Homestay in Hanoi

Besides hotels, you can overnight at homestay in Hanoi captial with interesting experience.  We would like introduce you some famous homestay in Hanoi below:

Maison Hai Ly

Maison Hai Ly homestay
Maison Hai Ly homestay

A scythe-shaped bend in a Red River tributary hides this exquisite 18th-century house. It is just 15 minutes from Hanoi’s Old Quarter but a rural calm descends on La Maison Hai Ly and its garden of flourishing guava, banana and orchids. The house, with a low, tiled roof tipped with circular blue ceramics, was transplanted from Hoi An, a former Chinese mercantile port in central Vietnam. This hideaway for two combines an open-plan living room and kitchen facing the private garden. In winter, keep cosy with the cottage wood burner; in summer, light the barbecue in the walled garden. Breakfast is provided and Vietnamese meals, using herbs and seasonal vegetables from a nearby market garden, can be requested for supper.

Address: N.8, 437 Ngoc Thuy, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam

Price : $90 a night for two, $15 per extra person, including breakfast

Le Hong Thai Homestay

Le Hong Thai Homestay
Le Hong Thai Homestay

Hanoi artist Le Hong Thai fashioned this rambling shabby-chic getaway on the foundations of an old stilted house in Long Bien district, in a mini bonsai garden in the yard behind his workshop. A central open fireplace dominates the huge open-plan living room, dining room, and kitchen, all supported by an interior grove of ancient columns. The walls are hung with his large abstract paintings and, behind every column, there’s an artfully placed object – a vintage sewing machine, a feather boa lampshade. Upstairs, a grand piano greets a freestanding bath while at the other end of the room, two double mattresses, on raised platforms face each other. As you climb higher, you’ll find another two bedrooms, other bathrooms, stairs to a private courtyard and, carefully nurtured in the rafters, the ancestor altar reflecting on all that happens below.

Address: 437 Ngoc Thuy, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi Old Quarter Homestay

Room in Hanoi Old Quarter Homestay
Room in Hanoi Old Quarter Homestay

Hanoi Old Quarter Homestay is located in the Old quarter, the heart of Hanoi, surrounded by good restaurants and shops, in green, quiet streets within walking distance of Hoan Kiem Lake which is the perfect environment to enjoy your holidays. This homestay is owned by Mr.Luan and his family, and opened as the interfering cultural place to connect friends with new friends.  The homestay couldn’t be more authentic without Mr.Luan’s family, all raised and born in Hanoi.

Vietnam homestay experience
Vietnam homestay experience

The cosy rooms are lovely decorated with air-conditioning. Some of the rooms have a balcony with a nice view of the Old Quarter streets. The others rooms are located in the back of the building, which guarantees you a relaxing and quiet night.

Address: 39 Ngo Huyen Street, Hoan Kiem District (Old Quarter)

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