We stopped for a meal at the 3 Nagas on our first night in Luang Prabang having been attracted by the special board as we passed by. The restaurant and bar across the road are set in beautiful, UNESCO protected, French colonial buildings, and the service was of a very high standard.
We had Chicken Satay and Spring Rolls to start followed by Trio of Homemade Burgers and Fish in Banana Leaf. We also tried a couple of the smoothies along with our meal. The food was superb, tasty and beautifully presented, and we thoroughly enjoyed the drinks as well.
Whilst our meal at 3 Nagas was excellent, on reflection, it was extremely expensive compared to other meals we enjoyed just as much in Luang Prabang. The prices advertised in the menu do not include added tax or compulsory service charge, so the meal cost more than expected (my fault, I should have read the small print). Overall, we paid 450,000 kip for our meal, which was 3 times what we paid for meals just as good (if not better) at Tamarind and Dyen Sabai on other nights. By western prices the 3 Nagas offers great standards at decent prices, but in the context of Luang Prabang the value simply isn't there.
- Also Known As:
- 3 Nagas Hotel Luang Prabang
- 3 Nagas Hotel
- Les 3 Nagas Luang Prabang
- Les 3 Nagas Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 3 Nagas, is a small charming boutique hotel, comprising three superbly restored historic UNESCO World Heritage buildings more than a century old. The hotel is ideally located in the towns Old Quarter, just a short walking distance from the major tourist attractions, on the path of the morning alms-giving procession. High ceilings, exotic dark wooden floors, four-poster beds, silk fabrics and traditional weavings ooze elegance, style and character. A beautiful courtyard garden beside the Nam Khan River plus an acclaimed fine dining restaurant, serving exquisite Laotion food, make this hotel the perfect place to relax and enjoy the serene Lao lifestyle. The hotel’s intimate collection of 15 rooms and suites each blend space, luxury and exquisite charm, exuding a warm and inviting ambiance amid the tranquil surroundings. Eight rooms are located in The Khamboua House, a jewel of traditional Lao architecture. Built in 1903, it opens onto a beautiful garden edging the Nam Khan River, from where you can glimpse the serene Lao lifestyle. The other seven rooms are located in The Lamache House, built originally in 1898 to host the Royal Court. The house was restored using traditional techniques and materials, indulging guests in a truly authentic stay in this charming historical town. The hotel does not feature a spa or pool, however, guests are invited to use these facilities at our 5-star sister resort, Hotel de la Paix, located nearby. ... more less
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