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Hanoi Elite Hotel
It’s surprising what you can find in the most narrow and hidden-away of lanes in the Old Quarter...
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...
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.
Recently relocated to bustling P Ma May, the Hanoi Guesthouse has newly decorated rooms, and a very central location right in the middle of all the action, with bars, restaurants, travel agencies and shopping right outside.
Popular little hotel with 10 neat rooms, some with lake views.
Camel City Hotel
A family owned operation in a quiet lane just a short walk from the after-dark attractions on P Ta Hien. Rooms are trimmed with Asian design touches and service is friendly.
Thien Trang Hotel
This place enjoys a quiet location in the stylish Nha Tho area. Its spacious rooms retain a degree of period character alongside somewhat less pleasing modern additions.
M.O.D Palace Hotel
Owned and operated by the military, and though it’s certainly not a palace it’s far from a boot camp. Rooms are large and in decent shape, with wi-fi and two double beds, and the linen is good quality. There’s an impressive pool.
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).
Golden Lotus Hotel
An elegant, polished lobby sets the tone at this atmospheric little hotel, which blends Eastern flavours and Western chic...
Hanoi Stars Hotel
The attention to detail here is excellent, with well-trained, English-speaking staff and attractive, spacious rooms benefiting from good quality beds and linen, fridge and laminate flooring...
On the western edge of the Old Quarter, P Hang Dieu has good-value midrange hotels. The Nova exemplifies what any place in this part of town needs to offer: spacious bedrooms, balcony views and spotless modern bathrooms.
Hanoi Hostel 2
It's same, same but not really different at the Hanoi Hostel's second Old Quarter location. Still clean and well-run, and with the option of a private family room for four people (US$25).
Hanoi Boutique 2 Hotel
Smart mini-hotel with attentive staff, a bar and restaurant.
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.