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The hotel has a free car service from and to the airport. You are met with a comfortable car and I brought to this grand hotel. The rooms are spectacular, spotlessly clean, big comfortable beds, lots of light. The bathroom has a great shower with...More
Stayed once again at this wonderful hotel and as usual the stuff exceeds my high expectation wonderful room , great location , excellent breakfast
No hesitation in this hotel
Book folks you won't be disappointed
Beautiful original building, perfect and safe location, great friendly staf and service, very clean and comfortabel rooms, yummy breakfast. Would stay here again. Maybe a bit expensive but worth it! On walking distance to many highlights.
Wonderful stay and wish we had longer time to stay here. Perfect staff with attentive and friendly attitude. Room is incredible huge and clean with luxury furniture and decoration. Breakfast is good with many dishes and fresh fruits.
Dhavara is a great option for a stay in Vientiane. Excellent location in the older quarter of the city the hotel is very well maintained and lovely. Service is excellent and guests are made to feel very welcome. The bedrooms and bathrooms are large and...More
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are... More
Please disregard my last answer - got confused with another hotel - age related problem in my case - within their website blurb - they mention colonial - the building itself is pretty ugly - see my reviews - the rooms are probably in a colonial style - wooden floors - highish ceilings - old fashioned bathroom fittings - minimalist decoration - but the building is surrounded by modern buildings - the Ansara which is close by is probably slightly more colonial - we ate at their signature restaurant - the main building is in a "colonial" style with a modern extension around the swimming pool at the rear - the area that both hotels are located in - may have once been the colonial heart of the city close to the Mekong - but Laos is not a rich country and the days of the French are long gone - the area has now been taken over by the night market and a range of eating opportunities both on and off street as well as hotels and hostels - it is very safe - but perhaps not as attractive as it was once - enjoy