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Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel

018 Phan Si Pang St | Fan Xi Pang St, Sapa 19999, Vietnam
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Ranked #25 of 38 hotels in Sapa
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    4.5 of 5 stars
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    4 of 5 stars
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    4 of 5 stars
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    4.5 of 5 stars
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    4 of 5 stars
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Durban, South Africa
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had a lovely stay at Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel. However the pick up from the station in Lao Cai, which we had sent numerous e mails to confirm, did not arrive, resulting in us having to take a taxi to Sapa, at great, and unplanned for, expense.

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed July 8, 2014

below is a copy of an email sent to the manager which has not been answer even thou the staff read it and apologized: Our stay in your hotel has been far from satisfactory and our life put at risk the following issues have occurred have been I would like to highlight then to you WE arrived and were met... More

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Surfers Paradise, Australia
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12 hotel reviews
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 29, 2014 via mobile

We stayed at the Sapa Roms for 2 nights and had a lovely time. There is an artist in residence there at the moment, Bridget March, and if you get the chance to chat to her it is well worth it. The decor in the rooms is a clever use of local textiles. The view from our room was spectacular.... More

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed March 11, 2014

Yes, Sapa Rooms is a lovely place where local craft is given a contemporary touch. I haven't seen too many places that make use of design, but this is one. And the coffee is great! But No, as a hotel, Sapa Rooms does not meet the standard any longer. For 59 dollars you do not want a leaking roof in... More

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Sapa, Vietnam
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed February 15, 2014 via mobile

We arrived in Sapa from Hanoi on the train at 5am and was told by the hotel we would be picked up. We did have someone to meet us but ended up waiting an hour in a cold car park for the next train to arrive so the mini bus was full. When we arrived at our hotel the reception... More

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed December 28, 2013

The rooms once would have been stunning but are now a little tired. Sadly the room I was in was totally disfunctional. Lights and furniture in stupid places, door keys that make so much noise that the whole floor is woken every time someone comes in or out. My room was freezing and although the heater was on when I... More

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Hanoi, Vietnam
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed December 26, 2013

We turned up at 9.30 for our cooking course and did a quick market tour which was great but then spent a cold hour waiting in another hotel while the chef organised the day, then eventually got to the mountain retreat around 11, only to wait again while the course was prepared. The cooking itself was minimal, we basically just... More

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 25, 2013

We didn't stay here, just came for coffee some days and also for the Christmas dinner. The Christmas dinner was more expensive than what we normally paid in Sapa, but it also covered the cost of Christmas dinner for all the children from the local school. Definitely worth it! The 3 course meal was incredible! We had the vegetarian option... More

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed December 23, 2013

My wife was really looking forward to the cookery course. The quality of the course was good, but $35 each was too steep. We then had to wait. 2 hours in the cold for our transport into sapa. With out the wait the course would have scored a 3. @ $20 per person a 4. But we lost the use... More

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed December 11, 2013

We booked a cooking class with sapa rooms but it was definitely not worth $35 per person. First we were rushed over the local market, than a van drive us to the kitchen, which is outside (so bring jackets when it is cold). Most of the dishes were prepared by the chef in the kitchen and we were told to... More

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Address: 018 Phan Si Pang St | Fan Xi Pang St, Sapa 19999, Vietnam
Location: Vietnam > Lao Cai Province > Sapa
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Sapa Rooms is a community focused hotel with a big heart. Established by its Australian owner in 2007 to assist the local ethnic minority communities who inhabit the Sapa region. Sapa Rooms is a popular destination for people wishing to experience the real Sapa in a way that no other business in Sapa can offer. Through out their properties their guests are encouraged to make conscious decisions which impact their holiday destination in a positive way. If you wish to travel with generosity and give back while feeling a real connection to the culture then Sapa Rooms will be more then a hotel stay for you, it will be a real moving experience. We encourage our guests to assist with our numerous community projects when they stay in our lovely relaxed boutique hotel because we believe our business has a responsibility to give back to the local community. Our staff team over more then 90 people comprise local ethnic minority people and disadvantaged youth who have been trained in the hotel’s ongoing vocational training program. Our team of chefs have been thoroughly trained at KOTO the school for disadvantage youth, in Hanoi. Our rooms are inspired by the romance of the surrounding mountain ranges, a haven of simple style and comfort. With crisp white linen, flowing silk curtains, and original art works. Each room has a 80cm plasma TV, DVD library, cable TV, book and games library in 5th floor lounge room. Our restaurant is very popular as all the produce is organic and grown on our retreat. An extensive wine list, local Vietnamese and fusion international dishes with many vegetarian options on the menu. The Australian owner comes from a chefs background so guarantee you will enjoy the food his enthusiastic team serves up each day. Homemade ice cream, freshly baked cakes and real coffee is just the beginning. Every piece of art in Sapa Rooms tells a story, they have all been hand crafted by the owner using the local artisan talent and tools, the owner sources all the materials locally by trekking into the jungle to free and fair trade with the ethnic minority people. Sapa Rooms believes socially aligned sourcing is a step in the right direction for positive change. The entire team in Sapa Rooms looks forward to welcoming you to Sapa and are waiting to look after you. ... more   less 
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