The four-star Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa, the only luxury hotel in the region, was built in traditional chalet style with wooden décor. The Resort overhangs the village, blending in perfectly with its natural surroundings. Its 77 rooms and suites feature private terraces with views over the Sapa village, the resort’s lush gardens or Mount Fansipan, and the property comes with all the modern amenities one would expect from a four-star hotel. The resort's Ta Van restaurant combines French and Vietnamese cuisine around a cozy central fireplace, as well as traditional dance performances every Saturday. Guests can travel between Hanoi and the resort on the luxurious Victoria Express sleeping train.
Location: The Victoria Sapa is located in Cai Province, roughly 380 km from Hanoi, and is nestled in the picturesque setting of terraced rice paddies.
History: The first inhabitants of the area are a complete mystery. They left the entire valley with hundreds of petroglyphs, mostly composed of lines; experts think these could date back to as early as the 15th century.
Service: Service within the Victoria sapa is exceptional in every form, from in-room dining to enjoying their complimentary Minority Dance Performance performed every Saturday night within the Ta Van Restaurant.
There are 77 rooms at the Victoria Sapa, each providing breathtaking views over Sapa village, which can be enjoyed from the privacy of guests’ very own private terrace. Each room and suite is adorned with with delightful traditional Vietnamese decor.
These spacious 269-square-foot Victoria Deluxe Rooms offer a comfortable seating area, complete with plush sofa, as well as a writing desk. The room also features its own private terrace, as well as wooden floors and locally-sourced interior decoration.
Perfect for groups or families, these ultra-spacious 538-square-foot Victoria Family Studios offer a comfortable seating area, complete with plush sofa, as well as a writing desk. The room also features its own private terrace, as well as wooden floors and locally-sourced interior decoration.
These spacious 269-square-foot Victoria Superior Rooms offer a comfortable seating area, complete with plush sofa and a writing desk. The room also features its own private terrace, as well as wooden floors and locally-sourced interior decoration.
Guests can indulge in the wide variety of facilities and activities the Victoria Sapa has to offer, from a relaxing massage to a game of tennis on the resort’s tennis courts.
The Victoria Sapa offers a well-equipped fitness room, as well as a heated indoor pool, and sauna and steam bath facilities for guests to enjoy. Complimentary bath towels, robes, slippers, and more are provided. Tennis courts are also available for guests’ use on site.
Business travelers will appreciate the hotel’s Fansipan room, equipped with modern meeting facilities including a video projector, LCD projector, portable wireless microphone, integrated sound system, and more. The meeting room is ideal for seminars, meetings, and other such events.
The hotel’s spa offers a wide range of treatments based on traditional Vietnamese healing techniques. Spa treatments are offered from 8am until 10pm.
Parents will enjoy the Victoria Kids’ Club, available for children over the age of two, featuring a TV, cartoon DVDs, toys, and a location close to the adorable rabbit garden.
Guests can enjoy the culinary classical tastes of Vietnam with the hotel’s exquisite dishes offered up at the Ta Van restaurant, with beautiful and interesting decor like the old fashioned brick fireplace that offers a homey, welcoming atmosphere. Ta Fin Bar is a cozy venue for guests to enjoy a drink.
This well-appointed bar serves up hot red wine alongside a cozy fireplace, an ideal place to kick back after a long day of sightseeing in the picturesque Sapa region.
This restaurant serves up some of Sapa’s finest dining, incorporating fresh local ingredients into exciting international dishes that blend French and Vietnamese flavors. Diners can enjoy the warm, inviting interiors, or in the Summer months, they may choose to dine al fresco on the restaurant’s well-appointed terrace, offering stunning views of the majestic Mt. Fansipan.
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