Topas Ecolodge


Tucked beneath the misty mountains of Sapa Valley in Northern Vietnam, Topas Eco Lodge sits above two majestic cone formed hills. Based on sustainable principles, the lodge aims to have a minimum impact on the surrounding environment.

The 33 sophisticated chalet-style bungalows are dotted near the peak of the two hills, each with a balcony. Built with local white granite, the Tay stilt design and lacquered wood panels provide an authentic Vietnamese village atmosphere, so guests feel fully immersed in local life. Rooms are individually decorated, come with all modern conveniences apart from a TV, and are each angled differently for breathtaking views of the mountains.

An on-site restaurant serves local fare, and there’s a heated infinity pool where guests can relax and unwind. The serene spa and its menu of traditional Red Dao herbal baths and massage are the perfect antidotes to a hard hike around the Sapa hills.

Topas Eco Lodge Sapa Information

Location & Getting There

Topas Eco Lodge arranges safe and comfortable direct rides from Hanoi. The 5-hour journey to the Northwest will bring guests from hot and humid Vietnam streetscapes to the lush and cool green fields of Sapa. Alternatively, guests staying in Sapa town are a short 45 minute drive away from Topas Eco Lodge, also available by the lodge’s private transfer service.


At Topas Eco Lodge’s 33 stone-white bungalows, guests can expect to take back an ethereal piece of Northern Vietnam, selecting from series of rooms from executive bungalows to exclusive suites. Each bungalow is designed with rustic detail complete with classic amenities and private open balconies to soak in the towering mountains and plunging valleys deep below. The bungalows are spacious, starting from 34 square metre executives to suites of 56 square metres.


The lodge’s excellent location naturally brews an exciting assortment of activities for you as you glide down the mountains on a bike, huddle around a campfire or extend your gastronomic horizon in a traditional Vietnamese kitchen. One way or another, be sure to include a local tour in your itinerary, visiting some of the world’s most remote and untouched villages.


Children are welcome at Topas Eco Lodge.

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Why we recommend Topas Ecolodge

"Sapa can feel centuries removed from most destinations on Earth, and this is the feeling you get at Topas Eco Lodge. Not only were the stilted common buildings sourced from a nearby community of ethnic Thay people, but the property offers one of the area’s most culturally enriching travel experiences. Wake in the morning to the mist rising with the sun, and spend your days exploring the surrounding forests and villages."

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