Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa


Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa

Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is an upmarket lodge situated in north-western Vietnam, close to the hearth of the highland town of Sapa - famed for its magnificent scenery and temperate climate.

Part of the French-owned Victoria chain of South-East Asian hotels, Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa is an upmarket lodge situated in remote Lao Cai Province, within the highland town of Sapa - famed for its magical scenery and cool, temperate climate.

Though designed to resemble a traditional mountain chalet, Victoria Sapa Resort is very much a modern hotel at heart, with all the facilities one would expect of a 4 or 5-star resort hotel, including heated indoor swimming pool, well-equipped spa, and tennis court. However Victoria Sapa's fairly modest size - just 77 rooms - and authentic style ensure that it doesn't feel out of place amid the forests and hills of Sapa.

Some visitors to the region may prefer to stay in a smaller, more intimate boutique hotel, which Sapa certainly offers. But for those who don't mind a larger, more impersonal resort, the Victoria Sapa should impress with its wealth of facilities - including plenty of indoor diversions for when the weather turns - and its own overnight train service from Hanoi to Sapa, the 'Victoria Express'!


Victoria Sapa Resort offers 77 rooms, including two suites and two family units, which are situated apart from the main wing of the hotel within beautifully maintained gardens. The rooms are warm and cosy, with polished wooden floors, rattan furniture, brass fixtures and local fabrics. They're generously proportioned, with space for a sitting area with desk and sofa, large double bed, and en-suite bathroom with standalone bathtub. Situated on two floors, the rooms open onto a private balcony or terrace overlooking the gardens.

There are two family studios with large double bed and three singles, and an extended balcony - ideal for families of 4 to 5. Two Garden Suites are the same size, but designed for two with king-size canopy bed with drapes and separate living area.


With its high beamed ceiling and roaring fireplace, Victoria Sapa's Ta Van restaurant is warm and inviting, especially in the chilly winter months (when the weather's warm, meals are served outdoors on the terrace overlooking the gardens).

Breakfast is an abundant buffet of homemade breads and pastries, jams, preserves, cereals, cold meats and cheeses, as well as cooked western and Asian dishes. Lunch and dinner are a la carte, and ordered from an all-day menu with a mix of European and more traditional Asian fare.

There's no shortage of good restaurants within easy walking distance in Sapa.


Indoor swimming pool (14m x 10m)
Tennis court
Fitness centre
Ta Van Restaurant
Children's club
The Victoria Express - an overnight train service from Hanoi to Sapa for hotel guests


Explore Sapa
Market tours
Hill tribe village tours
Climb Mount Fansipan
Mountain biking (bikes available from hotel)

Child Policy

The Victoria Resorts has a relaxed child policy. Up to two children under the age of 12 are accommodated free of charge if sharing with parents (there is a small charge for additional beds) and breakfast is charged at 50% of the adult rate.

Victoria Sapa offers two family suites accommodating families of up to 5 in one double and three single beds.