This has to be the most awful place to stay in Laos. Never mind that the room is old, at least it was clean. BUT the service is just awfully bad, especially coming from the owner (australian lady) of the hotel! Questions were tossed aside with brief answers and attitude was just lousy (couldn't care less). Asking for travel advice, it's better to ask from anyone down the streets.
Beware for tired travelers, it's a child care centre during the day. Be prepared for screaming and crying children early in the morning in the garden and the noise just travels up through your windows even in the upper floors.
The only good thing is that the view is nice. But then again, that applies for the rest of the other 100 hotels down the river
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Elephant Crossing Hotel is a welcoming, warm and friendly accommodation venue situated on the river with fabulous views of the Karst limestone mountains! A boutique hotel, well established gardens and long terrace that stretches along the river. We aim to please all our guests and may they have a memorable experience while staying here with us. The bar and restaurant utilizes local farmers produce and serves Lao, Asian and Euro food. We are doing our best to reduce miles and serve clean chemical free food, with our own organic grown rice and winter vegetables from our own gardens. Our team of local staff are always willing to help with a friendly approach and authentic touch! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Elephant Crossing Hotel
- Hotel Elephant Crossing