Hip Apartments in Hanoi You'll Want to Call Home
Venture our from your comfortable apartment and explore hidden-gems such as this temple in the Dong Da District of Hanoi, Vietnam | © Jason Langley / Alamy Stock Photo
Discover Hanoi’s ancient pagodas, green spaces, irresistible street food and compelling museums whilst calling one of these apartments home.
Formerly known as Thang Long and Dong Kinh, Vietnam’s second largest city was named Hanoi – meaning the city in a bend in the river – in 1831. It now attracts over 28 million tourists each year to its serene lakes, upmarket French Quarter and buzzing Old Quarter, where hundreds of mopeds zip past bewildered tourists.
Dream Hotel & Apartment
4.6/5 (75 Reviews)
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From $45 Per night per room
There’s everything you could possibly need under one roof at these serviced apartments in the centre of Dong Da district. All 70 modern apartments have kitchenettes and living areas but, it’s the communal areas that set the hotel apart. There’s a mini supermarket serving fresh food, a fitness centre, a lovely garden as well as a restaurant and bar with panoramic views over Hanoi.
Lotus House Apartments
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From $22 Per night per room
Retreat from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi at these serviced apartments – just a three-minute walk from the city’s biggest lake and yet still only a 15-minute drive to the city centre. Cars and motorbikes are available to rent while other amenities include a laundry service, 24/7 security and 24-hour reception. There are two supermarkets and several fast-food restaurants close by, though the studios’ kitchenettes have everything you need to cook at home.
Rose Garden Residences Hotel and Apartments
4.6/5 (120 Reviews)
From $55 Per night per room
Enjoy the extra space offered by an apartment with the added bonus of hotel facilities at these residences, a ten-minute drive from Hanoi’s Old Quarter in the Ba Dinh district. Renters of these 96 luxury apartments have the use of a 25-metre outdoor swimming pool, a gym, a restaurant, a living room stocked with books and newspapers and even a kid’s area filled with toys.
Somerset Grand Hanoi
Chain Hotel, Apartment
4.4/5 (799 Reviews)
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From $83 Per night per room
Families have everything they need at the Somerset and can enjoy being close to city attractions such as the Old Quarter and The One Pillar Pagoda. There are one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments on offer and children under 12 stay for free. We can guarantee your kids won’t get bored – the Somerset comes with an outdoor swimming pool and children’s pool, a playground, a tennis court and billiards table – while a daily breakfast, babysitting service, restaurant, convenience store and doctor on-call make the experience hassle-free for parents as well.
Granda Trung Hoa Apartments
4.1/5 (16 Reviews)
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From $18 Per night per room
Business travellers can check in and get straight to work at the Grand Trung Hoa apartments in Ca Giay District, one of the city’s liveliest areas known for its great Vietnamese restaurants. The building offers free 24-hour WiFi, 24-hour security, reception staff who speak Japanese and English and even a taxi service so guests can easily whizz across the capital whenever they need.
Sunrise Stays Serviced Apartments
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Available for both long- and short-term rental, these two- and three-bedroom apartments are just five minutes’ walk to the Opera House and ten-minutes’ to Hoan Kiem Lake. All come with a full kitchen, dining area, washer/dryer and balconies that have views of the beach. Don’t worry about cooking either – some of Hanoi’s best street food vendors are nearby including Pho Thin and Bun Cha Obama.
Fukurai Boutique Apartments Hanoi
4.3/5 (3 Reviews)
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From $41 Per night per room
With just ten apartments and a sunny patio, these boutique apartments are a welcome change from huge blocks of city residences. The property is four kilometres from the city centre but also conveniently close to some of Hanoi’s most tranquil spots including the Botanical Gardens (Vuon Bach Thao) and West Lake. Conveniently, if you plan to venture further afield, there is a car rental service on-site.
Oakwood Residence Hanoi
4.5/5 (18 Reviews)
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From $61 Per night per room
Overlooking Hanoi’s largest lake, the Oakwood Residence embodies the ideal combination of city thrills and lakeside living. There are countless restaurants, shops and international schools on the doorstep, but it’s easy to relax with a stroll or cycle around the lake, too. The 262 luxury apartments range from studios to two-bedroom family properties and all have marble baths or rain showers, washer-dryers, a sound bar and full kitchenettes. Communal facilities include a restaurant, resident’s lounge, fitness centre and swimming pool.
Somerset Hoa Binh Hanoi
4.5/5 (196 Reviews)
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From $62 Per night per room
These serviced apartments near the Daeha Business Center are just ten-minutes’ from Hanoi’s Central Business District, making them a great choice for those travelling for work. Amenities are seriously impressive too, with a basement carpark, convenience store, meal delivery services, restaurant, spa and tour desk. Down-time is taken care of with an indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam rooms, complimentary DVD rentals and a rooftop garden.
The Wooden Apartments
Boutique Hotel, Apartment
4.4/5 (9 Reviews)
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From $32 Per night per room
Stay close to the city’s main sights at these contemporary apartments in Hanoi’s captivating Old Quarter. Hanoi Opera House, Trang Tien Plaza and St. Joseph Cathedral are all within walking distance while the city’s best bars, restaurants and markets are also close by. Escape the heat at these air-conditioned apartments which come with free WiFi, a kitchen, dining area, patio and views over the city.
Golden Sun Suites Hotel Hanoi
4.7/5 (582 Reviews)
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From $73 Per night per room
Close to Hoan Kiem Lake and within Hanoi’s Old Quarter, these excellently-located apartments are perfect for anyone travelling to the city on holiday. A grand total of 60 rooms include connecting family spaces that sleep up to four and even a honeymoon suite – all with mini bars, safety deposit boxes and coffee-making facilities. A daily buffet breakfast is included and guests can also take advantage of the airport shuttle or train station pick-up service for straightforward transfers.
These recommendations were updated on December 24, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.