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The Lucky Hotels are the best places for you to stay

Posted by cbocare on 3/7/2010 at 10:57

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The Lucky Hotels are the best places for you to stay

The Lucky Hotels are exactly in the heart of the Hanoi Old Quarter. From here you can
see the beauty of Hanoi capital.

These hotels are near Hoan Kiem lake, the good symbol of Vietnam’s capital. This lake is now situated inside a complex of Ngoc Son Temple, The Huc Bridge, Pen Tower in the surroundings, making a sparkling colorful natural picture.

If you like souvenirs, you can go to some big shopping centers such as: Dong Xuan market, Vincom tower, and the other unique shops.

Many famous cinimas are around The Lucky Hotels: Megastar Cineplex, Cinimatechque, Thang Tam, The He Moi, Sinh Vien… After hard working day, you can go to the cinema to watch the film that you like.

The Lucky Hotels are suitable for you when you come to Hanoi. You will feel at home if you stay there. The staffs are the friendliest you could wish to meet in the world.

The Lucky Hotels includes 02 hotels: The Lucky Hotel and The Lucky II Hotel. They have 2 stars and well equiped. The first one is at 12 Hang Trong street and the second one is at 46 Hang Hom street, Hoan Kiem distric, Hanoi. The distance between them only a few meters and you can walk to.

Welcome to The Lucky Hotels


#1 cbocare has been a member since 3/7/2010. Posts: 1

Posted by williamtaylor on 3/7/2010 at 21:19

From the website:

"The price for Standard room is 760.000 VND per day (40 USD per day.)"

Seems ridiculously overpriced. I generally stay at places that offer the same facilities and cost about half of that.

#2 williamtaylor has been a member since 9/6/2009. Location: Japan. Posts: 29
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