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I've now stayed at Rising Dragon Grand Hotel 3 times and have sent several friends here also. I've since moved to Hanoi but continue to visit and socialise with the hotel staff whom I now count as personal friends. I'd highly recommend that you stay...More
I stayed here for three nights during my trip to Vietnam and I was really pleased with my travel agents choice.
The staff were really friendly and easy to understand.
The location was really central and close to pretty much everything you need. There were...More
Comfortable, clean and convenient. The staff were great, and very helpful. The breakfasts were excellent.
We had rainy weather, which meant no rooftop meals for us, but they do room service, which was prompt and tasty.
The markets are close, and you can walk to...More
I have now stayed at this hotel twice in the past 12 months and I'll continue to make this part of any future travel to Hanoi. The reasons are simple: great location tucked away in a small side street, close proximity to one of the...More
My sister booked this hotel for me away from the hustle and bustle of the main streets of Hanoi. The rooms are spacious, very clean, quiet and the service is impeccable. I came to Vietnam to deal with my dad who had a stroke here...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... 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.