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Royal Sapa Hotel , Sapa Hotels ,Bacha hotels

Validity Until 31 December 2008

Add :54b Cau May - Sapa

Tel : +84(020)87131/684

Fax:+84 (020) 871 788

Room Type Price
Standard 28
Deluxe 23
Extra Bed 7
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The Royal Hotel was built in the year 2000 and is the hub or Royal Sapa (Viet Hung Company) operations. It is well known and well regarded for its comprehensive and efficient services. The Hotel itself is built o­n the hill and overlooks the Sapa Valley. Staff are friendly, helpful and efficient in taking care of guests and trekkers needs throughout their stay in Sapa.

The hotel has a total of 27 rooms:

  • 3 Rooms with 1 Double Bed
  • 21 Rooms with 2 Beds (1 Double bed & o­ne Single Bed)
  • 3 Rooms with 3 Single Beds

All rooms have TV, internal telephone, private bathrooms and hot water (12 rooms with Bathtub)

12 Rooms view the Sapa Valley and share communal balconies, while 12 rooms (also with balconies) view the town and 3 budget rooms have no balcony.

Heaters are available for rent o­n request.

Other Hotel Services:

  • Royal Hotel Restaurant
  • Open from 6:30 AM to 9:00 PM daily.
  • The 60 seat indoor restaurant has breathtaking views of the valley and menu, catering to both budget and non budget travellers.
  • Laundry Service
  • Laundry will be washed and dried within 24 hours. Cost of service is per KG dry weight
  • Money Exchange
  • Accepted cards: Mastercard, Visa Card, American Express & JCB Travellers Cheques and major foreign currencies can be exchanged into Vietnam Dong at reception.
  • Internet & International Phone Calls
  • Royal Hotel has and internet cafe (with ADSL) adjoining the reception area. All internet services are available including international phone calls.


Sapa is the most popular place to go in the Far Northwest amongst budget travelers and packages tourists alike. By using Sapa as a base you can hike off to more remote ‘traditional’ hill tribe villages and sometimes you will be offered a bed in a village for the night. Sapa was originally built as a hill station in the early part of this century and, in winter, gets bitterly cold. If you are going to be visiting Sapa in winter do not forget the winter woollies. Sapa is preparing itself for the continuing tourist boom considerably well. Behind Sapa, towards Phong Tho is a high pass forming part of the Hoang Lien Mountains that were known to the French as the Tonkinese Alps. This range includes Fansipan, the highest mountain in Vietnam at 3,143m, which view at dawn could be spectacular. There is a weekend market in Sapa during which the town fills up with hilltribe people selling their wares. If you want to see these tribes as they "traditionally" live (as opposed to flogging jackets to tourists), either go for a hike or head over to Dien Bien Phu from Sapa. This stretch has the most traditional people you will see in the whole of Vietnam. It seems that most tourist groups pile into Sapa during the weekend for the market. However, travelers have reported that during the week is a much better time to catch a glimpse of the real Sapa avoiding from a big hassle of tourists. You can hike in the surrounding area and visit a number of fairly traditional predominantly Mong hilltribe villages. Further afield is the colourful Red Zao, Dzay, Tay and Xa Pho people. A home stay in the Tay village would be unforgettable experience.