Avalon Hotel Vientiane

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Avalon Hotel Vientiane

70 Phnom Penh road

Ban Anou Chanthaburi District

Vientiane – LAOS 

(+856) (021) 26 35 97- 98

info@avalonbooking.com 

www.avalonbooking.com 

Avalon Hotel room

Avalon Hotel room

Avalon Hotel is a unique beautiful hotel located at the heart of the old Vientiane city with many attractions nearby, only a few minutes’ walk from the centre point, historical temples, night market and other sights.

A convenient location, together with comfort is the essence of the Avalon Hotel.

Avalon Hotel is just 500 mt from the Mekong River and a 15 minute drive from Wattay International Airport. It offers tour arrangements, ticket bookings, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

The air conditioned rooms at Hotel Avalon feature hardwood floors and furniture. Each room has cable TV and a fridge. Some rooms also include a sitting area and a free-standing bathtub.

Guests enjoy the convenience of a 24-hour front desk, as well as laundry services. A daily buffet breakfast cooked with fresh ingredients is served each day.

Avalon Hotel brochure

Avalon Hotel brochure

Avalon Hotel is just a 10 minute walk from Nam Phou Fountain. Vientiane’s night market is one kilometer away.

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