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Ban Sufa Garden Resort

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BAN SUFA GARDEN RESORT, haven of peace,about 12 km from Vientiane.a vast park whithin horses, and others animals will welcome you very friendly.bungalows and sala are surroundedby a luxuriant vegetation offering calm and privacy.all bungalows are beginning of the century lao-french style, and each one has a spacious and confortable room, private bathroom, sitting verandah looking onto the gardens, only facing ricefields.for relaxing,bar,restaurant, swimming-pool, massages.french management .
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Charles H wrote a review Oct 2015
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My family and my sisters family have a yearly trip planned to Laos over Mother's Day Weekend every year. What a fantastic discovery! They treated us like family. We are a party of 8 and they met our every need. From our request of a table that we could put outside, (for the elderly Mom's to play cards at, or a table all together on their restaurant patio for breakfast, this place hit the mark. I am in Sales at another Laos Hotel and I got to tell ya, I was WAY impressed. I came back with lots of great ideas for our staff. Stay here, and you will not be disappointed.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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LaosLife wrote a review Oct 2014
Vientiane11 contributions37 helpful votes
Gorgeous setting, simple but good food, friendly owners....a great escape from the city, perfect for wasting a Sunday afternoon. It's perfect for families, good food and drink for the parents, nice pool and space for the kids. Win-win alround.
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Date of stay: August 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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Katie F wrote a review Mar 2014
Vientiane49 contributions36 helpful votes
My friends and I visited Ban Sufa for a day trip to enjoy a day outside of the city and the pool. Upon arrival, we were told the kitchen was closed because a staff member was sick, but we were welcome to use the garden, games, and pool facilities. However, when I left our picnic shelter to go to the main building to ask a question, a large rottweiler came barking and barreling towards me out of nowhere. As soon as I turned to run, it lunged and bit my backside. Someone grabbed the dog's long and unattached lead and it slowed down. Regardless, I had blood streaming down my legs and two deep puncture wounds. There was no apology. No help offered. The owner acted like I was overreacting and shouldn't worry about rabies, even though the dog was not vaccinated. Sure, the grounds looked nice and it was quiet and I can see why there are so many nice reviews, however, after such appalling behavior after a dog attack by the owner, I would never recommend this place. I would certainly never recommend anyone take a small child there, as if I had been a small child against a 170 pound rottweiler, it surely would have been fatal. Now, several days and a $1500 medical bill later, the owner is absolving himself of responsibility and refuses to reimburse me. No, I didn't stay overnight or eat here, but it is a common place for people to go spend the day for the pool or for their children to ride horses. Based on the owner's horrific attitude and customer service, I could never recommend this place.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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Nutty65 wrote a review Feb 2014
Dunedin, New Zealand8 contributions26 helpful votes
Ban Sufa is delightful indeed, a little bit quirky so it is interesting and beautiful. The bungalows are individual and tastefully decorated, private, no TV (hurrah!), no wifi (although this is available at the reception building) and have a perfect little balcony for sundowners. The gardens are superb for wandering and relaxing, I didn't try the pool but it looked lovely. If you want a conventional resort, this isn't it but it has vastly more charm (not that I would ever choose to stay in a conventional resort anyway!). The food is definitely French, not Lao, but is supremely delicious, top standard. The individual dining sala are very special on a warm tropical evening. The service, provided by the very professional and charming, always smiling, problem-solving Mr Bountharn cannot be faulted. It is not convenient for a visit to Vientiane as it is well out of town but was perfect for a working visit to the National University of Laos (with a little bit of down time). It is a place for relaxing, chilling-out, recharging the batteries. I have rated the location as excellent, as it is that for a relaxing getaway. The rottweilers are indeed large but were not a problem for us. They greeted us initially, or at least one of them did, with loud barking but that didn't last long and there was no sense that they were other than gentle giants. Since it is a garden, do take insect repellent, although the bungalow doors and windows are screened and mosquito coils are placed appropriately every evening.
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Date of stay: January 2014
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Dennis r wrote a review Sep 2012
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands3 contributions4 helpful votes
This place was charming and pleasant resort about a few kilometers from the center of Vientiane in the middle of rice fields. We were served a very good French cuisine with amazing quality products. The outdoor dining was charming, and the food very good - we had chicken pate, steak and lamp chops that were worthy of any good Parisian restaurant, but there is no possibility of Laos food. No WiFi or internet, although when I absolutely must get in touch with the outside world. Beautiful swimming pools, children's layground, pony rides and beautiful gardens. A place to rest after busy working days or relaxing in the great swimming pool in the middle of the Laotian countryside.
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Date of stay: August 2012
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ban Sufa Garden Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Nearby attractions include Wat Si Saket (0.4 km), Lao Textiles (0.3 km), and Wat Ho Phra Keo (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Annabelle 1 Restaurant Café Bakery, The State of Pasta - Restaurant, and Noy's Fruit Heaven.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Ban Sufa Garden Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Great Sacred Stupa (Pha That Luang) (3.1 km).