Decorated with Scandinavian touch that is refreshing and inviting with the airy and spacious feel that is easy on the eyes, perfect for couples, families, group of friends and solo adventurers.
Located in one of the most tranquil streets in Hanoi, Coz&Comf Home is one of few units out there that can bring you the sense of calmness that seems hard to come by nowadays in Hanoi and yet only a couple of minutes away from the excitement of urban life of the city.
The room is on the 4th floor and has been newly renovated with Scandinavian-themed interior in a building that was built a long time ago. You will be surrounded by our friendly neighborhood who have been living in this area for as long as one can remember so you do get to experience what is really like to live amongst local Hanoians.
Additionally, you can literally walk to almost every famous spot like our dazzling Hoan Kiem Lake or our renowned Hanoi Opera House just to name a few. There is a convenient store just 5 mins away which can get you anything you need to make sure you’re mentally and physically ready to explore the city. Or if you’re a foodie then make sure you check those restaurants and coffee shops just a couple of minutes walking from the place.
- 2 mins walk to a Bus station which offer two-way trips from and to Noi Bai Airport.
- 2 mins walk to Hanoi Opera House
- 3 mins walk to Vietnam National Museum of History 216 Tran Quang Khai
- 5 mins walk to a convenient store – Circle K
- 10 mins walk to Hoan Kiem Lake – the Heart of Hanoi
- 10 mins walk to Hanoi Old quarter
You have full access to the whole place and all the facilities. This is a self check-in/out flat. A house guide with details will be sent to you at least 2 days before your arrival. We also provide you with a small bookguide on Hanoi just to give you an extra help in familiarising yourself with the city.
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