Review : Boss Legend Hotel Hanoi

For my last day in Hanoi and once the backpacking trip had ended I had decided to book myself into a nicer hotel to end the trip in style. Unfortunately the hotel I had booked was awful, awful location and the so called gym and swimming pool was a shambles. I sat in my room nearly in tears thinking this is not how I wanted my trip to end, so I got back online and after a bit of googling found the Boss Legend Hotel. The pool looked fab, as did the gym, there was an onsite spa and the location was ideal, right by the lake in the old quarter. I booked it straight away and headed in a taxi to the new hotel (after paying the old hotel a large amount of money for a 30 minute stay!!).

I guess it was bit of a shock when I turned up at the hotel as I had only booked the hotel 10 minutes and after a bit of juggling of rooms everything seemed to be sorted (phew!). The staff were friendly to me, although a little bewildered by this girl with a huge rucksack in gym gear turning up to this luxury hotel (just because I’m dressed like a traveller doesn’t mean I can live the luxury lifestyle too!!)
I was given the key to my room and headed in the lift to floor 6 and along to my room 602. I entered the room and instantly felt at home, the large bed, TV and lovely bathroom, I felt 10 times better!
I headed straight to the gym which was a good size and the views of the city were amazing whilst working out on the cross trainer.
The room had also provided me with a laptop which was pretty sweet, so I spent the rest of the afternoon writing blog posts whilst watching the tennis.

The next day I woke up early for breakfast which was served on the 11th floor again with amazing views of the city, in the summer you can also eat outside on the roof terrace which is a bonus. Breakfast had a large choice and I enjoyed croissants, French bread, pancakes and fruit.
I spent the morning chilling by the pool before checkout at 12. The pool was empty so was nice to have it all to myself and it was a good size.

After checking out I headed to the Legend Spa, which is the spa connected to the hotel in the basement, here I enjoyed my first ever hot stone massage and also got a gel manicure. The afternoon was lovely and I felt truly pampered.

In the evening I took the private shuttle arranged by the hotel to the airport.

Thank you to Boss Legend Hotel for being so accommodating and helpful to me and turning my frown upside down. You sure did make my last day in Hanoi and last day of the trip very memorable.

If I ever return to Hanoi I will sure stay with you again.

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