From $26 per night

Serenity, nostalgia and cleanliness are the first things that you can recognize immediately when you come to our place. Located in the old quarter, The house is designed with minimalism architecture which would bring a sense of comfort and convenience to anyone staying here. The house is in one of the oldest lanes in Hanoi and has been an indispensable part of my family for over 60 years. You can have a panoramic view to many French colonial architectural buildings and Vietnamese housing style.

Your space

Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2PM - 12AM (midnight)
Check Out: 11AM
Property Type: Private room in apartment
Room Type: Private room

1. LOCATION AND SPACE:

Located in one of the most tranquil and time-honored lanes in Hanoi, Trần Home is an ideal, private place in the middle of the city that keeps you away from all of the workaday worries. The room is on the 2rd floor and has been newly renovated yet in the building was built a long time ago. The neighborhood brings you an old Hanoi trace, nostalgic atmosphere with a view to a French colonial architectural building.

Additionally, because the house is on a pedestrian food street, you can access easily to a series of restaurants, convenient stores, bars and clubs.

You will like the minimalist design of the room with mainly black and white, bringing along a sense of cleanliness. As I mentioned above, we have all the things that you may require: queen size bed, extra bed, hygienic bathroom, electronic devices like AC, mini-fridge, smart TV,... This is where you can enjoy sunlight with a cup of coffee in the daytime or cool breeze with a bottle of beer when the night falls.

2. LIVE LIKE LOCALS:

Staying with us you will learn how to live like a real Vietnamese. Surrounded by friendly neighbors, with a lot of sidewalk eateries just outside the lane, you will be taken care from head to toe, from a perfect sleeping time to a pleasant experience.

3. EASY ACCESS TO ANY PLACES:

Within walking distance, you will reach a wide range of supermarkets, convenient stores, restaurants, bars & clubs and also many famous tourist attractions

(The information of those addresses is shown in detail in our printed guidebook)

4. SAFETY:

Don't worry about getting late or the deep lane because the house is located in a safe area, surrounded by lots of local people who have been living here for generations

Guest access

You are free to use the elevator, shared kitchen, equipment in the room and access to the balcony, rooftop in the building. We also have good laundry service with reasonable price.

Interaction with guests

Do not treat us with a host-and guest relationship, let consider us as your friends. You are going to stay in the same building with us so most of the time we will be there when you check-in, check-out or need anything.

We love to take you out, spend time with you, show you around and inspire you with all the things we know about Hanoi when we are available. Additionally, we also provided a printed guidebook in which you can find lots of useful recommendations.

The neighborhood

As we mentioned above, there are many local people who have been living around here for generations. They are very friendly and nice.

From the balcony and rooftop, you can have a panoramic view to many French colonial architectural buildings and Vietnamese housing architecture system.

Getting around

From our place, it is very easy for you to access many tourist attractions from this street.

- Just 10 minutes to Hoan Kiem lake.

- About 1 minutes to Bia Hoi street – Tạ Hien street

- About 1 minutes to Bach Ma Temple on Hang Buom street

- Just about a few minutes to walk to vegetarian, India, Western and Vietnamese restaurants (information of the restaurants is shown in details in the printed guidebook, which is on the table of each room).

Other things to note

Because there are many bars surround here so it may be noisy at night in the weekend.

Our house is at the end of a deep lane with a big yard, where we and our neighbors living around there share the space with each other. When you first come, you may feel a little bit insecure due to its length but believe me, it’s totally safe because there are a lot of people live there and all of them are nice. Moreover, the lane and yard are only the common space so it’s completely comfortable for you to stay privately at our place.

Please be aware of excessive noise caused by the steel door. We will show you how to use it gently when we meet in person.

The floors are tiled with stone which will be cold in the winter. We don’t want you to experience this inconvenience, so we leave indoor slippers in the room.


House rules

- Please send us a passport picture (full page) of your (and your partners) for our local authority registration

- Because you will stay with us and our grandmother so try to avoid going back late after 12: PM and please inform us if might get back late at night.

- No drugs allowed

- No excessive noise after 10:00 P.M

- Smoking only at the Rooftop or outside the property

- We don't allow unregistered guests or hookers in this Room, our house have security camera and it will identify if you do.


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Good place for a short stay to explore the hidden gem of Hanoi


Highly recommend. I like to think about the feeling you get in places, the atmosphere you get. That's what you remember and that's what helps you to choose whether to come back or not. Khanh's place had it all. Finding it is a little tricky but detailed instructions with pictures are given on how to get there. You have to go through a bar / restaurant / shop place to get there and the staff is aware of the guesthouse / homestay. They were helpful in getting me there too.

First was the welcome. I sent a message to Khanh and he quickly informed his housekeeper that I had arrived. She spoke almost no English, but she was so friendly. I had the complimentary cup of tea before going to my room. We communicated with simple words and gestures and exchanged names. Khanh's mother (grandmother?) was also there and though we never spoke a word minus maybe a quick greeting, she always smiled so big and made me feel so welcome.

The room itself is cozy and definitely smaller than I thought, but again the warmth of the room was really nice. I felt so comfortable there. I spent three nights and by the third night it had become "home". Just coming back from the frantic streets of Hanoi to the room was always a breath of fresh air. The room and building itself is tucked away in the old quarter away from the noise. In my room there was no view from the windows (they just ran up against the next building) but light would still come in and it would make for nice slow mornings. The lamps and lighting in the room are very nice. I'm particular about lighting and the room had a nice bedside lamp where you could control the brightness. The room itself was spotless and clean. My one small point would be that Khanh's rules are a little strict about cleanliness and it can be a little intimidating (fees for not following the rules). I'm sure he has reasons though. Most of the rules aren't difficult though (i.e. no shoes in the room). I didn't use the rooftop balcony but I took a peek. It was quaint and there is a decent view of the old quarter. I'm sure it would be fun with company and maybe a nice drink before heading to bed.

Overall though, I just felt so comfortable at this place and would highly recommend it. Khanh speaks English well and while the rest of the staff and family don't speak English, they are so genuinely kind and welcoming. I would recommend and come back again.


Beyond incredible. For so many reasons. This is THE place to stay in Hanoi. In the center of the old town so you can walk to everything. But far back enough off the main street you can sleep peacefully at night. Khanh is above and beyond helpful with accommodations even with my late arriving flight. Place is pristine clean. Very grateful I chose this place and hope to come back someday.


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