Bamboo Hotel Vietnam

Welcome


We are proudly a locally run Hotel and Travel business located in the heart of Hanoi.


Directly across the street from the famous Le Pub, our hotel and travel office is situated in the heart of Hanoi's restuarant and market district. Less than two minutes walk from Hoan Kiem Lake and ten minutes to the old quarter.


Temples and colonial heritage abound, we look forward to sharing our local knowledge with you


Our Hotel


Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, our goal is to make your trip easy and enjoyable!


All our rooms are air-conditioned and offer you a great place to relax away from the heat, hustle and bustle of Hanoi street life as you require between ventures.


Our Rates



Transfers


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Hanoi


Imagine a city where the exotic chic of old Asia blends with the dynamic face of new Asia. Where the medieval and modern co-exist. A city with a blend of Parisian grace and Asian pace, an architectural museum piece evolving in harmony with its history, rather than bulldozing through like many of the region’s capitals. Hanoi is where imagination becomes reality.


A mass of motorbikes swarms through the tangled web of streets that is the Old Quarter, a cauldron of commerce for almost 1000 years and still the best place to check the pulse of this resurgent city. Hawkers in conical hats ply their wares, locals sip coffee and bia hoi (beer) watching life (and plenty of tourists) pass them by. Witness synchronised t’ai chi at dawn on the shores of Hoan Kiem Lake while goateed grandfathers tug at their wisps over the next chess move. See the bold and beautiful dine at designer restaurants and cut the latest moves on the dance floor. Hanoi has it all: the ancient history, a colonial legacy and a modern outlook. There is no better place to untangle the paradox that is modern Vietnam.


The grand old dame of Asia, Hanoi lay in a deep slumber after Vietnam’s partition in 1954 until the effects of economic reforms kicked in four decades later. The city survived American bombs and Russian planners to emerge relatively unscathed in the early 1990s as an example of a French-conceived colonial city. Huge mansions line grand boulevards, and lakes and parks dot the city, providing a romantic backdrop to the nonstop soundtrack. There are still moments of Paris, as the smell of baguettes and café au lait permeates street corners.


Known by many names down the centuries, Thanh Long (City of the Soaring Dragon) is the most evocative, and let there be no doubt that this dragon is on the up once more.