Finding an ideal resort in Paksong does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Tad Fane Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
Tad Fane Resort is a resort offering a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The resort features room service, a coffee shop, and currency exchange. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Paksong. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Paksong is also home to Tad Fane, a popular waterfall that is not too far from Tad Fane Resort.
Tad Fane Resort puts the best of Paksong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Located at km 38 Paksong, Highway 16E from the city of Pakse. You have to drive 500m red dirt road to this resort. Entrance fee is 10,000 Kip / person and 5,000 Kip / motorbike. This is a great place to admire the Tad Fane waterfall, along with a coffee shop counter and rows of wooden chairs and swings. We did not choose to stay here because it was far from the city center and I found that decision completely correct. Staff do not speak English, they are also very indifferent, not welcoming guests. Buying a bottle of water and settleing the bill is really a big challenge when we cannot understand each other, they are really not acumen in prediction, which is very difficult in communication. I was worried that if we had a problem during the stay, it would be almost impossible for them to understand and resolve the problem.…
This is one of the weirdest places I've ever stayed. It is absolutely beautiful. Beautiful dark wood beams and panels everywhere. The location is spectacular. Beautiful jungle right on the edge of a waterfall. Every walk from your bungalow to the restaurant is really beautiful. Now what's the problem? There was no management. The cleaners were doing a really good job. Where was the desk clerk? When I was there at 6 there was nobody working anywhere. The restaurant was dark the front desk was empty. The second night the same thing happened and I was the only guest in the hotel. It was almost like the twilight zone. They don't offer you any rides. I had to just walk away from the hotel up to the main road and catch a truck going by. If this place was managd, they would have so much more business. It is really a shame.…
Taking plenty of time to scooter 🛵 the Big Loop of the Bolaven Plateau, we found ourselves drawn to this offer of Jungle Waterfall accommodation. Stopping off at Tad Yuang waterfall mid morning saw us at Tad Fane just after lunch and we were hooked! Booking a cabin allowed us to dump our packs and spend the afternoon walking the tracks here and at Tad Champi with time early evening to indulge in a beverage with a pretty amazing view. The rooms were neat, clean and compact but foremost, one of the ‘Best Beds 🛌’ ever slept on!! Laos mattress’s can be different than most are used too but these were awesome 👏🏻.. oh so comfy!! Breakfast 🥞 included was nice and varied and the meals at night tasty.
We spent one night at the Tad Fan Resort in mid-February. It was nice to get up on the Bolaven Plateau and out of the heat of the lowlands. The cottages are set in the forest away from the main lodge and waterfall viewpoint, so they are relatively quiet. That said, the lodge did start playing loud Lao-pop music at 6:30 am. They did turn it off quickly after we requested the peace and quiet. The cottages are fairly basic with good plumbing/showers. They are not fancy but clean enough and the peace and quiet made us wish we had stayed a couple of days. The restaurant served good food, mostly Laotian and Thai, and had good Laotian coffee...really brewed well!
This spot in the woods, with lovely cabins facing twin waterfalls is a bucolic heaven. The staff is led by a competent young manager who speaks excellent English, always with a smile. The waterfalls provide background music. Colorful butterflies abound. You can even visit the waterfalls along a zip line.The cabins are comfortable and basic. Not having access to TV in these troubled times is a plus. The food is good, the breakfast is free. Only a 45 minute drive from Pakse. Don’t forget to bring a light sweater, it gets cool at night.