Four resorts watching the sea of ​​clouds

During Cloud hunting season, if you are afraid to move, you can still choose resorts where you can watch the sea of ​​clouds right from your room.

Rock Garden Sapa Homestay is located in Hang Da village, Hau Chu Ngai village, Muong Hoa, Sa Pa, and Lao Cai. The resort is located at an altitude of 1,700 m. On days with a sea of ​​clouds, if viewed from above, the resort is almost covered in clouds. The resort is about 25 minutes from the center of Sa Pa by car along Muong Hoa street, many sections are quite bumpy. In return, visitors get to a rather unspoiled place, as isolated from the world. Photo: Resort

Recently, the resort has attracted attention from the international community when shared by many travel sites on Instagram such as Boomer Travel Club. The reason is that the resort has many beautiful rattan hunting corners and rustic and peaceful design. Typical indigenous architecture, with small wooden houses located on the side of the mountain, overlooking the entire Muong Hoa valley.

The room type chosen by many people, especially tourists from Thailand, is a round greenhouse with a panoramic view. A night stay here costs 1.3 million VND. The remaining room types have prices ranging from 850,000 VND to 2 million VND. Photo: Tamtid Cheevit Peebah

The Mong Village Resort & Spa is located closer to a denser residential area, in Y Linh Ho village, about 2 km from Sapa town center to Lao Chai. The resort still has the specialty of “mountain view” and sea of ​​clouds, the view embracing the whole view of Muong Hoa valley.

At the outdoor swimming pool, visitors can both soak in the water and witness the surreal sea of ​​clouds. The infinity pool also has warm water.

The rooms are designed to combine the breadth of the Mong ethnic identity with contemporary and European architecture. From now until the end of October, the resort is applying a promotion of 1.4 million per guest for a 2-day-one-night combo, including round-trip bus tickets from Hanoi to Sapa.

Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa is located at Doi Quan 6, Group 5, Sa Pa town, Lao Cai. Indochinese and European style resort in the spirit of a place to relax in the “Vietnamese Alps”. At the resort, you can watch clouds from European aristocratic-style gardens.

Besides the European style, the resort still cleverly installs and touches the typical brocade motifs of the Northwest. 152 bedrooms with many grades all have balconies for guests to watch the clouds or gardens, and enjoy the fresh mountain air right from the room. A night’s stay here costs from 2.1 million VND if you do not choose the included breakfast package.

Inside the resort, there are many amenities, including an indoor swimming pool with hot water in winter and cold water in summer, a spa, gym, lounge, karaoke and kids club. The space is imbued with local cultural colors, visitors can bathe in the typical Red Dao leaves of Sa Pa or soak in traditional Swedish therapy.

In addition to Sa Pa representing the Northwest, it is also possible to hunt rattan in the Northeast such as Ha Giang. P’apiu Resort is nestled among the mountains in Bac Me district, Ha Giang. The resort has the longest brocade road in Vietnam – 1,700 m – recognized by the Vietnam Record Organization.

Yolo Mount area is the best photo spot at the resort when it is located at the highest point of the resort. Visitors come here to chat, drink water and watch the whole view of the mountains and clouds of the Northeast. Some other memorable experiences when coming to the resort are ziplining, watching outdoor movies, and bathing in the jacuzzi in the middle of nature.

The resort has only 3 villas in 3 different styles, for example, Mellow recreates a traditional H’mong house, built entirely of earth, or Layla Qays is decorated with walls full of drawers. Only 6 guests at a time, making the resort the choice of those who want to find a quiet and unique place. A night’s stay costs from about 11 million VND.

Photo: Resort