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I stayed here for three nights. I booked through Agoda via Tripadvisor. (I usually book through a hotel's website, but the price was much better through Agoda for the dates I wanted.) We enjoyed out stay tremendously. The hotel is near (within a couple of...More
This hotel was actually an oasis for me a couple of weeks ago when I stayed. I had been staying in a house in the Naxay district of Vientiane, provided by my employer while I completed a contract in the city. Towards the end of...More
Centrally located with lots of top rated restaurants in walking distance and 10-15 min tuk tuk ride to city's main tourist sites. This is a great colonial style hotel, very clean, spacious rooms, good service, breakfast up to par to 4* rating. We stayed in...More
We are a family of four and stayed in this hotel for four nights - the room was spacious, staff were extremely friendly and the location was excellent - everything was walking distance. It could improve its internet connection and staff at the tour desk...More
Decided to book 3 nights with my wife in a suite in Dhvara Boutique Hotel but it was far from our expectations.
We had to send 3 emails to get a confirmation of a free airporttransfer, but when we arrived to Vientiane there was no...More
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are... More
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are probably in a colonial style - wooden floors - highish ceilings - old fashioned bathroom fittings - minimalist decoration - but the building is surrounded by modern buildings - the Ansara which is close by is probably slightly more colonial - we ate at their signature restaurant - the main building is in a "colonial" style with a modern extension around the swimming pool at the rear - the area that both hotels are located in - may have once been the colonial heart of the city close to the Mekong - but Laos is not a rich country and the days of the French are long gone - the area has now been taken over by the night market and a range of eating opportunities both on and off street as well as hotels and hostels - it is very safe - but perhaps not as attractive as it was once - enjoy