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We spent 6 nights here and loved the location, the size of the room and the view from the small balcony of the street and the river. The breakfast was quite good and the staff helpful and friendly. We took advantage of the complimentary bikes...More
The Apsara is a wonderfully atmospheric place. It has an effortless elegance and offers understated luxury without actually being pricey... Truly rare in today's brash and ostentatious world. It also has the perfect location, right next to the Tamarind, absolutely my favorite restaurant in Luang...More
We have just returned from L P. The Apsara was perfect. We were met at the airport. The welcome was excellent. Our rooms were spacious and looked out over the river. We ate outside by the river. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff....More
Every year seems to bring me back here, mind you, i,m not alone, there seem to be a lot of people who've been before. I think it's because it looks great without being poncy, the food is amazing and it attracts interesting fellow guests. Its...More
The food is definitely "fusion" and not necessarily typical Laos dishes, but after a week of eating at the markets and having plenty of traditional dishes, we were ready for a change. There were plenty of interesting option on the menu, I can recommend the...More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers... More
We asked the hotel to arrange a car to pick us up. It was more expensive than a taxi (maybe it cost $15) but we did not want to haggle. We were initially concerned that taxi drivers would try to take advantage of travelers, but we did not find that to be true in Laos or Cambodia.
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