We paid $60 for a VIP suite which was a huge room with all modern facilities but the best feature was the terrace that surrounded it on the 3rd floor with a panoramic view of the city. We sat on the seat provided outside our room and watched the sunset and at dawn watched the monks leave the nearby Wat to collect their food for the day. We ate in the hotel and the food was fairly mixed-we had Laotian but it included inedible duck and fish-in our experience the local food was usually good. We also made the mistake of ordering Laotian red wine -it was awful-should stick to Lao beer. It didn't interfere with our pleasure but the hotel seem to cater for Thai bus parties who come across the nearby Mekong bridge for dinner parties. Well worth the money for the fabulous views from the roof top suites
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Feel experience once in your lifetime at the real palace of King Boun Oum" the last king of life in the southern Laos. The palace was built in 1969 and has a main 6 floors building that combines French colony and Laos style. It is elegantly located in the heart of Pakse district the capital city of Champasak province. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Champasak Palace Pakse
- Champasak Palace Hotel Pakse, Laos - Champasak Province