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“Fabulous Hotel and Fabulous Staff” 5 of 5 bubbles
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Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel
Ranked #4 of 70 Hotels in Luang Prabang
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“Fabulous Hotel and Fabulous Staff”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 March 2013

My wife and 2 kids stayed at the Hotel de la Paix over the Tet holiday in February. Our room was very spacious and included a private plunge pool in the garden. The bed and bedding was marvelous and the room was tastefully decorated. Other thoughtful amenities included the hotel providing a free mini bar (restocked daily), a DVD player, and free breakfast every morning. The staff (cleaning, concierge, kitchen, wait staff) were very very polite, kind, and always looked to please. The manager Kevin checked in on us every day during breakfast to helped out with local dining/sight-seeing recommendations, and helped us extend our stay at the hotel.

The hotel/staff were kid-friendly but the hotel doesn't have a kids club, etc (nor should it, as it's a wonderful, boutique, and modern hotel). We were looking for a great hotel with very nice staff and a nice pool where we could just hang out and relax...we found it....thanks to all at the Hotel de la Paix for a great stay...hope to see you again!

  • Stayed February 2013, travelled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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ManagerHotel1, Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 11 March 2015
Dear Michaelfso,

Thank you very much for your comment.
We are glad to see that you spent a good stay with us.

The hotel offers the possibility to parents to baby-sit so they can enjoy nice tours or other excursions.

We hope to see you again in Laos,

Pablo Barruti
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 March 2013

My spouse and I stayed at the Hotel de la Paix Luang Prabang for four nights in late February 2012. (We had stayed at their sister property of the same name in Siem Reap, Cambodia in 2009, which was recently bought by Park Hyatt.) The property was once a French prison back in French Colonial days, but it is thoroughly chic and modern today. When we reserved our room (online) for the full 4-night stay, all the less-expensive Garden Suites were booked, as well as the Heritage Suites and the Governor's Suite, so we were "forced" to book a Pool Suite (number 3). Sometimes this room goes for as little as $317 per night, although we visited in the high season and paid almost $500 per night, not including taxes. Two weeks prior to our arrival, our credit card was debited for a deposit equal to one night's stay (plus taxes). Although the hotel seemed fully booked when we initially made our reservation online (approximately 6 weeks prior), when we checked again shortly before our arrival to see whether rates and availability had changed, we found that some of the Garden Suites had opened and now had availability. Because we had eagerly anticipated having our own private pool (plus the deposit we already remitted), we kept our initial room choice. Hotel rates include complimentary airport transfers, breakfast, daily minibar, and Wi-Fi. The de la Paix also offers a Katoke Cooking Class, Spa Indochine, and art gallery.

An a la carte (not buffet) breakfast is held outdoors on either the porch or the patio of the library/lounge and includes coffee and juice (we paid about $6 total extra for two soft drinks instead). We ate breakfast at the hotel on two of our four mornings there; one breakfast service was painfully slow, but the other was not. Breakfast is served from 6:30 am to 10:30 am. The pastry basket is delicious, and we also enjoyed the two Lao breakfast entrees (one sort of crepe/summer roll and the other a sort of pho/soup). Happy hour runs from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, with drinks offered for 30% off and accompanied by complimentary canapes.

The hotel is located approximately a 15-minute walk to town, but it is an easy and safe walk on populated streets. We walked to town every afternoon, but took a tuk-tuk ride back in the evenings (approximately $4). Be sure to have lots of small bills - both US dollars and Lao Kip, because drivers (and merchants) often do not have change for larger bills, and items (and rides) just do not cost that much. It would be difficult to get a tuk-tuk to take you FROM the hotel TO town; because of the way the hotel is positioned, we did not see any tuk-tuks driving by looking for fares. (Perhaps the hotel can call for a tuk-tuk to pick you up, though.) The Luang Prabang sister hotel of the de la Paix, called 3 Nagas, is a 20-minute walk, but the de la Paix provides free transportation is you plan to dine there.

Rooms have flat screen TVs (ours was wall-mounted on a movable/adjustable bracket), small iPods and docking stations (we were able to plug our own iPod into their docking station), and complimentary Wi-Fi. The rooms do not have clocks, however; perhaps you are intended to use the iPod, which may be intimidating to less tech-savvy guests. Beds feature nice linens, and there were plenty of fluffy towels in the bathroom area. Two types of robes (silk and terry cloth) were provided (and two robes of each kind), as well as better-than-average slippers. We were a little skeptical about how we would like the indoor/outdoor bathroom format, but we found that we liked it just fine. The toilet (water) closet is actually completely enclosed in a room inside the room, and the sink/vanity area is completely indoors as well. (So you need not be concerned with rising in the darkness of night, needing to use the toilet and wash your hands, and having to do so with a semi-outdoor bathroom - that is just not the case! I have an insect phobia, yet I loved the rooms at the de la Paix!) There is a wet bar/mini-fridge area (with coffee maker), and large wardrobe/closet. The mini-bar is replenished daily, and contains 2 beers, 2 canned iced teas, 4 sodas (Coke and Sprite, but no Diet or “Light” soda, even though we requested it), 2 club sodas, 2 tonic waters, and 2 candy bars (Snickers and Kit Cat). Bottled water is provided daily (2 bottles on the wet bar, and 2 bottles in the bedroom area when they do the evening turndown.) The huge walk-in shower for two (with two different types of shower heads) and the separate soaking tub were in an area that was a step down from the sink/vanity area and separated by glass doors. There are wooden doors on one end of the shower and tub that can be opened and folded back to expose the end of the bathroom area to the outdoors (the entire property is surrounded by a 10+-foot-high wall, so no one can see in). An electronic safe, umbrellas, flashlight, and scale are provided. Smoking is permitted outdoors, although we did not expressly see it forbidden indoors. The main pool is lovely, but we really enjoyed having our own private pool and teak lounge chairs, complete with cushions and pool towels (well, we had pool towels with the exception of one day). Our pool could be lighted at night, and had its own filter system, so it seemed spotlessly clean. The back porch/patio held a small table and two chairs and a daybed, and there were two additional chairs and a small end table on the front porch. We had a little trouble with our air-conditioning system during our first night there; it seemed to be working when we went to bed, but was not when we woke up the next morning. The engineer came to take a look, and soon it was cool again. We think that perhaps the staff member doing the nightly turndown adjusted the setting, and we did not notice that the temperature had slowly risen until we had slept for a few hours.

The hotel provides a complete turndown every evening while you are at dinner, including trash removal, towel replacement, appropriate lighting, slipper placement, and water and sweet treats. Maid service was fairly good, although one day we returned to our room at approximately 2:00 pm, and it had not yet been cleaned. We mentioned it to the front desk, and someone quickly showed up for service. We are not sure why they missed us that day, though - we were up and out of our room by 9:00 am, so it was not as if we had the "do not disturb" symbol hanging on our doorknob. (We loved the do not disturb "sign" - we considered buying one at the Night Market to take home with us.)

We would choose the Hotel de la Paix again if we were to visit Luang Prabang a second time, although we would probably content ourselves with just a Garden Suite instead of splurging on a Pool Suite; the hotel pool is very beautiful, and the hotel is small enough that you would not feel crowded using it.

Stayed February 2013, travelled as a couple
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ManagerHotel1, Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 11 March 2015
Dear fluffnfold,

Thank you very much for you review.

We are glad to see that you appreciated you stay with us.

The story of the hotel is very unique. It has been built in 1900s as the French Governor Mansion. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We hope to see you again,
Pablo Barruti
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 March 2013

Let's start with the nice things and get this off on a positive note....Arriving after dark with the huge central gardens gently illuminated was a pleasant experience and made you feel very comfortable. Eating breakfast in the garden was fabulous particularly the Lao specialities. Service from the hotel staff was also really nice, relaxed, attentive but not intrusive. The driver from their sister hotel in town was a great chauffer (as long as you spoke Chinese which we do) and the dinners at the sister hotel were also great and a great location.

Now the main thing that was a bit less impressive. We stayed in one of the two largest rooms, and they are big with a shower really big enough to swing a cat in. But they were so dark with no windows onto the front courtyard and small windows on the back that were of little use. If you're a fan of bright airy rooms this is not the place for you. The reasons for this strange architecture became clear after a couple days...why is there a high wall round the place? what are those things in the corner that look out towers? Well they were look out towers and it turns out this was Luang Prabang prison some years ago and before that the billet for the French troops.

It's a bit out of town so the hotel car service is useful but when we arrived at the airport with the car service booked for some reason he'd gone back to the hotel without us. We were told that someone at the airport told him we'd already taken a taxi into town which seemed a bit of a weird excuse. Anyway they gave us a complementary transfer back to the airport in the vintage Citroen which was a nice touch till there was a loud bang from the rear of the car and we ground to a halt and the new Honda had to make the rest of the trip.

Oh and check if there are any weddings planned at the place next door when you are staying...and if there are get a room away from that side. Deafeningly loud bad Lao pop singing is nothing to doze off to.

The town is a really nice place to relax and if I went back I'd definitely stay in the town, there looked to be lots of nice small guest houses.

  • Stayed February 2013, travelled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Sleep Quality
    • 1 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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ManagerHotel1, Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 11 March 2015
Dear foreverbrightchina,

Thank you for your review.

We are happy to see that the garden and the traditional Lao breakfast suited you.

Concerning the light. The hotel is UNESCO protected so unfortunately we cannot make bigger windows. But we are happy to announce you that the hotel will be renovated this year and we will work on lights.

There is some celebrations either official or private all around Laos. We cannot really interfere as the law authorizes noise till midnight. But in case a guest is disturbed by those celebrations, we offer another room. It is very easy as we have two buildings.

We hope to see you again in Luang Prabang,

Best regards,

Pablo Barruti

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 March 2013

The Hotel de la Paix as the name suggests is a former prison on the outskirts of Luang Prabang. With its high walls and watch towers this is obvious as you approach the hotel. However the layout of the former prison lends itself well to a luxury, boutique hotel. With the bedrooms running around a large courtyard, the hotel is very quiet and a good retreat from the hustle and bustle of Luang Prabang. In the courtyard there are sunken gardens, the swimming pool and sun loungers.

The hotel has clearly been designed by a man with its focus on black, white and grey. This even extends to the hotel swimming pool which has black tiles, which is unusual for hotel swimming pools. It does mean that seeing into the pool and the bottom is not as easy as with other colours, however a word of warning, when my children in their googles explored the bottom of the pool it did not appear to be very clean.

My party consisted of my wife and I and our two teenage children.We stayed in two adjacent rooms - they do not have interconnecting rooms. The rooms are a good size with high ceilings. As others have remarked the rooms are not bright and airy, so lights are generally required on at most times. The rooms are very stylishly presented - again the hand of a male designer is evident as the rooms have been designed for appearance rather than necessarily practicality - minimalist with again a focus on a black and grey palette. The floors are dark stone.

The beds were extremely comfortable - indeed my wife suggested that she would like to take the bed home. All the beds had mosquito nets, which were closed every night, though there was a bit of a challenge to get them completely closed with no gaps. We didn't have a problem in the bedroom with mosquito bites, however they are clearly about (as you would expect) as we found out in the night market.

The bathrooms are cleverly designed to be part of the rooms but also outside.There are separate lockable doors to where the separate bath and showers can be found, with no wall separating the bathing area from the private garden. The showers have both rain shower and conventional heads.

Free wifi is available throughout the hotel.

Breakfast is served in the courtyard. There is no buffet, so for those who like to fill up on a large hotel breakfast to start the day this may not be the ideal hotel particularly as the food is served with style rather than quantity. Fortunately the weather was dry for our stay as it is not obvious where breakfast could be served if it is raining.

The hotel is allegedly a fifteen minute walk from the main street in Luang Prabang, however given the climate it may not be advisable to make that walk, though it would be safe to do so. The hotel can arrange tuk-tuks which should not be more than USD1 per person or around $3 for a smaller party.

The hotel has bicycles which can be borrowed for free, One day we cycled into Luang Prabang and that was a lovely, liberating experience.

The hotel will pick up and drop off guests at no charge from the airport which is no more than a fifteen minute drive away. Indeed the planes do fly low directly over the hotel, however as we weren't in the hotel during the day this wasn't an issue.

The staff were friendly, warm and couldn't do enough for you. They are a credit to the hotel.

The Hotel de la Paix is a stylish, wonderful boutique hotel and I would highly recommend it, however should I return I might consider staying in one of the hotels in town, though that would be a different experience from the oasis that is the Hotel de la Paix.

  • Stayed February 2013, travelled with family
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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ManagerHotel1, Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 11 March 2015
Dear Sayer,

Thank you very much for your detailed review. It is very complete.

The hotel is a unique UNESCO World Heritage protected site. It has been built in 1900s as the French Governor Mansion. Then, as you mentioned, it was a jail for a moment.

We hope to welcome you again soon

Pablo Barruti
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 March 2013

We stayed here with our two children ages 6 & 8.

The hotel was very accommodating with us as they had limited rooms. We ended up with a large room with two extra beds for the children which worked well. The room itself is very dark due to the lack of windows, this used to be a prison and is now listed so they are unable to add more, which is a shame as we were literally bumping into each other!

The breakfast I thought was very average, we were not aware that we could order eggs benedict or similar until our last day! No explanation or menu was given to us?

The pool area is nice, the children enjoyed swimming most afternoons after we had finished exploring the town.

This wasn't our first choice in LP as it is a little out of town, we did use the hotels bikes one day which was fine but ideally it would be better to be closer. As someone else mentioned it is a little eerie and lacking any atmosphere.

The staff were always extremely helpful and we used their babysitting service one night too which was fine. On the whole a nice stay but if I was to choose again it would be somewhere in town with a bit more character and atmosphere.

  • Stayed February 2013, travelled with family
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Kevin M O, General Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 9 March 2013
Thank you for taking the time to share your comments and observations following your recent stay at our Hotel de la Paix.

It's disappointing about the lack of natural light in the larger rooms but as you so correctly pointed out, under the auspices of UNESCO and as a World Heritage town, we were not allowed to alter the main exterior to any of the building as it must seem to remain as originally intended, a prison. We assigned that room to you as it really is better suited than the others to accommodate 2 extra beds.

I was very disappointed to read about your challenges at Breakfast, especially as we under the now mistaken belief that were getting it right. As to why you never received a menu baffles me and I have already addressed this issue with our Food and Beverage team. You referred to eggs benedict which surprised me too. Yes, we used to have that on the Breakfast menu, but it received so many negative comments that I withdrew it some 6 months ago. Anyway, thank you for highlighting your dissatisfaction with the breakfast as clearly we still have much work to do.

I was glad to read that the kids enjoyed the pool and that in general the services we provided met with your approval. I was happy to note your kind comments about the staff whuch I will highlight in our next Employee Recognition day.

I take your point regarding the location of our property and this seems to be regarded as the biggest shortcoming of the Hotel. Sometimes I wish there was something that I could do abiut that but conversely, we get many visitors who like the fact that we slightly "out of the way"

Thank you again for taking the time to write a review and should your travels ever bring you back to Luang Prabang, don't hesitate to let us know if we can be of help to you. Until such time, I remain,

With all good wishes,

Kevin M. O'Hagan
General Manager

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 March 2013 via mobile

Loved the hotel de la paix. The staff were attentive, the rooms large and so comfortable. The breakfast is good and the pool large.I only stayed for one night here but wish I could have stayed much longer. I would definitely return.

  • Stayed February 2013
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Kevin M O, General Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 9 March 2013
Thank you for taking the time to share your comments and observations following your recent stay at our Hotel de la Paix.

I was very pleased to note that our product and services measured up to your expectations and very much look forward to the opportunity of welcoming you back in the not too distant future. If we can help in terms of making a reservation for you, please don't hesitate to let us know. Until that time, I remain,

With all good wishes,

Kevin M. O'Hagan
General Manager

gm@hoteldelapaixlp.com
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 February 2013

Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights and then decided to find another accommodatiion nearer to town. Perhaps we expected too much after reading the high ratings given on TA by many travellers, but found the De La Paix a little eerie, very plain, all rooms opening onto a huge court, a sad place. The room itself was large, not too comfortable with an outside shower and tub so you were good "food" for the mosquitos which afflicted the whole place: we experienced many problems with them, we had to use the spray all the time. Mosquitos were also another reason for leaving. Breakfast was average, not on buffet but on order which might sound more interesting but only if staff is well trained and understands your wishes, very large swimming pool, Decisively not our dream place.

  • Stayed January 2013, travelled as a couple
    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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Kevin M O, General Manager at Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel, responded to this review, 9 March 2013
Thank you for taking the trouble to write and share your comments and observations following your recent stay at our Hotel de la Paix.

I really don't know what I can say except that I am saddened to learn of your disappointing experiences with us and I only wish that I had known of this at the time. Hotels can't be all things to all people and as I don't know what you were expecting, it's very hard for me to comment further.

I do hope that you managed to find an alternative Hotel which measured up to your expectations and that you enjoyed the remainder of your stay and the beauty/mystery that is Luang Prabang.

Thank you again for sharing your thoughts and I remain,

With all good wishes,

Kevin M. O'Hagan
General Manager

gm@hoteldelapaixlp.com
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Property: Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel
Address: Ban Mano, Luang Prabang 0600, Laos
Region: Laos > Luang Prabang Province > Luang Prabang
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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Ranked #4 of 70 Hotels in Luang Prabang
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:5 star — Sofitel Luang Prabang Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 25
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Once the French Governor's Fort, the "all-suite" Sofitel Luang Prabang now oozes colonial style and splendour fused with contemporary elegance in one of the finest resorts in the region. Situated on a heritage site in the former royal capital of Laos, the hotel is close to the major tourist attractions. Large courtyards, landscaped gardens, a reflecting pool and fireplaces provide a welcome retreat in all seasons. Individually designed suites create sanctuaries of private space and sumptuous comfort, revitalising the soul. Natural LeSpa therapies and gourmet dining at the Governor's Grill capture the essence of Laos, drawing on its culinary and wellness traditions. ... more   less 
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