Boutique Sapa Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sapa
... train journey was long forgotten upon arrival in beautiful Sapa; with the misty early morning making it look as though we were visiting a cloud, which dispersed into glorious blue skies during the day, allowing us to enjoy the spectacular surrounding landscape (none of the photos do it justice!). The main attraction in Sapa is trekking to the numerous minority villages located in the surrounding mountains. Again, we used the recommendations Tim and Fliss had provided and arranged ...
... s favourite cocktail bar in HCMC) for a mango martini in her honour. Rich told me a typical El anecdote about how they went for cocktails up the SkyBar and Ella was thrilled when the bill came and they (well, he) had spent over a million dong!! Some things never change...
Next stop was Hoi An which I loved. It was much calmer than HCMC (largely because it is pedestrianised) and so picturesque. I cycled to the beach ...
... either though the Vietnamese seem to have an affinity for packaging materials. I had lunch after at buffalo bell which was pretty cheap and delicious. Then I got a 45min foot and leg massage- about the best $6 I've ever spent and brought myself a warm waterproof coat as apparently it can be chilly at the homestay tomorrow, it's quite cool here tonight and a bit of mist, but no proper rain- apparently that's ...
The style of some of the crafts differs slightly depending on the ethnicity of the person who made it. The Sa Pa district is home to some of the 53 ethnic minority groups across Vietnam; the ones with the largest populations in the are are H'Mong, Muong, Tay, Dzao and Kinh. Many of the ethnic minorities who live here originally came for China, and are now live across much of southern China, northern and central Vietnam, Loas, northern Cambodia ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- 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
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.