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The romantic and sleepy city of Hanoi has an ambience you won’t find in many Asian capitals. The city is laced in architecture and history, including attractions like the Mausoleum and the prison. Even though it’s a honeypot of cultural delights, there’s still a big backpacking vibe in the city, as well as plenty of hotels for families and business travellers.

 

Hoan Kiem

 

Hoàn Kiếm is the commercial centre of Hanoi, housing attractions like the Old Quarter, the Thang Long Puppet Theatre, the Ho Chi Minh Museum and the Opera House. It’s also the city’s business district, so you can also expect plenty of offices, restaurants and shops in this area sitting alongside the attractions. Hoàn Kiếm is one of the most popular areas to stay in Hanoi, so there’s a huge choice of accommodation here too. There are backpacking districts and a huge array of bars, especially around Ta Hien Street, but don’t be put off – there are also spas and 4 star hotels for more luxe retreats too.

 

Old Quarter

 

The Old Quarter is in the north of Hoan Kiem, and you’ll know you’re here when you pass the lake and come into the streets from years past – this place is full of colonial architecture. It’s packed to the rafters with sight seeing spots, and there are plenty of cheap hotels here that act as brilliant all inclusive crash pads. It’s not got as much nightlife as Downtown, but it’s still a busy area due to the attractions.

 

Ba Dinh

 

There’s a lot to see if Ba Dinh if you’re interested in Vietnam’s history – the Presidential Palace, One Pillar Pagoda and the Temple of Literature will keep you busy for a few days to start with. This is generally a much quieter district, even though it is full of sights, as it’s still quite political. There aren’t as many hotels here, but it’s directly opposite the Old Quarter where you can find a huge choice of accommodation.

 

Tay Ho/Westlake

 

The apartments and hotel suites on the edges of West Lake are a far cry from the street food stalls and backpacking hostels in Hoan Kiem. In recent years, this district has evolved to be one of the most desirable places to live with wealthier expats and locals moving in too. You might need to catch a taxi into town from here, but there are plenty of bars and restaurants situated around the Lake if you want to stay in the area.