Pakse is not a destination - it's jumping off/transit point and the hotels cater fro this. That said the Pakse is the best in town and although the room are average and probably secure you will not spend too much time here. The well reviewed roof top bar is worth a visit as the drinks and food are good as is the sunset. Breakfast was average.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pakse Hotel is ideally located in the historical heart of the city. French colonial houses, evening and day markets, all shops and services (banks, airlines, money exchange, ...), As well as Mekong and Sedone banks are just nearby. Built in the early 60's by the last Prince of Champassak, Chao Boun Oum, it has been totally renovated in 2000 by the Lao-French owning and managing couple. It reaches international standards whilst the traditional Lao-colonial influence is preserved. The panoramic restaurant on the top of the hotel has become one of the hubs of the city, serving traditional Lao, western and fusion foods. The restaurant is set in a wonderful open-air green environment, away from mosquitoes, air conditioners and traffic nuisances. The view on the city and the Mekong is really wonderful. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pakse Hotel Laos - Champasak Province