From $17 per night

Apartment on the top of a 5-floor-house: 50 m2, 1 bed room, 1 living room and 1 kitchen. The house locates in central Hoan Kiem District (10 minutes walking to Hoan Kiem lake and 5 minutes walking to Thai Ambassy. The neighbourhood is safe. Renting fee includes laundry, fast internet (Speed: 18 Mbps; Latency: Unloaded: 54ms, Loaded: 68ms; Upload: Speed: 70Mbps), gas for the stove, 2 bottles of 10-liters-drinking water and 1 family dinner every weekend. The fee does not include electricity fee.

Your space

Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: After 1PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Property Type: Entire apartment
Room Type: Entire home/apt

Located on the top floor of a 5-floor-house in 77A, Tho Nhuom street, Hanoi, Vietnam, this 50 m2 apartment belongs to a friendly Hanoian family. The family includes 3 generations: retired husband and wife and two over twenty-nine-year-old sons who work in Hanoi and one of them is married and have a baby. The husband and the sons and a daughter in law speak English. The wife, who speaks English a little, is an excellent cook and has great hospitality. The apartment has only stairs, which is the same stairs shared with the family. Main entrance’s keys will be provided for guests.

The house locates in a very central Hoan Kiem District. It is about one kilometer (10 minutes walking) from Hoan Kiem lake and 5 minutes walking to Thai Embassy. The neighbourhood is safe and very friendly

The apartment includes 1 bed room, 1 living room and 1 kitchen with modern equipment to ensure guests’ comfort.

The bed room has 2 windows, 1 double bed, 1 TV, 1 desk, 2 desk lights, 1 closet (including a safe), 1 air-conditioner, 1 wall fan and a toilet.

The living room also has 2 windows, 1 set of Vietnamese antique table and chairs, 2 desks, 1 air-conditioner, 1 stand fan, 1 stand lamp and 1 desk lamp.

The kitchen has 1 window, 1 door that leads to the balcony, 1 fridge, 1 microwave oven, 1 gas stove, 1 set of dining table (1 table and 4 chairs), cooking tools and a wall fan.

The rooftop, which is used to grow fresh and healthy vegetables, can also be a place to relax and enjoy a nice view of Hanoi: Hanoi tower, new Muong Thanh hotel, a new building of Viet Nam Investment and Development Bank and Hanoi rooftops.

The renting fee includes laundry, both wired and wire-less fast internet (Speed: 18 Mbps; Latency: Unloaded: 54ms, Loaded: 68ms; Upload: Speed: 70Mbps), gas for the stove, 2 bottles of 10-liters-drinking water per month and 1 family lunch or dinner with the family every weekend. The fee does not include electricity fee. The electricity bill is around $30 to $40 per month if one air-conditioner is used, according to the previous guests.

It is a great and value-added opportunity to practice Vietnamese and learn more about a Vietnamese family by staying in this nice apartment!

Guest access

The entire apartment on the top of our house is for your private use

Interaction with guests

My wife and I retired, so we are available when you need any help

Getting around

My house is about 5 minutes walking to the Melia Hotel where there is a station of the new airport bus line number 86 to Noi Bai airport.

Other things to note

We appreciate non-smoking guests


House rules


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Phong and his family were the perfect hosts for my first two weeks in Hanoi. The apartment was spacious and clean, with much privacy and a great view from the fifth floor. The family dinners were a real treat and his family is so sweet. Phong was very accommodating and was able to answer any questions I had along the way. I would definitely recommend this place for anyone traveling through Hanoi!


Phong's place is very comfortable and is equipped with everything you could need. The family is very nice and they share a meal with their guest which is a very nice touch. I recommend this room in Hanoi.


Our host Phong was very helpful that we were able to get to his place, which is tucked behind a narrow alley, and that our stay would be comfortable. The dinner with his family was great. It provided an intimate window to the lives of a Vietnamese family living in Hanoi. The whole apartment has character, from the traditional furniture to the history and travel books on the shelf.


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