Listing of apartments for rent in Hai Ba Trung District Hanoi, serviced apartments rental at different price ranges.
This page are listing of apartments and serviced apartment for rent in Hai Ba Trung District Hanoi Vietnam, furnished & unfurnished
It includes a sort or long term rental apartment in Hai Ba Trung District with daily maid service and other facilities (such as a pool, garden, a gym, garage, 2-3 times main service per week, water, high speed Wifi internet, cable TV and a 24-hour security)
Below are some information you may want to know if you are tend to Living in Hai Ba Trung District Hanoi.
It's best for you to live near your workplace if you are working in center Hanoi City. It is should take 15minute ride away from where you work, and honestly, I'd say 10 minutes ride is about the limit of what's pleasant. If you're planning to be here for months or years, make life easier on yourself.
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If you live in Hai Ba Trung or Hoan Kiem (actually not far away from the Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake or Hanoi old quater). Of course, every region has its pros and cons but I really love where you are. It previously lived in another part of Hanoi, near Dai Co Viet Street, that was a decent area but ultimately may a bridge too far for you . . . culturally and socially . . . Hai Ba Trung district is a nice area where (I humbly suggest) you can live in a nice part of town--at least much of the district is--and you can also avoid living in Hoan Kiem, which is not a place to live in my opinion, or Ho Tay, which is quite nice but a bit removed from where you work, and you'll be in a bit of a western enclave, which can be nice in a way but maybe gives you less of a real feel for Hanoi. Anyway, wherever you go, make sure you find a space that feels comfortable enough to be "home" for you.
There's loads of cafes, bars and restaurants in Hai Ba Trung and Hoan Kiem, different cuisines on offer, plenty of good street food and you're just a couple of minutes ride away from the Old Quarter's bars.
A lot of expats live around West Lake, which is a very nice area. Honestly, though, if you're working in Hai Ba Trung I wouldn't recommend it. My partner used to do that commented the other way - from Hoan Kiem up to West Lake where he worked - and the daily traffic drove him crazy.
If you tend to go to visit nicer, Lake View, western serviced apartment, if you want a more posh and/or more familiar/western lifestyle, you may want to look for apartments in Tay Ho - Westlake Hanoi. It's generally quieter than the rest of the city, not as crowded, but you'll also see many more westerners than other areas.
- Hoan Kiem District & Hai Ba Trung District are probably most Hanoi central districts. They will be a bit busier and more traffic. Hoan Kiem might get overwhelming very quickly unless you get lucky and find some really nice place. Hai Ba Trung is nice, close to everything.
- Ba Dinh District & Dong Da District is 10-20min away from center, depending on where exactly you are. living in both areas and they're your favorite places to live. It's local enough, where you don't run into tays on every corner, but at the same time close enough so you can get out to a western bar in hoan kiem if you need entertainment.
- Long Bien - many people are scared of Long Bien, but there's some really cool places there, just gotta get lucky. It's on the other side of the river, but in fact you only need to cross the bridge to get to the center, it's minutes away. Not many westerners live there, prices are generally cheap