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 hotels in Vang Vieng.
Services & facilities
- Family friendly
- Air conditioning
- Internet access
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