Every morning when you wake up, enjoy the feeling of floating between the sea of clouds and the mountains that appear before your eyes. Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa is a resort with 152 rooms and villas designed in French style with meticulously carved wooden furniture, floral tiles with black and white motifs as the background. for splashes of color, inspired by ethnic minority costumes in Sa Pa. Each room class becomes a work of its own in an art collection that honors the quintessence of indigenous culture in a luxurious and elegant way. Each room has a large balcony overlooking the garden and Hoang Lien Son mountain.
The Classic Garden View
The Classic Garden View is our simplest room, but it still offers the high standards that you’d expect from the resort. The balconies overlook the resort’s pretty garden.
Classic Mountain View
Similar to the Classic Garden View but with views to the mountains, the Classic Mountain View offers a comfortable space from which to enjoy the scenery.
The private balcony is a highlight of the Premium Classic, which offers a flower garden in the foreground and magnificent mountain views on the horizon. Cozy blues visually warm the interiors.
The Junior Suite offers a simple design that maximizes comfort across the bedroom and living room. As with all our suites, the Junior Suite also offers mountain views.
Warm yellows and oranges complement the Executive Suite’s wooden flooring, while a comfy living room and adjoining balcony offer quiet spaces to relax.
The Duplex has an elegant modern touch, with crisp geometric patterns and bold primary colors across the two-level studio.
Serene blues and earthy browns bolster the Bungalows, which offer two bedrooms, one living room and a balcony. Elegant Hmong patterns feature throughout the bungalows and each of the windows offers views of the surrounding green mountains.
The Grand Suite comfortably fits a small family across two bedrooms and a living room. Warm and earthy colors and local jewelry dress the interiors, while the private balcony boasts glorious views over the mountains.
One of two premium suites at the resort, the Ambassador Suite was inspired by the autumnal colors of September and October, when the sun shines bright and the rice terraces turn gold. Enhancing the décor are fiery red and orange patterns sometimes used in Hmong clothing. A highlight is the spacious private balcony, which offers magnificent views.
The Presidential Suite’s design was inspired by summer colors, most notably the vibrant green rice terraces that blanket the area from May to September. The largest suite at the resort and one of the premium rooms of the province, the Presidential Suite offers lavishly designed furniture across two bedrooms and a living room, a thoughtful layout taking advantage of the space and unrivalled, outward-facing views.