H Mong Mountain Retreat Vietnam. Located amongst a variety of well-known tourist attractions, boutiques and dining options, Hmong Mountain Retreat is ideal for guests wishing to discover Sa Pa and its surroundings. It also offers a terrace. H Mong Mountain Retreat features rooms equipped with heating and a shower. They feature a mosquito net and a shared garden.
H’mong Mountain Retreat’s restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner and is a suitable place for those who want to stay close to everything the property has on offer. H Mong Mountain Retreat has easy access to Sa Pa Cathedral. Fansipan is just an easy drive from the retreat.
Conveniently located in Sapa (Lao Cai), Hmong Mountain Retreat is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. Situated only 6km from the city center, guests are well located to enjoy the town’s attractions and activities. No less exceptional is the boutique hotel’s easy access to the city’s myriad attractions and landmarks, such as Rattan Bridge, Thac Bac Silver Waterfall, Mau Temple.
Hmong Mountain Retreat offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. This hotel offers numerous on-site facilities to satisfy even the most discerning guest. Hmong Mountain Retreat accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience, with shower, balcony/terrace, shared bathroom, fan, non smoking rooms in each room.
The hotel’s garden are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Sapa, make Hmong Mountain Retreat your home away from home. Booking a room online with us to get special discount rates and write hotel reviews after your stay.
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H’mong Mountain Retreat a Extroardinary Experience
I stayed at the H’mong Mountain Retreat in September 2012. Out of all my accommodation and roamings right throughout Viet Nam this was the most extroardinary experience of my trip. It is a retreat, there is no wifi, ensuit, room service, mini bar, front desk, that is the joy of it all. It is remote, peaceful and stunningly beautiful. I had the entire retreat to myself and a cat. The view from my thatched hut was breathtaking I could not take my eyes away and it changed by the minute – brooding jungle clad mountains high above, the clouds rolling in and settling like feather dooners in the valleys, hillsides terraced with rice paddies then brilliant sun shine and it all changed again.
One morning I awoke to children talking it felt like they were at the bottom of my bed, they were under my stilt house, two small children with a buffalo were hearding it through the grass that grows on the embankments of the rice paddies. The rice was being harvested while I was there, I so felt privledged to sit on the edge of my balcony swinging my legs over the side to just sit and watch the families cut the rice by hand, thresh it in a wooden box and then carry it up the steep hill sides.
I walked the roads through the valleys and down into villages stopping along the way for sewing lessons by some of the local H’mong women, bought small bags off young girls, gave my lunch and my dinner away to small children and old women. I stopped and talked to everyone, sometimes I had company of a couple of H’mong women and surprisingly they had simple English they were charming and beautiful. The retreat itself is thoughfully laid out with a main stilt house where there are two bathrooms with river pebbles as a floor, an eating area, then five private thached huts in the paddy fields. Many pieces of wonderful and beautiful locally made pottery and craft placed in and around the retreat.
My thached hut which was on stilts in the paddy fields had a large bed that was very comfortable with a fully enclosed mosquito net, bamboo floors and a balcony with views to die for. A girl arrived in the morning to cook my breakfast, eggs, bread, banana bread and thick delicious Veitnamese coffee. If you are thinking of going to Sa pa spend at least one night here it is an unforgettable experience and most of all I like the fact that Pete the Australian who runs this retreat and Sa pa Rooms gives back to the community.
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H’mong Mountain Retreat- The ultimate mountain hideaway overlooking the breathtaking terraced rice fields of Sapa.
The H’mong Mountain Retreat is made up of a number of buildings: the large 85 year old stilt house, five rammed earth bungalows and one 70 year old H’mong House. Indulge in rare quality time with your loved ones in this natural setting; it’s as close to nature as you can possible imagine.
Made entirely of sustainable products from the land; a mixture of clay walls, palm leaf thatching and palm tree wood flooring gives a true sense of being wrapped in nature, while the hand woven cotton bedding made by the indigenous tribes of northern Vietnam and Laos ensure comfort and warmth. Slip into a deep slumber.
Choose either a Hill Top Bungalow for two people or a two bedroom H’mong House sleeping up to four. Breakfast is included each day.
The views from the Stilt House are breathtaking, overlooking the entire Muong Hoa valley and Hoang Lien mountain range.
The Stilt House is our common area for guests to gather for breakfast and dinner as well as our very popular daily Vietnamese cooking class.
This is a great alternative to trekking. We show you how to create mouth watering home cooked Vietnamese delights. Vegetarians and those with special food needs are lovingly accommodated.
The H’mong Mountain Retreat Cooking School operates everyday from 9:30am to 3:00pm.
What are some things to do at Hmong Mountain?
One of the many activities that Hmong Mountain visitors can enjoy is staying at Sa Pa, Vietnam’s Hmong Mountain retreat, which offers a spa and other relaxing activities. Hmong Mountain is also a great place to enjoy nature and spend time with loved ones.
Hmong Mountain also offers guests amazing views and is a fantastic place for photography enthusiasts. While Hmong Mountain may not bustle with activities, it offers guests a place to enjoy the peace and quiet of their surroundings. Guests can take advantage of the opportunity to explore some of Vietnam’s most picturesque highlands and rice fields.
Those staying at the Hmong Mountain Resort can take part in activities such as the hotel’s cooking class. Taking place in the resort’s scenic, outdoor kitchen, guests have the opportunity to learn how to cook several Northern Vietnamese dishes. Those traveling to Hmong Mountain may also want to consider taking part in one of the tours offered by certain travel agencies.
Such tours give guests an opportunity to see and experience local culture by spending a night in an original Hmong Mountain village. Those visiting a Hmong Mountain village can also hike or even bike through the mountainous landscape at their leisure.
Booked this hotel for a different experience. Did not expect it to be so different. Driver from Lao Cai did not know how to get there. Cost extra money to be taken to the 6km’s to the retreat. On arrival, taken to the hut which is basically a bed with a mosquito net over the top, mud walls, bamboo everything else and a long rickety walk to the bathroom.
However, the view from the front porch was amazing. Just not sure the view was worth the money we paid for the hut. Unfortunately, we chose to not stay in such privative conditions and forfeited our monies paid and returned to SaPa Town and paid for a lot less primative room. Suggest only stay here if you are wanting a very rustic experience.
H Mong Mountain Retreat lack of maintenance
The location, views, architecture and decoration were incredibly beautiful. We liked the mountain hut and also the separate shower. However there is an absolute lack of maintenance and organisation, inexcusable for the price we paid. The bus driver that took us from train to Sapa said it was “paid by hotel” but actually the hotel (over)charged us for the ride.
When we arrived at the resort there were some people (not sure what or who they were) that did not speak English and were not exceptionally friendly that showed us our cabin. The entrance of the resort was full of litter. Afterwards these people were gone and there was no one to inform us. We were hungry and just started walking in search of food. A long walk with the most beautiful views I have seen in a long time – but no food. In the evening our Hmong hostess finally arrived. She was great, spoke very good English. The veggy dinner was great and in abundance. The toilet/shower was full of spiderwebs and we saw one cockroach.
The common area was in itself beautifully decorated but not cleaned. We were hungry after a small breakfast that was composed of air-filled bread with a little omelette and half an apple In summary, a great potential is nullified by a complete lack of organisation and maintenance. The lack of cleaning seems so easily resolvable… What a shame for such a wonderful place.
Hmong Mountain Resort
The Hmong Mountain Resort is a perfect hideaway to see the terraced rice fields of Sapa. The retreat is made up of a large 85 year old stilt house, five earth bungalows and a 70 year old Hmong house. This is as close to nature as you could ask for whilst hand woven cotton, made by tribes in North Vietnam, assure you are comfy. Made entirely of sustainable products this is the perfect place to overlook the entire Muong Hoa valley, the Hoang Lien mountain range and the overall beauty of North Vietnam’s highlands.
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Hmong Mountain Retreat
Humble is located in the center of the circle around Sapa, Hmong Mountain Retreat is the ideal point for tourists wishing to explore Sapa. Just the interesting activities in the City Center about 6. Km. options interesting points and sights in the region do not need too far because the hotel quite near the cloud, silver waterfall Waterfall silver, the temple Model.
In Hmong Mountain Retreat, perfect service and art equipment creates an unforgettable vacation. The hotel’s guests can enjoy great features such as family rooms, souvenir shop, restaurant, bicycle rental, water counters.
In addition, all the rooms have a comfortable path of different characteristics. Many of the rooms also are equipped with special facilities such as a fan, balcony, shared bathroom, non-smoking rooms, shower to satisfy the most demanding guests. Whether you are someone who likes to have fun or just looking to unwind after a busy working day, you will find comfortable to enable recreational facilities such as a garden. Hmong Mountain Retreat is an ideal place for visitors seeking rest and comfort facilities in Sapa.