Topas Ecolodge

Topas Ecolodge is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Sapa (Lao Cai). The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. 24hr room service, bicycle rental, safety deposit boxes, coffee shop, restaurant are there for guest's enjoyment. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and convenient amenities like refrigerator, television, shower, in room safe, air conditioning. Take a break from a long day and make use of garden. Convenience and comfort makes Topas Ecolodge the perfect choice for your stay in Sapa (Lao Cai).

Based on ecological principles, Topas Ecolodge actively seeks to be a minimum impact facility. The lodge employs local people and uses local products wherever possible. The 25 individual cottages have breathtaking valley views and feel quite secluded, scattered across the hill.

What's Nearby

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Hiking gear

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Clothing

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Weaving

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Jewellery

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