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We stayed four nights at the Apsara and loved the whole experience. We arrived on a festival night-October 20 and two candle and flower floats were waiting in our room for us to lower into the river. The view was great from the chairs on...More
I spent a week at the Apsara hotel, Luang Prabang, with my mum. Her fourth time and my first. I can not fault this gorgeous hotel and it's staff. Our room was simply styled with no television and a huge bathroom. There is a day...More
We were based at the Apsara for a week and cannot speak highly enough of the hotel and it's staff. The hotel is on a quiet street overlooking the Nam Kham river, and is a very short walk in to town and to the main...More
I came up to Luang Prabang just to join a charity run being held there and was blown away by the charm of the town and by the gorgeous Apsara Hotel and its staff. All that and a fabulous location really only steps away from...More
The Hotel Apsara is a lovely hotel with friendly and helpful staff located opposite the Nam Khan (Khan River) a couple of minutes’ walk from the centre of Luang Prabang’s old town. A friend and I stayed here for 5 nights in early August and...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$70 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#17 Romantic Hotel in Luang Prabang
#18 Family Hotel in Luang Prabang
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We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers... More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers, but we did not find that to be true in Laos or Cambodia.
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"Pay extra to be upstairs at a balcony room where you can see the river and mountains"