Me and my friend visited Sapa View a few days before Christmas without having any reservation. The bus droped us infront of the hotel 7 am. in the freezing foggy morning (it was 5-8 degree celcius). We agrreed to try our luck as it was too cold and luckily there were spaces in this hotel. We felt right since the first step with the great welcoming by hot tea, heater & nice smiles.
The girl at the reception was amazingly great, she gave us the early check in to the room right away and also upgraded us free of charge to the deluxe room. It was on 5th floor which was extremly high but was never a problem when the friendly young boy, Nihn, carrying the lugguages for us all the way and prepared the fire place in room (which was actually didn't help much). Ninh was only 15 year old with kind heart so it was nice chatting with him while he tried to fire the fireplace. With the fact that we were on the 5th floor, the view was incredible and I can recommend you this room than the one on lower floor.
I talked with the other travellers from other hotels and understand the rate of this hotel is quite high in comparative but with better quality and location. The electric blanket kept us sleep like a baby in the night. Hot water worked fine, free wifi in room, breakfast was great - try Pho Beef!, location was a little bit out of town which is great but maybe inconvenience for sigle lady to walk at night.
Sapa is a lovely village and would definitely nicer to visit in spring or summer. I m positive that I'll find my way back again to see sapa in green and I would be happy to stay at Sapa view.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking the breathtaking Muong Hoa valley, the Sapa View Hotel offers competitive rates for rooms with views of Mount Fansipan, the last major peak in the Himalayan chain and Indochina's highest mountain. Less than a five-minute walk from Sapa town's main shopping and restaurant area, Sapa View remains quiet and just off the beaten path. Wooden furnishings combined with locally-made decorative handicrafts provide a decor that is both modern and culturally specific to the area. With over fifty photographs and detailed descriptions of local customs lining entrances and hallways, Sapa View serves as a convenient gallery museum for its guests. Room amenities include bathrobes, a fireplace or electric heater, electric blankets and hair dryers for cold winter months, as well as flat-screen cable TVs, safes for valuables, tea/coffee/minibar and WiFi. Sapa View also offers a restaurant, bar, terrace, massage, bike rental, car hire services and free parking. All travel arrangements can be made through the hotel, including trekking and homestays in ethnic minority villages. Please inquire with the hotel for a full list of services. A partnership was recently made between Sapa View Hotel and the Sapa O'Chau community development project, which supports education of children and families from local tribes. As a guest of Sapa View you may support their efforts by responsibly purchasing from the craftstore or by scheduling a guided trek. There are also opportunities to volunteer during your stay. ... more less
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