₹ 1,225 - ₹ 8,989
|CHEAPEST CITY IN VIETNAM||Dalat||68% cheaper||Hotels in Dalat are the cheapest in Vietnam at just ₹ 1,225 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN VIETNAM||Ho Chi Minh City||58% more expensive||Ho Chi Minh City has the highest priced hotels in Vietnam with rooms averaging ₹ 8,989 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN VIETNAM||Ho Chi Minh City||80% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Ho Chi Minh City than any other city in Vietnam|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Vietnam near Hanoi Old Quarter then you are in luck. momondo recommends 11 hotels near Hanoi Old Quarter and on average, hotels in the area cost ₹ 7,724/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Hanoi Old Quarter are typically 7% less expensive than the average hotel in Vietnam, which is ₹ 8,365.
|Low season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||March||most expensive time to stay|
|35%||expected price decrease|
|61%||expected price increase|
₹ 6,511 - ₹ 25,553
|Cheapest day of week||Monday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|₹ 8,556||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|₹ 13,350||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Vietnam is a vibrant country attracting millions of visitors every year. While the country has many cities you can visit and stay in, Hanoi is the most popular city in Vietnam. It is the primary gateway to the country and provides an excellent overview of everything Vietnam offers. Transiting through the city is easy with buses, which are the only means of public transport. Cyclo cabs are also ideal if you want to explore short distances within the city center. Hanoi is home to some popular hotels in Vietnam, including the Hanoi Peridot Hotel. The hotel is located in one of Hanoi’s most celebrated districts and within walking distance of many major attractions. It is also a great place to experience the enticing charm of the Historic Hanoi Old Quarter. It provides stylish and sleek accommodation with well-designed and cozy rooms to give you a relaxing stay.
Besides its natural beauty, Vietnam also has a long history and traditions. It has an array of historic sites and ancient temples that make it a great tourist destination. The Marble Mountains along the southern side of Da Nang are some of the popular attractions in this country. These mountains are home to hundreds of caves, with some housing great Buddhist sanctuaries. You can also explore Hang Son Doong, one of the largest caves in the world, in Dong Hoi. The cave features bright blue water pools and a river running through it. You can use the guided tours available within the cave to best explore this landmark. Further, you can visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, a popular political figure in the country. Entrance is free; you only have to dress appropriately in respect of the departed leader. There are a number of cheap hotels in Vietnam like Cassia Cottage, which is near these popular tourist attractions.
The nightlife scene in Vietnam is changing significantly, with big cities now full of lively Vietnam hotels, bars, pubs, and clubs. Luckily, it is not expensive to go out at night as the country brews some of the cheapest draft beers in the world. Nha Thang has some of the best bars conveniently located along Tran Phu Beach. The nightlife in this city is diverse, with bars offering drinks, local and global delicacies, and live performances of different music genres. As a popular tourist destination, you’ll also find many restaurants in Nha Thang. Hotels such as Cookbook Café Nha Thang feature live cooking stations for local and international delicacies. This particular hotel features a wide range of seafood, chargrilled meats, and authentic Vietnamese specialties. Further, Hue is the food capital in Vietnam. Most dishes in Vietnam are cooked in the Hue cooking style. The city’s cuisine is divided into three types: royal cuisine, vegetarian cuisine, and folk cuisine.
Vietnam is full of secrets that you should discover during your visit. Hanoi is the historical capital in the country, providing more than ten centuries of history at your fingertips. The city stands out for how it relates to nature. Right in the center is the Hoan Kiem Lake, a major scenic spot within the city. Hoan Kiem is named after a charmed sword given back to a turtle god in the lake by King Le Loi after using it to evict the Chinese. Saigon City has also managed to preserve its history while still adapting to modernity. The city has some interesting spots and numerous artistic attractions showcasing its rich culture. You can go inside the Cu Chi Tunnels to learn how soldiers organised, fought, and survived during the Vietnamese war. The tunnels are open every day and charge a small entrance fee. They are most popular between December and May. You can book hotels in Vietnam, such as Hanoi La Siesta Hotel Trendy, because of their proximity to popular landmarks and historical sites.
At just ₹ 2,736 per night on average, January is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Vietnam. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Vietnam is March.
Our users tend to visit Ho Chi Minh City more often than any other city when travelling to Vietnam.
At ₹ 2,049 per night, the average luxury hotel room in Vietnam is 26% above the rate of a typical hotel room in Vietnam, which is ₹ 1,610.
As a popular tourist destination in Vietnam, it is no surprise that Ha Long has the most expensive hotel rooms at ₹ 10,239 per night - 229% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
Our users typically find that Chau Doc has the lowest per night rates in the country at just ₹ 516. Chau Doc offers hotels rooms at an average rate that is 67% lower than the average city in Vietnam.
The number of operators available for hotels in Vietnam is 59,732 as of December 2023.
Prices for hotels in Vietnam were last updated today.
The Landmark 81 Residence Luxury Art
720a Dien Bien Phu,dictrict Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne
Huynh Thuc Khang street, Mui Ne ward and Ham Tien ward, Binh Thuan Province, Phan Thiet, Vietnam
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