Serviced Apartments in Hanoi
Situated by the Westlake in Hanoi within the Tay Ho district, Fraser Suites Hanoi offers a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city, yet with the convenience of lifestyle facilities and amenities at just a stone’s throw away. Explore the Hanoi Old Quarter from your base at Fraser Suites Hanoi. For travellers looking for hotels near Hanoi airport, Fraser Suites Hanoi is a mere 30 minutes away from the Noi Bai Airport.
Fraser Suites Hanoi
51 Xuan Dieu Street, Quang An,
Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Syrena shopping mall (5 minutes by foot)
- SOS International clinic (5 minutes by foot)
- Xuan Dieu Street with international restaurants & Bars (10 minutes by foot)
Getting to Fraser Suites Hanoi
Frasers Suites Hanoi is located about 26km away from Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport. There are many ways that visitors may get to Fraser Suites Hanoi.
By Airport Transfer (approximately 30 to 40 minutes)
16 Seat - Van
(Price in VND)
4 Seat Car/Mercedes (Price in VND)
Airport Transfer 1 way
Airport Transfer 2 ways
- Taxi is the most common transportation you can find at the Noi Bai Airport.
- The recommended taxi operators are Noi Bai taxi, Airport taxi, Mai Linh airport taxi, Taxi group airport.
- The fare is around 350,000VND (USD17) for a four-seater taxi and 380,000 VND for a 7 seater taxi (toll fees included in taxi fare)
- Currently Vietnam Airlines, Viet Jet Air and Jetstar Pacific provide minibus services between Noi Bai Airport and central Hanoi.
- The fare is 40,000 VND per person and 500,000 VND for chartered service.
- The usual alighting point in central Hanoi is Quang Trung street. From there, take a taxi to get to Fraser Suites Hanoi.
By Public Bus
- Take bus service 17 (red and yellow colour) from Noi Bai Airport and alight at Yen Phu.
- Take a taxi to Fraser Suites Hanoi.
- Bus service is available from 05:00 to 22:00 hours, and runs every 15-20 minutes.
- The far is about 5,000 VND. Luggage bags are limited.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and one of the most charming cities in the region. Well enhanced by the French colonial architecture, tree-line boulevards and beautifully preserved places of interests and ancient monuments, the city is well-loved for its tranquillity and understated natural beauty.
Located on the right bank of the Red River, Hanoi has gradually expanded to become a highly populous and rich residential centre. From 1010 until 1802, the city was the political centre of an independent Vietnam with a few brief interruptions. It was eclipsed by Hue during the Nguyen Dynasty as the capital of Vietnam, but served as the capital of French Indochina from 1887 to 1954. From 1954 to 1976, it was the capital of North Vietnam. Following the end of the war, Hanoi became the capital of Vietnam.
Hanoi has had many names throughout its history, such as Dai La (866) and Thang Long-Ascending dragon (1010), the latter still used poetically to this day. In 1831 the Nguyen Dynasty renamed it Hanoi (which means River interior).
Essential Facts About Hanoi
Mainly Vietnamese, with some French, Russian and Chinese. English is used at major corporations and key places of interest.
There are various kinds of visas for foreigners entering Vietnam. Visa-on-arrival is available at the airport and can also be obtained at the Vietnamese embassies or consulates in your country. It is recommendable to get your visa before entering the country. Most ASEAN countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Korea and Japan are allowed visa-free entry for up to 30 days. Please check with your nearest Vietnamese embassies or consulates.
On arrival, one must complete the white arrival-departure card. Visitors must declare foreign currency in excess of US$7,000. It is prohibited to import and export anti-government literature.
Vietnam uses the Vietnamese Dong (VND), although the US dollar is widely accepted in bigger establishments. Major credit cards are acceptable in most hotels, restaurants and tourist establishments.
A 5% service charge is added to the bill; tipping is at your discretion.
Banks and government offices:
Mondays to Fridays, 07:30/08:00 to 17:00/17:30 hours
Saturdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours
Mondays to Fridays, 07:30/08:00 to 17:00/17:30 hours
Saturdays, 07:30/08:00 to 13:00 hours
Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
Mondays to Sundays: 08:30 to 22:00 hours, including public holidays.
- Country dialling code: 84, Hanoi area code: 4
- Mobile Phones: Network providers available in Hanoi are Vinaphone, Mobifone, Viettel, HT Mobile, S-Fone and City Phone.
- Public Phones: Phone cards are required and these can be purchased in denominations of VND30,000 - VND500,000.
There are a few international standard clinics and hospitals available. It is advisable to seek medical advice about vaccinations and inoculations from your family doctor before travelling, especially if you intend to go off the beaten track to explore the provinces.
Voltage is 220V AC, although 110V AC is sometimes used in rural areas.
- 1 January – New Year's Day
- January/February according to the lunar calendar – Tet or Vietnamese New Year (many businesses close for up to a week)
- April (date to be determined according to the lunar calendar) – Hung Kings Commemorations
- 30 April – Reunification Day (or Liberation Day)
- 1 May – International Labour Day
- 2 September – National Day