Five minutes from the Mekong River in the heart of Luang Prabang's World Heritage site, the 120-year-old residence of Princess Manilai is decorated in simple...more
This property has it all: Location, history, and style. A five-minute stroll south of the old town, the former compound of Prince Souvannaphouma now holds a...more
After watching the sun set over Mount Phousi from the plush daybeds on your private verandah, you may never want to go inside. Reflecting ponds, lush gardens,...more
One of the country's newest and largest hotels, the Lao Plaza offers 142 rooms, including executive and presidential suites. If you've been backpacking in the...more
There are quiet, out-of-the-way resorts—and then there is Kamu, a remote lodge located nearly 30 miles up the Mekong River from Luang Prabang. It's as...more
This splendid wedding-cake hotel, the largest in Pakse, is the former residence of Prince Boun Oum na Champasak, heir to the Champasak Kingdom. (Legend has it...more
A clever conversion of Luang Prabang's old provincial hospital has created the most luxurious property in the country. A sweeping driveway brings guests to a...more
The city's former prison is now a pleasurable place to be locked up. Transformed into 23 smartly designed suites, this hotel has a central pillared courtyard...more
The restored 1957 Mercedes sedan that picks you up at the airport only hints at the colonial grandeur awaiting you at 3 Nagas. Expect four-poster beds draped in...more
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