See why so many travellers make Sala Done Khone Hotel their small hotel of choice when visiting Don Khone. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Sala Done Khone Hotel offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service, express check-in and check-out, and a coffee shop are some of the conveniences offered at this small hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Sala Done Khone Hotel, parking is available.
While in Don Khone, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Sala Done Khone Hotel, including Chez Fred et Lea (0.0 mi), The Garden Restaurant (0.1 mi), and Fleur du Mekong Restaurant (0.4 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Don Khone, check out Tad Somphamit Waterfalls (1.1 mi), which is a short walk from Sala Done Khone Hotel.
At Sala Done Khone Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Don Khone.
Together with 25 other Anglo-Thai Society members, my wife and myself spent last night at the Sala Done Khone Hotel. We were allocated one of the Garden Villa-style rooms which was spacious with a large bed and nice shutters fitted with mesh - important as there are a few mosquitos around (pleased to see that a coil was lit up on our balcony. The bathroom was fine as was the shower for which there was no shortage of hot water. On the F & B front, both Breakfast (which the Manager kindly agreed for us to have at 0630 hours rather than wait until the usual 0700 hours start) and the Group Dinner were at the a Restaurant overlooking the Mekong River. The quality of food and service for both meals was very good. All in all - and despite the early morning call from the resident cockerel - we much enjoyed our stay and would gladly recommend the property to others.…
Upon much anticipated arrival we were faced with the fact that one of our two rooms booked was not registered, meaning one part of our group had to sleep off the property for one night. The other room in the French Colonial Building was all but inviting and after insisting were we able to move to room 7 which had a terrace to the back garden and provided for some much appreciated light. Room itself has a good size, one must not mind all the spider webs and Gekos on the walls. An early waking up is ensured 😨 by the Roosters and Chicken which abundantly possess the gardens from all sides. Food and service in the restaurant is so-so, at breakfast overcrowded with very limited choice if you still can find something... pool off the property in poor location with view blocked by the floating bungalows below. There would actually be a quite nice Hotel with a good restaurant just beyond the French Bridge (see last photo) of which we were not aware off at time of booking.…
Everything is just perfect, the two managers are absolutely great, professional, friendly, insightful and helpful. The room we had was really nice and spacious, a heritage suite, with nice views on the garden and the river further. Good breakfast and dinner and the best spot for sunset!
So i start with my review with mixed feelings...first i start with saying that i miss my sour pickles in belgium a lot but i think that on don khone the tourists staff and locals ate to mutch of them.. i think that the tourisme over here comes from big resorts in thailand and come one week to done khone to visit laos🙄 standards in laos are not the same in thailand! If you visit don det you have the same problem ...no lao smile, wannebe hippies and the rude partypeople that just party and try to be tough)...so i think the floating studio is a silent peacefull place to be...we loved are balcony and amazing view...we know that not everything is perfect but at home my furniture is not perfect either...i think the price is overpriced (we payed 70 but better is 50 dollars or use the 20 dollars to have nice decoration) because of that (but hey i can survive bad furniture)...the most annoying is that most of the staff dont smile... but i wouldnt smile eather if i would work 15 houres a day ...the same people in the morning afternoon and evening...and i suppose there are underpayed...the managers smile thats something right? And they undestand everything we say (unfortenately for them sometimes)...breakfast was ok but not more than that but i loved the melonjuice!...again without a smile... we had dinner one night (gin tonics are good served...so if you want to have value for your money😉) but it was even not enough for a child.. we took chicken bbq (4 brochette)but i think they meant 4 little mini peaces of chicken with 5 belgium fries... (fyi my weight is 53 kilo so it s not that i m a foodmonster).. they said it was with salad but it was for them the 5 tomatos and 5 onions on the brochette(my husband cried almost)...but the taste was ok...overall we had a nice stay because wa made it good in our little floating studio (take this hippies😉)...it was ok but overpriced is my conclusion (and the smiles is a work of both sides )…
This hotel is a gem on the island. If you need pristine luxury, this is not the island for you. However, if you want a scenic adventure with good location, adequate accommodations, good food and EXCELLENT support staff, this hotel is a fine choice. The lodging has all that you need but has a feel of the past. Good mosquito netting and air conditioning. Lovely French heritage building. Beautiful nature. Enchanting sunset. Fantastic waterfall. Good WIFI. The management staff answered email in English promptly and completely and the level of spoken English was high.