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Chau Long Sapa Hotel, Sapa Hotels, Vietnam

HotelsValidity Until 31 December 2013

Add :024 Dong Loi - Sapa

Tel : (+84 20) 871 245

Fax:(+84 20) 871 844

Category Room Type Single Dbl/Twn Extra bed
Old wing R.O.H
New wing






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  • Rates shown are inclusive of all taxes and service charges.
  • From 20 Dec 2007 to 5 Jan 2008 Surcharge USD 20 net / room / night at New Wing & USD 10 at old Wing
  • All rates in US Dollars are per room (single or twin occupancy).
  • Rates here are available only for bookings made with this website, and are not available from the hotel directly.

An eye-catching Chau Long Sapa Hotel - New wing & Old wing offering tourist and visitors a magnificent views of Vietnam’s highest peak Mount Fan Si Pan

The stone and wooden construction of Chau Long Sapa Hotel blends perfectly with the surrounding valley features of terraces rice paddies and blazing green fields cut by fast following streams.

Chau Long Sapa Hotel I & II can be found in a quite side street which is perched on a hill in this mountainous region. The stone and wooden construction blends perfectly with the surrounding valley features of terrace paddies and blazing green fields cut by fast following streams and overlooking Vietnam’s highest peak – Mount Fan Si Pan (3.143meter).

Room and facilities

All rooms and suites are luxurious and tastefully decorated embracing the charm of Sapa region. The breathtaking view of the mountain over the balconies is the highlight to the hotel rooms


Old wing: 30 rooms - New wing:65 rooms

Non-smoking room(s): 15

Total number of suites: 3

Room fitting:

  • Coffee/ tea making facilities
  • Mini bar
  • Individual heater
  • IDD telephone
  • Satellite and cable color TV
  • In- house movies
  • Smoke detector
  • Safety box
  • Wake up service

Hotel services

  • Free internet access
  • Indoor heated swimming poll
  • Fitness centre
  • Shuttle paying to station
  • Air-train tickets booking and reconfirmation
  • Laundry
  • Cash currency exchange
  • Medical doctor on call
  • Baby sitting service
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Free parking
  • Gift shop
  • Luggage storage
  • Massage

Bathroom fitting:

  • Bathtub and shower
  • Bathrobe
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathroom telephone

Restaurant :

Enjoy unforgettable moment at Muong Hoa Restaurant while enjoin the spectacular view of valley and Mount Fan Si Pan . Whether you prefer the light snack or a full meal, you will find a tempting choice of both Asian & Western cuisse to suite both taste and mood

Business services & Information :

  • Business services in the hotel (extra charge may apply)
  • Business center with assistance
  • Internet activities
  • Secretary Service
  • Self service


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.