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7.1
  • Airport transfer

  • 690 meters to public transportation

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms

  • Balcony/terrace

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7.1
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Cleanliness7.1
Facilities5.6
Location6.6
Room comfort and quality7.4
Service7.9
Value for money7.4
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8.4
Chayangkoon from Thailand
Solo traveler
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 1 night in August 2015
Nice”
Good view at balcony and more private and near small local village
Reviewed April 14, 2017
6.0
TRang from Vietnam
Solo traveler
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 1 night in October 2016
so so hotel in the Cat Cat village - a tour destination”
It's a basic hotel if you booked directly with the owner maybe you got some cheaper rate.. the hotel is inside Cat Cat Village - a beautiful village in Sapa with many nice cafe that everyone goes to Sapa would go to. The village is a bit far from Sapa center so if you go back at night by motorbike, it is a bit scary - but they say they would install street lamp soon - hope so. the staff is Ok - the young man - Hung is extremely helpful and super friendly - take us back and forth from the hotel and Sapa town. The owner is a bit off - cold and changed her mind about cooking lunch for us... Overall Ok if you want to stay away from busy Sapa town
Reviewed October 17, 2016
5.0
Petr from Czech Republic
Solo traveler
Deluxe King - Bed & Breakfast
Stayed 2 nights in July 2015
A isolated remote oocation with not easy access”
View, cheap, simple
Be careful, the hotel states being in he centre of SAPA, which is not true, it if several kilometres out of rhd cit sonif you look for remote peaceful place just to enjoy nice view of the walley, goof choice, access ti the city is complicated and evenntaxi drivers refuse to gl here due to vad road conditions, so in rains, you have ti gl through mud on feetmor take a motorbike
Reviewed July 07, 2015
6.0
Malcolm from Australia
Couple
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 2 nights in April 2015
Unexpected”
Family feel, scenic view, friendly
We like the hotel it is like a cross between a home stay & a hotel. But it just wasn't where agoda says it is. It It is out of town not "sapa city". Taxis charge an ever increasing amount to get in and out. If you want to stay close to as village then it is OK.
Reviewed May 02, 2015
5.7
Gabriela from Slovakia
Couple
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 2 nights in March 2015
out of the city”
view,staff
Quite expensive, out of city. You have to go down very steep hill road for 15 mins. Its not far but the elevation is big. Staff has worse english but they were polite, organized for us free car transfer to Sapa after checkout and gave us free sprite cans. Room was clean but perhaps they didn't finish by cleaning bathroom. They left there used toothbrushes.
Reviewed March 24, 2015
6.3
Mark from Australia
Couple
Stayed 3 nights in November 2014
Great mountain views”
Views , staff, homestay atmosphere.
IT was pleasant. The room was very cold the first night. We enjoyed the marvellous views. The breakfast was satisfactory. The room could was not as clean as it could have been. We paid extra for a heater. This location was a bit out of town so we needed to hire a motorbike. It may be ok for us in the summertime.
Reviewed November 27, 2014
7.0
Elisa from Philippines
Couple
Stayed 1 night in November 2014
Nice View”
Big room, View, Value for Money
It was nice with awesome view of the mildly foggy mountains- the rice terraces. The downside is the location. Nothing much around it and the in-house amenities very limited. It was raining and was muddy and thus though Sapa town is a short distance away it was not as easily accesible.
Reviewed November 15, 2014
9.3
Juliana from Brazil
Couple
Stayed 4 nights in July 2014
The best view and friendly staff”
The view, the room and the staff
We really loved this hotel! We were looking for a place to relax and when we got there, we realized that the hotel is in Cat Cat and not Sa Pa City itself, wich is amazing! Quiet and beautiful!
Reviewed September 10, 2014
6.7
Helena from Denmark
Group
Stayed 2 nights in July 2014
Very enjoyable, beautiful views and setting. ”
Terrasse with the most beautiful view.Very nice staff, through they spoke no English. Good value for money.
Reviewed July 10, 2014
9.3
Alex from Australia
Solo traveler
Stayed 2 nights in May 2014
Priceless Fanxipan View”
Great mountain view, away from busy town center, comfortable room
The staff could speak little to no English which was a great cultural experience. This just made it hard to communicate about the food. They did my laundry and helped me out a lot. The rooms each had an amazing view facing the Fanxipan mountain, I extended my stay twice because I knew I probably would never see this place again. The staff were very friendly and hospitable. It was a great bargain.
Reviewed May 09, 2014
7.3
Rene from Germany
Couple
Stayed 1 night in May 2014
Great view, friendly staff, nice breakfast”
Great view, friendly staff, nice breakfast
The staff is really attentive and friendly (doesn't speak English tho; in case they call a 'friend' who will translate everything). You have a scenic view from your balcony and the rooms are spacious as well as rustic but lovely furnished. Wide choice of included breakfast that you can enjoy on the nice terrace. Even tho the hotel is a bit remote you have a great value for money. Enjoyed our stay here!
Reviewed May 07, 2014
7.7
Yanika from Thailand
Couple
Stayed 2 nights in April 2014
wonderful”
wildlife peaceful nature
Reviewed April 29, 2014
9.3
Charmaine from Australia
Solo traveler
Stayed 3 nights in April 2014
Peaceful, relaxing beautiful scenery, friendly”
peaceful, relaxing, beautiful scenery
The Hotel is in one of the most beautiful spots. The rooms face the Fansipan mountain. The owners haven't quite finished everything yet, but almost there, even so it didn't take anything away from this place. It's just out of SaPa itself but you have everything you need. Hue and her husband were most kind and obliging. They also have a lovely family. You'll feel at home here and won't want to leave. If you want a break from the hussle and bussle and noise, this is for you.
Reviewed April 16, 2014
9.7
Ksenia from Russia
Solo traveler
Stayed 1 night in February 2014
Amazing view, super staff, quiet”
The place has extremely beautiful terrace view, quiet and peaceful atmosphere. It was more like being in a friends countryside house than staying in a hotel, since super nice, helpful and cheerful own
We were staying during one week and liked it so much. It’s more like being in friends countryside house that staying in a hotel. All things like hot water, heating, Wi-Fi are provided and work nicely. The hotel and area around are made with big heart and beauty. The owners were the most helpful and friendly people I ever met in Vietnam. Hotel has an extremely beautiful mountain view. Our morning was starting with great breakfast and heartbreaking view on a terrace and it was definitely making our day.
Reviewed April 02, 2014
8.0
Laura from Spain
Couple
Stayed 1 night in September 2014
Hotel con las mejores vistas”
Vistas, habitación, tranquilidad
Nuestra estancia en el hotel fue buena. Es ideal para quien quiera un lugar tranquilo y no le apetezca estar en el centro, ya que está un poco apartado. Pero compensan las increíbles vistas desde la habitación y desde la terraza, desayunar allí fue uno de los mejores momentos en Sapa. La familia es amable pero es difícil comunicarse con ellos ya que no hablan inglés, muy difícil!
Reviewed September 11, 2014
7.3
lucas from Spain
Couple
Stayed 2 nights in June 2014
Fue perfecta escepto por los mosquitos.”
Vistas. Desayuno y habitación
El hotel es precioso aunque las ventanas no cierran y nos comieron los mosquitos
Reviewed June 28, 2014
4.0
MARYSE from France
Solo traveler
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 2 nights in October 2014
deception”
la vue sur la montagne
Après avoir lu de nombreux commentaires enthousiates, je me demande si on parle vraiment du même hôtel. Très éloigné de Sapa, 2 kms et ce n'est pas du plat, hôtel moyennement bien entretenu, patronne très désagréable, de plus, alors que le petit déjeuner est inclus dans le prix, il faut payer le café !!!! Personne ne parlant un mot d'anglais, impossible de se comprendre
Reviewed October 25, 2014
6.3
Christina from Germany
Solo traveler
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 3 nights in April 2015
Sehr schöne Aussicht - aber weg dort hin wie ein A”
Die Aussicht, die Eigentümerfamilie und die Gastfreundlichkeit
Es war ein richtiges Abendteuer bis meine Freundin und ich im Hotel ankamen. Zuerst wusste niemand wo das Hotel lag. Wir hatten auch keine genaue Adresse nur "Cat Cat Town". Unser Taxi brachte uns zu einem großen Plakat, welcher die Aufschrift "Sapa Sky Hotel" hatte. Alle dachten, dass sich dahinter das Hotel befand. Enttäuscht sahen wir ein abstehendes, altes Haus. Nach einem kurzen Anruf im Hotel wurde uns gesagt, das Hotel lag im Tal. Wir machten uns nun zu Fuß auf dem Weg, da unser Taxi schon über alle Berge war. Der Weg war Horror. Steinig, holprig und steil. Keine Beleuchtung in der Nacht. Gott sei dank kamen wir morgens um 7 an. Man muss schon 15 bis 20 Minuten laufen. Mit dem Moped geht es um einiges schneller. Jedoch muss man echt gut fahren können, denn die Steine behindern das Fahren. Nach 30 Minuten Laufen (wir hatten noch Koffer dabei) kamen wir endlich an. Ganz versteckt am Ende des Tales hatten wir das Hotel aufgefunden. Die Besitzerin empfing mich schon mal vorab während meine Freundin immer noch nicht ankam. Die sehr freundliche Besitzerin zeigte uns das Zimmer. Wir mussten keine Formalitäten erledigen. Keine Pässe vorzeigen und auch keine Kreditkarte. Das Zimmer war sehr hübsch, Boden könnte jedoch öfters geputzt werden. Die Betten waren weich, angenehm und sauber. Die Decken waren sehr kuschlig warm wie zu Hause in Deutschland- Daunendecken. Das Badezimmer war eine Dusche mit Toilette, jedoch mit allem drum und dran (Zahnbürste, Zahnpasta, Shampoo und Duschgel). Die Handtücher waren gewöhnungsbedürftig( für das Gesicht würde ich es nicht nehmen aber für den Körper ok). Im Zimmer gab es keine Minibar und auch kein Zimmertelefon. Wenn man was wollte musste man hoch zur Rezeption laufen. Die Aussicht vom Balkon war unbeschreiblich schön. Die Berge und die Landschaft einfach super. Das Frühstück war eigentlich für die Katz! Sie hatten keine Große Auswahl. Entweder Instantnudeln oder gebratener Reis. Die Aussicht vom Restaurant war wie ein Traum.
Reviewed April 23, 2015
3.3
Nadja from Germany
Solo traveler
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 1 night in December 2014
Sein Geld nicht wert”
Das Hotel liegt nicht in Sapa, sondern drei Kilometer ausserhalb Richtung Cat Cat. Nach Sapa muss man ordentlich Steigung auf unbefestigten Wegen in Kauf nehmen. Die Zimmer sind sehr dreckig. Bettwaesche war vom vorherigen Gast. Die Handtuecher waren klitschnass und benutzt. Das Bad nicht gereinigt. Bei Abreise um 7 Uhr morgens gab es trotz Buchung kein Fruehstueck.
Reviewed December 07, 2014
6.8
Levi from Netherlands
Couple
Deluxe Family (1 King+1 Single) With Breakfast
Stayed 1 night in July 2016
Amazing View, not so amazing stay”
De kamer was netjes en het uitzicht geweldig, maar toch hebben wij een dubbel gevoel overgehouden aan ons verblijf in het Sapa Sky Hotel. Het personeel spreekt nauwelijks Engels waardoor communicatie vrij moeizaam gaat, maar we kregen ook erg het gevoel dat alles teveel voor ze was en ze ook niet hun best wilde doen ons te begrijpen of te helpen. Bij het ontbijt (inclusief bij de kamer volgens agoda) werd ons in eerste instantie verteld dat we ieder 1 gerecht van de gehele kaart mochten bestellen. Bij het bestellen bleek echter dat er toch wat gerechten uitgesloten waren, waardoor de keuze zeer beperkt was. Bij de vraag of er ook drinken inclusief was, kregen we te horen dat dit niet het geval was. Later kregen we wel allebei een kop thee, die we niet besteld hadden, bij het ontbijt, wat overigens wel goed van smaak was. Het hotel ligt buiten Sapa, waardoor je elke keer als je naar Sapa wilt een kwartier een steile heuvel op moet lopen. Wij waren dus erg blij met de scooter die we in Sapa gehuurd hadden. Televisie op de kamer deed het niet en Wifi af en toe. Al met al: je kunt hier prima verblijven, maar houdt rekening met wat eventuele tegenvallers.
Reviewed July 18, 2016
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