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  • Complimentary 1 bottle of mineral water daily per guest.

  • Complimentary tea and coffee in room.

  • Daily tropical fresh fruit (only vip room).

  • Wake-up service upon request.

  • Complimentary magazine.

  • Free WifI in guest rooms and public areas

  • Complimentary tour and city information at Front Desk.

  • Daily housekeeping service.

  • Daily laundry service at reasonable charge

  • Free Parking.




  • Always dress appropriately and conservatively. In Vietnam, the dress code is casual. Unless you want to dress for dinner in the top-end hotels and up-market restaurants, there's no need to bring smart outfits and accessories.
  • DO always be aware when entering someone’s home, local dwellings or visiting religious sites such as temples/pagodas, it is a must to remove your shoes at the front door.
  • Never wear shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-neck lines and bare shoulders to Temples and Pagodas. To do this is considered extremely rude and offensive.


  • If invited to Vietnamese home, small gifts for the hostess, children or elders of the home are a sign of respect. Usable items, such as soaps, cosmetics or picture frames or flowers, fruits are appreciated, and should be wrapped in colorful paper.
  • Do not give handkerchiefs, anything black, yellow flowers or chrysanthemums.
  • Business gift giving is fairly common at the end of a meeting or during a meal in honor of your business associates. Gifts should be small but not expensive. Something with your company logo or something typical from your country both makes excellent gifts.


  • Handshake is the most common form of greeting somebody. Hand shaking among men is fine. Vietnamese woman may do so but they would rather not.
  • Avoid public displays of affection with a member of the opposite sex.
  • Do not touch someone's head.
  • Do not point with your finger - use your hand.
  • Do not pass anything over someone's head.
  • Do not touch anyone on the shoulder.
  • Do not touch a member of the opposite sex.


  • Always ask someone’s permission first when taking a photograph of them
  • Do not take photos of military installations.
  • Do not encourage the habit of paying local people to take photographs of them, as it encourages a begging mentality.


Expressiveness and Vietnamese language is very rich, sometimes you will probably make a mistake. Many Vietnamese people do not speak English well; they can somehow listen to you, laughed and just nodded. It is actually their friendly gesture, but it does not mean that they totally understand what you mean. When you need to express your language without an interpreter, it is advisable to use pen and paper.


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Hotel Location

See the HOA DAO Hotel in the heart of Tay Ho Dist.- Hanoi.


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