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    Default Top 05 boutique budget hotel in Hanoi

    Maison d'Orient

    Tucked into a tiny cul-de-sac off another tiny alley just south of Hanoi's Old Quarter, this gorgeous architect-designed hotel is filled with handcrafted furniture, and beautiful propaganda-style prints. The 12 rooms, named after spices (ginger, cinnamon, anise), have bamboo furniture, red lacquer lamps and bamboo shades, as well as inviting corners with French colonial armchairs and mismatched pretty cups and saucers. Breakfasts are taken at smart lacquered square tables, and ginger tea is served on the ground floor terrace amid a scattering of bright floral cushions. Once you head out, you're surrounded by some of Hanoi's best restaurants.

    Maison d'Hanoi Hanova

    This perfectly pitched Hanoi hotel combines Indochine elegance with a modern ambience. Ceiling-height padded silk headboards prop up wonderfully comfortable beds layered in white cottons in rooms with polished wooden floors, silk lamps, red Oriental trunks-turned-tables, and chairs upholstered in silver cotton and chenille. Its location on Hang Trong, just south of the Old Quarter, and just around the corner from one of the most popular shopping streets, Hang Gai, makes it the perfect base for shopaholics. After a day pounding the streets, head to the top-floor Le Royal Spa, for a soothing foot massage.

    La Maison Hai Ly

    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.

    St Joseph's Hang Da

    Modest and minimalist, this modern nine-room hotel is a great place to meet fellow travellers, and a great-value find. The large front window in the black-and-white tiled breakfast room/reception looks out on to busy, non-touristy Duong Thanh, an arrow-straight street on the edge of the labyrinthine Old Quarter. St Joseph's spartan, olive-hued rooms have thoughtful touches – coffee-and-maroon Chinese boxes-turned-bedside-tables, desks, mini bedside lamps, and drums converted into gold-beaded floor lamps. Ample breakfasts – cereals, fruit, pancakes, French toast and pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) – is served in delicate ceramics, and a fully stocked mag rack invites lounging and lingering. It also happens to be opposite one of Hanoi's best cha ca (pan-fried fish with turmeric and dill) restaurants, Cha Ca Thang Long, at number 19-21.

    Golden Silk

    Spacious, supremely comfortable rooms with vast beds set this Old Quarter hotel apart from the dozens of other Hanoi hotels professing to be "boutique" boltholes. If you're in Hanoi to shop, its location is perfect, set smack in the middle of busy Hang Gai (Silk Street). Most of the rooms are set back off the busy shopping route, and offer luxurious surroundings at remarkably good value. It's all rosewood floors, brushed silver velvet armchairs, lacquer-and-shell bedside lamps and silvery wallpaper. A tub in the bathroom seals the deal.
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    Their are many hotels in Hanoi.These are the top 5 best hotel.Sofitel Legend Metropole,JW Marriott Hotel,Apricot Hotel,InterContinental Hanoi Westlake,Sofitel Plaza.etc

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    1.Y Lan Guesthouse
    2.Maison d'Orient
    3.Maison d'Hanoi Hanova
    4.La Maison Hai Ly
    5.St Joseph's Hang Da

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    There are various boutique budget hotels in Hanoi but thanks for sharing to us.

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