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Vietnam has always been a mystery to me and discovering Hanoi was like getting into the heart of the mystery and still being led by it continuously. We are glad to have stayed here at Rising Dragon Palace, because of all the three different times...More
we booked for 6 nights and airport pickup located in a quiet area of the old quarter
within reasonable walking distance of city and lake and night markets
where able to leave most of luggage in the the room while we did 2 day halong...More
I really enjoyed staying at the Rising Dragon Palace after staying at a couple of other places. This hotel is extremely well and has everything - excellent restaurant with room service, spa at reasonable prices, iron and board in room, good toiletries, very reasonable laundry...More
The Rising Dragon Palace was in a good location, methinks as it was quiet in the nighttime. The hotel was accessible to public vehicles, although you may have to walk a bit blocks down the street to get a cab. The rooms are clean and...More
highly recommend. they stored our bikes while we toured on foot for 3 days too. bonus:-) we also took advantage of the free airport shuttle because we stayed 3 nights. it was there to collect us as stated. hassle free and friendly.
We did the 2d 1n tour on the Paloma junk boat. The boat, food, tour guides and staff were all amazing, it was one of the highlights of Vietnam for me. Halong bay is quite a long drive (3-4) hours from Hanoi, so I would... More
We did the 2d 1n tour on the Paloma junk boat. The boat, food, tour guides and staff were all amazing, it was one of the highlights of Vietnam for me. Halong bay is quite a long drive (3-4) hours from Hanoi, so I would recommend spending at least one night on the boat, a day trip would be too much time on a minibus and not enough in Halong bay.