Hanoi, Vietnam -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2013 -- Sapa’s new 3 star Panorama Hotel open for business this month. This is one in the latest string of developments that is giving Sapa considerably more status these days. The hotel offers 45 king sized double, twin triple and VIP rooms. It offers a superb buffet breakfast and an excellent restaurant offering authentic Vietnamese food and European lunches together with a well thought out A la Carte evening menu. On the side of the hotel is the fabulous Panoramic café which affords breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys that surround this hill top town, in the heart of what has become a trekking Mecca.
This development promises to be a very popular hotel in Sapa, its location being just about unbeatable. The views of the Fansipan Mountains and Sapa town itself, are extremely pleasing on the eye. Sapa has long been associated with trekkers and backpackers but in recent years, demand has been growing for hotels catering for the more discerning traveler. Panorama Hotel certainly achieves its ambition in fulfilling this gap in the market.
It was designed and built by its general manager, he has many years experience in hotel management and related business issues both in Vietnam and in Europe. It has been built with more than a watchful eye on design and comfort. It is well staffed with highly trained professional and personable young people who have a passion for their job and the area in which they live and work. The result is a superb balance between professionalism and friendly service.
This lines up superbly well with the new bus route linking Sapa with Halong Bay. These has long been a gap in the market for travelers wanting to see both the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Halong bay and the mountainous beauty of the Sapa region. Now travel between these two areas has been made significantly easier, and tourists are responding in numbers.
The hotel is well versed in the needs of holiday makers and offers much by way of excursions and bike rental for example. This is a fascinating area and trekking in Sapa has become a huge industry. Now those trekkers can enjoy the outdoor life with all its scenic rewards and come home to a luxury hotel at the end of the day. As the grey dollar gains prominence in this part of the world that is something that clearly has been missing.
Sapa is one of Vietnam’s best kept secrets, for years it was undersold and under valued. Now however, it is becoming one of the must-see destinations in the ever growing holiday sector within the region. It is hoped that the way tourism is being handled will continue. So far the development has all been about sustainable growth and green development. This is vital to an area that has some of the poorest people in the country amongst its citizens. Their future and the future of the region is inextricably linked.
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