Hanoi Hotels

Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals homes - your guide to accommodations while traveling in Hanoi.
Hanoi Babylon Garden Hotel & Spa located 300m from Ngoc Son Temple and 400m from Hoan Kiem Lake. Guests can indulge in relaxing massages at The Babylon Spa, or have a good workout session in the gym room on the 5th floor.
La Dolce Vita hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the city, offering you some of the best accommodation available in Hanoi with easy access to the restaurant, shopping and nightlife areas in Hanoi’s historic Old Quarter. With its convenient location, the hotel is just 3 minutes walk to Hoan Kiem Lake and 30 minutes drive from Noi Bai International Airport
Silk Path Luxury Hanoi Hotel is in the midst of the city’s historic center and is walking distance from Hoan Kiem Lake. This area has a dense concentration of historic attractions, restaurants, and shopping.
Flower Garden Hotel is an elegant hotel that’s about a 10-minute taxi ride from Hanoi’s historic downtown. This is a busy part of the city, and you’ll have a huge selection of restaurants just steps from your door.
Melia Hotel offers a variety of services for busy travelers. It’s a large hotel and is a quick taxi ride from some of Hanoi’s top attractions and shopping.
This luxury hotel has 123 stunning rooms right next to Hoan Kiem Lake. Decor here focuses on Vietnamese art, and envelops visitors in a neoclassical fantasy.
Golden Silk Hotel is a short distance from Hanoi’s top historic attractions. These rooms have balconies that overlook Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
Pan Pacific is on the edge of the West Lake, in the midst of one of Hanoi’s upscale neighborhoods. This is an enormous hotel with a huge variety of convenient, modern amenities.
Lan Vien Hotel is just south of Hoan Kiem Lake. It offers a wide range of services and amenities for busy travelers. Go here to be a short distance from the Hanoi’s top attractions.
O’Gallery Premier Hotel is centrally located in Hanoi’s historic quarters. Spend your days during this visit wandering around the crowded streets, which have interesting architecture and bustling storefronts.