Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa

  • About the hotel:
    Sapa is famous for its highlands, rice paddies and minority villages meaning previously accommodation was only appealing to the die – hard trekker. Now with the four star Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa, the only luxury hotel in the region, you can enjoy the incredible scenery of North Vietnam in comfort. The resort is built as a traditional chalet thus blending with its natural surroundings. The rooms are spacious and elegant and the spa offers great massages, both perfect after a day of walking.
  • Location:
    Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is 380km Northwest of Hanoi near the Chinese border in the heart of the colourful market town.
  • Great for:
    Those who want modern amenities to create a more relaxing experience in your time in the north of Vietnam, yet desire to stay somewhere traditional that blends in with the natural surroundings.
  • Accommodation:
    All 77 rooms have a private terrace which looks over Sapa village, lush gardens or Mount Fansipan. The 21 Superior rooms give you plenty of space with a sofa and writing desk as do the 52 deluxe rooms yet they also contain a balcony with a sofa. If you are travelling as a family one of the 2 spacious family studios will give you more than enough space for children too. The 2 suites are a massive 50m squared as well as offering a large balcony with sofas.
  • Dining:
    Victoria Resort offers the finest dining available in the region, at Tan Van Restaurant, with the chefs blending local ingredients to create exciting international decisions with a French and Vietnamese touch. The restaurant is cozy with a fireplace for the cooler evenings and has a terrace for the hotter months.
  • Activities:
    The Victoria Spa offers treatments from massage and reflexology to body scrubs and wraps as well as an indoor heated pool with sauna and steam bath, perfect to unwind after a day of sightseeing.
  • Tips & Tricks:
    Travel in style to Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa on their lavish Victoria Express Train which links Hanoi and Lao Cai, the train station 35kms from the hotel. Catch the traditional dances performed by H’mong and Thai minority people every Saturday night at the Ta Van Restaurant.
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