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Modern comfort blended in the charming zen Hanoi ambience, steps away from the Old Quarter. That's what we offer.
And to keep part of you with us forever, we are fond of the book exchange idea. We are looking to have a multi-cultural bookshelf!
A private room in a house lying in a quiet small alley right in the middle of the city. You will be greeted with the old French architecture right from the walk path of the alley to the vibrant streets of the Old Quarter. But inside the house, you are totally relaxed in a fusion of Indochina and modern home ambiance .
Disponible para huéspedes
Anywhere you can get to, even the roof! (if you can climb!)
Oh, do mind other people's room though :)
Atención a los huéspedes
We will try to be around the most that we can. However, when we can't be there, our phone and Airbnb app are always reachable .
Otros aspectos destacables
SHARE A BOOK! We have a big (almost) empty bookshelf and we hope in the months to come it will turn into a wealthy multi-cultural bookshelf that all of our guests will be able to use and share (including you next time!). So if you have a book that you love, we would love if you can drop us a copy . Share it to the world! :)
Our #1 rule is to treat our house as if it were your own house, or if your house resembles a college frat house, then try your grandmother's house. We'll take the grandmother risk any day! =)
And smoke as much as you can... not! Fresh air outside the house always welcome you though!
Oh, and help us save the environment by switching off all equipments in the house when you go out.
Well, that's probably it!
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