We stayed for just one night, but were impressed with the overall level comfort and service. Had BOOKED one of the VIP Suites for $60US, amazed at the sheer size of the suite; the dressing room alone was as big as some guesthouse rooms we've had, and fully kitted-out with dressing table/vanity mirror, suitcase rack, umbrellas, scale, large armoire with robes/slippers, safe. Nice bathroom with amenities, separate shower and bathtub. Spacious sitting area with loveseat, water heater and proper tea pot, good quality local green tea (but instant coffee), large executive-style desk, huge TV and very comfortable bed/linens. The scale of everything here is BIG. I took a walk around the verandas on our floor and some of the upper floors, very spacious and open, fantastic views over Pakse. OK breakfast buffet, but otherwise did not eat in restaurant. Delta Coffee across the street has good, cheap food--extensive Thai menu (mee krob was excellent!) and pizza/pasta/sandwiches. Hotel relatively quiet while we were there. Great splash-out for the end of our time in Southern Laos.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Feel experience once in your lifetime at the real palace of King Boun Oum" the last king of life in the southern Laos. The palace was built in 1969 and has a main 6 floors building that combines French colony and Laos style. It is elegantly located in the heart of Pakse district the capital city of Champasak province. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Champasak Palace Pakse
- Champasak Palace Hotel Pakse, Laos - Champasak Province