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Perfect for a few nights in Vientiane. Close to river and night markets, plenty of cafes and restaurants close by too.
Only problem we had was we were checked into a room on the first day that was at the back, near the toilets and...More
We stayed at Mixay GH for 4 nights.... but wanted to leave after 2. Unfortunately we applied for our Vietnam Visa on a Friday so had to stay in Vientiane over the weekend so extended our stay at Mixay GH to 4 nights...big mistake! This...More
Nice place to stay, cheap and clean. It's near riverside. There are market at night o you can go shopping but stuff and not expensive but to me the product quite similar to thai products. But anyway this place is convenience to stay and friendly...More
This place is centrally located which draws in large numbers of budget travellers, however the bedrooms, breakfast and facilities are very basic. Possibly the worst bed we've slept in throughout 5 months of SE Asia. Shared bathrooms are kept clean though.
Clean rooms and cheap. Central room and outside space is great. Staff is friendly and helpful. I had a time issue for laundry service. It was finished too late but they arranged an other bustrip to my next location. In Total a nice place on...More
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Hi, Smith, I am not sure if your question is whether the staff at this guesthouse are friendly and kind? I would say yes. They are not hostile and if you ask for a cup of complimentary tea or coffee over the counter they... More
Hi, Smith, I am not sure if your question is whether the staff at this guesthouse are friendly and kind? I would say yes. They are not hostile and if you ask for a cup of complimentary tea or coffee over the counter they will provide you with the cup and the tea or coffee bag. They also provide complimentary breakfast but the wifi is only available at the lobby and I saw many of the guests gathered around the lobby with their laptops. Their English proficiency level is just ok and if you ask more they may not be able to reply you. But generally speaking, as long as you make your own research, I do not think there is a need to ask them too much.
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