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4.6/5Outstanding37 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center Luang Prabang|0.98km from downtown
What was supposed to be a nice relaxing stay in the Avani+ Luang Prabang, turned into such a disappointing stay... To say the least! First the cleanliness of the room. It was dirty, so dirty you could feel the dirt underneath your feet and there was someone’s cut-nail on the floor (see picture!). And I checked, it wasn’t mine nor my husband’s! Then the service. It started upon checked in. We specifically asked, the GENERAL MANAGER (who checked us in), if room service is available. We were told that it is and that the menu is on the desk. Later that day, we wanted to order room service. There was no menu on the desk, so I called the front office to get one, and I was told that there was no room service available! The next morning, we had asked for a breakfast take-away. We got it, but they didn’t add cutlery. Though eating fried rice with your hands is doable, it is not the most hygienic thing to do, particularly while on the go, without access to water/soap, and should I mentioned that we are facing a pandemic, so bringing dirty hands to your mouth is maybe not something one wants to do?!?! That same evening, we asked to have a booking for the Governor’s Grill. It is a lovely restaurant from another hotel. All products from that restaurant are sourced locally and most of it is organic. The cuisine is a mixed of classic Western food with a Lao twist. We were told that the other hotel was closed but there is the same restaurant in a different hotel (part of the same chain). We were fine with that. As it turns out, it was COMPLETELY different! None of it was organic (we got frozen fries!), and it was not local (we had imported beef!). NO dishes had a Lao twist on it. And though the food was ok, it was definitely NOT the same restaurant (not the same cuisine, not the same quality). I do not comprehend how was the AVANI+ able to recommend that restaurant claiming it was the same thing when clearly it was not! As for noise isolation, let’s just say it is absolutely non-existent. At 1:48am on our first night, we had the drunken girls banging on the doors and shouting in the wall way. All nights after that, we could hear kids crying, people shouting in hallways, etc… It was like staying in one of those backpackers’ guesthouse in Vang Vieng or on Koh Phangan during a full moon party. Not exactly the experience you are hoping for when booking a so-called “5 star” hotel! Of course I had brought some of these matters to the General Manager, who’s apologized and then kept asking me every 5min “how’s your stay? how’s your stay? how’s your stay?” Instead of asking me how my terrible stay is (which let’s face it, got progressively worse), do something to make it better!
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4.4/5Excellent32 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center Luang Prabang|1.43km from downtown
For our 40th wedding anniversary my wife and I enjoyed an 18 day Asian smorgasbord tour from 28 December 2019 to 14 January 2020 visiting in order Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Laos and Singapore. The Laos component of our holiday was Wendy Wu’s private five day “Laos in Focus” tour incorporating three nights in Luang Prabang and one night in Vientiane. We were so pleased that Wendy Wu chose the Victoria Xiengthong Palace for our 3 night stay in Luang Prabang. What an absolutely charming boutique hotel; one of the very best that we have stayed in, anywhere in our travels. The hotel is set in the old town of Luang Prabang. A charming feature is its small size with only 26 rooms. It is located by the Mekong River and is next-door to the beautiful Wat Xiengthong temple and a short stroll from the famous Night Markets. It was the former residence of Sisavang Vatthana, the last king of Laos and Queen Khamphoui. The hotel has been beautifully restored to preserve its history. What a thrill then for us to have an opportunity to be walking in the footsteps of former Royalty. The hotel grounds are beautifully maintained and the landscaping is impressive. Dotted around the grounds are a number of individual colonial buildings painted in brilliant white with contrasting brown old style wooden shutters. The centrepiece is a most impressive courtyard incorporating a large water pool feature, which on first glance can fool one into thinking it is a swimming pool, which it is not. Luang Prabang has been afforded UNESCO world heritage status and I understand that the conditions imposed do not permit a swimming pool to be added to the hotel. It did not concern us that there was no swimming pool as there were too many attractions for us to see and local culture to experience in Luang Prabang to be needing a swim. We were accommodated in a Palace Double Room which was full of old fashioned charm with lovely teak floors and tasteful wooden furnishings. We were on the 2nd story of our building and we reached our room by a set of wooden stairs. Our room, which was “Chamber 9”, opened up to a large balcony with two large old style chairs, the balcony providing nice breezes and an excellent view of the Mekong River which was wonderful. The hotel is proud to be the first plastic free hotel in Luang Prabang and hence our complimentary water was provided in glass not plastic bottles. We found the bathroom had all the amenities we needed including a separate shower unit and plunge bath. There are some interesting history plates on the walls on the ground floor of our building providing very good history notes on the life and times of the Royal family who resided here, for people like me who take a keen interest in history. We were very impressed with the reception staff and we were made very welcome on our arrival. We found the reception people very helpful with travel advice. The reception employs a desk rather than a counter wher
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4.8/5Outstanding138 Reviews
Luang Prabang|4.42km from downtown
Location is far from the town proper but hotel provided scheduled complimentary shuttles. You can also rent the hotel car for only 8 USD per way to the main part of town. Front Office Team is very helpful and professional. Rooms are located in detached buildings, so a buggy is needed every time, staff are always on standby if you need a ride. The 2 swimming pools are beautiful with a view of the mountains and / or rice paddies. Breakfast needs improvement, limited but tasty selection. This was during low seasons, so maybe cost-cutting, would be better if they just served a la carte breakfast instead. Massage was good, but not excellent, thankfully it was a buy 1 get 1 deal, so not too bad for the price. Room service is good, fair price and good portion. The bar is misreprenentive, theor drinks are nothing like the photos they show, disappointing for the price they are charging , but it was complimentary, so no problem. Overall, the property needs to refine their service standards. It's a beautiful hotel with a relaxing location, spacious rooms, and pleasing surroundings. It has the potential to be great, but I don't think management should sharpen the FnB department, Breakfast and bar need improvement.
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4.4/5Excellent36 Reviews
Luang Prabang|4.07km from downtown
In addition to the distance from the city center, other feelings are still intimate. There is a regular shuttle service to the city center. The hotel can also rent bicycles for free to check in nearby temples or buy some fruits in the nearby market. Check-in and check-out can be communicated in English, and the service is attentive. I did not see the driver who was sent to the airport after check-out. I did not pick up the phone. The hotel reception desk warmly assisted. The driver was contacted by the hotel phone. The call was turned out. Field. The hotel is located on the banks of the Mekong River. The environment is first-rate, quiet and comfortable, and the scenery is everywhere. When you get up at more than 7 am, the sun will have a bad face, wandering in the hotel yard, walking slowly and looking carefully, pleasing to the eye. There is a prince memorial in the courtyard. It is a simple and simple independent building, near the Xiengkeo Restaurant in the courtyard. This is really a Buddhist department. There is no one at the door. There is only a reminder to take off your shoes. You can visit it quietly and quietly. The prince used things during his lifetime. There was no special decoration in the house, and some of the walls were mottled, but the seemingly simple layout, each window has a different scenery. The small building has not been yesterday, and the scenery outside the window is still the same. Sitting on the balcony of the hotel, you can see the view of the Mekong River. It was found that the cows of the hotel also came to the lawn downstairs. The cows were also quiet and leisurely. They ate so much tender grass and grew fat. And in the morning downstairs, the waterlily lotus, which was still beautiful in the morning, went to sleep at more than ten o'clock, and the buds closed, it is estimated that it is also afraid of being tanned! [Laughing]
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4.6/5Outstanding41 Reviews
Luang Prabang|2.32km from downtown
The front desk doesn't speak Chinese, the service is good, the room is average, the location is not good, 2 kilometers away from the night market and the urban area, every time you have to walk for a tutu car, 3 people 2 kilometers driver usually cost 40,000-30,000 Laos, the most Give 20,000, 20,000 are more expensive than China! Breakfast is not many but suitable for Chinese tastes. The swimming pool is small. It is closed after 21 o’clock and is not allowed to swim. The most unbearable and not recommended is that chickens are always called early from 5 am every morning. OK, uncomfortable, want to cry! With the photo of Guangxi Waterfall, it is actually not so beautiful!
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4.5/5Excellent49 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center Luang Prabang|1.11km from downtown
We had a wonderful 6 night stay at this gorgeous Maison. Our Grand Deluxe Heritage room was a good size and included standard amenities such as tea & coffee making facilities , fridge and mini bar. The bathroom appeared newly refurbished and included a large bath which I don’t believe is standard for all rooms. Also a large walk in shower. TV and wifi reception was good. The best feature was the view from the balcony which overlooked the most beautiful ponds and gardens which meandered throughout the property and were just stunning and make the property what it is. The dining areas were totally open with the surrounding ponds and gardens again so beautiful. The breakfast selection was good and we enjoyed a lovely meal one night in the restaurant. The pool wasn’t huge however being a boutique property it was adequate. The pool side lounges were the most comfortable lounges ever - during busy times there would be more demand than supply. The location was great and around a 5-7 minute walk to the main drag. We took advantage of the bikes most days and loved cycling through the gorgeous town and laneways. Luang Prabang is lovely and we spent most of our 6 days walking and cycling at a very slow pace just soaking up the vibe. The staff were all lovely in particular Andrea who I had communicated with before our arrival so lovely to meet her face to face. She was wonderful but sadly in the face of coronavirus I imagine she may have headed back to Europe. Wishing the entire team all the best over the coming months and I hope when things bounce back you come back with a vengeance , bigger and better than ever. Julie & Steve
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4.4/5Excellent17 Reviews
Luang Prabang|0.15km from downtown
The hotel includes breakfast, porridge, steamed buns, fritters, eggs, pickles, and fruit. The taste of hometown is very good. The owner is very enthusiastic and helps to exchange money. It is recommended to contact the car for the trip. It is cheap to charter a car to Vang Vieng. The hotel location is about 10 minutes walk from the night market. In the morning, there is a monk's gate passing by. The hotel room is large and the bed is large. The only drawback is that the Wi-Fi signal is not very good and needs to be improved.
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4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center Luang Prabang|0.57km from downtown
We were there for 2 nights and the reception by staff was friendly with quick check in. The rooms are spacious and cleaned every day. Water coolers around the hotel so no need to carry plastic bottles. The breakfast is a mix of European and Lao, my favourite was yoghurt and honey to start the day with plenty of tropical fruit. The small pond and garden kept very well maintained. The staff spray the rooms with anti mosquito spray in the rooms if they feel it is necessary. Worth getting up early 5:30am partaking in alms rituals. Climb mount Phousi for view city and Mekong River. Walk the morning market and see the local people going about their daily business Our flight had changed whilst there and we needed to print the details and the staff were quickly on hand to get this done, with such lovely smiles. Considering the current situation with Corona virus they were still upbeat. The streets and tourist spots very quiet. Walking distance to Mekong River and plenty of places to eat. Night market is worth a walk from 5pm to 10pm. Overall I found staff to be readily helpful and the rooms comfortable and clean.
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4.6/5Outstanding48 Reviews
Luang Prabang|0.64km from downtown
The hotel is really beautiful. Sure enough, there is no wrong hotel booking. A beautiful and comfortable hotel is too important in the journey! The bed and pillows were soft and stayed for 3 nights. It was almost as comfortable as sleeping at home. We also booked a hotel shuttle. It cost $ 10 per car. It is a Toyota business car. This business car is also a hotel shuttle through the city. By car, there is a car to the urban area every day. There is no inconvenience and it is punctual. The earliest departure is at 17:30, and then we get off at the post office in the urban area. Then we return to the hotel at 17:40 every half hour For the first flight, the last train leaves at 21:30. The last train back is at 21:40 to return to the hotel from the post office. It is convenient and not far away. We spent three days in the urban area (that is, in the area of Yangren Street and Puxi Mountain). The entire city area could be finished by the No. 11 bus, and then we went to the post office and took the hotel car back. The city of Luang Prabang is simply too comfortable. Without the seductive dogs and hustle and bustle of Bangkok, Phuket, and Pattaya, Luang Prabang has a very leisurely and peaceful vision. This city is simply too much. The hotel's breakfast is à la carte, be sure to eat fried rice and rice noodles, so delicious! In order to take pictures of high-value food, I ordered a French breakfast. My husband likes traditional Chinese flavors. He eats fried rice noodles, which is really delicious. The whole hotel is so beautiful, hundreds of photos have been taken, it is very comfortable, full marks! We stayed at the end of November. At this time, the climate in Luang Prabang is very good. It is cool in the morning and evening (must bring a jacket, and it is cooler in the morning and evening). It is warm but not hot at noon, and no sweat is flowing. , I also ordered the hotel's early morning meals, 10 dollars per person including a basket of glutinous rice, I heard the hotel at the wrong time, I thought it started at 5:50, it turned out at 5:15, I always speak 15 and 50 I heard it wrong, I did n’t wake up when the hotel morning call, but everything went well. I ’m a believer in Buddha, so it ’s a good experience.
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4/5Very Good8 Reviews
Luang Prabang|3.98km from downtown
Well its not often you are the only guests in a hotel but we were when we stayed here. The dreaded Covid 19 was in its early days but many guests had already cancelled. The staff were fantastic and did everything to make our 2 nights there very pleasant regardless of the circumstances. Breakfast service was changed to an al la carte selection which was of a very high standard. The actual hotel is out of town but the advantage of that is its quiet. They run a shuttle service into town (10 mins) and whilst we were the only guests it ran at times to suit. Only negative I would raise is the gym is poor. No air con just a fan and the equipment is old. So a little money to be spent there I think. Overall though it was a lovely stay in very difficult times and a big thank you to the hotel staff for trying to normalise things.
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4.8/5138 Reviews
Location is far from the town proper but hotel provided scheduled complimentary shuttles. You can also rent the hotel car for only 8 USD per way to the main part of town. Front Office Team is very helpful and professional. Rooms are located in detached buildings, so a buggy is needed every time, staff are always on standby if you need a ride. The 2 swimming pools are beautiful with a view of the mountains and / or rice paddies. Breakfast needs improvement, limited but tasty selection. This was during low seasons, so maybe cost-cutting, would be better if they just served a la carte breakfast instead. Massage was good, but not excellent, thankfully it was a buy 1 get 1 deal, so not too bad for the price. Room service is good, fair price and good portion. The bar is misreprenentive, theor drinks are nothing like the photos they show, disappointing for the price they are charging , but it was complimentary, so no problem. Overall, the property needs to refine their service standards. It's a beautiful hotel with a relaxing location, spacious rooms, and pleasing surroundings. It has the potential to be great, but I don't think management should sharpen the FnB department, Breakfast and bar need improvement.
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4.5/549 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center
We had a wonderful 6 night stay at this gorgeous Maison. Our Grand Deluxe Heritage room was a good size and included standard amenities such as tea & coffee making facilities , fridge and mini bar. The bathroom appeared newly refurbished and included a large bath which I don’t believe is standard for all rooms. Also a large walk in shower. TV and wifi reception was good. The best feature was the view from the balcony which overlooked the most beautiful ponds and gardens which meandered throughout the property and were just stunning and make the property what it is. The dining areas were totally open with the surrounding ponds and gardens again so beautiful. The breakfast selection was good and we enjoyed a lovely meal one night in the restaurant. The pool wasn’t huge however being a boutique property it was adequate. The pool side lounges were the most comfortable lounges ever - during busy times there would be more demand than supply. The location was great and around a 5-7 minute walk to the main drag. We took advantage of the bikes most days and loved cycling through the gorgeous town and laneways. Luang Prabang is lovely and we spent most of our 6 days walking and cycling at a very slow pace just soaking up the vibe. The staff were all lovely in particular Andrea who I had communicated with before our arrival so lovely to meet her face to face. She was wonderful but sadly in the face of coronavirus I imagine she may have headed back to Europe. Wishing the entire team all the best over the coming months and I hope when things bounce back you come back with a vengeance , bigger and better than ever. Julie & Steve
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4.4/517 Reviews
The hotel includes breakfast, porridge, steamed buns, fritters, eggs, pickles, and fruit. The taste of hometown is very good. The owner is very enthusiastic and helps to exchange money. It is recommended to contact the car for the trip. It is cheap to charter a car to Vang Vieng. The hotel location is about 10 minutes walk from the night market. In the morning, there is a monk's gate passing by. The hotel room is large and the bed is large. The only drawback is that the Wi-Fi signal is not very good and needs to be improved.
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4.6/548 Reviews
The hotel is really beautiful. Sure enough, there is no wrong hotel booking. A beautiful and comfortable hotel is too important in the journey! The bed and pillows were soft and stayed for 3 nights. It was almost as comfortable as sleeping at home. We also booked a hotel shuttle. It cost $ 10 per car. It is a Toyota business car. This business car is also a hotel shuttle through the city. By car, there is a car to the urban area every day. There is no inconvenience and it is punctual. The earliest departure is at 17:30, and then we get off at the post office in the urban area. Then we return to the hotel at 17:40 every half hour For the first flight, the last train leaves at 21:30. The last train back is at 21:40 to return to the hotel from the post office. It is convenient and not far away. We spent three days in the urban area (that is, in the area of Yangren Street and Puxi Mountain). The entire city area could be finished by the No. 11 bus, and then we went to the post office and took the hotel car back. The city of Luang Prabang is simply too comfortable. Without the seductive dogs and hustle and bustle of Bangkok, Phuket, and Pattaya, Luang Prabang has a very leisurely and peaceful vision. This city is simply too much. The hotel's breakfast is à la carte, be sure to eat fried rice and rice noodles, so delicious! In order to take pictures of high-value food, I ordered a French breakfast. My husband likes traditional Chinese flavors. He eats fried rice noodles, which is really delicious. The whole hotel is so beautiful, hundreds of photos have been taken, it is very comfortable, full marks! We stayed at the end of November. At this time, the climate in Luang Prabang is very good. It is cool in the morning and evening (must bring a jacket, and it is cooler in the morning and evening). It is warm but not hot at noon, and no sweat is flowing. , I also ordered the hotel's early morning meals, 10 dollars per person including a basket of glutinous rice, I heard the hotel at the wrong time, I thought it started at 5:50, it turned out at 5:15, I always speak 15 and 50 I heard it wrong, I did n’t wake up when the hotel morning call, but everything went well. I ’m a believer in Buddha, so it ’s a good experience.
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4.6/537 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center
What was supposed to be a nice relaxing stay in the Avani+ Luang Prabang, turned into such a disappointing stay... To say the least! First the cleanliness of the room. It was dirty, so dirty you could feel the dirt underneath your feet and there was someone’s cut-nail on the floor (see picture!). And I checked, it wasn’t mine nor my husband’s! Then the service. It started upon checked in. We specifically asked, the GENERAL MANAGER (who checked us in), if room service is available. We were told that it is and that the menu is on the desk. Later that day, we wanted to order room service. There was no menu on the desk, so I called the front office to get one, and I was told that there was no room service available! The next morning, we had asked for a breakfast take-away. We got it, but they didn’t add cutlery. Though eating fried rice with your hands is doable, it is not the most hygienic thing to do, particularly while on the go, without access to water/soap, and should I mentioned that we are facing a pandemic, so bringing dirty hands to your mouth is maybe not something one wants to do?!?! That same evening, we asked to have a booking for the Governor’s Grill. It is a lovely restaurant from another hotel. All products from that restaurant are sourced locally and most of it is organic. The cuisine is a mixed of classic Western food with a Lao twist. We were told that the other hotel was closed but there is the same restaurant in a different hotel (part of the same chain). We were fine with that. As it turns out, it was COMPLETELY different! None of it was organic (we got frozen fries!), and it was not local (we had imported beef!). NO dishes had a Lao twist on it. And though the food was ok, it was definitely NOT the same restaurant (not the same cuisine, not the same quality). I do not comprehend how was the AVANI+ able to recommend that restaurant claiming it was the same thing when clearly it was not! As for noise isolation, let’s just say it is absolutely non-existent. At 1:48am on our first night, we had the drunken girls banging on the doors and shouting in the wall way. All nights after that, we could hear kids crying, people shouting in hallways, etc… It was like staying in one of those backpackers’ guesthouse in Vang Vieng or on Koh Phangan during a full moon party. Not exactly the experience you are hoping for when booking a so-called “5 star” hotel! Of course I had brought some of these matters to the General Manager, who’s apologized and then kept asking me every 5min “how’s your stay? how’s your stay? how’s your stay?” Instead of asking me how my terrible stay is (which let’s face it, got progressively worse), do something to make it better!
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4.4/532 Reviews
Luang Prabang City Center
For our 40th wedding anniversary my wife and I enjoyed an 18 day Asian smorgasbord tour from 28 December 2019 to 14 January 2020 visiting in order Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Laos and Singapore. The Laos component of our holiday was Wendy Wu’s private five day “Laos in Focus” tour incorporating three nights in Luang Prabang and one night in Vientiane. We were so pleased that Wendy Wu chose the Victoria Xiengthong Palace for our 3 night stay in Luang Prabang. What an absolutely charming boutique hotel; one of the very best that we have stayed in, anywhere in our travels. The hotel is set in the old town of Luang Prabang. A charming feature is its small size with only 26 rooms. It is located by the Mekong River and is next-door to the beautiful Wat Xiengthong temple and a short stroll from the famous Night Markets. It was the former residence of Sisavang Vatthana, the last king of Laos and Queen Khamphoui. The hotel has been beautifully restored to preserve its history. What a thrill then for us to have an opportunity to be walking in the footsteps of former Royalty. The hotel grounds are beautifully maintained and the landscaping is impressive. Dotted around the grounds are a number of individual colonial buildings painted in brilliant white with contrasting brown old style wooden shutters. The centrepiece is a most impressive courtyard incorporating a large water pool feature, which on first glance can fool one into thinking it is a swimming pool, which it is not. Luang Prabang has been afforded UNESCO world heritage status and I understand that the conditions imposed do not permit a swimming pool to be added to the hotel. It did not concern us that there was no swimming pool as there were too many attractions for us to see and local culture to experience in Luang Prabang to be needing a swim. We were accommodated in a Palace Double Room which was full of old fashioned charm with lovely teak floors and tasteful wooden furnishings. We were on the 2nd story of our building and we reached our room by a set of wooden stairs. Our room, which was “Chamber 9”, opened up to a large balcony with two large old style chairs, the balcony providing nice breezes and an excellent view of the Mekong River which was wonderful. The hotel is proud to be the first plastic free hotel in Luang Prabang and hence our complimentary water was provided in glass not plastic bottles. We found the bathroom had all the amenities we needed including a separate shower unit and plunge bath. There are some interesting history plates on the walls on the ground floor of our building providing very good history notes on the life and times of the Royal family who resided here, for people like me who take a keen interest in history. We were very impressed with the reception staff and we were made very welcome on our arrival. We found the reception people very helpful with travel advice. The reception employs a desk rather than a counter wher
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