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Sapa Unique Hotel
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Reviewed March 18, 2014

We stayed here for just 2 nights in March and experienced some of the best service in Vietnam. The room had a lovely view of the mountains, excellent heating (handy in March), fridge and complimentary fruit each day. But what made this stay so great was the amazing service we received during our stay - early check-in when we arrived off the overnight train, late check-out on our departure date (again as we were catching the overnight train back) and a food pack to take with us on the train - have not experienced this level of service anywhere else. And amazing value for money. The location is excellent, the free daily cooking classes are lots of fun. They have a tour desk and organised a 1/2 day tour to Ta Phin village with a local guide called May, who was a great guide with excellent English. Thank you to all the staff for such a wonderful stay.

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled with family
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3  Thank LivPD
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Reviewed March 11, 2014 via mobile

The hotel is nice with pleasant view of the mountain. The rooms are made of wood and remind a ski lodge. Breakfast is basic but they make the best eggs and their bread is the best. Every night a suprise treat was sent to our room...We were very impressed with the kindness of the staff that offered us with recommendation concerning tours in the area of sapa. We were so pleased that we book through them the halong bay and dela tours.

Stayed: March 2014, traveled with friends
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Reviewed March 10, 2014 via mobile

The hotel was booked part of a private tour by Viet Sapa travel. We have received excellent service and care to make sure our stay is memorable. The owner and all employees are very friendly and quick to respond to our needs. Our room was on the top floor offering excellent views of the landscape. The bathroom layout is somewhat awkward, however everything else in the room is as expected.
The 3 tours/hiking were all very well organized with a friendly and knowledgeable guide "May". She is fluent in English, very good knowledge of the area and gave us good insight of the minority tribes living in the area, their daily life, and culture.

We enjoyed our trip very much.

Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
Thank Minah_2
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Reviewed March 8, 2014

During our 2 nights stay at Sapa Unique Hotel we experienced hospitality at its finest. We were so pleased to be able to check in early at 9 AM after arriving by night train. Our room was quite large and very cosy in the cold weather (A/C for heating, heating blanket). The bed was a bit too hard for my taste. Bathroom is basic, but good enough.

Each evening is a free of charge cooking class in the restaurant of the hotel with a different dish. If you are not very hungry, this meal can be enough for dinner. Great idea! Breakfast is à la carte, but all you can eat with the typical options of the region. Very yummy, especially the pancakes.

The staff is super friendly and helpful. When we were given a "lunch package" for free before we left for the night train, I was pretty sure this is one of the best places you could stay at.
We would stay at Sapa Unique Hotel any time again.

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Skyla86
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Reviewed March 5, 2014 via mobile

I cannot praise this place enough local village boys run it who taught themselves English and go out of their way to make you feel at home. From the expert advice about what to do in Sapa, to the free late check out and meal they surprised us with free of charge for the long night train the service here you cannot fault! Every room has a mountain view which is breath taking and they were very warm and homely. They arranged us to share a car to where we needed to catch night train so we could split the very reasonable costs and one of the bosses drove us himself in a very safe manner, whilst filling us in on some local info on the way. The men that run this hotel also collect children's clothing for some of poorer villages around off when it gets cold in the mountains - great to hear that whilst they are doing well they haven't forgotten their roots and are giving back to their community. The free cooking classes were great also!

You would be silly to consider anywhere else, hospitality like this I didn't think existed anymore but at Sapa unique hotel it certainly still alive and kicking!

Stayed: March 2014, traveled with friends
Thank Perriness
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