x The average starting price for a place to stay in Luang Prabang is £29 per night.
Noradeth Road Ban ThuatluangExcellent 90%
Ban Thad Luang, Luang prabangAwesome 89%
No.20, Phousi road (Kingkitsarath road) Ban AphayAwesome 87%
Ban Thong ChaleurnAwesome 85%
Ban Thadluang, Luang prabang, LaosAwesome 85%
David_j_walker Excellent guest house, extremely clean room and large comfortable bed with crisp white cotton sheets. A perfect riposte to the 2 day slow boat trip with wonderful hot water shower. Very helpfully staff and only 5 minutes walk to the main streets of Luangprabang. Would thoroughly recommend.
Visun VillageGreat 83%
jgaweed Merry Guest House No. 1 is probably the best guesthouse I have ever stayed at. Sam and his wife were so, so good and always delivered 100% to any questions any guest had. Breakfast was scrumptious every morning and it was washed down with a big glass of Lao coffee. And this was all free along with the great service and the company of 3 adorable, well-behaved little dogs! Location is good with the city being only 10mins walk away. There is also a great bar around the corner, Hive bar, which is a must do if in Luang Prabang. The rooms were very cozy and the attention to detail made it feel like our home away from home. Free WiFi also and great advice from Sam. Sam himself knows English as well as German as well as Lao, his native tongue. If you choose to stay here, do have a chat with him as he is quite learned and knowledgable. He also runs a charity for poor Lao kids in the north, the Monarisa foundation. Staying here was a truly humbling experience. Would recommend it to all and we would definitely stay here again if in Luang Prabang.
Wat That street. Ban Wat That. Luang prabang. LaosVery Good 79%
Phouthisalath Road Ban That LuangVery Good 76%
meberty I read the reviews for this hostel before booking. Yes, they are true. The lady at the reception is very very helpful. We reached Luang Prabang very late in the night (11:30pm). But managed to get a Tuk-Tuk to this place (thankfully, it is popular and so the tuk-tuk driver knew the hostel!). The lady arranged a shared trip to KwangSi falls, which was really good! The next day, she also arranged a motorbike for us to go to Tad Sae and gave the directions as well. Altogether, I definitely recommend staying in this hostel. Travelogue: http://travelograph.com/2012/11/kuang-si-falls-in-luang-prabang-laos/
Manolom Ban ManoGood 74%
Sisouphan Road No.047 near the Dara Market Town CenterGood 74%
Noradeth Road Ban ThatluangGood 72%
garygwilliam The first thing I want to say is that the web page and the actual rooms is a little misleading. Whereas the pictures depict rooms that are large, which they are, many of them are very dark and afford little in the way of scenery from the windows at all since construction has progresed since and views of the Mekon are no longer there. The rooms have good a/c, but found it a little weird to have windows with no glass, and only shutters that barely closed. (The bed was large, comfortable, with large pillows). Not this this was a problem for keeping the room cool, but it sure didn't do anything to keep the outside noises, or the mosquito's out, even though mesh curtains and bed mosquito net is provided out. TYhe noise, although nothing major, just some construction noises in the a.m, and Beer trucks emptying their loads into a storage area right behind the guesthouse. The staff were very accommodating, and were helpful in everything I asked of them be it Laundry, directions to get around, points of interest and so on. As a single traveller, I found my room (#4) to be very adequate. Rooms were made up quickly when I left, but they were not so quick to empty out the trash or provide toiletries when needed, but asked for. The location is ideal for someone not wanting to be "In the middle of everything". A short walk can get you to restaurants and Bars, but it was a good 30 minutes into the center of town.
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