Beautiful 4 star hotels and resort in Sapa
There are lots of quality hotels and resorts for you to choose, but there are some beautiful 4 star hotels and resort in Sapa for you to refer.
You can also take Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus to have the best price for traveling .
If you want to stay at a homestay , you can read this post : 8 beautiful Sapa homestays to explore
Victoria Sapa resort
Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is built in 1998 , it is the first four-star luxury hotel in the North West Mountains. Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is like a small village in the style of the commercial style, along with the mountains of the highlands region.
It may be about 95$-100$/night for 3 adults, .. and it can be changed in each season. You should find information about price before going.
Amazing Sapa Hotel
Located in Dong Loi, Sapa town, conveniently located in the close proximity of Sapa’s shopping, restaurants and attractions, the Amazing Sapa Hotel boasts exquisite style, spacious and important living room.
The four star hotel has 82 guest rooms and suites with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and terraced rice fields. Luxurious and modern, the hotel offers modern rooms with amenities, free wireless internet access, a heated swimming pool, a fitness center, beauty and spa services, restaurants and bars, etc. And a range of fine banquet and meeting venues to cater for all needs and occasions.
Chau Long Sapa Hotel
The hotel is located on a street in the center of Sapa. It consists of 2 zones (4 star and 2 star) with the difference price of each zone .
This is the only hotel in Sapa with 65 rooms with beautiful views overlooking Fansipan Mountain and Muong Hoa valley. Muong Hoa Restaurant on the 5th floor of hotel with capacity of 80 guests will be a place where you can enjoy local specialties as well as European and Asian dishes. This hotel is also an ideal place for visitors to enjoy the scenery with the meeting. The meeting room on the second floor can accommodate up to 120 guests with state-of-the-art equipment that you need.
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