Luang Prabang (Ban Aham)
Large airy rooms with private terraces face out onto the manicured tropical gardens.The decor is minimalist and clean. The hotel has been constructed around three historic royal buildings. A sit out terrace overlooks the lotus pond. A place of complete calm in an excellent central location of town.
Luang Prabang (Ban Pakham)
A traditional Laotion townhouse with a contemporary twist. White washed walls and crisp linens are decorated with local textiles. The rooftop terrace enjoys great views whilst the cafe serves up healthy dishes. Many of the town's sites are within walking distance. Ideal for those on a flyby visit.
Luang Prabang (Ban Xiengmouane)
Seven historic townhouses carefully converted into a boutique hotel whilst maintaining their charm. Some rooms are on the small side but all have original touches like exposed stone walls and wooden beams. Modern bathrooms are a welcome addition as are the delicious local dishes on offer.
Four unique rooms sit in the grounds of the Ock Pop Tok Living Craft Centre, perched on the banks of the Mekong. Spacious and chic & adorned with the beautiful textiles which are made on site. Make the most of complimentary bikes and a free tuk tuk into town. Off the beaten track but well worth it!
Luang Prabang (Ban Meung Nga Village)
A place of calm set on the banks of the Nam Khan River. Bamboo bungalows give a laid back feel yet your are only a 15 minute cycle away from town. Rooms are spotless and the staff friendly and efficient. Well priced plus the owners donate a portion of the profits to local projects. A great find.
Luang Prabang (Ban That Luang,)
Walkways weave over the lotus ponds at the entrance to this 26 room boutique hotel. Rooms are individually designed combining the owners antique collection with a modern clean touch. Just a 3 minute walk to the town center, yet whilst sat in tranquility by the pool, this is near impossible to know.
Luang Prabang (Ban Wat Sene)
A traditional Lao (heuan) property located just a stone's throw from town, but a world away on the tranquil waters of the Mekong river. Dark woods are accented with bright colours and ornate silk fabrics; four poster beds, modern bathrooms and most have balconies. There is an excellent restaurant.
A converted colonial house set in the ancient town of Luang Prabang. French elegance meets Loas charm in this quiet, centrally located spot. An excellent spa and well kept pool are on offer. Ideally placed within walking distance of temples, restaurants and the river there's plenty to keep busy.
A converted 19th century villa styled in a blend of french colonial and traditional Lao design. The opulent suites are worth spending your buck on and the spa worth your time. The plunge pool is small but serves it's purpose. The restaurant is headed by the daughter of the last king's private chef.
Luang Prabang (Riverfront)
Three riverside colonial houses refurbished with exquisite care. Rosewood furniture, high ceilings and Loatian textiles give an elegant feel evocative of a bygone age. Take a drink on the terrace overlooking the river and sample from traditional Laotian dishes. Simple elegance.
Luang Prabang (Ban Naviengkham)
A chic hotel built on a hillside giving exceptional views and an out of town feel. Rooms are modern and elegant with large windows making the most of the scenery. Laotian flavours are worth sampling with the hotel's tapas style menu. The infinity pool and spa make it a spot difficult spot to leave.
Luang Prabang (Mano Village)
Ultra stylish boutique hotel, a tuk-tuk ride from town. The style here is predominantly minimalist chic with dark wood floors, a monochrome palette and all mod cons. The restaurant keeps everyone happy with a mix of International and Laotian cuisine. A smart stay just outside the centre.
Luang Prabang (Xieng Thong Village)
Set in the primary position of Luang Prabang peninsula, where the waters divide between the Mekong and the Nam Khan. Owner managed, the finer details haven't been forgotten. Some rooms have wraparound balconies and spa baths; all have remote controlled beds. The ideal spot for a riverside relaxing.
Luang Prabang (Ban That Luang)
A lovingly restored, owner managed, colonial house within a 10 minute walk of central Luang Prabang. Set within beautifully manicured gardens the hotel itself is lovely to walk around. The spa is noteworthy particularly the herbal steam room. Ideal for a romantic break.
A renovated mansion comprising of 23 suites. A large pool sits at the centre with manicured gardens and ponds covered in lilypads. Rooms have traditional Laotian wooden floors and colonial style furniture. Beautifully presented Asian and European dishes are served whilst the bar has a bistro feel.
Luang Prabang (Ban Wat Sene)
Set on the opposite bank of the Nam Khan River yet within easy access of central Luang Prabang. A beautifully designed property with subtle, clean design. Harbored in the midst is a delightful restaurant. The perfect combination of town life and quiet country living.
Luang Prabang (Ban Mano)
A cluster of French Colonial structures with strong Laotian design, cleverly converted into 25 suites. Each suite provides the ultimate in privacy with gardens, spa-like bathrooms and some even boast plunge pools. It doesn't come cheap but it is the perfect romantic getaway.
An elegant colonial hotel in a secluded setting just outside Luang Prabang. Part of the Belmond group it ensures high standards and attentive service. Perched a top a hill giving panoramic views best enjoyed from the infinity pool.The Laotian cuisine comes highly recommended.
Luang Prabang (Ban Thongchaleun)
An old hospital beautifully renovated into a hotel comprising of 24 suites.As with all Anamresorts properties the spa is excellent and luxury is taken to the next level. Service is attentive without being intrusive. Some suites feature private swimming pools. Ideal for completely unwinding.