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Where to stay in Hanoi - Hanoi (HAN-Noi Bai Intl.)

Hanoi (HAN-Noi Bai Intl.) Hotels

Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) is a huge hub of activity, serving as the primary gateway into northern Vietnam. It is an easy entry point to the temples and museums of Vietnam’s capital city Hanoi, and you'll certainly notice it as you come into land thanks to those bold, sweeping red roofs. Its dozens of pristine chrome-colored check-in counters, and wide walkways give it an efficient, airy feel. You can also make use of the onsite ATMs, information centers, and grab and go eateries.

Hotels in Hanoi (HAN-Noi Bai Intl.)

You’ll find a number of 3-star hotels near Hanoi Airport, many of which provide free breakfasts and smooth concierge services. If you’re after a touch of luxury, try a slightly more pricey 4-star hotel, and enjoy free WiFi, fine in-house dining, and outdoor pools - the perfect way to cool off from the hot Hanoi sun.

Where to stay

Stay in Hanoi’s Old Quarter and be surrounded by the city’s inspiring heritage. The old world streets are lined with silk merchants and heaving markets, and the pavilions and statues of the Temple of Literature - Vietnam’s oldest university - are nearby. Look out for distinctive landmarks as well – including the Neo-Classical Hanoi Opera House, and the no-frills grandeur of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.

How to get to Hanoi (HAN-Noi Bai Intl.)

As the largest airport in Vietnam, Hanoi Airport serves plenty of flights to and from top destinations worldwide. Catch year-round flights from Tokyo, Beijing, Singapore, and Seoul, or from European destinations such as London and Paris. Once there, you’ll find the airport has all your bases of ground travel covered. Hop in a bus to central Hanoi, which takes just under an hour. Alternatively, take a fixed-rate taxi to the center, or hire your own car onsite.

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