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5 Hotels/Guesthouses in Luang Prabang–for all budgets

There are many hotels to choose from in Luang Prabang.  Here are 5  in all price ranges and why they are worth staying at

 

 

Sopha House – quiet and closeSopha House Luang Prabang

http://www.sophahouse.com/

52 Ban Watsene Luangprabang Laos

Doubles start from $15/$20 per night (Low season/ High Season)

Why stay here?  Great Location, Clean rooms, Free Wi-Fi and friendly staff.  They can arrange for airport pick up/ drop off

 

Located very close to the main street, but on a relatively quiet street overlooking the small river feeding into the Mekong.  The big advantage of this location is although it is close to the main street it is not beside any Wats.  This means you will not be woken by the early morning bell ringing.

 

Accommodation is basic but comfortable and clean and while breakfast is not provided there are a number of excellent cafes nearby.

 

 

Souk Lan Xang GuesthouseSouk Lan Xang Guest House

Doubles cost $16 per night

 

Why stay here? Close to centre of town between the 2 rivers, Clean rooms, and Free Wi-Fi .  Monks will walk past on their morning procession returning to their home Wat

 

Souk Lan Xang Guest House is a traditional Lao wooden house.  It was originally built in 1943 and was renovated in 2008 so has a local stylish feel with wooden interiors etc..

 

It can be a little hard to find as it is located in a lane between the main streets.

 

Lotus Villa Boutique HotelLotus Villa Luang Prabang

http://www.lotusvillalaos.com/

Doubles start from $65

Why stay here? Close to town the Lotus Villa has a lovely peaceful atmosphere and a calm inner courtyard.  Modern rooms, soft beds and Free Wi-Fi . Monks will walk past on their morning procession returning to their home Wat.

 

Friendly staff can arrange transfers, tickets and advice.

 

BelleRive boutique hotelBelle Rive Luang Prabang

http://www.thebellerive.com/

Doubles start from $100

Why stay here? In the heart of the historic old town and overlooking the Mekong river.  Classic architecture across 3 well restored and decorated buildings.  Small with only 8 rooms and 5 suites.

 

and if you have money to splurge this is something different

 

Shangri-LaoShangri-Lao copied from web-site

http://www.shangri-lao.com/

A new adventure opening in late 2011 this is a luxury explorer camp based on the early European adventurers in the area.

Why stay here? Something different and luxurious

With luxury tents and organised day expeditions this is located outside Luang Prabang is a secluded setting.  With it’s own restaurant this is a place to make memories.

 

Check out their website for more information and start planning now

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