Where to staying in Sapa – Sapa trekking tours – Vietnam Premier Travel – Overnight at Homestay – Sapa by night train, by bus.
How to know where to staying in Sapa?
Home to most ethnic minorities, mainly the Zay, H’mong, Dao Do, Thai and Phu La ethnic groups.
380km northwest of Hanoi, bordering China, takes 5 hours to drive towards Hanoi – Lao Cai highway or overnight on the train for about 8 hours.
Located more than 1,000 meters above sea level, The town is foggy all year round. And the special thing also has mountains and extremely beautiful landscape. Attracting domestic and foreign visitors because it has a cool year-round climate, in winter it is also a place with snow.
Sapa town is charming in its own right, with its quaint little streets, coffee shops and bustling markets, however, in our humble opinion, Sapa is best used as the starting point for adventures into the surrounding hills and valleys!
Perhaps this place is considered the place of origin and origin of the most beautiful things that nature offers. Winding small trails, leading the way to the remote and beautiful villages. Noi has beautiful rice terraces to heart. Where there are honest, honest and hospitable people.
In the town with many different accommodation
The town center has a variety of accommodation options, making it easy for all services like booking tours, booking cars or staying overnight. Tourists can refer to the accommodation from high-class to affordable as follows:
- Go Sapa Hotel: This centrally located hostel (sister hostel of Go Ninh Binh), includes breakfast with stunning mountain views! The hostel also offers motorbike rental and a range of tours and treks. Dorm beds cost $5 USD
- Check In Sapa Hostel: This colourful hostel packs plenty of character. The staff are great, everything’s very clean and every room offers a good view of Fansipan. Dorm beds start at $5 USD, privates cost $20 USD.
- Viet Flower Hotel: Up a notch, price-wise, Viet Flower has immaculate rooms from $44 USD. There’s a roof terrace and a garden to meet all your outside needs.
- Sapa Horizon Hotel: If you really feel like splashing out, Sapa Horizon is for you. It will set you back something close to $100 USD per night, but the views are unparalleled, the food is fantastic and the rooms are luxurious.
In the home stay
If in town is an option for travelers who like to walk around the small streets, then the sleeping option is for those who like the rustic and peaceful.
May be in Ta Van Village:
- My Tra Homestay: This 10/10 Hostelworld rated homestay offers a more rural and basic accommodation option, though still with free wifi, hot showers and a family dinner.
- H’mong Stilt House: Charges $4 USD for private rooms! New, clean and amazing views in a peaceful setting. An excellent option!
- Mountain River Homestay: Receives rave reviews for the friendliness of the staff, cleanliness and, again, incredible views. Rooms start at $15 USD.
Or in Hau Thao Village
- Hoa’s homestay: Hoa’s offers good value for money, with doubles starting at $10 USD. They serve good food for a very reasonable price and their beds are particularly comfy.
- H’Mong The Hills: Aside from being a pretty excellent play on words, H’Mong The Hills is equally fantastic value for money. Again, privates cost $10 USD. They also have dorm beds for $5 USD. The view from their terrace is breathtaking!
- Eco Palms House: At $18 USD for a dorm bed, Eco Palms is a bit of an anomaly, especially given that this is Vietnam we’re talking about! However, the place receives reviews so positive that we couldn’t help but include it. Apparently, the food is off-the-scale delicious.
More choice in Ban Den village
- The Little Hmong House: A cute little guesthouse in among the rice paddies at the end of a slightly stomach-churning road. The owners are extremely nice and make their guests feel very much at home. More than one guest has mentioned the spiders, arachnophobia, you’ve been warned! Dorm beds cost $5 USD, privates start at a very reasonable $9 USD.
- D&D Eco: A more up-market affair, D&D offers tastefully decorated rooms, top-notch cleanliness (as you would expect for the price) and wide views across the rice paddies. Rooms start at $30 USD.