Laos, Vientiane and Central Regions
Info : Ansara Vientiane
Ansara hotel is a reasonably priced, small boutique hotel in the centre of Vientiane. The hotel is based in a charming building and has the feel of a private home. It’s in a great location tucked away down a small street yet in the heart of the city. You’re within walking distance of the Mekong River, most of the main sights and variety of bars and restaurants but the location is still generally quiet.
There are just 12 rooms (“Savvy Room”) and 2 suites (“Suite Affairs”) and their design is a combination of traditional Laos and contemporary Asian style so the furniture is dark wood and the soft furnishings use woven silk with design features such as black and white photographs of Laos on the walls. All rooms have balconies and free wi fi.
Ansara’s French restaurant has built up a reputation in Vientiane and there are a great range of tasty dishes on offer, diners can choose to eat in the restaurant or outside on the roofed terrace if weather permits
Ansara is a great choice in Vientiane with welcoming staff, stylish rooms and a great location.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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Matt really listened to what we were looking for and our itinerary was a joint project making good use of his knowledge and experience. We were really impressed by how well most of the hotels and guides were integrated into their local communities and were particularly impressed by Pong who guided us in the north of Laos. He really went the extra mile to help us meet and talk with local people and he was clearly well known and liked in the villages we went to!