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Laos remained shut off from the
outside world and was largely unknown to western travelers until
the 1990s. More visitors have come to discover that this country
Laos remained shut off from the outside world and was largely unknown to western travelers until the 1990s. More visitors have come to discover that this country offers some of the Southeast Asias most enchanting natural landscapes and a fascinating diversity of cultures. Even though the country is still underdeveloped than neighboring Thailand, its accommodation options have expanded a lot in the recent years.
Here are some of the best places to stay
1.Settha Palace Hotel, Vientiane
Vientiane is a quaint and easy going place which is set on the curve of the Mekong. The city has evolved remarkably quickly in the two decades since Laos became accessible to foreign visitors. The Settha Palace Hotel is a 1932 building close to the center of Vientiane. This hotel is an antique of the colonial-era which is filled with French period furniture. It has 29 rooms and all they have mod cons, mini bar and safe and outside there are a beautifully landscaped garden and a magnificent pool.
2.Ban Pako (Lao Pako) Eco Lodge
This lodge is in the northeast of the capital Vientiane and youll reach Ban Pako. The rustic Ban Pako Ecolodge is located on a curve in the Nam Nam river. This lodge was opened in 1993; they say that they are the first eco-lodge in the country. There are only 22 rooms for the guests. There is a slew of outdoor activities such as tubing, swimming, bird watching and hiking to nearby villages other than lounging in your detached river view bungalow or in the open air restaurant overlooking the river.
3.Luanq say Residence, Luang Prabang
UNESCO listed, Luang Prabang is northern Laos tourist draw for a good reason and is intersected by the mighty Mekong Khan Rivers and is surrounded by lofty mountains. This elegant luxury hotel is set in amazing colonial style villas with palm and banana-leaf gardens. This hotel has huge, light suites with columns and big bay windows that are irresistibly decadent and highlights include top class French cuisine at the Belle-Epoque restaurants and afternoon tea in the Henri Mouhot-dedicated 1861 bar.
4.Muang La Resort, Muang La
This resort us set in the tropical gardens in an incomparable position by the Nam Phak River in Muang La is one of the most luxurious places to stay in northern Laos. The huge suites in half-timbered villas, are well furnished and features acres of polished wood. Most of the visitors stay either two or three nights package which includes a well thought out activities and trips.
5.The River Resort near Champasak
Champasak is a small town that is a popular base for touring the atmospheric ruins of Wat Phou, is one of the most important Khmer temples outside Cambodia. This resort has a twenty lao-Japanese style rooms, with outdoor showers and fan-cooled terraces, with an incredibly serene stretch of the Mekongs western edge, and are separated by a huge garden of banana plants, organic rice paddies, and majestically tall trees. They also have its own spa and a panoramic restaurant overseen by a Thai chef.