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All reviewsmacaroonsboutique hotelbeautiful hotelpremier roomnight marketmarble bathroomcolonial stylefree airport shuttlelovely balconythe riverphoin easy walking distancethree roomsrooms are hugeeach eveningstayed for two nightscomfortable bed
A minor mix up where they seem to have thought we’d booked a room each was resolved and we were settled in to this rather grand hotel compared to most in the centre of the old town. The pickup from the airport was seamless, the...More
What a charming boutique hotel in a fantastic location.
From the free airport pickup & drop off, to the warm welcome, the big room & bathroom, very comfortable bed, well appointed & maintained rooms, and the delicious breakfast spread, it was all first class.
We stayed for two nights in a premier double. The room was massive had a good bed (mattress was a little soft, pillows great), nice furniture and an amazing shower! The balcony overlooked the city, at least a little. The breakfast is fantastic has buffet...More
Small nice hotel located in a quite street ....excellent for sightseeing and lots of restaurants & Cafes are neerby.Rooms are very large with wood flooring and colonial style decoration.King bed was huge !!! Bathrooms are as well very large and nice.Nice breakfast room as well...More
We had checked numerous hotels on TA, and by choosing this one, made the right choice. Large room, good bathroom but above all, staff who made you feel welcome. Handy for all the mid town restaurants and night market.
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are... More
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are probably in a colonial style - wooden floors - highish ceilings - old fashioned bathroom fittings - minimalist decoration - but the building is surrounded by modern buildings - the Ansara which is close by is probably slightly more colonial - we ate at their signature restaurant - the main building is in a "colonial" style with a modern extension around the swimming pool at the rear - the area that both hotels are located in - may have once been the colonial heart of the city close to the Mekong - but Laos is not a rich country and the days of the French are long gone - the area has now been taken over by the night market and a range of eating opportunities both on and off street as well as hotels and hostels - it is very safe - but perhaps not as attractive as it was once - enjoy