My Dream Resort,
Laos, Luang Prabang and The North
Info : My Dream Resort
Each of My Dream Boutique Resort’s 21 rooms has simple but elegant wooden interiors with plenty of natural light and views over the lush gardens that extend all the way down to the banks of the Nam Khan River. The suites have a particularly private feel and are ideal for families or guests wanting that extra bit of space.
Meals are served in an open-air pavilion overlooking the swimming pool – a limited but fresh and tasty buffet at breakfast and a small menu of local and western dishes for a relaxing lunch by the pool or a quiet night in.
The pool and the tranquil setting of this hotel are a rare find in Luang Prabang – particularly at such a good price! Once refreshed you can hop on to one of the free bikes for the 5 minute cycle into town, or for those who like to walk it’s a 10 minute stroll via the bamboo bridge (dry season only).
The atmosphere at My Dream Resort is warm and welcoming, with staff happy to help guests make the most of Luang Prabang and its attractions yet at the same time keen to ensure they have the space and tranquillity to relax and unwind during their stay.
The natural wood used in the building does mean that walls in the rooms are thin and you can hear your neighbours. The suites seem quieter. However the resort is great value for Luang Prabang particularly as it has an excellent swimming pool which many hotels in the town lack.
Comfort - This is our lead in category. There will generally be a no frills approach and while some will be characterful, some will do exactly what it says on the tin - provide a clean, comfortable and good value place to spend the night. These places are normally 3* hotels.
- DVD Player
- Swimming Pool
- Wireless Internet
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