Bed and Breakfasts in Thanh Pho Ha Long, Ha Long, Vietnam, Asia

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Halo Bay Homestay

Hostel - 5.15km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

Which hotel or hostel should I choose for my valuable trip in Halong? It is the most asked question and the hardest question to answer when you plan to go to a new place and you know nothing about. But, don't worry we are here to help you sorting it out....

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Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Ha Long Fancy Hostel

Hostel - 1.63km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

Ha Long Fancy Hostel offers cozy rooms with free Wi-Fi.

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Prices from €3
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

BBQ Hostel Ha Long

Hostel - 6.16km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

BBQ Hostel is located in the heart of Ha Long City where is the perfect place to stop before Ha Long Bay tour. - Our Hostel has 10 rooms: double room, Family room, Twins room, and Dorm room included 21 beds for 30 guests. - Rooms equipped with air-conditioning...

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Prices from €5
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Linda Boutique Homestay

Hostel - 4.16km from city centre - Show on map
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

Linda Boutique Homestay is located in Halong bay city, in our building have all good facility such as an outdoor swimming pool, Gym, Supermarket, coffee shop, a Vietnamese restaurant. Our apartment is very nice & modern decoration, every room has a TV with...

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Prices from €7
Nice Location
Excellent Cleanliness

Thien Duong Motel

Hostel - 8.13km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

Set in the Tuan Chau district of Ha Long. Thien Duong Motel provides rooms with air-conditioning and flat-screen TV.

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Prices from €8

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About Ha Long

Hạ Long city in northeast Vietnam is a bustling place, but its true beauty lies just off the coast in Hạ Long Bay. There, you'll find turquoise waters and towering jungle-covered limestone pillars jutting out of the ocean as far as the eye can see, sculpting the horizon and colouring it emerald green. The bay was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994. You can view its nearly 2,000 rock formations from the coast but the best way to appreciate it is to join an overnight cruise that takes you around the key spots. 

Get up close and personal with the ocean by staying at a Hạ Long hostel on a wooden junk boat. Many of the hostels are homestays run by the families who live there, including a fisherman-style house built by its owners and even one with a swimming pool outside. To save your đồng, look for hostels in Hạ Long Bay that have free breakfasts or free airport pick-up. Some hostels also have air con for a comfortable night's sleep.

Hạ Long city is a gateway to the beauty of the bay and you'll find some karaoke and waterfront bars for an evening out. The most popular and immersive way to explore Hạ Long Bay itself is to take to the water on a cruise, either for a day trip or for up to three nights. To protect the environment, there are five designated routes that all cruise companies follow around the area's bays, beaches and caves.

Hạ Long Bay's rugged yet ethereal beauty is a huge draw and it can get busy, though the uninhabited islands are unspoiled. Kayaking is a hands-on way to explore, while the local floating villages and shops let you experience Vietnamese culture. Hospital Cave was a bombproof medical centre during the Vietnam war and now has guided tours to show you around the abandoned offices and wards. The hikes, caves and dense jungle of Cát Bà National Park are also on Hạ Long Bay's doorstep. 

The nearest airport is Nội Bài International Airport in Hanoi. Lots of tour companies will take you the 160km from Hanoi to Hạ Long but a bus or ferry connection is your best bet if you're going solo. Motorbikes and mopeds, which you can rent around the city, are the best way of getting around the local area and neighbouring bays. The traffic can be a little unpredictable for non-locals and there are taxis if you'd prefer not to drive yourself.