Victoria Sapa Resort
At a Glance
The best hotel to base yourself at when discovering the unexplored Sapa area
Victoria Express train from Hanoi to Sapa reserved exclusively for hotel guests
77 rooms and suites
Indoor swimming pool available
Fascinating activities including trekking through the hill tribe villages
Stunning scenery and I did an amazing day trek through the countryside and lots of different villages where many ethnic minorities still live and work.Scott Dunn team
Don't miss out on the immaculate indoor pool and spa located five minutes up the hill from the hotel, which is great for a relax after a long day of trekking.Scott Dunn team
From the stunning scenic backdrop of the rice paddies, The Victoria is the perfect base to explore this untouched pocket of northern Vietnam.Victoria Hogg
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Victoria Sapa Resort or take a look at our itineraries to The Far North
1650 meters above sea level in Lao Cai Province, near the Chinese Border, Sapa was originally a French hill station partially chosen due its cool climate. Today it is still home to more than 30 colorful hill tribes and Vietnam's highest peak, Mount Fansipan. It is an area of stunning natural beauty and fascinating cultural diversity and days can be spent here being as energetic or relaxed as you like - with options including trekking, mountain biking or simply wandering through the markets or curling up with a good book and enjoying the spectacular valley views.
Traveling to Sapa from Hanoi is an experience in itself on board the Victoria Express Train which is exclusively for the use of hotel guests. The 8-hour 30-minute journey allows time for a memorable dinner and a sleep in your private cabin. Located above the village of Sapa with views of the surrounding mountains, the Victoria Sapa’s alpine chalet-style architecture blends perfectly with the stunning scenery. There are 77 attractively furnished guest rooms which are simple yet comfortable.
The Victoria Sapa's 21 Superior Rooms, 52 Deluxe rooms (with private balconies) and 2 spacious Suites (with sitting room and large balcony with a sofa) all have wooden flooring and a touch of local decoration. There are also 2 family studios, each of which have a double bed and three singles as well as a large balcony.
Children are welcome at The Victoria Sapa and will find the surrounding region both fun and interesting. The hotel has a Victoria Kids Club for over 2's with games, DVDs and toys. Babysitting and cots are available on request and menus to suit children can be provided.
The Victoria Sapa has the Ta Van Restaurant with large terrace with spectacular mountain views and specializes in European and Asian Cuisine. There is also a cosy bar with open fireplace, an outdoor tennis court, indoor swimming pool, petanque, billiards, gym and spa (including sauna, massage and reflexology).
Activities whilst staying at The Victoria Sapa include mountain climbing, trekking, jeep excursions, cycling and village and market visits. This area is fascinating to explore either independently or with a guide and many days can be enjoyed soaking up the colorful culture and mesmerising scenery.
Location & Directions
Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is located in the town of Sapa, among the Hoang Lien Mountains, 380km (236 miles) northwest of Hanoi, in Lao Cai Province. Near the Chinese border, this property also has Silver Waterfall, Hoang Lien National Park, Heavens Gate and Giang Ta Cheri in its vicinity.
When to go
Generally good weather throughout the year. The finest weather of the year extends from October to April with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 30°C. December to February are the coldest months, with temperatures reaching 18°C. The monsoon prevails from May till September with stronger breezes and higher humidity with limited rainfall. Temperatures are warmer during this time, varying between 25°C to 35°C. Most rain failing in July and August and typhoons are possible.