WELCOME TO HANOI PHO HOTEL
Whether you’re a backpacker or a budget traveler, you will enjoy Hanoi Pho Hotel. The grand charm of building combined with our great service and location will be one of the most unique city experiences you will have in Hanoi.
we are offer
- free buffet breakfast
- free Wi-Fi throughout the Hotel
- free linen
- free shower towel
- Free tour information
- Free pick up in 5 Km distant
- preparing and having dinner together with all dear friends in Hotel
- and many more
Hanoi Pho Hotel is grand new hotel located in the heart of Hanoi old quarter so you can be in any of Hanoi hot-spots within minutes walking as:
- 4 minute walking to Tong Duy Tan cuisine street
- 5 minute walking to night market
- 5 minute away cathedral church
- 10 minute walking to Hoa Lo prison relic
- 10 minute walking to Hoan Kiem Lake ( the central lake)
- just 13 minute walking to the strain station
- 15 minute walking to Temple literature many place nearby as Ho Chi Minh complex, art museum…
Not only a fantastic city location and building but our services are unbeatable! We have a 24 hour reception so you can be assured we are always there for you if you need us, we have also taken great care when it comes to your safety & security so you don’t need to worry and can chill in our bar or relax in the lounge and watch the latest game.
An added bonus is that beds are pre-made and come with linen and tower all for free, so the late arriving lodger can jump straight into bed, or the bar!
We do believe that a happy guest needs a good breakfast, which is why we offer a full continental and local buffet breakfast for free. you will start your day full of energy! We also offer free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel so you can stay in touch with the rest of the world and explore what’s on in Hanoi and through out Vietnam!
Just some of our facilities and services:
- 24 hour reception and staff
- Check in time 2 pm, but if we have room available you absolutely could check in earlier and you’re always welcome to arrive before as we can store your luggage
- Check out time 11 am
- Key-card door access
- Free safes and luggage lockers in every room
- En-suite rooms available
- Motorbike and car parking available
- Buffet breakfast
- Full restaurant meals from 1,5 $
- Full CCTV coverage for added security
- Free linen, towel and beds which are premade
- Group meal menus and packed lunches available
- Bar and late night lounge areas
- Reading place at top floor
- Large selection of rooms including double, twin, triple, family and dormitory rooms
- Luggage storage room
- Payphone, fax and photocopy facilities
- Free Wi-Fi and PC access
Top 5 places must visit in Hanoi city.
Visitors have the opportunity to visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, find out about life as well as work place of Uncle' Ho
Learn about the 54 ethnic Vietnamese through pictures, models at the Museum of Ethnology in Vietnam. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the customs, typical in the tradition culture.
To visit the Temple of Literature – the first University of Vietnam, visit Khe Van Cac, Ph.D., and learn about education under the Nguyen.
Stop at Hoa Lo Prison – the most inhospitable place in Southeast Asia.
visit one of the oldest pagoda in Vietnam (Tran Quoc pagoda).
Hanoi city tour full day with Viet Unique Tour is the most special tour in Hanoi, we organize special tour for all clients have a chance to go sightseeing whole 3 Hanoi quarter: Hanoi Old quarter, Hanoi French Quarter, Hanoi new Quarter
Visiting the most famous places you can not ignore when coming to Hanoi.
What to expect
Sightseeing tours around Hanoi is an opportunity for all of you with a better insight into ancient and nowadays of Hanoi, Viet Unique Tour would like to bring to customers an emotional experience of a Hanoi Inner quaint, friendly and hospitable but also very dynamic and modern.
Guests will get to experience many different emotions, respect, admiration, but sometimes the deposition because of the resilience of the Hanoi people.
Guest have the opportunity to see the daily life, how they use and transport controls, how they work and activities, all of which are professional guides Vietnam Unique explained very clear.
Opportunity to visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, a better understanding of the role of Ho Chi Minh in the national liberation movement.
Vietnam 54 ethnic groups are represented by Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
Understanding more about the worship of the Buddha while visiting Vietnam Tran Quoc Pagoda, an insight report on education under feudal Vietnam when visiting Temple of Literature, and especially better than seeing the extraordinary courage and humanity as well as of the people of Vietnam to while visit Hoa Lo prison (Hanoi hilton prison)
The Perfume Pagoda, known locally as Chua Huong or ‘inner temple’, is at the centre of a very revered and sacred site featuring a maze of mainly Buddhist temples built into the limestone cliffs of Huong Tich. At the heart of this complex lies the Perfume Temple or Perfume Pagoda in the Huong Tich Cave. It is believed that the first temple was built here in the 15th century, although legend declares that the site was actually discovered over 2,000 years ago by a Buddhist monk who was meditating nearby. The mountain foothills are an area of great natural and spiritual beauty filled with streams, tropical plants and temples. There are many pagodas to visit, each offering a different shrine, most of which are Buddhist although one or two are animist. The Perfume Pagoda attracts pilgrims and tourists seeking good luck from the stalagmites and stalactites inside the cave which have been named according to the individual blessing they can bestow. Dun Tien offers prosperity and Nui Co offers the chance of giving birth to a girl whilst Dun Gao translates as a ‘rice stack’ to those hoping for a bountiful harvest
The Perfume Pagoda Highlights The entrance to the vast and mysterious Perfume Pagoda and Huong Tich Cave resembles that of an open dragon’s mouth and is decorated in ancient Chinese letters which translate to ‘first grade cave of the South World’, this writing dates back to 1770. Inside the cave are many statues carved from green stone which decorate an intricate shrine, including one of Lord Buddha and another of the Buddhist goddess Quan Am. Smooth stalactites and stalagmites also fill the cave which are constantly touched by pilgrims believing them to deliver miracles and good luck. You will find the temple very cool inside and also very busy especially during the days of the Chua Huong festival which lasts from January to April.
The journey to the Perfume Pagoda is itself an interesting experience. Located about 60km southwest of Hanoi in the Huong Son Mountain range you will need to take a car for around two hours before boarding a wooden or iron boat to reach the temple complex. The boat journeys down a narrow flowing steam fringed by rice fields, temples and grass and you will have the option to stop and visit some of these temples. However, if you are short of time its best to head straight to Huong Tich Cave. It’s an uphill walk to the Perfume Pagoda which will take around one hour and things can get slippery, so remember to bring walking shoes or boots.
SUNLIGHT BOUTIQUE CRUISE (5 Cabins) – 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT – SLEEP ON BOAT
Day 1: Hanoi – Hai Phong Highway – Beo Port – Sunlight Boutique Cruise – Lan Ha Bay (Lunch + Dinner)
Day 2: Sunlight Boutique Cruise – Viet Hai Village – Lan Ha Bay – Hanoi (Light Breakfast + Brunch)
Lying south and east of Cat Ba Town, the 300 or so karst islands and limestone outcrops of Lan Ha are just as beautiful as those of Halong Bay and have the additional attraction of numerous white-sand beaches.
Due to it being a fair way from Halong City, not so many tourist boats venture here, meaning Lan Ha Bay has a more isolated appeal. Sailing and kayak trips here are best organised in Cat Ba Town.
Destination: Hanoi – Hai Phong Highway – Sunlight Boutique Cruise – Lan Ha Bay – Halong Bay – Dark & Bright Cave – Kayaking – Swimming – Sunset Party – Cooking Class – Biking in Viet Hai Village – Overnight on Boat – Hanoi
Set in Hai Phong, Sunlight Boutique Cruise features accommodation on a cruise boat with views of the sea. Offering a bar, the cruise ship visits destinations such as Dark Cave, Bright Cave, Việt Hải Village and Halong – Lan Ha bay. Free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk are provided.
At the cruise, rooms have a wardrobe. All rooms come with a private bathroom.
At the accommodation you will find a restaurant serving Asian cuisine.
Activities to enjoy include kayaking, swimming, cooking classes, sunset party, squid fishing, karaoke and cycling. There is an English speaking tour guide on Sunlight Boutique Cruise.
The Mai Châu area is well known for its stilt houses. The type of stilt houses, or pile dwellings, they construct are called Thai stilt houses and are made of bamboo and timber. These houses are elevated 3.0–3.7 metres (10–12 ft) off the ground to avoid water damage and shelter animals from the elements
Mai Châu is a mountainous region located in Hòa Bình Province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 65 km from Hòa Bình.
The Ban Lac People have Thai ancestors that settled in the North-Western area of Vietnam. The two tribes, White Thai and Black Thai, settled in the same area and make up the largest ethnic population of the region.
Bai Dinh Pagoda is a religious complex covering a total area of 539 hectare, with both the ancient and the newly renovated Bai Dinh pagoda, parks, car parking and lake system.
Bai Dinh Pagoda is a religious complex covering a total area of 539 hectare, with both the ancient and the newly renovated Bai Dinh pagoda, parks, car parking and lake system. The pagoda belongs to Ninh Binh province, known as the ancient capital of Vietnam.
The old Bai Dinh pagoda is located on the western slope of Dinh mountain and nestles in quiet forest . The pagoda houses an ancestor-worshipping house in the centre, Bright cave on the right hand side which worships the Buddha , the small temple worshipping Genie Cao Son. In addition, on the left hand side of the pagoda is another temple worshipping Saint Nguyen and next to it is Dark cave which worships the Fairy. With fanciful scenery and quiet atmosphere , the pagoda will make visitors feel likely to live in fairy land and they find peace in their minds.
Besides, visitors can explore many other grottoes and caves like Fairy cave with seven smaller ones or cave of Ba Chua Thuong Ngan( The goddess of forests). In these caves and grottoes, there are a large variety of magnificent stalactites and stalagmites with various strange shapes and sizes that will invoke the imagination of visitors.
On the other side of Dinh Moutain is new Bai Dinh pagoda. This pagoda has been built since 2003 and covers a 80 ha area. The Bai Dinh pagoda possesses many parts such as Tam The Temple, Phap chu Temple, Quan Am temple( Bodhisattva Temple), Bao Thap, Bell Tower and dormitory area for Buddhist monks.
All materials are collected from local area and neighbouring provinces. To build the pagoda requires about five hundred craftsmen and many groups of workers from famous traditional craft villages such as Phu Loc wood making village, Ninh Van stone carving village, Y Yen bronze casting village, Van Lam embroidery village and so on. Such people used Vietnamese materials for instance, green stone of Ninh Binh or ceramic tiles of Bat Trang to create Vietnamese features for the architecture of Bai Dinh pagoda
The obvious drawcard here is the Mua Caves and it’s scenic mountain where 500 steps bring you up to one of most iconic views in Vietnam, but trust me: there is a whole lot more to the Ninh Binh region that meets the eyes.
This, however, is not going to be your average list of things to do in Ninh Binh – though of course there are plenty of attractions and activities in Ninh Binh.
Explore Vietnam's ancient capital city, Hoa Lu, on an immersive 10 hour adventure
Take stunning photos on the Tam Coc river voyage – a true treat for budding nature photographers
Discover the full diversity of Vietnamese natural landscapes as you pass through limestone karsts and stone caves
Visit the temples of Dinh and Le dynasties and explore ancient relics remaining from when Hoa Lu was the country’s capital
Enjoy convenient roundtrip hotel transfers from Hanoi and the services of an informative guide
Bái Tử Long National Park (Vietnamese: Vườn quốc gia Bái Tử Long) is a protected area zone in northeastern Vietnam. It was established in 2001, succeeding from the former Ba Mun National Conservation Zone. It is one of seven Vietnamese amphibian national parks which has both terrestrial zone and aquatic zone.
It is located within Bái Tử Long Bay, which with Hạ Long Bay forms an impressive scenery of sea and islands. Including thousands of islands and rocks, they create one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
According to legend, an immense dragon descended to Hạ Long Bay (meaning ‘’Descending Dragon’’) millions years ago, dropping numerous eggs. These eggs hatched forming thousands of rocks and islands. The tail of the dragon extended far to the sea, forming Bạch Long Vĩ island (meaning “The Tail of the White Dragon”). As she returned to heaven, she said good bye to her offspring at the Bái Tử Long Bay (means “The dragon parts the offspring”).