Holiday Sapa Hotel
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As my first adventure after arriving in Vietnam, I took an overnight train up to Sapa, the indigenous hilltribe country of Northern Vietnam (near the China border). Although I had heard of Sapa's lush and mountaneous beauty, I was skeptical as I'd also heard that too many tourists (like me) were impacting Sapa in a big way. My fears were unfounded …
We arrived at the train station in Lao Cai around 5:30 in the morning. They hustled us off of the train and we met up with our driver from the hotel. We proceeded to drive through the mountains of northern Vietnam through rising mist and half hidden rice paddies. Upon arrival at the hotel, we were able to shower and eat some breakfast and were …
So day 2 we embarked on an "easy" walk. The early going turned out to be a bit more difficult than expected, as we were marching more or less straight up the mountain. And our path was a creek. Eventually we got toward the top, where a nice path led the way. This, also, sometimes turned into a creek, but other than that it was a pleasant hike. …
As our time in Vietnam was likely drawing to a close, we realized we still hadn't been to Sapa, one of the supposed gems of the country. Hidden high in the mountains of the northwest, close to the border of China, Sapa was an old French hill station. With the weather edging toward winter, we were worried we would be too late to experience all the …
The train arrived at Lao Cai, about 30kms from Sapa at about 5am, we were met by a guy from the tour company, and herded onto a minibus. Already pretty full so we had to squeeze in right up the back, and not really able to see much, so it was a slow boring drive.
Arrived in Sapa and checked in to our hotel, Holiday Sapa. Lovely huge room, …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Sapa Hotel
Lovely clean well appointed rooms. Beds were clean and king sized and the softest I have slept on so far. No noises permeated the walls except for occasional bump from rooms above. Hot shower was great and the view from the room is spectacular. Lovely ladies in traditional mountain tribal dress selling trinkets outside the hotel was special. Service terrific, very polite people who were attentive and non-invasive. I was told they would carry up,the stairs to your room if the lift was broken.
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