Accommodation can be considered the far most important case for international tourists during their visit in Vietnam. Please have a look at the suggestion as below for the best hotel in Hanoi.
Lotte hotel Hanoi
Located in Ba Dinh District, Lotte Hotel Hanoi is just a few minutes from Lotte Center Hanoi and Embassy of Japan with facilities of 1289 square meters, including spacious meeting rooms, the Hotel is just awesome. All kind of wired Internet access, a business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services are fully provided here so if you want to hold an event in Hanoi, this hotel is the perfect choice. A round-trip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours). Besides, it is also free to park vehicle during events in the hotel’s parking lots.
Somerset Grand Hanoi
Somerset Grand Hanoi is a top-class, towering serviced apartment located in Hoan Kiem District –a business district close to several of the city’s key attractions such as the ever-fascinating Old Quarter with its colorful shops, friendly bars and many restaurants. From the hotels, you just need to travel few minute to One Pillar Pagoda and Thang Long Water Puppet Theater. It also pretty close to Noi Bai International Airport.Somerset offers clients several choices, it is extremely suitable if you want to book a room for a family because room size raging from 64sqm to 162sqm and apartment categories fall into One-Bedroom Deluxe, Two-Bedroom Deluxe, Three-Bedroom Deluxe, Three-Bedroom Executive. You can consider these information for your trip.
The Light Hotel
Located in the center of Hanoi, steps from Hang Da Market and minutes away from Vietnamese National Tuong Theater. Customers will be provided with Internet access, and limo/town car service. Meeting room and Conference center are consisted in the general layout of this hotel. Guests may use a round-trip airport shuttle and a train station pick-up service as a surcharge.
La Maison Hai Ly
If you want to spend time in the traditional and peaceful place, La Maison perfectly suits. Just 15 minutes from Hanoi’s Old Quarter yet it look calm like Vietnamese country in 18th century,with a garden of tropical fruit like banana, mango trees, etc. The house’s tile is tipped with circular blue ceramics, transplanted from Hoi An – already well-known for best-quality ceramic. In winter, the house is lightened up by small spot of fire any cottage wood. Breakfast is served in Vietnamese cuisine, using herbs and seasonal vegetables from a nearby market garden.
Golden Silk has long been known for its spacious, comfortable room and giant bed sets, making it one of the top list hotels in Hanoi. Its position – in the middle of busy Hang Gai (Silk Street) – also perfect for those want to go shopping in Hanoi. Stepping in the room, you can immediately fell the appearance of silver in nearly all shades, bringing pleasant and courteous felling to customers. All the floor are made of rose wood, brushed silver velvet armchairs, lacquer-and-shell bedside lamps and silvery wallpaper.
If you plan to visit Vietnam and spend the whole trip on above-mentioned hotels, a Vietnam visa will be required if your nationalities are not included in Vietnam visa exemption list. In the following part, we provide you the answer to question – “How much is a visa to Vietnam” , in case apply for Vietnam Visa on Arrival (VOA).
There are 2 main ways to get Vietnam visa, but the price for visa at Embassy is not widely published, and consist of other extra fees. As for VOA, the price only include service fee and stamping fee, of which service fee is paid for service provider to get approval letter, and stamping fee is paid for custom officers at the international airports to get visa stamped on original passport. A reliable address to check such price we recommend here is Vietnam-visa.com, with over 10 years of experience and over 200,000 clients reported so far.