Little Hanoi Hostel Reviews
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Great hostel, clean, nice athmosphere, free coffee tea & fresh fruit all day long. funny and helpfull staff! great place to stay in Hanoi.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Great hostel and fantastic staff- really good to help organise tours to Sapa. Great location in the old quarter too
Amazing hostel!!!! Kim on reception is the most wonderful vietnemese person iv ever met! She knows everything about Vietnam and will share all her knowledge with you! And she will look after you like your royalty! The place is awesome! Stay here!
Lovely place with a great atmosphere! Staff people always keen to help you throughout your whole stay in Vietnam. Could not be more satisfied of a hostel. I totally recommend it to anyone going to Hanoi anytime soon.
Very friendly stuff gave us a lot helpful information.
Best hostel I've stayed at in a long time! The staff are friendly and helpful. The beds are comfortable, each with their own light and power outlet and a secure locker for each guest, a TV in the room, and a clean en suite with hot water. Tea, coffee and fruit available free all day, and the breakfast options are vast and tasty.The en suite had a bad smell at times due to the drainage system, and the noise from the kitchen and breakfast area travels to the ground floor dorm which can wake you up
Excellent place to stay! The staff will make everything to make your stay at Hanoi the best!
Cool hostel. Friendly staff. I felt welcome from the moment I crossed the door, and met a bunch of fellow travelers in the lobby/snack bar area where we planned some improv activities in the city, including a food tour with Awesome Travel which the hostel set up for us. Well placed in the city – roughly 6-7 minute walk from the lake and main fresh beer “Bia Hoi” street (0,25 USD per glass) – and not as obnoxious and full of college meatheads as the backpacker's hostel downtown.