About This Listing
Room 20m2 with private balcony for a couple. Possibility: add a park for a baby. It has its private shower room toilet. In case of strong heat, air conditioning is appreciated. It opens onto a balcony overlooking a courtyard. Three re embroidery with known Vietnam landscapes adorn the walls.
It is equipped with the following furniture:
- 2 twin beds that can be assembled for a king bed of 200 x 200,
- A rattan coffee table and two rattan chairs,
- A fan,
- A large wardrobe,
It is secured by an alarm.
All windows are fitted with mosquito nets.
25 USD / night for 2 persons
The location was fun out of the tourist area in a residential area. The hosts did not speak English, except their 12 year old daughter who was very good. However language wasn't the main problem with communication as I spoke French well enough. They only spoke to answer questions and I felt an intruder and unwelcome in their family home. I found their attitude unpleasant to the extent that I left early. Really spoilt my stay in Hanoi.
Nous sommes contentes d'avoir rencontrées la famille de Daniel.Elise(sa fille) est une super guide notamment dans les petits restos de quartier, et une traductrice hors pairs!!!La chambre est spacieuse et agréable.
La maison est située dans un petit quartier calme et typique a seulement 15 min en bus du centre d’Hanoï.nous recommandons ce logement, il est aussi idéal pour des familles.
I had a wonderful home stay with the Goulian's family over the last weekend of September '13.
My host family was laid back and, most important, knowledgeable about food. I arrived in Hanoi with the main goal of sampling Vietnamese street food. Madam Goulian had some helpful tips for me. Moreover, Madam Goulian herself was a good cook. I even got to sample some new flavours from her kitchen and the family's rooftop garden!
My limited French and Vietnamese language skills were no hinderance to our communication because Ms. Goulian (the daughter) was a charming interpreter, tri-lingual in French, Vietnamese and English.
The house I stayed in was situated in Ba Dinh District south of West Lake but only one short bus ride to the Old Quarters. Having experienced the constant hustle and bustle of motorcycles traversing even the narrowest streets of Hanoi, I was convinced I made the right decision of not lodging in the Old Quarters. There was more charm in waking at the sounds of fighting cocks next door.
My best memories were reading on the balcony of my own room. That was when I simply indulged in the simplicity of life that traveling offered.
Ben, a visitor from Hong Kong
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About the Host, Daniel
Now, I live in Hanoi with my family. I have 2 children, a son and a daughter. I can speak French and a littler bit English. You are welcome to my lovely house. Nice to meet you.