You can find many luxury hotels in Hanoi with full facilities and excellent service. But what if you do not want to spend too much money on accommodation so you can better spend your money exploring more places? Do not worry, I have found a list of homestays with prices that are not too high with all the comfort you might need to stroll and explore the energy of Hanoi.
Each room in Momento has its very own theme inspired by the beautiful places of Vietnam: stay in the peaceful room of charming Hoi An, a room with specialties of the ancient Hanoi, and a room with simplicity and intimacy like Sapa.
Momento is located on Trang Thi Street, right in the center of Hanoi, so it takes just five minutes to walk to Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi Old Quarter, or Tong Duy Tan Food Street.There is a small kitchen where you can cook your own favorite dish or make a cup of coffee to start the day. All common spaces and equipment, such as libraries, kitchens and kitchen utensils, washing machine, and dryers are available to use.
On weekends or scheduled evenings, Momento has become a space for workshops on silk embroidery, painting, glass painting, and handmade leather.
Satori homestay is truly a calming respite from the craziness of the city. With an ideal location in the center of the city, this homestay is a home away from home. Everything in the house from the simply decoration, to the carefully selected chairs, to the bookshelves are meant to exude peace and relief after you leave the busy streets of Hanoi. Stay at this homestay, and relax in an ancient but still charming space.
You will be warmly welcomed and receive the keys directly from the hosts before exploring this lovely home. The friendly and enthusiastic hosts will leads you to the room and introduce the amenities. After you step into Satori’s door,shed your worries, giving room for relaxation and calm so that you can sip a cup of coffee or lazily listen to music from the old radio.
Lacaito is a new homestay of Hanoi located on Da Tuong Street. Housed in an ancient French villa, Lacaito’s space consists of a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen, and a balcony. Lacaito is charmingly rustic with furniture accents made of wood and rattan. The old-fashioned brick floor is also a unique design furniture, making the house both cozy and therefore homey. If you prefer simple designs and neatly laid out spaces, Lacaito will help you relieve live comfortably and stay well in Hanoi.
Rumor has it that the name a Vietnamese phrase “la cai to”, which means this a nest. So let Lacaito be your cozy nest to relax in after days discovering Hanoi.
Ca means fish in Vietnamese and the rooms in Ca Homestay are themed after the various fish swimming in our oceans. Each room is fully equipped with essential items such as cute cups, a large mirror, and even small flower vases placed in each corner, so it may be very suitable for dreamy and romantic people.
The small garden in Ca Homestay is probably the perfect place to read a book or listen to a song and sip a bit of hot fragrant tea.This space with many green pots and slightly cool breeze is like a small paradise in the middle of Hanoi.
Ca Homestay also has a beautiful kitchen with full utensils. You can cook your favorite meal for your partner, or relax with a small group of friends over some snacks.
Located in Me Linh district, Phori’s House is located along a river, with a large lawn and swimming pool. It is even surrounded by many trees, so it’s perfect as a place to enjoy the cool air even during the extreme summer in Hanoi.
The Phori’s House bathroom is designed in an open style, which means you can enter the bath and soak, listen to music, and admire the flower garden outside. In addition, the house also has a movie theater room that contains about 1,000 films. It serves as a mini movie theater right at home.
Address: Quang Minh town, Me Linh district, Hanoi city
Price: 600,000 VND per night for one person
Contact: +84 918 398 599
Book with Airbnb.
Le Bleu Art Decor Loft
Le Bleu Art Decor Loft is a homestay located on the third floor of a French villa on Tran Hung Dao street. The bedroom is the attic; the living room has an old fireplace; and a small kitchen overlooks the garden.
This homestay is decorated with pleasant blue tones. The most impressive feature of Le Bleu Art Decor Loft to travelers is the garden behind the door of the kitchen with a simple brick floor and shady green plants.
Le Bleu is an ideal place to feel the full atmosphere of Hanoi city. Every morning when you wake up, you don’t need to hurry, just lie in bed and enjoy nostalgic Hanoi.
I hope you can choose an ideal homestay from the list I have compiled. I have chosen each one for its authentic and true Hanoi atmosphere. Follow our Christina’s Blog for more information about traveling in Vietnam. Here are some recommended articles for you: