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Church Boutique Hotel, Hang Trong, Hanoi, Vietnam

Our rating: Medium

Located in the heart of Hanoi's celebrated Old Quarter, The Church Boutique Hotel, Hang Trong has been constructed in the typical tube style dictated by the narrow confines of this vibrant area of the city.

Inside the hotel you will find a stylish interior designed to reflect the French Colonial past and more traditional Vietnamese styles. The 55 rooms are simply yet elegantly furnished with a great attention to detail, offering silk lamps and a tasteful colour scheme.

Please note that the local government authorities have ordered three pick-up and drop-off points for vehicles in the Old Quarter to avoid traffic congestion in the area. Should you not be able to park immediately outside the hotel, your guide and hotel staff will look after the transportation of your luggage for you.

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