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I've eaten all over Beijing and HK, and most Chinatowns worth their salt, but the meal I had here was top notch. Ants Climbing a Tree, Dan Dan Noodles (special order, but the chef and owners are from Sichuan), Steamed Spareribs with Rice Flour, and...More
I read the reviews AFTER I had booked the room and was pretty worried that it was a flea pit. It was nothing of the sort, while it is a bit tired in some places ,I found the rooms to be clean and the service...More
I stayed here in Nov 2012 with a group of girls on our nursing prac trip. We stayed here on the weekends and felt like it was a home away from home. The owner of the hotel was very accommodating and definitely looked after us....More
This place most definitely belongs to the Communist era. Absolutely no character at all. But having said that - exceedingly friendly and helpful staff, right in the center, 100 metres from the Mekong river and - best of all - you can watch the early...More
Not the best place I've stayed in, but far from the worst.
I chose Haysoke as I was coming from Vientiane on the last day of the Lunar New Year, and because there was a Haysoke guesthouse affiliate in Vientiane, I worked with them (although...More
$28 - $60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Luang Prabang Province >
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Haysoke Hotel Luang Prabang
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"Try to stay away from the rooms facing the all night noisy main street."