Casablanca Hotel

Address: 026 - Dong loi, Sapa, 84, Vietnam | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasablanca Hotel Sapa

    Reviewed by mnex-in-asia

    Very accommodating

    Reviewed Nov 25, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Casablanca was a great place for our family. Plain but clean and cosy rooms - heater, hot water and good internet. Eddie and the staff were so helpful, made sure we had rooms together for our children. We booked a home stay tour with Eddie and Bob our guide was so friendly and fun with our children. Home stay was very memorable and comfortable, delicious food and western bathroom.Home stay staff didn't speak English but Bob stayed with us so all good. Take a pack of cards and a book - not lots to do at homestay but relax. Wet weather resulted in a shortened tour. Casablanca gave us a room and lunch while we waited for train. Would definitely stay here again.

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    Reviewed by wrangly

    Service with a view

    Reviewed Jun 28, 2012
    by (9 reviews) Ontario, Canada , Korea Rep. Flag of Korea Rep.

    The rooms with a view are a great value, but the staff makes the stay. They are friendly and helpful and make you feel very welcome. The rooms are clean and most have3 balconies with a view. The location is central though off the main street so it's not too noisy. We searched all over Sapa and found this place to best suit our lower budget needs.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Casablanca Hotel Sapa

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Sapa

    Time to get active

    A travel blog entry by carolton on Aug 24, 2014

    35 photos

    ... the 2 hour ride and get in. Within minutes of driving, the van makes a stop and someone gets in. Couple minutes later, another stop and another couple Vietnamese locals jump in. Couple stops later, the van is now full with all 12 seats and we start driving. 5 minutes later, van stops again, and 4 more Vietnamese teens jump in. Keep in mind, there are no seats left! So in this van, there's Me, Carolyn, Josh and about 14 Vietnamese locals. Many sharing a seat or sitting on top of ...

    Above The Clouds

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

    28 photos

    ... Islands) had checked in, she waved us off and fed up of our damp surroundings we checked in round the corner at The Elysian Hotel for a few extra Dong. The manager secured our bag of unessentials in his bedroom and we reserved a room for Friday for some post trip comfort. We were surprised when everyone who'd agreed to the adventure in a drunken excitement the night before arrived at Essence. Our group of eight filled the tiny restaurant, where there is great food, friendly service, ...

    Sapa Hmong village homestay

    A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 07, 2014

    31 photos

    ... route. Lunch was cooked at a cafe on the way but included in our price. Just outside the village we stopped at a waterfall to cool our hot feet. We were also invited to 'shower' but as it was school holidays I didn't fancy stripping in front of the kids (could've cleared the area though!). Seh was taking a different path down to the village so it was time to look at her goodies. We bought a couple of hand embroidered bags and a bracelet for about $20 from her and Mai. Up up and up again ...

    Bac Ha, market and haggling with Flower Hmong

    A travel blog entry by dcnandy on May 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... bureau and an iron smith. A great atmosphere and no smell. It is very clean. I decided to buy some items from one stall and approach a chap who seems to be the owner. He immediately points me to his wife, who does the haggling. It is the usual process of different offers being typed out on a calculator, looks of shock at our mutual entries, and an ever gradual move toward smiles and nods. Once or twice she adds three zeros to my offer increasing thousands to ...

    Where you from? How old are you?

    A travel blog entry by eatrunplaysun on Apr 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... up to her village!

    SaPa is beautiful. It is in the middle of rice paddies that are built into the mountainside. Modern machinery is not used, for any farming. Being there and watching the care and harvest of the rice reinforced the need to not waste food- I got to see first hand the blood, sweat, and tears that goes into harvesting rice .... by human beings and not by machines. The hill tribe peoples live a fairly simple life in the mountains ...