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We have a range of budget places to stay in Vientiane from as low as £3 per night
Based on previous Vientiane accommodation searches, the average starting price is £42
Want to splurge? At the top end in Vientiane, we have 6 places to stay with prices starting at £76
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Vientiane is £42 per night.
Thadokkham VillageOutstanding 98%
Chao Anou Road,Ban Haisok Chanthanboury District,Great 84%
Chao Anou Rd, 112 Wat Chan Village Chanthabouly DistrictExcellent 90%
056 Sihome Road Sihome Village VientianeGreat 82%
e.beltran This is a humble but clean hotel located in the heart of Vientiane. The only problem I got was a small roach and some ants one night (granted I dropped some bread pieces on the floor). The breakfast is humble (bring your own coffee if you do not consume instant coffee). Overall you can't beat what you get for the price.
12 Khouvieng RoadExcellent 90%
Francois Ngin Rod,Ban MixayGreat 80%
KM 3, Thadeua Road Ban Beungkhayong-TaiGreat 80%
028 Sihome RoadGreat 80%
Namphu Ban Xieng Ngneung Chantabury DistrictGreat 80%
Chao Anou paths Chanthaboury District Vientiane,LaosGood 72%
fergus1970 Service was outstandingly welcoming and helpful, and is only marked down as one of the rooms booked (a double) was given away before our arrival, and replaced with a twin room. It was extremely nice to be greeted with a complimentary fruit drink/shake and fruit upon arrival. Nothing was too much trouble, and we would stay again. Unsure why, but both rooms we stayed in on the second floor had many mosquitoes, which seemed to enter the room throughout the night. Take both spray and an electrified mosquito-killing tennis racket. You know the type. Would stay again.
No. 13 Norkeokoummarn Road Ban MixayVery Good 75%
06 Ban Piawat, Rue Fa Ngum Sisattanak DistrictGood 70%
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