If you’re someone who loves the idea of admiring the beauty of clouds but hates the hassle of traveling to remote locations, we have the perfect solution for you. Imagine waking up to a stunning view of the sea of clouds right from the comfort of your luxurious resort room. In this article, we’ll introduce you to four amazing resorts in Vietnam that offer breathtaking cloud-watching experiences. From the majestic mountains of Sapa to the serene beaches of Phu Quoc, each resort has its unique charm that will leave you in awe.
So sit back, relax, and let us take you on a virtual tour of these four resorts that will make your cloud-watching dreams come true.
And trust us, you won’t regret staying till the end of this article, because we’ve saved the best for last. So without further ado, let’s dive in!
Rock Garden Sapa Homestay
Located in Hang Da Village, Huu Chau Ngai Commune, Muong Hoa, Sa Pa, Lao Cai, Rock Garden Sapa Homestay sits at an altitude of 1,700m. On days when the clouds roll in, the resort is almost entirely shrouded in mist, making for a truly magical experience. The resort is about a 25-minute drive from the center of Sa Pa, along the bumpy Mường Hoa road. However, the journey is well worth it, as it takes you to a serene and remote location that feels worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Recently, this resort has gained international attention and has been featured on several travel magazines and Instagram accounts such as Boomer Travel Club. The resort’s unique charm lies in its rustic design, with traditional wooden houses dotted across the mountain slopes and offering panoramic views of the Muong Hoa valley.
One of the most popular room types is the round glasshouse with a panoramic view. A night’s stay in this room costs VND 1.3 million, while other room types range from VND 850,000 to VND 2 million.
The Mong Village Resort & Spa
The Mong Village Resort & Spa is located closer to a more densely populated area, in Y Linh Ho village, about 2 km from the center of Sa Pa in the direction of Lao Chai. This resort also boasts stunning mountain views and sea of clouds that cover the Muong Hoa valley.
Guests can enjoy the surreal experience of soaking in the outdoor infinity pool while watching the clouds drift by. The pool also has warm water for chilly days.
The rooms are designed with a blend of contemporary and traditional Mong ethnic elements. From now until the end of October, the resort is offering a special deal of VND 1.4 million per person for a two-day, one-night stay, including round-trip transportation from Hanoi to Sa Pa.
The luxurious Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa
Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa is a luxurious resort located on Quan 6 Hill, Group 5, in Sa Pa town, Lao Cai, which is a part of the Northwestern region of Vietnam. The resort features a blend of Indochinese and European styles, providing guests with a unique experience of staying in a resort in the “Alps of Vietnam.”
Incorporating local ethnic elements into its design, the resort offers a harmonious blend of cultures. The intricate traditional embroidery and patterns add to the charm of the resort, complementing the stunning view of the mountains and the sea of clouds.
The resort offers 152 well-appointed rooms, each with a balcony to enjoy the picturesque views of the mountains or the lush gardens. Guests can also take in the fresh mountain air from the comfort of their rooms. The nightly rates start at 2.1 million VND, excluding breakfast.
Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa offers various facilities for its guests, including an indoor hot and cold pool, a spa, a gym, a lounge, a karaoke room, and a children’s club. The resort’s interior decor is inspired by local culture, with the opportunity to experience the traditional Dao Do herbal bath, a unique feature of Sa Pa, or indulge in traditional Swedish spa treatments.
In summary, Silk Path Grand Sapa Resort & Spa is a luxurious resort that offers a perfect blend of local ethnic elements and European style, situated in a serene location with picturesque views. Guests can enjoy world-class facilities and indulge in unique local experiences during their stay.
In addition to representing the Northwest region with Sapa, you can also go cloud hunting in the Northeast region such as Ha Giang. P’apiu Resort is hidden among the mountains in Bac Me district, Ha Giang. The resort has the longest hand-woven road in Vietnam – 1,700 meters – recognized by the Vietnam Record Organization.
The Yolo Mount area is the most beautiful photo spot in the resort as it is located at the highest point of the resort. Visitors can chat, drink water and admire the full view of the Northeast mountains, forests, and clouds. Some other memorable experiences when coming to the resort include zipline, outdoor movie watching, and soaking in a jacuzzi amidst nature.
The resort only has 3 villas in 3 different styles, such as the Mellow villa which recreates the traditional house of the H’mong people, entirely built from soil, or the Layla Qays villa decorated with walls full of cabinets. Each time, the resort only welcomes 6 guests, making it a choice for those who want to find a quiet and unique place. One night stay costs around 11 million VND.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for a unique and breathtaking travel experience, consider staying at one of these four cloud-watching resorts in Vietnam. From the stunning views to the luxurious amenities, these resorts offer everything you need to relax and recharge in the midst of natural beauty. Whether you prefer the traditional charm of the Muong Thanh Luxury Nhat Le Hotel or the modern sophistication of the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, there’s a cloud-watching resort in Vietnam that’s perfect for you. So why not plan your next vacation now and escape to one of these magnificent resorts for an unforgettable experience?