Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Cha Pa Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa Sapa
Travel Blogs from Sapa
... rescue him, he decided he didn't want to come down, and dug his claws in. They managed to get him down, although he was clinging on for dear life to the guys arm, like he was doing a cat pull up. That must've hurt. We wandered back towards our hotel, and stopped for lunch at a nice little sanctuary of a cafe. It was like a library it was so quiet. It was nice to get away from the all the city noise for a bit. In the evening after a shower we had some grub, and just as ...
... journey. This became the pattern of things. The women would find a group of trekkers, help them, make them hearts out of grass and flowers and expect us to buy something when it was time to part.
At lunch on the first day, our entire table was surrounded by women, young and old, selling everything from hand embroidered scarves, bracelets, bags, wallets, metal jewelry, you name it. We all said no, but they stuck around anyway. It was extremely annoying. We felt ...
... son from England, a young couple from Barcelona and a Eastern European guy and his vietnamese girlfriend. We spoke with the young couple a lot, they were really cool. They told us about Barcelona which we now need to visit. We walked through the villages, admiring the scenery and watching people working the rice terraces. There were so many cute little chicks, some swimming in the rice paddies, and a lot of Buffalo. Some of them were ...
... others a dealer arrived with a French girl named Anna. She wanted to sell the bike to the dealer but was told about our interest. I checked out these two bikes and both where ok. The dealer (called Stone) said that he had never met anyone who checked out a bike like I did as he noticed that I paid little attention to the looks but more to the mechanical part. Well thanks for the compliment, I could have added “hey Stone- you rock!” but ...
... to the host family. Because of their interest in Harry - who began to develop a fever only a few hours after our arrival at the Homestay - we had the opportunity to engage a little further with our local hosts, but even this felt minimal. After a very disturbed night for Harry, ourselves, and (due to the afore-mentioned open-plan lodging) everyone else, our group set out for another day of incredible views and calorie-burning hiking, now two members smaller due ...