Boutique Sapa Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Sapa Hotel
Nice hotel, friendly staff although they were all new and spoke very little English. Rooms were comfy, but loud
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Zo, volgende update. Ik was gestopt bij de sleeper bus waar we mee naar Sapa zouden gaan. Dit was prima geregeld. We werden opgehaald bij het hotel met een minibusje, waarmee we een bron van ergernis vormden voor alle motobikes. Alles er in gepropt en op weg naar de verzamelplek vanwaar de bus zou vertrekken. Toen de bus eenmaal aankwam had Roel …
... sometimes a little more hazardous as we tried to keep our footing whilst descending some quite steep parts. The whole exploit took about 4 hours and we thoroughly recommend it to anyone visiting Sapa. The entrance is actually in the town and easily found, when you are on top of the mountain though you are in another world, very satisfying. We obviously rewarded ourselves with a few beers at a place called the Franzipan Restaurant, we sat outside ...
... us for the journey back to Sapa. It’s only 8 Kilometres but with potholes every few metres and the usual assortment of crazy drivers it took a long time.
Back at the hotel we were led to a room with a Bar, Comfortable Chairs and hot showers. Heaven! The final stage of this adventure was another overnight train ride. This time it was much busier and I was sharing with three strangers. They were two girls and one guy from Melbourne but unlike ...
... left at 8.30pm and it was just going on 4pm. We wanted to buy a box of red wine to drink on the train and went in search of a minimart of sorts. We came up empty, Googling the closest supermarket was a 40-minute walk away and we didn’t care enough to walk it. We found a reasonably priced restaurant and settled in for the long wait, ordering a bit of food, a beer (for Edd) and plugging our phones into their sockets.
3 and a half hours later, we made our way ...
... poor tour guide waited for us. She was from the Dzay minority and she explained how she'd learnt English by listening to foreigners (it's amazing how many people out here have never studied English and have just learnt from listening to tourists). She wore black clothes with intricate colourful stitching and embroidered accessories. She told us that an outfit can take a year to make, so she only has two!
We drove for a short while up into the mountains, admiring the ...