Welcome to Vientiane Backpackers Hostel
We are close to the busy main street to to visit Night market, Restaurant. ATM, Bar, Pool hall, Temple, Tourist attractions but far enough away to bo quiet for a good nights sleep.
BRAND NEW dormitory rooms are now open. We have 16-bed ' Anaconda' and 12-bed'Monkey options. Both of these rooms are clean, affordable, and air-conditioned from 8 Pm until 10 Am. The rooms offer all the amenities needed including a private power outlet and reading lamp, and large individual lockers with a complimentary lock for security. Bathrooms are shared and include a hot shower.
Double room and twin room: Quiet room with window, 1 double bed, Daily housekeeping, Baggage storage, Extra bed available, 24-hour room service,Cable TV channels,Air Conditioning, Mosquito Net, Minibar, High-speed Internet access.
We have: FREE Wifi, FREE Tea and Coffee all day, FREE tourist information, FREE Breakfast, FREE luggage storage,
We also offer: Laundry service, Towel for rent, Travelbooking service,
All our friendly staff at the Vientiane Backpackers Hostel are helpful and will do everything they can to make your stay here as happy as possible
There is a small closet for your personal belongings, but you need to bring your lock.
If you want to cancel your booking, let us know 48 hours before you were supposed to arrive by email or phone.
If you arrive after 7pm please inform us a minimum of one day prior to your arrival.Your bed will be given away without notification
Special opening offer: because we just opened, we have a special offer for our guests planning to go to Hanoi, Vietnam. You get one night free in our hostel in Hanoi!
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