Vientiane (Ban Vat Chan)
Relaxed, family run house minutes from downtown Vientiane. The twenty six rooms are French colonial chic meets Laos in style with dark wooden floors, high ceilings and large windows. Perfect for families, groups, couples or even those who want to stay for a while, with plenty of options for all.
You can't miss this flamingo pink edifice located along a dusty downtown street. Its 16 individually decorated blue and pink rooms feature cosy waffle bedspreads, bamboo screens, and many, Mekong River views. Local cuisine is served at The Spirit House and there is a pleasant sun dappled garden.
Vientiane (Ban Nongchanh)
An urban oasis housed in a traditional looking, hung tiled building with modern delights within. All rooms feature private balconies with views of a luscious garden and inviting pool, plus a serious bathtub. Bikes are complimentary plus there is a spa, gym and popular restaurant. Explore in style.
Vientiane (112 Wat Chan Village Chanthabouly District)
If Salana were a wine it would be a full bodied Cabernet (plenty of dark, polished wood) and there is a great selection at Sky Bar. A sleek and stylish hotel boasting a central location guests are treated to jacuzzi baths and spacious rooms with classic interiors. There is a spa, gym but no pool.
Vientiane (Chanthabouly District)
Moments from the Kong River Dhavara provides centrally located accommodation with wooden floors, marble clad bathrooms, ipod docks and tea and coffee making facilities. The family suites small kitchenettes. Dhavara Restaurant serves modern Laotian cuisine. The hotel concierge are happy to help.
Vientiane (Ban Vat Chan Tha)
Tucked away in downtown Vientiane, Ansara is a hidden gem. Blending colonial and Laotian styles with modern accents. Dark woods, shining silks, capacious four posters and private balconies. Dine at La Signature Restaurant, serving French cuisine or enjoy a tipple overlooking the outdoor pool.
Stylish French interiors and fine dining. Rooms and bathrooms feature luxuries like Italian marble and crafted rosewood furnishings. Capacious four posters create an air of romance. La Belle Epoque serves French cuisine whilst Sidewalk Cafe is contemporary Asian. Head to Poolside Bar for apéritifs.