Where to stay in Vientiane, Laos | Halong Bay Junk Cruises

Where to stay in Vientiane, Laos

Ansara

Vientiane, which is one of the most laid-back capitals in Laos, It  is full of inspiring monuments and crumbling French mansions – and the stylish, leafy and hotels for soaking up the atmosphere. ho chi minh to phnom penh by boat

Mandala

Mandala

Mandala- source: internet

Once owned by a French family, the Mandala is a gorgeous, secluded 1960s home, surrounded by gardens of heliconia and mango trees. Currently, this hotel is divided into two parts: the smart new rooms set back behind the main house while the original rooms in the large white modernist main building. These rooms, which are reached by climbing the lacquered ebony black wooden staircase of the main building to the landing decorated with glass cabinets filled with Chinese ceramics, are the top choices. Mostly monochrome rooms boast modern bathrooms, desks with brass Anglepoise lights and four-poster beds. On one wallpapered wall rippling in silver and green floral motifs is found the splash of color. The teak house restaurant, all glass-topped black tables and white chairs in the garden, offers not only Vietnamese and Thai food but also fusion together with cocktails in the sleek surrounds.

Ansara

Ansara

Ansara- source: internet

In the Ansara – the beautiful retreat tucked down an alley in the downtown Vientiane’s center, rooms are set back at the end of the bamboo and banana – filled garden, and overlook a large new pool. Opt for the larger building with balcony views of the garden and pool. Coming decorated in Laotian silks, the Savvy rooms are complimented by red and indigo cushions; and in-room laptops are available for guests’ use. In the alfresco La Signature Café in the dry season; the cavernous upstairs restaurant room lacks ambience, breakfast is served.

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LV Riverine

LV Riverine

LV Riverine- source: internet

 

LV Riverine is a small yet smart hotel on the old riverfront road facing the new landscaped Mekong River gardens and a Chinese temple. Hidden far back from the road, VIP rooms feature tiled-floor bathrooms perked up by special elephant sculptures-turned towel racks and four-poster beds scattered with lime green cushions under high wooden ceilings. Twin rooms  have a more contemporary edge with mattresses on raised dais. With a fountain and potted frangipani trees, the alfresco breakfast corner is an appealing spot for writing and reading post sightseeing; and those who are seeking for a soothing treatment can have staff arrange trips to an herbal sauna.

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