Les 3 Nagas,
Laos, Luang Prabang and The North
Info : Les 3 Nagas
Les 3 Nagas is a small hotel housed in two of Luang Prabangs finest traditional heritage buildings. The hotel consists of fifteen rooms and suites, a large garden with river views and a fantastic restaurant. The two buildings are located on either side of the towns central street.
The buildings have been very tastefully restored to give this very modern hotel a flavour of the past. Rooms are decorated differently but have the same level of quality with extensive use of antique furnishings and paintings. Exotic woods, clay tiles and Lao textiles have been incorporated into the design. Each room has a veranda or balcony with views which differ depending on the location. The three suite rooms have larger living spaces and balconies.
The hotel has two excellent restaurants overlooking the street which are highly regarded. One serves Laotian cuisine, the other a more internationally orientated menu. Breakfasts are particularly good here too. There is a small cocktail bar which serves tempting concoctions throughout the day. The hotel also has a large garden overlooking the Nam Khan River around which sun loungers are scattered.
The location is excellent, within easy walking distance of many of Luang Prabangs attractions and ideal for strolling the promenades at night. Comfortable rooms, excellent food and a couple of excellent extras such as free wireless internet access make Les 3 Nagas one of Luang Prabangs best boutique hotels.
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.
- River Tours
- Varied Local Excursions
- Wireless Internet
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!