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We spent two nights at the Apsara which is nicely situated on the river and within easy walking distance of many of the sites in Luang Prabang. Our room was on the first floor, facing the river with french windows out onto a narrow balcony....More
We had a standard room (no. 10) overlooking the river. Stepping out through the French doors, we had a view of the Nam Khan River in front of us and the Tamarind Restaurant next door (the noise wasn't too bad). Charming decor and a large,...More
Stylish hotel with lovely large light and airy rooms, decorated nicely in keeping with the old French colonial style of this riverside building. Great location for strolling round the old town and visiting the nearby wats. Good bathroom with huge bath (with occasional but thankfully...More
we were a party of 10 this year and Luke their newish chef put together an amazing menu for us - buffalo cheeks, aubergine salad and many more were all stand outs. Everyone loved the meal. Great service and excellent food. Thanks to Luke, Catherine...More
Stayed for 3 nights in an upstairs river view room with a balcony in a quiet street overlooking the Nam Khan river.The hotel is slightly quirky but all the more interesting for it, huge comfy bed and tasteful furnishings - I wanted to take the...More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers... More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers, but we did not find that to be true in Laos or Cambodia.
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"We loved our upstairs corner room in "front."
Not sure about dry cleaning, but we had excellent..."