Boutique Sapa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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Travel Blogs from Sapa
... s house where she set up a bowl of warm water so that we could wash and made our bed in the attic area. It was very cozy, complete with mozi net to go over the bed. Toilet facilities were a little more basic - round the back of the house or in the bamboo field! When we arrived at the house there were 2 small boys there who were neighbours' children so we had some fun with them; Then more children arrived for a while with Sese's 7 year old daughter; Then Sese's 10 year old son ...
... and past lots of really rural and interesting stuff. Many people were out in the fields working, preparing for the new rice crop. Some paddies were being ploughed by buffalo, some by hand, some by petrol rotivator. Some had bright green rice seedlings growing ready to be transplanted, other were further advanced and had already been planted out. In these parts they only have ...
We arrived at Lao Cai train station and, as promised, there was a bus to meet us and take us to the Sapa Summit Hotel where we could shower, change, have breakfast and leave our backpacks whilst we went trekking. Our guide, a young H'Mong girl named Mee-Mee introduced us to the other 8 people in our group and off we went. We walked and chatted through some breath-taking scenery for about 8 km to Lao Cha village where we had lunch. Our guide and the ...
... family weren't in yet so we sat outside on the porch with a drink and took in the beautiful view of the valley. We were sat right next to a river and the view really was postcard perfect, it didn't seem real. We watched a tiny boy herd water buffalo right past us. He was so tough and was throwing stones at the buffalo to et hen to move- he can't have been more than five. We went and sat by the stream and just chilled all afternoon- it was lovely. Then we finally got to meet ...