Hotels in Luang Prabang, Laos | Accommodation in Luang Prabang, Laos

Affordable, Quality Boutique Hotel In Luang Prabang – Luxurious Contemporary Accommodation On The Banks Of The Beautiful Nam Khan River

Please choose a hotel: They’re situated opposite each other on the banks of the Nam Khan River in Luang Prabang, Laos

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Apsara Hotel | Luang Prabang, Laos

The Apsara and the Apsara Rive Droite Hotels in Luang Prabang are situated either side of the banks of the Nam Khan River. The Apsara is one of the original and still one of most beautiful boutique hotels in the centre of Luang Prabang, while the Apsara Rive Droite, is a luxurious refuge with tropical gardens and a refreshing pool on the opposite side of the river. Both hotels have everything you could want for a truly comfortable stay; fabulous food, friendly service, the finest bed linen and pillows and a sense of the magic of Luang Prabang.

To pick the one that's right for you please click on the appropriate picture above.

Please note that the Apsara Rive Droite pool is for the exclusive use of the Rive Droite guests only.

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There's always something to do and see, from the monks seeking alms at dawn, to bargaining at the open air Hmong markets, to watching women embroidering and weaving, or just to wander slowly along the side streets and through the temples.

The Lao are great party people and there's always a 'do' going on somewhere in town to which people will generously invite you. The Lao are perhaps the nicest mannered people in the world.

For travellers from the west it's like stepping back into another age where children can play out in the street, people are always ready for a chat and even the traffic moves slowly. [You'll find time moves in a different way here to the rest of the world.]

The best way to see the town is either on foot or by bicycle. To see the countryside you can rent a boat and travel the Mekong or go by tuk-tuk to some of the remoter villages. These are real villages, not just some people sitting around in national costume waiting for tourists to turn up.