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The summary says it all. If your expectations are low, you will not be disappointed. It is a cheap option for staying in Sapa.
What I liked:
the reception women speaks English surprisingly good, and they offer a taxi service to the main rail station....More
Big rooms with a great view although I couldn't really see it through the fog.
The bathrooms are gross, cold, damp, and unmaintained. I was freaked out using the and didn't even bother to shower until I went to another hotel.
Also, there were spiders...More
I had an awful experience at this hotel/hostel. As the title states, the male owner of the hostel yelled at me, threatened to punch me, and pushed a female guest who was trying to film the incident. The property was not very clean, and is...More
The hostel is location right in the center of the town but separate area like a private house and only few steps from the church. Our room 202 was clean and very good view. Mr Joseph (Mr Oai - family name) and his family was...More
It was not a pleasant stay in sapa hostel. The rooms were dirty, the beds were hard and there was almost no water pressure. The biggest problem however, was the noise of the construction site next door.
There are plenty of cheap hotels in sapa,...More
How will I find it, arriving from Lao Cai train station early morning? Do rooms have air conditioning and or fans? What clothing will I need in August-does it get cold? Many thanks
July 31, 2014|
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Response from Bronwyn17 | Reviewed this property |
Dorm rooms have fans. And it's cold there year-round, pretty much. Bring a sweater and pants. Arriving from Lao Cai train station, you will probably be dropped off near the main square. Ask where the market is. It's behind... More
Dorm rooms have fans. And it's cold there year-round, pretty much. Bring a sweater and pants. Arriving from Lao Cai train station, you will probably be dropped off near the main square. Ask where the market is. It's behind the market, down a hill. You'll have to hunt about a bit but the town is small so it's not hard to find!
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"Dorm room right at the end of the hall has a great view of the valley."