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Photo of Thai Binh Sapa HotelThai Binh Sapa Hotel

For all weather eventualities

Ham Rong St, at the start of the steps T: (214) 387 1212  sapa@thaibinhhotel.com
http://www.thaibinhhotel.com

Thai Binh Sapa Hotel

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None of the rooms at this small family-run hotel have views worth talking about, but the rooms are good quality and the location convenient.

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De-humidifiers are a great idea in damp Sapa, but only few hotels, such as this one, have them. Rooms here are also equipped with heaters, a small fireplace in the corner and a fan -- covering all weather possibilities. Choose between twin or double beds, and you’ll also find a desk and kettle. Bathrooms are excellent, fitted out with modern sanitaryware, including a shower cubicle with decent shower. Ham Rong Street runs behind the church; stand facing the church and take the road to the left. The Trade Union Hotel is at the end, turn left there and Thai Binh Hotel is up a few steps, on the right.

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Walk-in rates at Thai Binh Sapa Hotel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard single room
US$26
US$34
Standard double room
US$30
US$38
Room: Standard single room, low season: US$26, high season US$34. Notes:
Room: Standard double room, low season: US$30, high season US$38. Notes:

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Where is Thai Binh Sapa Hotel

Thai Binh Sapa Hotel
Ham Rong St, at the start of the steps
T: (214) 387 1212 
sapa@thaibinhhotel.com
http://www.thaibinhhotel.com
Room rates: US$20 to 50

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