What we say:
It appears that Boutique Hotel has lost its new wing and now only offers rooms in the original building. That's a shame, as the new wing was excellent, but the original rooms aren't bad, they just lack style, a bit like the reception and restaurant area, which are cluttered with a random array of items, including vintage motorbikes. Rooms look like an attempt has been made at adding some character, but it doesn't quite work. Beds have cheap mattresses and shiny bedding, but rooms are well enough equipped and the views from the front rooms are worth staying for. The restaurant serves up a reasonably priced selection of dishes in a candlelit environment and it's a good spot for a coffee with a view.
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Contact details:41 Fansipan St, Sapa. T: (020) 387 2727 F: (020) 387 2678
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Single||25 USD||30 USD||Street view|
|Standard - Double||30 USD||35 USD||Street view|
|Superior - Single||30 USD||35 USD||Valley view|
|Superior - Double||35 USD||40 USD||Valley view|
Added to Travelfish on: 23rd November, 2010
Last visited or updated on: 14th October, 2013
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Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
Spent a weekend in Sapa in June 2012, stayed at the Boutique Hotel after reading reviews about the good service and spacious balcony - and was not disappointed. Service was great, the hotel manager, and his staff, were extremely friendly and helpful. I was there with a friend and our aim was to relax, our trip not so much focused on the trekking! The 'suite room' at the Boutique Hotel was OK for the price (around $50) but what we really enjoyed was the huge top floor balcony with a view across the mountains. We spent many hours sitting under the sun umbrella, reading, talking & drinking and just enjoying the view. Great food at both Baguettes and Chocolates, and The Noshery (new cafe owned by the Sapa Rooms people). Also highly recommend the museum, a wonderful exhibit sponsored by Oxfam and Craft Link on the traditions of weaving, dying and textiles in the villages nearby Sapa (complete with village sales people that didn't hassle you to buy their handicrafts, I was so excited by the peace I bought up big)
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