There are hundreds of hotels in Hanoi – a busy capital of Vietnam. Some are modem, some are boutique. Here are top 10 boutique hotels in Hanoi for your reference.
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Y Lan Guesthouse
Address: 29 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam
This is one of the most authentic homestay in Vietnam, located on a busy main street of Hanoi. There is a French Quarter behind a thick door of busy boulevard in Hanoi. Everything seems to be very opposite. The corner is very quiet, modest, which faces a 150-year-old temple. This temple is fronted with ancient wooden columns and orange lanterns. You can enjoy peaceful minutes here.
Address: 26 Ngo Huyen, Hang Trong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
Located in a tiny alley in the south of Hanoi Old Quarter, this boutique hotel was architect-designed which is full of handcrafted furniture, bamboo furniture, red lacquer lamps and bamboo shades. There are 12 rooms, named according to spices as ginger, cinnamon…. The hotel was opened in March, 2013, surrounded by the best restaurants of Hanoi, including famous Vietnamese establishment Madame Hien, Petit Petit Bruxelles, Salsa, Marilyn and Mediterraneo.
La Maison Hai Ly
The hotel has 18th-century architecture. It take 15 minute from the hotel to Hanoi Old Quarter. You can find here the rural peaceful feeling with its garden of banana and orchids. The house is transplanted with a low and titled roof tipped with circular ceramics. In winter, you are kept cosy with cottage wood burner, and kept cool in the summer with green garden wall. Vietnamese meals are served as breakfast with seasonal vegetables from a nearby market garden.
St Joseph’s Hang Da – Top boutique hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam
Address: 6 Duong Thanh, Cua Dong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
This is a modest and minimalist hotel, with modern nine rooms, which is a good place for travellers. In breakfast room, there’s a large front window looking out on to busy and non-touristy Duong Thanh street, an arrow straight street of Hanoi Old Quarter. Breakfast is served with cereals, fruit, pancakes (Vietnam famous food), French toast and Vietnamese noodle soup (phở), in delicate ceramics. The hotel is opposite ti Hanoi’s best pan fried fish cake (chả cá) restaurants – famous food in Vietnam (address at No. 19-21).
Le Hong Thai is a Hanoi’s artist. He fashioned the mini bonsai garden and top floor as a homestay on the foundations of old house in Long Bien district, 15 minutes from downtown by taxi across the Red River. It’s attractive with central fireplace, huge open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen. All walls are hung with Mr. Thai’s paintings. There’s an artfully placed object after each column such as vintage sewing machine or and old lampshade. A grand piano is placed upstairs, in an open studio.