We stayed here for a few days over New Years. We were first put in a noisy room with a balcony that faced the street. We liked the balcony, but even with the wooden shutters over the windows we could hear every angry dog and crying baby from 4 a.m. onwards. After a couple days we moved to a room on the back side of the guesthouse. It was much cleaner and quieter. It was a much better room, and was surprised that such a wide standard of cleanliness existed in such a small hotel. I was also surprised at how much it cost. We had come from Chiang Mai where we stayed in a far superior guesthouse for much much less.
We also payed the manager for a cab pick up to take us to the airport at 5 am. We gave him 50,000 Kip, which was about what we payed for a mini-van when we first arrived in town. What we got was a rickety motorcycle Tuk Tuk that barley held us. It was not what we thought our cab ride would be.
Overall, not a bad stay, but not sure if we we go back.
Pros: location is close to Phousi Hill, close walk to night market
Cons: much cheaper guesthouses, noisy, questionable cleanlinessMore
- Free Wifi
- Free parking