Chau Long Sapa Hotel 1

Address: 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

Sapa

A travel blog entry by lizzie.cardis on Aug 28, 2014

... the mountains. There were a lot of Vietnamese ladies who joined us, I wasn't sure why at first and a little old lady who looked about ninety went leaping ahead of me and stopping in front of me to hold my hand and make sure I got down ok. We walked through rocky and slippery terrain and through streams and waterfalls up and down the mountains taking in the beautiful view. Once we arrived at the place we were having lunch at, I realised why the ladies had been ...

Beautiful and Chilly Sapa

A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jun 23, 2014

29 photos

... still wanted all his money. I told him that he wasn't getting anymore from us and we walked toward the hotel. The hotel attendant got some more complaints from the driver and then followed us in. The constant attempts to rip tourists off is something we are not going to miss when we leave Vietnam.

While it is quite a haul to get to Sapa, it is definitely worth the trip. We'd recommend a visit to anyone that is visiting Vietnam and planning to be in Hanoi.
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Sapa, Vietnam (10 - 12th June)

A travel blog entry by travelbuddy14 on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... the views were like nothing we'd seen before. The trek was challenging but enjoyable as the air was really cool, which mean we could catch our breath at least. After a couple of hours we reached Sa's village Lao Chi where we stopped and had lunch. As soon as we sat down we were literally surrounded by about 20 woman from the village trying to sell us stuff! It was completely crazy and no-one bought anything so eventually they left us. Lunch was pretty good, we got ...

Sickness in Sapa

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on May 17, 2014

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... start having children as young as 19 or 20. We talked about the different lifestyle between here and Canada and I let them know that being 31 and never married and no children was not super uncommon. I told them that I did want children and a husband and hopefully I'll have that in my future soon enough. As we made it closer to lunch my stomach pain started to return. We had lunch at a nice local restaurant, but based on how I was feeling ...

How to make friends in high places

A travel blog entry by katetm on Apr 24, 2014

... ogle and stare at us but eventually and thankfully they swapped with an Argentinean couple. All the boys however ended up in the bar cart, so when we rocked up with Alex and Szaby the cart crammed with shirtless men erupted into laughter. The highlight was Sarah jokingly pulling knits out of my hair which then prompted one of the older guys to try the same, all the while laughing about Australia. I think. We may have given them the impression that Aussie ...