Sapa Luxury Hotel

036 Fansipang, Sapa, 84-20, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Peak into the local ways

A travel blog entry by andrea87

  • Being accosted by a choir of the local Hmong women chanting 'buy from meeee' on arrival
  • Discovering the trendy 'The Hill Station' cafe
  • The beautiful embroidered traditional costumes of the local hill tribes - but wondering if some of them were just faking it
  • Andrea's amazing massage at the prestigious Victoria Spa …

Days 6 & 7 - meeting the local tribes

A travel blog entry by donna1981


Today would be a chance to conduct another trek to a village a lot further away than Cat Cat. For this trip we would have our illustrious guide...Sue with us. We set off out of Sapa following the. Main road south for a kilometre before breaking off and heading down the into the valley. We would be walking to Sue's village of Lao Chai and we soon …

Days 4 & 5 - Overnight train and arriving in Sapa

A travel blog entry by donna1981


Our train left the chaos of Hanoi station at just after 9pm and we got settled into our little cabin. There were 2 little beds, air conditioning and a table in our cabin and western toilets in our carriage and after an early start at Halong Bay plus a long bus ride back to Hanoi we thought we'd be fast asleep in no time....wrong! Once the train …

And More Sa Pa

A travel blog entry by dbrinkmeyer


We liked Sa Pa so well we extended our stay. We also kept hoping for the clouds and mist to clear so that we might actually see the mountains. We hired a local Hmong woman to take us "trekking" to her village. Our guide, Mimi, is 31 and has three children. We were joined by her sister-in-law who is 16 and pregnant with her first child. (Vietnam has …


A travel blog entry by dbrinkmeyer


Neither Lance nor I had been to Sapa, Vietnam. It's way up in the northwest part of the country in the mountains. The French developed it as a hill station so they could escape when the heat in the lowlands was too intense. Today it is a tourist mecca, except that it is so remote it isn't crowded.
Remote means 11 hours on a slow train from …

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This 2 star hotel is located on 036 Fansipang, Sapa.
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