Sapa Summit Hotel
Clean rooms, good views
What we say:
The Summit is not quite at the summit, but it's one of the last hotels you'll find along the road as you climb Thac Bac. It's popular with tour groups, but with 70 rooms it's usually possible to snag one as a walk-in, except in peak periods. Despite gloomy hallways rooms are of a very good standard for the price: spotlessly clean, with cable TV, minibar, kettle, balcony and very good bathrooms, all with rain showers. Standard rooms are small but could be described as shabby chic, with characterful white painted furnishings. Deluxe and VIP rooms, on higher floors, are larger and more modern in decor, particularly the VIP rooms which have ample windows for good views of the surrounding mountains, although beds are hard. Rooms on one side of the building lack views, so if you book in advance make sure you confirm you'll have a room with a view of the valley. The downside is the trek up and down the hill to get here, but there are compensations.
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Contact details:T10 Thac Bac, Sapa. T: (020) 387 2545, (020) 387 2967, (020) 387 2968 F: (020) 387 2969
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||17 USD||17 USD|
|Deluxe- Double||35 USD||35 USD|
|Superior - Double||22 USD||22 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 12th May, 2008
Last visited or updated on: 14th October, 2013
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Rated 4 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Sapa Summit Hotel was included in a tour we booked from Hanoi, and when we got there we consider we have been really lucky! The Hotel is located on the top of a hill and has fantastic vies of the valley, specially from the restaurant and the garden. You have to walk about Rooms were big and clean, ask for a balcony room and you'll get a wonderful spot of the green Sapa landscape! The Hotel was just renewed, but it looked a bit like it was rebuild in a hurry! The first day we saw a balcony door falling down from a 4th floor when one of the guests was trying to open it! Another bad thing is that there was a space full of junk just in front of the hotel, but maybe this was becouse of the rebuilding... Despite of this, we considered a very nice Hotel and a perfect place to rest after a hard treking day!
Sapa Summit Hotel reviewed by annica (Total reviews: 3) on
It's really worth the money if you don't mind long walk up the hill. The view is fantastic on a clear day, the bed comfy and the room clean. However the signal for the free Wi-Fi is very low despite the fact my room is located next to the AP. The staffs are friendly, helpful and well informed. Outside the hotel there is a permanently parked group of Black H'mongs trying to sell you their handicrafts when you stepped out from the door. All said, I really like the hotel and would recommend here. It's close to Baguette and Chocolat which makes it easy for you to sample their very outstanding bakes.
Sapa Summit Hotel reviewed by luvmedic (Total reviews: 5) on
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