Laos

Luang Prabang

A UNESCO World Heritage site with good reason, this town in the northern mountains is a spectacular mix of ancient temples and colonial splendour. The looming hills in the background and jungle that creeps down provide an atmospheric backdrop for you to explore the town’s incredible history.

Accommodation in Luang Prabang

Previously a royal residence and an ice cream factory, the new refurbishment has rosewood interiors and contemporary Asian décor. The professionalism and friendliness of the staff here is what keeps people coming back, and the restaurant receives it fair share of plaudits. The hotel believes that to achieve long-term commercial success, hotel developments must put […]

This luxury property sits in the heart of Luang Prabang, a town declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. There’s something of a colonial aesthetic that permeates the rooms as well as the fantastic restaurant. There’s a spa, a library and even a small boutique art gallery.

There’s a remarkable focus on high-end design that gives this Luang Prabang property an exclusive feel. The 23 luxury suites weave colonial styles with contemporary innovations that results in one of the most comfortable properties sin the country. Hotel de la Paix is proud to support and promote what they feel is one of the […]

Also in Luang Prabang, this was once the residence of former prime minister Prince Souvannaphouma. There’s definitely a regal splendour to the place, and the rooms all have a stately air. The restaurant, Elephant Blanc, is one of the best in the region and the Angsana Spa is a seductive place to unwind after sightseeing.

Another residence with a royal seal of approval, this refurbished residence has been presenting the highest standards of hospitality since the early 1900s. The 25 rooms include some stunning suites, and the main house itself is a masterpiece of design. Lounge around the lobby amid antiques and handicrafts.

This property housed the last of the royal Laotians, and is in the most desirable and tranquil part of Luang Prabang. Just 26 rooms keep the exclusive feel, and this delightfully designed hotel overlooks the Mekong River. The Ayu Spa offers a great range of traditional treatments.

This property housed the last of the royal Laotians, and is in the most desirable and tranquil part of Luang Prabang. Just 26 rooms keep the exclusive feel, and this delightfully designed hotel overlooks the Mekong River. The Ayu Spa offers a great range of traditional treatments.

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