Guidebook Where to stay in and around Sapa

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Where to stay in and around Sapa

Topas Ecolodge: “These bungalows are built to overlook Ban Ho village to the south and have the Hoang Lien mountain range as a beautiful background … the Executive Bungalows, at a slightly more expensive price per night, overlooks Thanh Kim village to the north together with more unique mountain ranges as a backdrop!” (Wanderlust Storytellers)  

Chau Long Hotel: “The ramparts of this modern take on a castle stand in view of the Delta Restaurant down a sidestreet leading away from Sapa’s main drag … the location is good, so the views from the new wing in particular are fantastic ... has a good bar and restaurant serving midrange Western and Vietnamese entrees …the hotel’s most unique feature is a heated swimming pool. (Travelfish)  

Victoria Sapa Resort: “After a few days of trekking, treat yourself with a bit of pampering … this upmarket spa complex at the Victoria Sapa Resort has gorgeous massage and treatment rooms. (Lonely Planet)

Hoàng Kim Homestay “offers a beautiful lake view and a sun terrace with the peaceful atmosphere … some ethnic minorities are currently inhabiting in this stunning place.” (Maze Vietnam)

Sapa Royal View: “Rooms are spacious and light and though minimally furnished come with the expected hotel accoutrements… deluxe rooms have heaps of room and a sweeping view of the valley … buffet breakfast in their smart restaurant is included … staff speak good English and are very sweet.” (Travelfish)

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