23 rooms from £637 per night
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“A stunning luxury hideaway in the jungle-clad hills outside Luang Prabang. With villas, suites and hilltop tents decked out in an elegant mixture of bold Laotian style and French furnishings. The restaurant serves tantalising Royal Laos cuisine with local organic ingredients. Remarkable.”

“A stunning luxury hideaway in the jungle-clad hills outside Luang Prabang. With villas, suites and hilltop tents decked out in an elegant mixture of bold Laotian style and French furnishings. The restaurant serves tantalising Royal Laos cuisine with local organic ingredients. Remarkable.”

Hotel Review

For a more secluded stay we would recommend the hilltop tents, slightly out of the action and a walk from the main facilities, but the views are unbeatable and the tree top position puts you right in the jungle. Wherever you pick the jungle will be your sound track, whether its the stream gurgling at the riverside villas, or the birdsong from the tents. We loved exploring nearby Luang Prabang, and then returning to our opulent tent for a quick bath, a sunset and then down to the bar for an old fashioned Negroini before dinner. A showstopper of a hotel, it feels more like a stately home of some Laotian Prince- luxurious without being flashy.
Recommended for
  • Trekking
  • The hotel will organise treks to Kuang Si Falls (a three tiered waterfall) and the Pak Ou Caves (filled with statues of Buddha)
  • Back to Nature
  • The secluded hilltop tents offer unbelievable views and their treetop location gives you a front row seat to the dawn chorus
  • Other Activities
  • Check out the spa, where traditional Laotian medicine and folk culture are mixed with Western techniques to great effect
  • Total relaxation
  • Sit on your chez lounge and listen to the stream gurgle, take native treatments in the spa and swim in the pool
  • Sights nearby
  • Guests must visit Luang Prabang, the mixture of Laotian and French architecture is remarkably beautiful
  • Cooking classes
  • Culinary director Sebastian Rubis, brings guests to the organic farms and markets that supply the hotel
  • Local markets
  • Early risers should head down to the food market that springs up in the lanes around Wat Mai

Recommended For

  • Trekking
  • The hotel will organise treks to Kuang Si Falls (a three tiered waterfall) and the Pak Ou Caves (filled with statues of Buddha)
  • Back to Nature
  • The secluded hilltop tents offer unbelievable views and their treetop location gives you a front row seat to the dawn chorus
  • Other Activities
  • Check out the spa, where traditional Laotian medicine and folk culture are mixed with Western techniques to great effect
  • Total relaxation
  • Sit on your chez lounge and listen to the stream gurgle, take native treatments in the spa and swim in the pool
  • Sights nearby
  • Guests must visit Luang Prabang, the mixture of Laotian and French architecture is remarkably beautiful
  • Cooking classes
  • Culinary director Sebastian Rubis, brings guests to the organic farms and markets that supply the hotel
  • Local markets
  • Early risers should head down to the food market that springs up in the lanes around Wat Mai
  • Tented Camp
  • Some of the accommodation is tented
  • Romantic
  • Views
  • Secluded setting
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Designer
  • Colonial
  • Luxury
  • Traditional
  • Hills & mountains
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Artworks
  • Historic
  • Chic
  • Antiques
  • Child friendly
  • 5* Luxury
  • Wellbeing
  • Opulent

Facilities

  • Towelling robes
  • Parking
  • Bar
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Airport transfer
  • Outdoor dining
  • Massage
  • Bicycle hire
  • Not suitable for disabled guests
  • Views
  • Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Wifi
  • Private villas
  • Suites
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Trekking
  • The hotel will organise treks to Kuang Si Falls (a three tiered waterfall) and the Pak Ou Caves (filled with statues of Buddha)
  • Other Activities
  • Check out the spa, where traditional Laotian medicine and folk culture are mixed with Western techniques to great effect
  • Sights nearby
  • Guests must visit Luang Prabang, the mixture of Laotian and French architecture is remarkably beautiful
  • Cooking classes
  • Culinary director Sebastian Rubis, brings guests to the organic farms and markets that supply the hotel
  • Local markets
  • Early risers should head down to the food market that springs up in the lanes around Wat Mai

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