Best Party Hostels in Hanoi

If you are looking for the best hostels to party in Hanoi, meet other fellow travellers, with sociable staff and organised events, these are the Party Hostels for you

Hanoi is a city with a wide cultural and historical offering, and one of the must-do stops for anyone visiting South East Asia. An exquisite example of the mixture of Asian and European cultures and with amazing cuisine, it also offers a thriving party scene that goes from the beer corner bars with plastic stools to some fancy nightclubs where people dance away the night. Travelling solo or in group, if you are looking for hostels where you can meet like-minded people looking to have fun in Hanoi these hostels are the place to go! Friendly staff, fun atmosphere and plenty of organised activities to encourage guest socialising. Book now and prepare to unleash the fun in Hanoi


What are the Party Hostels in Hanoi like?

The party hostels in Hanoi are proper party hostels with a fun and lively atmosphere, and they will ensure that your experience in Hanoi is truly unforgettable. From walking tours and pub crawls, to wild daily parties and organised social events, these hostels will provide everything you need for crazy time in this beautiful city. They are energetic and social, so you'll be able to meet other enthusiastic travellers who are ready to party right alongside you! The staff here are friendly and approachable, and they will guide you through some of Hanoi's best nightlife hotspots.

Best Area To Stay in Hanoi for Nightlife

If you're keen to party hard in Hanoi and make the most of the city’s nightlife, you'll want to stay somewhere near all the action. Old Quarter is the best option, as it's where most of Hanoi’s nightlife is concentrated and it’s home to many of the hottest clubs, bars and restaurants in the city. The area is busy and lively, so you'll no doubt have a fantastic time staying here.

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Hanoi Party Guide

Hanoi's nightlife is lively and energetic. The city is extremely diverse, so you can find every kind of venue, from lounge bars to trendy clubs. Hanoi caters to every sort of party goer, whether you want the high-society treatment, or a more casual, street food/drink experience. There are even an array of fantastic backpacker spots for the more adventurous type. Hanoi is the perfect place to let loose and enjoy an ice-cold Bia Hoi—a local Vietnamese draft beer that is beloved by locals and enjoyed almost everywhere in the city. But make sure you start your party early, as most of the bars in Hanoi close at 1am, and clubs stay open only until 3am.

Basic information about nightlife in Hanoi:

Hanoi Nightlife Areas

There are three key party areas if you're keen on having a spectacular Hanoi nightlife experience: Old Quarter, the West Lake and the Historical centre. These areas have an excellent range of venues to check out.

Nightlife in the Old Quarter

The Old Quarter is the place to go if you want a wild time. You'll find the glitziest, craziest bars and clubs here, and are sure to have an incredible time. Bia Hoi Junction, sitting in the centre of the Old Quarter, is where much of the area's best nightlife is concentrated. It can get extremely busy, and is popular with locals, tourists and backpackers looking to party all day and night. There's a wide selection of street food to choose from, and you can try out some affordable Bia Hoi. Hundreds of party goers sit on plastic stools drinking beer, so there'll be many opportunities to socialize. The frenetic, carnival atmosphere is sure to keep you entertained until the early hours of the morning.

Nightlife in The West Lake

This trendy area is where a lot of stylish expats and Vietnamese locals frequent. The crowd here tends to be a bit maturer, and the prices for everything are a little higher. Chic bars and restaurants are scattered here, primarily on the east side of the lake. This area is known for its higher-end venues that attract a more affluent crowd. There's no need to feel excluded, however. While the prices tend to be quite lofty, there are some affordable options as well. The best way to get to and from this district is to use Uber.

Nightlife in Historical Centre

The Historical centre, spanning from the northern end of Hoàn Kim Lake to Tran Hung Dao street, is packed with high-end restaurants, lounges, bars and clubs and is a generally posher area. It's known for its Opera House and attracts many rich Vietnamese locals and tourists. It's also known for its stylish, hip venues and upbeat atmosphere. It has a variety of unique venues, as well as a ton of delicious restaurants to refuel at while you're partying. High-society Vietnamese locals frequent this area, so be prepared to party in style!

Dress code & age restriction for bars and clubs in Hanoi

Dress codes vary depending on where you're partying, so it's best to check out the Facebook page of whatever venue you plan on visiting. For more upscale venues, however, it's best to dress on the fancier side.