AddressBan Viengkeo Vangvieng district ,Vientiane Province Laos Vang ViengSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Beautiful wood-accented rooms bursting with light and enjoying full frontal views of the karsts and lush gardens. Waffle quilts, antique beds, the scent of freshly applied beeswax and a high level of spec make this a winner. In the garden are swing chairs and romantic nooks. There's a tempting restaurant too.
Our independent authors have visited Thavonsouk Resort and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Vang Vieng.
Description provided by property
Located along Nam Song River, Thavonsouk Resort features cosy rooms with private balconies. It has a restaurant and free Wi-Fi, which is available throughout the property.
Offering on-site parking, it is a 45-minute drive from Hot Air Balloon venue and a 3-hour ride from Wattay International Airport.
Set amidst gardens, all rooms offer elegant parquet floors and a seating area. They are provided with air conditioning and a TV. Free toiletries are provided in all en suite bathrooms.
For convenience, the residence offers safety deposit boxes in the lobby. Staff at the on-site tour desk can help guests with sightseeing arrangements.
Enjoy views of the river while dining at Thavonsouk Sunset Restaurant, which serves a variety of Lao, Thai and Western dishes.
Please note that a 3% surcharge applies for payments made with credit cards.
Services & facilities
- Tour desk
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
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