Boutique Sapa Hotel
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Arrived at the station to a hotel representative holding up a card with Lydia's name, which was a nice sight to see when having travelled on the train all night. The journey up into the mountains lasted around an hour, where we were greeted by one of the hotel staff whose voice and demeanour was so chilled, he almost put me to sleep - in a good way …
Morgens früh um 6:00 werden wir vom Radio des lokalen Volkskommitees, das aus riesigen Lautsprechern über die Stadt schallt, geweckt. Eine Stunde versuchen wir das Geschepper zu überhören, dann müssen wir sowieso aufstehen. Am Sonntagmorgen findet nämlich in Bac Ha der große Markt statt, zu dem neben viel H'mong …
After taking the overnight train from Hanoi, we arrived in Sapa in the early morning. The cooler temperatures and reduced humidity were a welcome relief from the oppressive heat of Hanoi.
We drove out the Flower Hmong village market. This was so cool! At the market you could buy everything from handmade silver jewelry and purses to a …
We were getting the night train to sapa and a guy from our hotel dropped us off, got our tickets and found our train/carriage for us. Good job as station v confusing. We were in a sleeper cabin on top and bottom bunks sharing with 2 others.
There was a girl already in our cabin and she seemed upset, then she was running out to her …
For a change, we take the night train to travel from Hanoi to Sapa, our last destination in Vietnam. We pay a little more for our privacy and take a cabin for 2. The train looks much older than on the picture on the Internet but it's a class act. You get a red rose on your bed, beers, coke, water and apples in your room and hot tea as we depart. …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Nice hotel, friendly staff although they were all new and spoke very little English. Rooms were comfy, but loud
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