Valley View Homestay: Best Place to Stay in Sapa, Vietnam

the room of valleyview homestay sapa

Sapa, Vietnam, is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Northern Vietnam. Thus, you should not miss visiting this small town before leaving Vietnam. A six-hour drive from Hanoi, you’ll get to see its breathtaking landscapes and stunning terraced rice fields. 

I’ve been traveling around Northern Vietnam for 21 days and Sapa was my last stop in Northern Vietnam. I decided to stay in Sapa for 3 days and 2 nights! If you’re planning to visit Sapa, Vietnam, too, I highly recommend checking out the Valley View Homestay in Sapa. In this blog post, find out why you must stay at Valley View Homestay when in Sapa, Vietnam! 

About Valley View Homestay

Valley View Homestay is located near Muong Hoa Valley, which is 10 minutes away from the Sapa Center. The homestay is equipped with modern facilities and offers free Wi-Fi and a parking lot for travelers. 

Furthermore, the homestay boasts stunning views of the mountains and rice fields that make you feel so relaxed during your stay. 

Why Choose Valley View Homestay in Sapa, Vietnam 

It offers scenic and dramatic views of nature.

As mentioned above, Valley View Homestay offers scenic views of the mountains and rice terraces. The tranquil ambiance is both fascinating and comforting. After hours of traveling from Hanoi to Sapa, or even after a day full of trekking and walking, this homestay is a perfect place to stay, sleep in, and relax. 

It’s a budget-friendly accommodation. 

If you’re looking for the best accommodation to stay in Sapa, Vietnam, Valley View Homestay is the right place for you. Not only is it a fantastic spot to stay and unwind, but it also has stunning views. In addition, couples can have a romantic getaway without breaking the bank at this homestay!

The room provides the necessary amenities.

Valley View Homestay provides a spacious and clean room with a balcony that is furnished with a sofa and a desk for every guest’s convenience. As a standard safety feature, each room has a smoke detector. In addition, they provide slippers, towels, and a hair dryer for every guest staying in the homestay. 

During my 3-day stay in Sapa, Vietnam, I have experienced staying in different homestays. The first one I tried during my night was staying in a local homestay, where I slept like a local. Then, my second experience would be staying at Valley View Homestay, where I had the most relaxing and convenient experience! Doing both could give you different experiences and perspectives, so I recommend you do both if you have the option. 

Nevertheless, if you want a hassle-free stay while in Sapa, you can opt to stay at Valley View Homestay. 

Check-in and Check-out Times

  • Check-in: from 13:00 until 13:30
  • Check-out: until 11:00


Violet Street, Sapa Town , Lao Cai Province, Sa Pa, Lào Cai Province, Vietnam


About the Author

Ara Patria

A travel blogger in the Philippines and a K-pop enthusiast, Ara Patria (The Adventuress) pursues her passion and love for traveling. She’s been blogging for years, where she writes about her own travel experiences and promotes the wonders of the Philippines. Not only does she promote the beauty of her country, but she also focuses on promoting sustainable tourism. She dreams of traveling the world and inspiring other people through her own written works and captured moments with her camera.

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