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Camellia II Hotel

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Reviewed 7 July 2016

This is a small size hotel. The best thing is that it is located right in the heart of Hanoi's old quarter. Very convenient for people who enjoy Hanoi's night life. The room is a bit small. Breakfast is very good.

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Reviewed 18 January 2016 via mobile

Good location. It was loud, the window looked out on the lobby, the phone rang all night, there was no hot water. It had a nice enough bed. Breakfast was not included. Felt old. Nice staff. Recommend buying silk in the silk alley.

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Reviewed 14 October 2009

We were moved here after our original hotel was "over booked"...the room smelt as the sewerage was backed up the staff were found sleeping through out the hotel at all times of day. staff turned Techno music up as loud as the speakers would allow on a regular basis. The room was uncleaen and was not secure,the hotel was very...

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Thank Uchideshi
Auckland
Reviewed 10 January 2008

For the price you can certainly do better. The staff were friendly but the place itself is in desperate need of some attention. The rooms offer no protection from the outside noise and unless thoroughly ventilated the smell is not the best.. With some renovations may be OK but in the meantime don't believe the pictures.

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Perth
Reviewed 6 September 2007

The room was large and had a balcony. Unfortunately, the workmen started at 7:00 in the morning banging on the walls putting in a new lift. The toilet smelt. The floor was gritty with cement dust. Breakfast was horrible. The girl working at the buffet breakfast could not speak or understand English (this I can understand, but I am the...

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2Thank Perth003
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 7 August 2007

Although this place was in a decent location in the Old Quarter, it wasn't worth the $17 US that we paid to stay there. The room we booked was spacious, but the sounds we could hear from the room made for a difficult sleep. But that was not as bad as the smell in the room. The best way to...

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2Thank WinnipegNomad
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 July 2007

I enjoyed my stay in most of the Vietnam hotels until I stayed at Camellia II. The hotel had overbooked and even though I had rang the hotel the day before to book a tour with them, no mention was made of the fact that there was no room at the hotel. When I arrived around midnight we were told...

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2Thank Amas
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 31 May 2007

We booked 2 nights online before arriving in Vietnam. The room was big, but very tired. For US$26 we could (and did) find a much better guesthouse (Golden Sun). Pros: Staff were friendly, room was large, room had a balcony that was nice to watch the world go by from. Cons: Breakfast was revolting; no elevator (we were on the...

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Reviewed 24 May 2007

Booked by email. When we arrived at 2200 the place was full so they walked us to a "sister "hotel. It was not however, part of the chain and it was a piece of junk that was under construction. We left our bags there to find another hotel. When we returned to get our bags they wanted to charge us...

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2Thank Tom R
noosa australia
Reviewed 10 November 2006

Id have to rate this place as 7/10 Positives : staff were great and helpful, as were the tour staff IF you knew what expected prices were for tours and flights ( I got the distinct impression theyd have charged more but as I had researched it thoroughly for my trip and was prepared to walk over road to airline,...

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  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator in room
  • Minibar

Additional Information about Camellia II Hotel

Address: 13 Luong Ngoc Quyen | Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
Region: Vietnam > Hanoi
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Price Range: $24 - $39 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 33
Also Known As:
Camellia Ii Hanoi
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