Pakse Hotel

  • Pakse Hotel front of the establishment
  • Pakse Hotel room
  • Pakse Hotel corridor
  • Pakse Hotel reception area
  • Pakse Hotel Le Panorama rooftop restaurant
  • Pakse Hotel room
  • Pakse Hotel tour desk
  • Pakse Hotel restaurant and breakfast area
Pakse Hotel logo

Pakse Hotel logo

PAKSE HOTEL

Street n°5, Bane Watlouang

PAKSE 16000 – LAO P.D.R.

Reservations booking@paksehotel.com

General info@hotelpakse.com or info@paksehotel.com

Web http://www.hotelpakse.com

BOOK A DISCOUNTED ROOM AT PAKSE HOTEL HERE !

Pakse Hotel reception area

Pakse Hotel reception area

Pakse Hotel was the first building constructed under the supervision of Chao Boon Oum, last King of Southern Lao. In 1962, the structure became a cinema and casino and was the heart of life in Pakse, hosting festivals and major events for the entire population.

Totally renovated in 2003, the hotel has a perfect location in the centre of Pakse, within walking distance from the Mekong River, banks, all services, shops and VIP bus station to Vientiane. Also, the international airport is only 3 km away, allowing quick connections to Vientiane, Savannakhet, Luang Prabang, Bangkok, Siem Reap and Ho-Chi-Minh city (Saïgon).

Pakse Hotel room

Pakse Hotel room

Pakse Hotel reaches now international standards in terms of accommodation, catering and services. The Lao-French couple owning and running Pakse Hotel since its reopening has mixed the local traditional cultural influences and the French Indochina spirit. The cozy rooms, the roof-top restaurant and its exceptional panoramic view on the whole city, the kindness and availability of the staff will make your stay enjoyable and unforgettable.

Pakse Hotel restaurant and breakfast area

Pakse Hotel restaurant and breakfast area

I had a great time at Pakse Hotel; the room was spacious, the bed was comfortable, the staff were all very helpful and welcoming, and the buffet breakfast was delicious. The hotel is in the perfect location, right in the middle of the city, within walking distance of most locations, and if you wake up early enough, you can watch the monks walk by and collect their daily ration of food from the locals.

The restaurant at the top of the hotel is open in the evenings and has a great menu of Lao and French dishes. From the terrace at the 7th floor, the view is spectacular: you can see the Mekong, most of Pakse and the beautiful mountains surrounding the city.

ROOMS: Individually controlled air-conditioning, telephone, free access to Internet WIFI and satellite TV (36 internationals channels in various languages), fridge and mini bar, work desk, individual bathroom with hot water shower, basin and toilets.

Pakse Hotel Le Panorama rooftop restaurant

Pakse Hotel Le Panorama rooftop restaurant

FOOD: Food is also a priority at Pakse Hotel. Their restaurant Le Patioh de Noy offers an excellent Lao traditional food, as well as Western and Thai specialities. Their roof-top restaurant Le Panorama is the ideal place for a drink on sunset time or for a romantic dinner overlooking the Mekong and the city lights.

TOUR DESK: Wat Phou Travels are offering private and customised tours, that will immerse yourself in this unique Southern Laos experience. All their tours include the service of a private car and driver. Wat Phou Travels also highly recommend the service of a qualified guide to give to our customers the best experience possible. READ MORE HERE !

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