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I stayed here with family in the upstairs rooms. I loved this hotel - the bed was comfy and the bedding high quality, the shower was FANTASTIC and I never had a cold one! The room was clean and spacious and I enjoyed the little...More
The Apsara was the perfect choice for our first visit to Luang Prabang. The central location meant we could easily explore the town on foot but the location along the riverfront meant it was still relaxing and peaceful at the hotel. We stayed in an...More
Did not look anywhere else for our return to Luang Prabang as our first experience was memborable for the excellent level of service from the staff and the comfy large rooms.
This trip our small group booked three standard rooms that are a little apart...More
I stayed here for several nights. The rooms were quiet, clean and well appointed. The location is very central and within walking distance of many sights. Being right across from the river makes it a good location for relaxing with a drink, people watching or...More
It was a great start to the stay, they were so welcoming when they picked me up from the airport and thanked me for visiting their city. They went through the map and local attractions, which was so helpful as well. The room was quite...More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers... More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers, but we did not find that to be true in Laos or Cambodia.