Chau Long Sapa Hotel 1

024b Dong Loi, Sapa, 90210, Vietnam | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChau Long Sapa Hotel 1

Reviewed by jenkev

Sapa

Reviewed Nov 12, 2013
by (7 reviews) Forster, NSW , Australia Flag of Australia


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Reviewed by orion1129

Classic, comfortable....a charming hotel

Reviewed Sep 4, 2012
by (4 reviews) (M) Bethlehem & (P) Bayonne , United States Flag of United States

Quietly tucked away off the main street in Sapa, the Chau Long Hotel is the perfect little getaway from the madness of big cities. We stayed here for just one night on our extensive trip of Northern Vietnam, but oh, wish we would have stayed longer. The hotel is incredibly picturesque and the view of the mountains from our very spacious balcony was phenomenal. We absolutely loved the fresh extra towels that magically appeared later in the day after a long day of trekking. The staff is gracious and attentive, and the Western-style breakfast was substantial.
The indoor pool and guest services room (complete with internet access and billiards table) was great...the photography decorating the halls and public places is a really nice touch - and extra bonus: you can purchase it! Although there are lots of options of where to stay to choose from in town, we will definitely be back for a longer stay in the spring 2013.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Chau Long Sapa Hotel 1

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Travel Blogs from Sapa

In the mist!!!!

A travel blog entry by jenkev on Nov 13, 2013

LAST UPDATED: 13 Nov LOCAL TIME: 09:26 22°c (71.6°f) 2MPH (4KPH) Sunrise 06:14 Sunset 17:21 Moonrise 13:43 Moonset 01:08 Temp feels like: 22°c (71.6°f) Length of Day: 10h 46m Humidity: 57 % Dew Point: N/A Pressure: 30.01 " (1016 hpa) Visiblity: 6.0miles (10.0km) AVERAGE FOR NOVEMBER: 14°C (57°F) Walked through local …

Green stairs and mountain air

A travel blog entry by saroni on Jul 17, 2014

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When the train drops us off we still have to take an hour bus ride to the town of Sapa. It's a beautiful little town nestled amongst the mountains and rice fields. We are taken to a hotel to have breakfast. After we finish, the manger directs us to the front of the hotel near the street. Again, no one is telling us what's going on. We stand by the street waiting for I don't know what. Five women approach us dressed in native garb. I can barely understand them, but they are chatty and ...

Above The Clouds

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 14, 2014

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... and a bogged down dumper truck blocked our way. Men chiselling stone from the cliff sides and ladies tending their rice paddy's stopped an stared as we passed. Five ton Buffalo wandered along the road with their wooden bells clonking, controlled only by little girls with sticks, children ran along the road side waving, and the road climbed on. Towns became villages and then became nothing and as we dropped back into a rice filled valley only the sounds of our struggling engines ...

Sapa Hmong village homestay

A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 07, 2014

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... experience you get: Trek as a couple with 2 or 3 local ladies, or trek with a group of 10 , a tour guide and a token Hmong lady (we've seen them set off)? Trek on the small hillside paths and roads, or trek on the mainly tarmac road in the valley? Spend the night with a Hmong family in their house, or sleep in a concrete 'homestay' building with all the other tour group tourists? Meet really wonderful Hmong people and hear about their lives, or listen (unless you're in the back of the ...

How to make friends in high places

A travel blog entry by katetm on Apr 24, 2014

... pair of prescription glasses for about 40 AUD (made in 5 mins!) and Claudine, herein known as Cloudy, got a few more trinkets.

After saying goodbye, Sarah and I headed to see the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the botanic gardens. Ho Chi Minh had asked to be cremated after his death but instead his body was embalmed and put on display in the Mausoleum. The building is only open for a few hours in the morning so we missed seeing the site, but the building ...