Silk Path Hotel, Hanoi - review by Rusty Compass
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Silk Path Hotel, Hanoi

| 12 Aug 2015
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Silk Path Hotel, Hanoi
195-199 Hang Bong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
+84-4-3266 5555

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Price guide: From around US$80

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12 Aug 2015

A quality 106 room hotel in Hanoi’s old quarter. Tasteful modern decor and great staff. The feel is more corporate than traveller.

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Location

On the fringe of Hanoi’s old quarter. Good access to shopping, eating and the major sights of the city.


Review

Best not to ask what was demolished to make way for the Silk Path Hotel or the other high end boutique properties that have sprung up in Hanoi’s old quarter over the past five to ten years.

The Silk Path is nicely done with comfortable rooms and tasteful modern decor. The feel is more corporate than traveller but the city sights are within easy reach too.

The lead-in deluxe rooms are short on natural light so best to go for premium deluxe or higher which run from 24sqm.

The Silk Path is on the expensive side - perhaps in line with the corporate feel. At many times of the year you’ll be able to travel 5 star for not much more money.


Facilities brief
No pool, free wifi, fitness centre, small spa, restaurants and bar


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