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Satori Homestay - Private room near Hoan Kiem Lake
Gastgeber: Chau Phuong
Chau Phuong ist der Gastgeber.
2 Gäste
1 Schlafzimmer
1 Bett
1 Badezimmer
2 Gäste
1 Schlafzimmer
1 Bett
1 Badezimmer
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A few steps from the main street in a quiet alley, you will find the perfect sanctuary hidden from the hustle-bustle of Hanoi.

Take your mind off things and just have a relaxing time at Satori - a home awaits you.

Der Wohnraum

We have 6 private rooms with common area like kitchen, living room and rooftop. 1 bathroom shared between 2 rooms.

A color scheme of teal and beige with plenty of natural elements like wood and plants bring a unique sense of Calm to each room.

The room is small, cosy and stylish, a great price for one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Hanoi. The room is 16m2. Amenities include wireless and a gorgeous full kitchen.

Our beautifully decorated and fully furnished kitchen, living room and open rooftop is the ideal space to spend quality time with your loved ones or to meet people from all walks of life.

We don't ask for a deposit, and we don't hold our guests to a curfew so please feel free to come and go as you please-- just remember to lock the door whenever you're heading out and try to keep things clean and tidy after you've used them! We are more personable than a hotel experience so we ask that you treat our home with care :) We also have a discounted weekly rate and monthly rate which adjusts accordingly to the season.

We have 4 different listings for the rooms, so if the dates you want are not available here, feel free to check others:

Zugang für Gäste

During your stay, you'll have access to these wonderful things:

- Your private bedroom with door-lock enclosure, a full-sized bed that comfortably sleeps 2 guests with fresh linens, Air Conditioner that has Heat function also, and essentials.

- Shared living room with 40" flat screen television (with HDMI connection for your laptop to watch movies and videos)

- Shared full kitchen with stainless steel appliances, microwave, fridge and oven.

- Shared dining room which seats up to 6 people at the dinner table

- Shared full bathroom which has a shower. We provide you with fresh towels and the essentials during your stay!

- Our balcony, for fresh air, BBQ activities and/or smoking needs. (If you smoke, you're also welcome to hang outside the building or on the roof if you'd like a change of scenery!)

- Guest keys (provided during arrival & check-in)

You will also have access to our high speed Internet & wifi services.

Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück

Reinigungsgebühr 4 €
Wochenrabatt: 10%
Wochenendpreis 22 € / Nacht
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Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett

Rauchen verboten
Nicht für Haustiere geeignet
Keine Partys oder Veranstaltungen
Nicht sicher oder ungeeignet für Kinder (0–12 Jahre)
Die Check-in-Zeit ist 14:00–18:00
Check-out bis 12:00

- Keep quiet after 10pm


Abschließbares Zimmer

1 Nacht Mindestaufenthalt.

3 Bewertungen

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Nutzerprofil von Jean
April 2017
A nice view room in the heart of Hanoi. i had great exp here. Thuy was so nice even i asked about my complicated checkin time. everything is simple but so unique and clean. its really worth the money. Thank you so much for hosting me ^^

Nutzerprofil von Lauren
Februar 2017
**Basically: Short term residents everything is probably fine, its just very loud in the morning (And theres a new baby in the house next door) If you’re considering a long term stay I would read below.** ------------------------------------------------------------------- Allow me to start by saying, a week in I totally thought I would have a rave review for this place. I stayed long term, almost 2 months. I am working remotely so an internet connection is naturally very important- The first week or two the house was basically empty and the wifi was perfect, the second the house filled up the wifi cut out daily for hours at a time. Or once it took 20 minutes to download a 2.7MB file. (Theres a trick, sometimes you can connect from downstairs and then go upstairs, you can try that if its not working) Satori is supposed to be incredibly quiet, and in a way it is, and in a way I don’t see where that came from. If you are a morning person there is a market right outside your door beginning right at 6am. There are many many roosters stuffed in cage right outside your window (And they actually crow all throughout the night) Having a market right there in a way is awesome, but its very very noisy. (Im actually a morning person and it was still a bit much) On top of that theres a new baby in the house beside Satori, which started out fine and in the last two weeks was screaming bloody murder and waking me up every night. The washer smells like mildew because they leave wet laundry in there overnight all the time. The dryer wasn’t working when I arrived. (This place isn’t cheap and I don’t find this acceptable) There was also issues with the stove top, and the toaster oven disappeared at one point as if no one was using it. My most outright complaint is regarding the morning I went downstairs, haven’t even had my coffee yet and in my robe, to find a 20 person film crew and tons of equipment stuffed in the living room with no notice what so ever. I couldn’t prepare food all day, couldn’t later go downstairs to use the wifi when I had to work, and they stayed all day and didn’t leave until 11pm when I personally had to text Chau saying enough because I wanted to sleep. And all this with absolutely no warning. Oh wait one more- I asked to extend my stay till the 5th, which was confirmed, and then was told the house was only available till the fourth. So I had to pack up all my things just to leave Hanoi at 6am the next day, when if I was told the correct information I could have just rearranged my trip. The house is very clean, and I do believe that Chau and her family do their best- Chau is very nice and helped me with some other things...
Nutzerprofil von Chau Phuong
Antwort von Chau Phuong:
It's a pretty long review and I do apologise to all the potential guest if those stuff concerned you. 1. Vietnam is a developing country, doesn't mean everything here is cheap, especially if you live in Hanoi and 5 min walk to Hoan Kiem Lake. For 17$/night, I am 100% sure it's IMPOSSIBLE to find an accommodation with: - Central location - Wooden floor - Air conditioning (cool/heat) - Filtered drinking water (do you know how many guests came to my house and were extremely surprised that they could actually tap water in Vietnam?) - Bathroom facilities made in Germany - Induction cooker - Washing machine, Dryer, Detergent for FREE (laundry service charge outside is 1$/kg). And again, a dryer is not something every household in Vietnam would have in their house, I really don't understand why its UNACCEPTABLE that it wasn't working when you arrived? It is complimentary and other guests are even grateful for being able to do laundry. 2. Airbnb is all about sharing the local experience, and an early morning market is what's happening here on a daily basis. If you want a completely isolated place, please consider an apartment next time, which is not at all a local experience. It's either hate it or love it, and I am sorry it was bad for you. 3. I stated very clearly on my listing that my house has 6 bedrooms which means you would have to share common space with others. You complained about the laundry left overnight, but did you do your dishes immediately or did you leave them overnight also? The maid had to clean them for you quite a few times and never got your "thank you". I am not around 24/7 to clean up the mess made by guests, If there was anything caused by others that made your stay unpleasant, I made sure they have bad reviews for not obeying the house rules. 4. The film crew actually rented 3 bedrooms that day so they had full access to the common area. To be completely fair, they were just there, not using anything in the kitchen or stopping you from cooking. I took the toaster for one day and seriously if you needed it, all you had to do was ask me. 5. I didn't confirm anything about your extension. Please re-read our conversation again, I said the room was available until 5th with the price of xxx, but then you asked for another price or else you would move to another place. Then i said with that price the room was only available until 4th. You agreed and even asked if you could come back at 12am on 5th to do shower after your yoga session. Our check out time is 12 and I didn't ask you to leave at 6am, it was totally your choice, why did you say like I FORCED you to check out early? One last thing is, if you had found my place that terrible, why did you even want to extend your stay? You had plenty of time to find another option and honestly I would have been more than happy to refund all your money if you had found somewhere else cheaper but nicer.
Februar 2017

Nutzerprofil von David
Januar 2017
This is a beautiful place to stay, clean, comfortable and a little quieter being just outside the old quarter. There's a great breakfast spot outside too! I would recommend this place to anyone travelling to Hanoi.

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Even though I may not be around everyday I always have someone responsible taking care of the guests. I am very easy going and would be more than happy to help make your stay at my place as comfortable as possible. I am only a phone call away or a text away.

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