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Hoang Ha

Hoang Ha

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Accommodation Vietnam Sapa Hoang Ha

Hoang Ha

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Welcome to Hoang Ha Sapa Hotel. We are a modern fully decorated accommodation in the centre of Sapa available at cheap rates.

The hotel is located in the heart a quiet street in Sapa town in northern Vietnam surrounded by Muong Hoa valley and the highest mountain in Vietnam known as Fansipan.

Get the best value for your money while exploring Sapa, Vietnam at Hoang Ha Hotel. Our charming hotel features safe accommodation at affordable rates.

Hoang Ha Sapa Hotel is warm and friendly that welcomes travellers from all over the world. We have wealth of experience in the industry and know what travellers value and need during their stay.

The guests can relax in our room: with cable/satellite TV or catch up with your friends and your family over the internet. Wi-Fi access is also available throughout the hotel.

We have a kitchen and a restaurant at the 1st floor to provide hearty meals and quick snack with plenty local foods.

Trips and tours can also be booked at our reception, so do not afraid to ask.

Accommodation Information

The private room types available are: single, double/twin and triple.

- Single rooms come with a comfortable single bed.

- Double/twin room come with a double bed/two single beds.

- Triple rooms come with one double and one single/three single beds.

Bed sheet and brocade are provided and all rooms come with reading lights and bathrooms with 24hr hot water. Private rooms are also equipped with fire place units.

Location Information

One of the cheapest and most convenient way to get to Hoang Ha Sapa Hotel is to take a night train from Hanoi to Lao Cai (SP7, SP1, SP3) and Lao Cai - Ha Noi (SP8, SP2, SP4 are good trains). Tickets can be purchased from the train station in Hanoi or send us an email for a booking. Berths come in three main classes: soft-sleeper (with or without Air conditioning), hard sleeper, or hard seat. Most tourists opt for the soft-sleeper.

On arrival at Lao Cai station, look out for a minibus to Sa Pa. The cost of a one way trip is 50,000 Dong (approximately 2.5 USD). If you book in our hotel in advance, we can be there to pick you up from the station.

For another option, you also can take a night bus (soft-sleeper berths with air conditioning) from Hanoi (Gia Lam bus station - Sapa bus station and vice versa).

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Highlights

  • 24 Hour Check-In
  • Bar
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Common Room
  • Travel Desk
  • Restaurant

Important Information

Check-In

7:00

Check-Out

11:00

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour hot showers
  • 24 hour reception
  • Bar
  • Car Parking
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Currency Exchange
  • Free city tour
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Lounge area
  • No Curfew
  • Restaurant
  • Safety deposit
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Washing machines

Extras

  • Breakfast – FREE
  • Linen – FREE
  • Luggage Room – FREE
  • Towel – FREE
  • Airport Pick Up – 25.00USD

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