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The hotel was a bit old, the plumbing needs updating, but this is Asia, so the people are gracious and helpful. Not a lot of English spoken, but the markets, cafes, river and restaurants are all within walking distance. Lots to see, smell and explore!
I stayed in their VIP lounge for 5days they offer breakfast, although didn't try their breakfast out but I once try having dinner at their restaurant, it was my first and last(if you know what I mean lol) the price is fair clean room but...More
Chaleunxay is not good hotel for us. We have 2 family stayed there for 2 nights. The facility of the hotel quite old and not good at all.
The room quite big, but:
- The aircon control remoted can't be found. We have to step...More
The hotel is not as beautiful as the other place with no stunning appearance but its service is good. All the staff can speak Vietnamese so it's a good start for Vietnamese if you want to avoid culture shock - not many Laos people in...More
It's pretty old and needs a major facelift. Water is hot and rooms are equipped with both fans and AC. Bathroom is small. Staff are friendly enough but don't speak the best English. At $20 a night it's fine but you can get better guesthouses...More
USD 24 - USD 29 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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