Flying into Hanoi late night, I rocked up to TU House a shade before midnight. Fortunately, the nice owner was able to come down and let me in as I'd notified him of my late arrival. I was shown my room which was a very spacious, very worth it, superior room with what I remember being a king bed. There was plenty of room to lay out all my stuff and stretch out, as well as ample closet space to hang the rest. The gigantic window had a view of the street below and looked towards some government-type building (as this is Ba Dinh District). The bathroom was also quite big and I was happy to see there was soap and shampoo dispensers after someone had nicked mine at the hostel prior. After a couple weeks on the road, and spending most of them in shared accommodation, a night's stay here was the reset my body needed. I was able to sleep comfortably (with the exception of someone blaring their TV down the hallway) and wake up in peace. Check out wasn't until noon, which gave me plenty of time to go for a nice morning run through the nearby botanical gardens. When I returned, the super friendly staff made me breakfast on the spot. Then the owners' adorable young daughter struck up a conversation with me to practice her impressive English as I waited for my Grab to move over the the Old Quarter. Couldn't have asked for a better night's stay. I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking for affordable luxury, travelling alone or with a partner, or anyone wanting to stay in Ba Dinh District. The only downside to this is that it's almost too quiet in the evening and may not be best for those wanting to be closer to the action.