Viethouse Hanoi - VHN007

A home from home - with just seven light, airy rooms, the charismatic Viethouse, offers something a little bit different in the heart of the Old Quarter.

7 Bedrooms, Sleeps 14

Air conditioning
Breakfast in bed

“We liked the smallness of it and the manager was very friendly. We had the penthouse at the top which was nice though as it was raining we didn't benefit as much as we might have. Breakfast was beautifully presented and bought to our room which we loved.” - Jo S - Jan, 2015.

"We absolutely loved staying with Caroline and ended up going back a few more times during the trip as stop offs between locations." Jessica W, June 2015.

This quirky, arty guesthouse is one of our favourites in this price range. Run by German born Caroline, who has spent the last five years or so living in Australia, the Viethouse oozes charm and will soon make you feel at home in this fast paced and intoxicating city.

From the little touches like handwritten messages on the glass door at the front of the property, to the Nespresso coffee machine in the lobby and fabulous art work, the Viethouse has got it right. Best yet, the rooms are wonderfully spacious and incredibly light and airy, which is all too rare in the busy, cramped Old Quarter.

The small guesthouse does not have a restaurant but breakfast will be delivered to your room after being prepared by Caroline herself, who used to work as a chef. Being in a prime central location, it is surrounded by restaurants, cafes and bars - few people tend to eat in hotel restaurants here.

We recommend the deluxe studio rooms, which are on the higher levels of the house with two large windows on different walls and a small kitchen space. But our favourite room in the house is the Penthouse, which is on the top floor, with wonderful views and a balcony. There is also a Family Suite with two beds (a double and a single) which is nice and spacious

The rooms also have en-suites, air conditioning and free wi-fi. The decor of the rooms is simple and clean; white walls and natural light are the theme here.

Caroline speaks fluent English and is a great source of knowledge on the local area.

The Old Quarter is based in central Hanoi and is less than an hours drive from the airport.