Pakse has the image of being a frontier town since it's the route in and out from Laos into Thailand in the south. This hotel is cheap and you can almost say it's luxury for a backpacker since the rooms have air conditioning, desk, wireless high-speed Internet, TV and minibar. The staff is very attentive and the views from the terrace are fabulous
A budget establishment but with all the amenities. It has single, double and family rooms, set prices of 50,000, 60,000 and 90,000 kips, although you can barter to get a discount if you stay many nights. If you want to have breakfast included, it can cost 65,000, 90,000 and 135,000 kips. The breakfast is made up of eggs, bread, butter and coffee. I can not say how it is because I didn´t try it, but for a similar price you can have breakfast in any restaurant in the city. The hostel is on a street parallel to the main street of Luang Nam Tha, but there are signs indicating the direction. The rooms are spacious, with own bathroom (toilet bowl!), And several of them are in the main section of the building, which gives it a more intimate still, by not having to constantly move by "receipt". After three nights there, you feel like in your own home. The entire area has wifi (rooms included, no matter how far you are receiving) at a very good speed and uncut, in this sense does not seem to Laos! If you ask at reception will inform bus schedules and the best treks to do in the area. They also have laundry service for 12,000 kips.
Luang Prabang is a lovely town on the Mekong River, with booming tourism, making it easy to find good accommodation in hotels, with great service and quality. It is a bit more expensive than in major cities of neighboring Thailand. This lovely Guesthouse is a perfect place to relax without being immersed in the bustle of Luang Prabang. It is a couple of miles away from the center shopping street. This should not be a problem because when you request a tuktuk you will find one at the door and be on a tour in no-time. All the rooms are wooden bungalows, decorated with Laotian decor and are clean. They have AC, but with the windows open and the fan is missing. They have a fridge with of all kinds of drinks and snacks. The best are the terraced bungalows with views of a tributary of the Mekong, where you can enjoy some amazing sunsets and a tasty breakfast each morning before you start your day. At your disposal are many things for breakfast you can choose from previous day and put them on the board in reception. When you write it down they will bring it to your balcony. Its gardens are cared for and you can make the walk to your room. The hotel also has a library, a TV room with a library where you can watch any movie you want. And to keep your valuables or your backpack, you get a free safe. If you travel by air, you can ask them to come get you at the airport, but its not worth it as any tuktuk can take you to the Guesthouse at a price much lower price. Finally an important tip. In your room you will find a brochure from the Lao government where they give you rules to follow (behavior, curfew hours, hygiene, health, etc ...) if you have problems with the authorities, follows all recommendations.
This was the second place that I stayed at in Luang Phrabang, I did not like the first place very much and therefore I changes. I spent a few days there. It was run by a lovely family, I was exchanging language classes with girls which was great. They have rooms with a shared bathroom outside of the room (about $ 3), individual bathroom, double and multiple rooms. The single has a fan and hot water. They are medium in size and decorated in a simple way, but they are cozy. It cost me $ 5 per night. Downstairs there is a small restaurant serving local cuisine. It was cheap and they are generous with the portions. Apologies for no photo of the room :)
The best option for accommodation on Khone Island, in what is called 4000 islands in southern Laos. It is a bucolic town, with water buffalo "posing" for photos, even a waterfall. Life goes placidly on the river, with log cabin accommodation from € 3. The hostel is a French colonial building with rooms from € 10 on the ground floor and 20 € at the top, with a tasty breakfast included. In the river you can sometimes see dolphins, and to get there you take a bus from Pakse, 4 hours to Nakasang, and then take a boat to the island Don khone.
This resort is on the banks of the river and at the top of the Tad Yuang waterfall. It is a fantastic location, and is built entirely of wood, respecting and engaging with nature. The reception is also a small cafe. The restaurant is very good and serves food at tables on the riverbanks. It has little cottages and camping area. Although it is called "resort" it functions more as guesthouse, because there are minimum frills which makes it cozy and intimate. The camping area is $ 7 per night/person and our tent was between 10 and $ 20, depending on whether we wanted ground (earth) or Semi-cabin, ie roofed wooden platform. The rooms at the cabanas cost between $45 and $60, including breakfast. The prices are from June '09. They also organize activities such as trekking. There's no pool because it has the "top of the falls", a haven of crystal clear water, which the river creates just before rushing. It becomes a fantastic natural pool in the middle of wooded hill.
A pleasant and trusted Ghesthouse in a street perpendicular to the Avenue main street, you can find very nice, cheap and quiet rooms for only about is quiet, very clean rooms 40,000 Kips, about 3.5 euros, hot water, a good place if you're passing through Vnag Viang. Ask people where it is, they all know.
This hotel can be isolated from everything around it, but Vientiane is a very quiet town. It has comfy rooms, a bar and a restaurant. The breakfast buffet is varied and delicious. The exterior of the rooms has a pond and a pool and vegetation. The rooms are spacious and modern. The bathrooms are curious as each tub has a small enclosed garden to prying eyes.
After a day of walking the path caves by Thakhek, we stopped for lunch by the Huay Xieng Liap bridge and the town of Ban Songkhone. From there, a girl went with us on a path toward an amazing cliff, where we went inside a stunning limestone cave (Tham Xieng Liap). Coming out of it, almost overnight, we ended up in the middle of a forest, surrounded by cliffs and with only the sound of birds and insects in the area. Before us, the lovely and simple area of huts of central Laos. The owners treated us well, Tanja and Uli, a German couple who were climbing enthusiasts. We slept for 4 euros / person, we had dinner and continued our journey through the country. We walked through the cave, which was amazing for us because it was getting dark and we still had no place to sleep, and it can be accessed from a dirt road at Km 10, Route 12. Finding a paradise within another paradise was amazing.
Just after crossing the bridge at Muang Nhoy Kiao Nhon, turn left to see a handful of bungalows. These are the cheapest option in the area. They are the most basic, have a space for you to sleep on a straw mattress on the floor and another that serves as a bathroom, also basic, with a hole for your needs and a bucket of cold water, with which you can shower. To the right of the river there is another series of bungalows with a little more "luxury", but I did not like these because they are run by a unfriendly and grumpy man. Also, if you take the path that lies behind this bungalow, you can find another which is much better, run for Europeans who do not want to forget where they come from and need a lot more. The price is exorbitant for the country but after many tourists get here they only seek comfort, which is reasonable enough, since it's hard enough just to get here. Here prices are laughable, just 3 euros per night, the owner is a young, friendly woman .... A real beauty! .. one of those who could make me lose lose my mind ..
Anyone who I tell that this bungalow offered these views and that I only paid one U.S. dollar a day (about 80 cents) tells me that I am crazy or that I am a liar, but it's true. We slept in a palm hut which only had feather down mattress and a mosquito net to protect you from rather large spiders and mosquitoes at night. There was another cabin with only a shower made of a hose coming from a little stream that ran just behind it, and to eat, relax, read or just listen to music there was this spectacular porch, where you could spend hours and hours giving thanks for having come so far. All this for only 80 cents! You get so much for so little!!
Maison Souvannaphoum Hotel is situated in the Plaza de Namphou in the center of Luang Prabang, a World Heritage Site. All the rooms have one king or twin beds, balcony, minibar and free bottled water. Guests at this colonial style hotel have access to an outdoor pool and a full service spa health. It has 18 rooms and five suites, all equipped with a minibar as well as the free bottled water.
I came running from chiang mai, advised by a Portuguese woman who had already stayed here. It was a good place to meet people from all over the world and enjoy Luang Prabang. Here they organize trips, rent bicycles, and at night there is very good atmosphere ... and a bed will cost youSpicy about 3-4 euros.
The hotel is on the Mekong River at the tip of the peninsula of old Luang Prabang, 100 meters from the world famous Wat Xiengthong. It directly overlooks the Mekong River and you can view the spectacular sunsets from your room. It is ideal for those who want a relaxing holiday in the middle of a natural environment that's full of peace and harmony.
The hotel is in Manoluck Luang Prabang in Laos. The hotel has all the amenities a luxury hotel can provide. In an environment of total comfort and spaciousness, it offers their guests quality, relaxation, warmth and the best service you can find. The hotel is highly specialized in making their guests feel at home.
The Hotel "Novotel Vientiane", built in 1993, is located near the river "Mekong", between the airport and the city centre, so it's easily accessible. The hotel features an executive floor with its "Business Centre", pool, recreation centre, Restaurant and Bar. Vientiane is a small city with majestic architecture, monuments and temples that reflect the country's history.
Le Parasol Blanc (Vientiane) is an elegant mansion which was formerly a colonial mansion. The hotel is located in a garden in the center of Vientiane and has 45 fully equipped rooms each with a private balcony overlooking the hotel garden. It has 3 stars . The room amenities include air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV or cable TV, minibar and private bathroom with hot water.
The Grand Luang Prabang (Luang Prabang - Luang Prabang - Laos) is situated in Ban Xiengkeo, Khet Sangkalok Luang Prabang Laos. The hotel is a 4 star hotel and is surrounded by a garden and constructed in colonial style. It has 2 floors with a total of 78 rooms. It is fully air-conditioned and has a lobby with a reception open 24 hours a day, which offers currency exchange facilities and a cash box. There isa bar, a café and a restaurant.