Victoria Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Hoang Dieu Str, Sapa District, Lao Cai Province, Sapa, Vietnam

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    Great Views!


    We stayed at the Victoria on one of their package deals. I don't normally like packages, but the Victoria group do have some good value ones, and we were even allowed to swap the offered excursions to suit ourselves which was great!
    The hotel itself is very comfortable. The rooms are a little tired, but warm and cosy. A nice place to relax at the end of the day. The provided robes are new enough to be not too shabby, but old enough to not be too concerned while using them to keep warm during de-lousing missions (see soon to be added travelogue below for explanation).
    The public area's are kept immaculately clean and are very inviting. Staff are wonderful...very helpful and kind. The restaurant is OK, but would have been very expensive to eat at if not for our package, and the food, while not bad, was nothing to write home about. I would have eaten elsewhere if meals hadn't been included.
    The mozzies up there are enourmous! I got bitten one evening, and I swear they left bruises!

More about Victoria Hotel

chilled out hotel with wonderful views

by Nicky-IRE about AIT SAPA HOTEL

This hotel is on the outskirts of the town, but it is only about 5-10 minutes walking distance so it is not that far away. The accomodation consists of individual chalets which are built out of wood and on stilts. all of the chalets have large windows and view of the fabulous rose garden and the absolutely stunning mountains. The views are out of this world. The prices range from $18 for a twin room (please check updated prices) and $35 for the VIP chalet where I stayed, which has a living room, bedroom and bathroom. The only catch is that there is not always hot water (this happens in many hotels!!) so make sure that you ask them to put the water on (about 30 minutes before). It´s got a lovely open air bar which has views of the mountains. All in all it´s a very quite location, so not for the fun loving party animals. But if what you´re after is peace and quite and magnificant views then this is the place for you. I couldn´t find a website or phone number for it, but I have included a page through which you can book the hotel. In my opinion it has the best views in Sapa, and is a self professed eco-centric hotel.

One Night Stand...

by Greggor58 about Thai Binh Sapa Hotel

This is a small and quaint multi level hotel located not too far from the main Square [ Quang Truong ] of Sa Pa...close to and within walking distance of restaurants,the Church, and the main shopping areas of the city,both markets and the main shopping street, Pho Cau Street.

The stay included breakfast and the service was ok...the rate was $ 25.00 a night and the owner helped arrange our train transport from Ha Noi and transit from the train station in Lao Cai to the hotel in Sa Pa.

The room was a twin, and was clean and spacious enough for our needs.The washroom was ok and hot water was iffy...the beds came with electric blankets and they were needed the night that we stayed here.It was pretty cold the first night that we stayed in Sa Pa so some type of heating in the room is a good idea to watch for when you're booking a room here.

We ended up leaving after our first night because of a broken water pump located close to our room that shook our room EVERY time the pump engaged.. until we REQUESTED that it be shut off..while it was running it made a lot of noise and caused the lights to dim every time the thing engaged.

An alternative hotel was scouted out on the first day that we were here so instead of being bumped around to another room in the hotel we ended up finding another GREAT little hotel that in fact was about a quarter of the price of the Thai Binh Sapa Hotel... The location was GREAT...but they REALLY need to fix the water pump. If they were to fix the pump I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again...except that its possible to find cheaper accommodation in Sa Pa..

The main employee...Hang was a friendly and engaging young woman that was , in spite of the difficult situation , fun to know.We arrived before she had woken,she quickly made a little fire and made us coffee's and breakfast before our room was ready.

The owner as I mentioned earlier helped arrange our train travel with Livitrans Express and arranged our bus transit from Lao Cai to Sa Pa with no extra fees.

The room for each night was $ 25.00....transit from Lao Cai to Sa Pa was $3.00 each and the train travel was $ 30.00 each way per person.

Acting as the middle man Im sure that he added some profit to the tally but I thought it was worth it to have the whole deal looked after for us. Prepayment was not necessary...we simply arranged to pay for the services that we used upon check out.

You always win in Victoria hotels:-)

by Aliceinhn about Victoria hotels and resorts

I have stayed once in Victoria Sapa and once in Cantho. Service is simply excellent. Beside in-hotel services, in Sapa you can have trekking tour; in Cantho you can have river boat tour. All are nice. What I like from Victoria hotels is they have "blue eyes", in our language that means they are pretty fine and keen in choosing the best location in each place and their style is... how to say... unique in diversification. They always find the most typical aspects of the land where they are located. For example in Sapa, they have the best site of mountain view while in Cantho, its colonial type garden opens to the best view of Hau river mouth. OK, let's the colonist exploits you again!. Anyway being overwhemed by landscape at the very end of river would pay you. Hah, River mouth may bring you what its upstream's failed:-).


by raphaellecrevet

This was one of the highlights of my trip! Great landscapes, very interesting to see the different minority people living their everyday life!!
I did a homestay in Ta Van , it was nice to live inside a village house, altough it was not possible for us to communicate with the family. My guide didn't speak great English so i couldn't really ask him to translate all the questions i had! The second night was reserved at Royal hotel in Sapa but they took me to another hotel, i requested a room with moutain view which they gave me. The meals were still reserved at the Royal hotel which was nice, good food.We saw some traditionnal dancing at the Bamboo bar round the corner from the Royal Sapa hotel.
Don't miss the Bac Ha market on the sunday morning!!


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Forum Posts

train to Sapa Is the additional cost of the Victoria train versus the local tourist train worth it

by muzzer49

Is the additional cost of the Victoria train over the local tourist train from Hanoi to Sapa worth it?

Re: train to Sapa Is the additional cost of the Victoria train versus the local tourist train worth

by andrewnsw

The train ticket from Hanoi to Sapa cost much more than others train ticket to Sapa but you have to stay in Victoria Sapa hotel if you want to buy Victoria train ticket. the Superior round trip ticket cost 140US$/ticket

Re: train to Sapa Is the additional cost of the Victoria train versus the local tourist train worth

by JonnyVN

Really depends what your after, the Victoria train and hotel option is really good if your after the luxury experience and in my view well worth it. One of my best memories is lounging in the heated pool, freezing outside and looking out over the view of the mountains.

Re: train to Sapa Is the additional cost of the Victoria train versus the local tourist train worth

by JohanIsWeg

Ask your hotel to book you a Livitrans berth. Much cheaper than the Victoria option and luxury enough to be quite comfortable. Western toilets as well.


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Address: Hoang Dieu Str, Sapa District, Lao Cai Province, Sapa, Vietnam