There are a total of 25 hotel type properties in Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government to choose from. Singaporeans ranked The Drift - Backpacker Hostel Hanoi 15th choice, with the hotel being ranked 15th from a total of 25 hotels in the Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government area.
Conveniently located within the Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government area, The Drift - Backpacker Hostel Hanoi is the 15th most popular accommodation option in Hanoi. Reviews of The Drift Backpacker Hostel Hanoi by Wego users revealed a total of 1 positive comments about the hotel's location. If your preference is to stay in the Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government area then you'll be perfectly situated at The Drift Backpacker Hostel Hanoi. The Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government area of Hanoi has a combined total of 26 properties. This ranks the Hoan Kiem District - Consulates/Government area as the 4th largest area for hotels in Hanoi. The Drift Backpacker Hostel Hanoi is a suitable choice for short visits to Hanoi with comfortable rooms and all the basic facilities you require for a quick trip. Travellers should take note that the property is approximately 22.8 kilometres from Hanoi Airport.
Reviewing Wego's database revealed that 6 guests had positive feedback about the property's room quality. Rooms are furnished with air conditioning, internet access, minibar, and shower to make your stay more comfortable and convenient. Researching our review database, customers who stayed at The Drift Backpacker Hostel Hanoi made 2 positive comments about the hotel services.
With an overall rating of 3.3 from a possible 5.0, The Drift Backpacker Hostel Hanoi scores good among properties in Hanoi.
The staff are friendly enough, and although they organise tours for you, it’s always cheaper if you shop around for a deal with the travel agents located in the backpacker areas.
TravBuddy.com, 19 May 2010
The reception gals were very friendly and spoke good english apart from one local chap who i found in the night was very grumpy and arrogant...
TravBuddy.com, 08 Feb 2010