The Boutique Sapa Hotel is a great hotel for a few days in Sapa.
The rooms are large and in good condition.
But many (ours included) seem to lack a wardrobe or hanging space for clothes - a small point but may affect some visitors in the cooler wetter seasons wanting to dry wet clothes.
The beds were a little firm for my liking, but we still slept well.
The hotel is well located being just off the main shopping street and near the local market. Good restaurants are also close by.
It was hot (35C) when we were there and the hotel has no air conditioning - but this is true of all Sapa hotels as Sapa is basically an alpine village.
The breakfast included in our tariff was limited but adequate. We didn't explore the full breakfast menu so there may have been some good options that we were unaware of.
If you are spending a night or two in Sapa the Boutique Sapa Hotel is a good option.
Ask for a room on the mountain side as these have fabulous views.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Upon arrival at our hotel, customers will be enchanted by one of the best views in all of Northeastern Vietnam. In addition to unadulterated views of the surrounding mountains, including the highest mountain in all Southeast Asia (Mt. Fansipan: 1343 meters), visitors can see the entire Muong Hoa valley and the skyline of Sapa Town. The majority of our rooms face either the Muong Hoa Valley and Mt. Fansipan, or the scenic and colorful Fansipan Lane, twisting down towards Cat Cat village. ... more less
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