Central location on Main Street. All round service was very good and Lo lai she gave first class service and extremely helpful. Construction noise was a bother but that seems the same everywhere in Sapa atm. It is close to pickup and drop off for bus travels.
U Sapa Hotel
Some Key Facts:
- The property is designed to a French Colonial aesthetic, with interiors presented in a contemporary eclectic style that draws influence from across the decades since French Indochina was established in the 1880s. The result is an interesting blend of terracotta floors, white walls, rattan furniture, wooden louvre doors, modern photography of nearby communities, and bright local textiles - quite a mix, but it reflects the diversity of the region and its history. Many rooms also benefit from a balcony overlooking Sapa and the surrounding countryside.
- Guests dine on in-season local produce in the airy restaurant, which also provides room service, and a relaxed lounge bar serves snacks and cocktails. There is a small gym, and for weary walkers the spa offers traditional and aromatherapy massage.
Situated on the edge of Sapa town, the U Sapa is reliable and highly convenient for exploring the markets, villages and excellent trekking available in Sapa Valley.
- ➡ 57 Rooms, Suites & Villas
- ➡ First class room amenities
Junior Suite Room
- Leisure & recreation
➡ - Spa
➡ - Games room
➡ - Gym
- On-site facilities
➡ - Smoking area
➡ - Shop
➡ - Family room
➡ - Library
- Eating & Drinking
➡ - Bellevue restaurant
➡ - Dejavu lounge bar
➡ - Veranda cafe
- Cleaning services
➡ - Daily housekeeping
➡ - Laundry service
➡ - Dry cleaning
- Guest services
➡ - Ticket service
➡ - Luggage storage
➡ - Newspapers
➡ - Concierge
– “Thumbs up”
The SA Pa area is full of beautiful vistas including the cable car to Fansipan Peak. This hotel may not offer "side of the mountain" views, it more than makes up for it with location and charm. A gracious old building overlooking the town square, this old French built hotel allowed us to watch the locals and tourists of Sa Pa go about day to day business and pleasure, all from the street level restaurant balcony. A highlight being the very " cheeky" Ha Mong street sellers. Those girls had us in stitches regularly. Evening markets right on our doorstep. Of course the staff and service complimented everything we enjoyed during our Sa Pa visit.
– “Great position”
Very good hotel in a great place to visit. U Sapa is rated as a four star, which seems appropriate. The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast buffet was good (though not as lavish as those found in five-star hotels in the major cities). Note that there is no elevator, which may mean walking up several flights of stairs.
The location of the hotel is a major plus as it is right in the heart of the action. Many travelers arrive early from Hanoi (if you’re taking the overnight train) and staff did their best to allow for an early check-in.
During our visit, there was fairly noisy construction directly across the street. It was not a major bother, but a late sleep in may be a challenge.
– “Solid Choice in a Fun Area”
Spotlessly clean, modern, spacious and comfortable bed! Breakfast was delicious. Check in staff shy but helpful.
Only major negative is the noise from the street. Sapa, it seems, never sleeps! We were in room 117 - overlooking the construction site for the new cable car station. The site kept going until 22:30 (and started up again by 6:30 the next morning!). When work did finally stop, the workmen partied in the garage below our room, banging with tools (were they maintaining them?). The street noise (usual scooter beepers and dumpling vendors with loudspeakers) was incessant.
If you stay there, request rooms 101-103; 201-203 or 301-303.
Note to hotel management - you were not at all busy in the hotel on our 2 night stay - why did you put us in 117?? Avoid complaints, put people in quiet rooms for good reviews!
– “Great hotel, bring ear plugs”
We stayed 2 nights at U Sapa and loved this hotel. It's conveniently located near the main town square, and it offers big, clean, and well appointed rooms. We had rooms that are facing the front so we could see all the hustle-bustle of Sapa-by-night from our vantage balconies. The street in front of the hotel becomes pedestrian-only area between 7pm - 11pm (?). From this hotel we can walk to lunch, dinner, and entrance to the famed Ham Rong mountain park. They serve Western and Vietnamese fares for breakfast, which are clean and tasty. A+++
– “Great hotel in middle of Sapa”