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It seems that it was so late in the season that I may have been the only guest there. Staff were very friendly; most of them spoke little or no English. Location is 'good enough'. Room was fine, shower waas good. Wifi mostly not in...More
Basic, functional hotel. Quite noisy from the street. The room had a safe.
The pillow was badly stained, but the cover clean. The staff did replace the pillows when asked. The shower was good with high pressure and plenty of hot water. The toilet flush...More
When staying in Laos always consider whwre you are and even a modest hotel is good value for money.
I stayed in a large double (206) tv fridge safe etc all fine. 3 towels (1 for each night of my stay ).
The sound carries...More
The clock in reception seems to be permanently stopped at 11 past 7 and there are times when it can appear as if time has stood still here. Service is sleepy, but things get done, and breakfast is an ad hoc affair. That said, the...More
We booked a room on the internet during the Chinese new year period. When we arrived, the person at the desk said that they had "no rooms", and therefore none for us, while the booking was confirmed on the booking.com website. He said that he...More
US$24 - US$39 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Smoking rooms available
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"As is often the way in Laos, there's an inverse law on views and quietness. Also, bring a universal sink..."