eddie_murphy (rourtard) bonjour à tous, ce message s\'adresse notamment à mu52 et misslys, j\'étais à hanoi en novembre, dans un hotel relativement convenable ** à 25 $ la nuit + petit déj. (environ 20 € donc) il s\'agit du PRINCE HOTEL - attention : il y a trois hotels du même nom très près les uns des autres. Celui dont je vous parle est au N° 8, rue To Tich, une petite rue perpendiculaire à la rue de la soie très proche du lac de \"l\'épée restituée\" .l\'hotesse, mademoiselle hoa, parle un excellent français et se mettra en quatre pour vous aider (location de vélos, déplacements hors d\'hanoi, etc....) s\'il y a parmi vous des gens intéressés, je peux également vous donner le numéro de tél. excellent séjour
Mr. Tolyn “Nice Chinese furniture” I booked this hotel via email and I must say that this hotel sounded professional from word go. I asked them to come and collect me from the airport (i advise you to do the same throughout Vietnam as there are a lot of scams going on) which they did for US$15 ($14 with a normal taxi). I booked a single room on one of the upper floors to get as far as possible from the mayhem of Hanoi. The location of this hotel is exceptional, right in the center of the old quarter. The room was spotless and cleaned everyday, even though it was slightly on the small side (normal in hanoi by the looks of it). I would recommend this hotel to most people. If you're bothered about breakfast, this place might not be the best...(only baguette with jam, but does the trick :-) but there are loads of places to eat from only a stone's throw away.
Mr.Yakine (Japan) I stayed in this hotel for 14 days. I had room on fourth floor with small balcony. The room was clean, new and very roomy. The price was $52.00. I was very happy. Breakfast in the morning was basic but made fresh. The staff were very nice and always very polite. I recommend rooms in upper floors because it is located in the heart of the French Quarter and can be noisy due to street noise.Highly recommend!!!!
Mr Nokia Very good!