Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa

Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Sapa (Lao Cai). The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Car park, meeting facilities, safety deposit boxes, tours, family room are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Designed for comfort, guestrooms offer mini bar, internet access – LAN, balcony/terrace, non smoking rooms, shower to ensure a restful night. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as spa, massage, sauna, fitness center, steamroom. Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Sapa (Lao Cai) unforgettable.

What's Nearby

Delta Restaurant

Delta is an up-market Italian restaurant and wine bar, making the most of fresh local and imported products. The decor is a little spartan, but the...

Sapa Rooms

This creatively designed chilled out venue is creatively decorated with a combination of local handicrafts and modern art. The menu matches, with a...

Baguette and Chocolat

This lovely cafe has a European ambience. It is bright and airy and offers a mouth watering selection of home-baked cakes. Pick a corner, order a c...

Michell Restaurant

Michell Restaurant offers tasty fresh Vietnamese and Western food and excellent value set menus, with a service level to match. Set menus can be tw...

T-Bone Steakhouse

Owned by the same management as Delta, the T-Bone Steakhouse is all about quality imported Australian beef. While this is close to Australian price...

Wild Orchid

This cozy hideaway is easily missed despite being near the top end of the main street, but the food is definitely a notch above most. The dessert s...

Romano's Pizza

Romano’s is a friendly Italian restaurant combining tasty Italian fare with an extensive Vietnamese menu. Cheap, cheerful and neatly presente...

Sapa Market

The Sapa Market starts by the French-built church with row upon row of stalls, and continues down the stairs with snack vendors and into a building...

Cat Cat Village

Cat Cat Village is a mostly downhill 3km walk from Sapa. Wooden houses populated by Black H’mong people cluster close to a waterfall, along w...

Radio Tower

For a 360 degree view of Sapa that cannot be beaten, trek the short distance up the stairs to the radio tower. This is the easiest walk in Sapa &nd...

Thac Bac Waterfall

Also known as Silver Falls, Thac Bac Waterfall is 13kms from Sapa on the road to Tram Ton Pass, the highest mountain pass in Vietnam. The pass acts...

Mount Fansipan

Fansipan is the highest peak of Indochina at 3,143m above sea level. The hike to the summit takes from 1-3 days, depending on fitness, but few oper...

Bac Ha Market

Just over 90kms from Sapa, the Sunday market at Bac Ha is a large local market, populated largely by Flower H’mong and other ethnic minority ...

Artista Bar

The funky concrete exterior covered in graffiti gives away this chilled music venue. Long happy hours and late opening hours add to the vibe, as do...

Tau Bar

Another graphitized venue, Tau Bar’s concrete interior makes it feel a little like a hidden bunker. Has a dart board and pool table on offer, with ...

The H'mong Sisters

This bar decked out in wood and decorated with minority art and handicrafts has a funky atmosphere and an eclectic music style, so expect a little ...

Red Dragon Pub

If its pub grub you’re after, Red Dragon dishes up some hearty English favorites to warm you up like bangers and mash and Shepherd’s Pi...

Clothing

Locally available clothing includes shirts made from Sapa fabric sold by the ethnic minority women, cheap t-shirts in the market, and more up-marke...

Weaving

H’mong and Red Dzao women sell beautifully stitched items on the street side, ranging from small pouches to bags and bed covers. There are al...

Hiking gear

Forgot your rain jacket? Need a day pack for a hike? Want a warm fleece jacket or some solid hiking boots? Hiking equipment is available ...

Jewellery

There are several stalls in the upper part of the market selling silver jewellery, as well as a few shops on Cau May. Many of the H’mong wome...

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Sapa District, Lao Cai Province, Sapa, Vietnam
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