Old Quarter

4.14115 Votes Currently Open
  • Address: Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Restaurant, Leisure, Market, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
Tickets From $30.17

Wander along the streets of Old Quarter to really experience the inherent charm of Hanoi. The pulse of the city, the Old quarter is full of typical Vietnamese sights and scenes. It is an area well-known for the history, the architecture, the enormous amount and diversity of products and even the everyday life of its residents. Visitors will certainly be eager to wander along the old streets to drop by stores and buy specialties. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Hanoi itinerary 2 days.

Old Quarter Travel Tips

  • There are a number of streets that renamed after the wares they sell. For instance, shoe street, silk street etc.

How to Reach Old Quarter

  • There are number of bus stops on every street of Old Quarter.

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  • Old Quarter Address: Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Old Quarter Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit Old Quarter(preferred time): 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Old Quarter: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Hanoi include Old Quarter in their plan

  • 72.09% of people start their Old Quarter visit around 5 PM - 6 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Old Quarter

Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday

74.8% of people prefer walking in order to reach Old Quarter

People normally club together Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre and Hang Gai Street while planning their visit to Old Quarter.

People also prefer to end their day with Old Quarter.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Old Quarter Reviews & Ratings

  • Rooms could be cleaner and a bit more modern but the staff are brilliant, very helpful and friendly. Brilliant value

  • Love this place! Staff is amazing room is spacious and clean. The best bed I’ve ever slept on in Vietnam! And incredible view!

  • The location is great and the staff is very friendly. However, there is major misrepresentation of the hotel in the photos/description online which suggested a boutique hotel with all the amenities and these were some awful beds. For the price it’s not worth it. The beds felt like thinly padded box springs. This is more like a hostel, which are amazing and where I normally stay. But I was looking for something a bit nicer for me and my mom who is pushing 70 and these were not hostel prices. We ended up moving hotels and only stayed one night. We had booked and paid for 5 nights. When checking out late the next day we did ask if there was anyway to get a partial reimbursement for the later days. They declined and said they would still charge the entire amount. I do understand there are cancellation consequences. They offered to show us another room but we declined due to our frustrations of there being such misrepresentation on the site to begin with and assuming the beds are the same in each room. They make no mention online about the children’s store that now occupies half the lobby. Or how the bathroom exterior wall was made of glass and the door doesn't have frosting for privacy. Again, it is a great location so if you are used to hostels and do not mind a solid bed it is an upgrade. However we didn’t pay private room rates for a hostel so between that and the bed was my issue.

  • Comfortable, friendly and close to a lot of Old Quarter places. The staff are friendly, on the ball and the Concierge speaks good English and is very knowledgeable. The breakfast cook served up the best cooked bacon I've had anywhere in Asia! Even though the hotel is close to an expressway interchange the huge room was reasonably quiet thanks to the double glazing and thick walls. I'd be happy to stay here again.

  • Our room was spacious, with 2 windows not overlooking any great view but appreciated the breathing space. Disliked the toilet though. A glass see through slider door that didn't even close properly. Does anyone think everyone want to be visible while having to perform your daily bodily functions? The breakfast area is rather cramped. Options limited and although they indicate you welcome to ask for more coffee (served in the usual mini cups found all over Vietnam) they expressed surprised when I requested a refill.

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