A beautiful little place with a very warm atmosphere. The bungalows are made out of wood and have nice paintings inside. Every bungalow has private bathroom with hot shower and a balcony with hammock to relax. You can use free towels and refill your waterbottle for free. The bungalows are simple, but clean and natural-looking.The family welcomes you as you are part of the family and there's a very cosy atmosphere with good music and a campfire. Also there's a guitar available, so many nights there is live music played by travellers.
The view from the terrace is amazing, you can see the Mekong river and sunset.
All their profits go to the Woman Empowerment projects for the Mountain People. If you're travelling on your own, it is also the perfect place to meet other travellers.
The restaurant serves traditional Hmong food and you can choose to sit and eat with the Hmong family if you want to. Also they serve very tasty Mojilao's with Lao Lao Whiskey, fresh mint, sugarcane and sodawater.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Daauw Home has beautiful wooden bungalows painted just halfway up the temple stairs to the left for 60,000 to 80,000 kip, shower and toilet inside, balcony with hammock and a relaxing terrace overlooking the Mekong River. There are also Tents for 40.000 kip. Because it is halfway up the main street only a five minute walk you feel you have actually arrived in the valleys and mountains of Laos. All profits go to their Woman Empowerment Activities for the Ethnic Minorities in the Mountains of Laos. ... more less