Villa Maly Luang Prabang
The hotel's "Art Deco" style is prevalent through with an original blend of French and British colonial furnishings. The ambiance is residential, as if one were staying in a private village. Hence the slogan "A Residence of Charm" The central building was formally the private residence of former nobility, its original splendor derived from the 1920's, evokes a sense of the French past.
Cafe De Laos Inn Luang Prabang
The hotel is the traditional Lao houses with the style of. it has own unique design and identity with the support of the excellent services that waits for the customers, who would like to explore themselves with the new journey for new experiences, with the combination of the comfort, peace and harmonious surroundings that will allow guests to touch the senses of the real heritage city. (09/10WS)
Burasari Heritage Luang Praban Luang Prabang
All 23 guest rooms feature touches such as LCD flat screen televisions, bath room with special handmade design shower or bathtub, air conditioning, idd telephone, safety deposit box, hair dryer, bathrobes, slippers, umbrella, tea-coffee making facilities. Wireless internet and mini-bar are complimentary in all our rooms.
Sofitel Luang Prabang
This luxury Mansion was built in the 1900s for the French Governor's family, which reflects perfectly the cultural heritage of Luang Prabang, now a restored and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel offers 23 suites for leisure and relaxation in your exclusive accommodation with five-meter-high ceiling, private gardens, and some with plunge pools. Hotel de la Paix enjoys the tranquility, serenity and romance that travellers exploring the exotic Indochina dream about.
Victoria Xiengthong Palace Luang Prabang
The hotel used to be King Sisavang Vatthana?s palace. He lived here from 1975, after he was abdicated. The hotel has 6 difference room types under 3 categories: Superior, Suites & Mekong Premier Suites.
Kiridara Luang Prabang
Kiridara is an elegant, contemporary boutique hotel located in the mystical city of Luang Prabang. Situated in north central Laos,where the Nam Khan River meets the Mekong River, Luang Prabang is notable as a UNESCO world heritage site, and well known for its ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries.
Luxury in Luang Prabang
Enjoying a particularly scenic location at the convergence of the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers, Luang Prabang draws travellers with the promise of unique culture, stunning views and a little bit of luxury from which to enjoy it all. Along with a fantastic selection of exclusive experiences, the city plays home to a handful of luxury resorts.
The 5-star Hotel de la Paix is a boutique option set in a former French fort within 15 minutes of Luang Prabang's Heritage-listed Old Town. Satri House is another 5-star boutique and former residence of Prince Soupha-nouvong. It's moments from the Luang Prabang Night Markets and close to the Royal Palace Museum.
Budget travel in Luang Prabang
Luang Prabang lends itself well to the more budget conscious with affordable activities and a fantastic selection of lower cost accommodation. The city is an attraction in itself and its Heritage-listed Lao and Dutch buildings can be explored on foot. Inexpensive entrance fees to such attractions as The Golden City Temple, Tad Sae Waterfalls and Phu Si Hill ensure plenty to do.
Fantastic hotel rates are easily found with star rated service available at a fraction of the cost of western counterparts. The Apsara is one such example positioned on the Nam Khan river. If you're searching for even lower costs, the Villa Saykham and Liberty Guest House offer comfortable rooms in convenient central locations.
A touch of the traditional
One of the most interesting aspects of Luang Prabang is the rich tradition that can be felt right throughout the city. From watching the alms for the monks each morning, to visiting bear and elephant sanctuaries, it's easy to catch a glimpse of fascinating Laos culture. What better way to cap off your cultural experience than a stay in a local in or B&B?
Friendly hosts and quality amenities are the norm through Luang Prabang's B&Bs. This includes the Namkhan Riverside, which offers up comfortable, private rooms close to the city centre. Children's activities are also available. Phone Praseuth Guesthouse is another great smaller hotel, providing guests with friendly service and the option of bike rentals.