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Art Trendy Hotel
One of Hanoi's newer hotels, Art Trendy enjoys a quiet location on the western edge of the Old Quarter. Rooms are stylish and relatively spacious, and there's a real can-do attitude and friendly style from all the exceptional staff...
Hanoi Elite Hotel
It’s surprising what you can find in the most narrow and hidden-away of lanes in the Old Quarter...
Maison D'ha Noi Hanova Hotel
Adopting the attention to detail of the boutique-hotel concept but adapting it to a large Old Quarter structure, this impressive new place has 55 rooms, all with a distinctive Oriental design...
Trendy decor, switched-on staff who speak excellent English, and spacious bedrooms all conspire to make this one of central Hanoi’s best hotels...
The contemporary rooms here boast sharp lines and subtle trim. Has a small gym and a great location.
Opening in late 2008, this fashionable, modern hotel has a prime position on happening Xuan Dieu facing the West Lake. There are four price categories (though all adopt a minimalist style with modish furniture and flat-screen TV)...
Viet Fun Hotel
Located near the vibrant corner of Ma May and Hang Chinh Sts in the heart of Hanoi's Old Quarter, the Viet Fun will appeal to those for whom size matters almost as much as money...
Rising Dragon Hostel
The attentive, helpful staff and spacious rooms make this place, though those at the rear only have a tiny (or no) window and there’s no lift.
This budget hotel near St Joseph Cathedral has spacious and light rooms in an almost tranquil location (by Old Quarter standards anyway). A second branch is nearby.
Impressive in name and impressive in nature, with clean and cosy rooms and a top-notch location.
Hanoi Rendezvous Hostel
Deliciously close to several brilliant street-food places, Hanoi Rendezvous features spacious rooms, friendly staff and well-run tours to Halong Bay, Cat Ba Island and Sapa.
May De Ville Backpackers Hostel
A short walk from Ta Hien's bars, May De Ville is one of Hanoi's best hostels. Dorms are spotless and there's also a movie room. Doubles are also good value.
Tu Linh Palace Hotel
Clean and spacious rooms in a less busy area of the Old Quarter. Wooden floors and modern Asian design add up to a chic ambience; the bathrooms in the deluxe rooms are especially stylish.
Hanoi Lucky Guesthouse
Tucked away on quiet P Bat Su, the Hanoi Lucky Guesthouse is a bustling little spot with an eager young English-speaking crew on reception. Rooms are simple but very clean.
Hilton Hanoi Opera
Built in 1998, this impressive neoclassical edifice blends in well with its surroundings, especially the adjacent Opera House. Rooms are spacious and plush, and both business and leisure facilities – including a gym and a pool – are impressive.
Classic Street Hotel
This place on ever-busy Hang Be has cosy rooms with large beds and satellite TV. Plenty of paintings and ceramics brighten up the communal spaces and corridors.
Hanoi Elegance Diamond Hotel
With large rooms, each kitted out with a computer, wooden floors, modern furniture and cable TV, this is a solid choice.
Hotel Nikko Hanoi
Sixteen-storey luxury hotel with a renowned Japanese restaurant, and the Sky Lounge bar here has panoramic city views...
A hip hotel overlooking St Joseph Cathedral in the Old Quarter's smartest enclave. The design is outstanding, combining the historic features of the building – wrought-iron and window shutters – with Japanese-influenced interiors and modern gadgetry...
Sheraton Hanoi Hotel
Rooms enjoy sweeping views over West Lake and the hotel is a short walk from the trendy Xuan Dieu strip.
Popular little hotel with 10 neat rooms, some with lake views.
Prince 1 Hotel
The original Prince hotel has a grand-looking lobby, helpful staff and large rooms with imposing Chinese carved furniture and all the trimmings (including TV and minibar).