Bamboo Sapa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBamboo Sapa Hotel
When we walked into our room, an incredible view greeted us, stupendous mountains before our eyes! The room was spacious and comfortable and the staff very obliging.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa
We woke to cloud covered mountains and drizzling rain, that soon cleared to see the magnificent view once more. Our guide found us at Breakfast to inform us that we would not be able to go to the waterfall today due to the rain, it would be too dangerous and slippery. So we could relax for the day. After a loooong breakfast, John decided that as …
Chiang Ngyuen, our guide met us at the station. We walked around the corner to a small Restaurant for breakfast at Lao Cai. It struck us immediately how quiet, clean and more organised this town is than Hanoi. We had been told we would be taken to a Hotel for breakfast, so John was a little disappointed that he couldn't have his big breakfast, but …
We spent the night on the train from Hanoi to Lao Cai and arrived early in the morning (5.00). We had a quick coffee at "Le Bordeaux" in Lao Cai before we got on the bus to Sapa. The road was very winding and we climbed almost 1000 m before entering into Sapa town.
The Bamboo Hotel served us a great breakfast before we once …
Sunday 13th October - Sapa
At the station we were met by Pang, a Hmong lady from the hills, dressed in traditional dress who was to be our guide. She spoke excellent English but told us that she can neither read nor write but will learn from her eldest daughter who has started school. Pang took us for an
... tant bien que mal. C'était vraiment chouette. Pendant la nuit, on a entendu tout un raffu et l'homme de la maison est parti. Il a dû aller aider les habitants d'un village voisin à éteindre un feu dans la forêt. A part ça on a très bien dormi sur notre lit de planches. Le lendemain matin on a été réveillé aux aurores par le coq du village.... On a eu un peu de temps pour se balader et admirer les vues de la montagne avec les brumes matinales. Après un petit déjeuner copieux ...