Old Quarter, and West Lake is quite some distance from there - Hanoi cabs can be a real pain with all the scams! I suggest you stay at one of the new 3 or 4 star properties in the Old Qtr, and save the "pool" hotel for Hoi An. I suggest the new Art Hotel or one of the Elegance hotels - look at the reviews at Tripadvisor,

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Posted by egg1964 on 19/1/2011 at 16:11

Hi There, we have booked the Hanoi Moment, and the reviews have been terrific, we cannot wait

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