Villa MalyLuang Prabang
1 kms to the nearest airport (luang prabang international airport)
This idyllic haven hotel set amidst tranquil gardens in the heart of the city which notable a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luang Prabang. Offer a perfect location to explore the small charming city by a short walking distance from the main historical attractions and places of interest. The international airport is only 15 minutes drive away from the hotel's location.
Each exceptional room average from 33 square meters upwards in capacity and are subtly arranged to incorporate the time-honored Laotian architecture with an essence of the colonial past. Wooden parquet floors, four poster beds, mahogany armories and classic fans, surrounded with ornately decorated walls with rich hues of colors and textures, produce an exuberant luxurious ambiance suitable for the privileged. All rooms feature en-suite bathroom with rain shower and come equipped with modern standard amenities i.g. Air-conditioning, Flat screen TV, Direct dialing (local & international), WIFI, Safety box, Mini bar and Coffee and Tea making facilities.
The main restaurant set on a wooden deck, appointed with warm rose wood furnishings and sheltered by a canopy, perfectly for alfresco dining experience. The venue serves a various delectable flavors both international and local traditional cuisine plus with an energizing cocktails and beverages all day.
The low rise French colonial residence buildings housing the 33 rooms with its own spectacular view of the garden and pool, set in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage Site city. Every building is appropriately named after flowers found profusely in Laos.
A small size lobby with a cozy ambience in original blend of classic French and British colonial furnished.
The hotel's 'Art Deco' style is prevalent through with an original blend of French and British colonial furnishings. The ambiance is residential, as if one were staying in a private village. Hence the slogan 'A Residence of Charm' The central building was formally the private residence of former nobility, its original splendor derived from the 1920's, evokes a sense of the French past.