River Resort Champasak,
Laos, Pakse and The South
Info : River Resort Champasak
Reached by road and boat, River Resort lies in a peaceful location on the banks of the Mekong in Southern Laos. The views from the resort are some of the best in this region; you might even feel like you are in a coastal location with 'beaches' and islands off in the distance.
This is the ideal place to kick back and relax around the pool after a busy tour of Laos, but its also a great base from which to explore the 4,000 islands or to enjoy kayaking and trekking.
The resort itself is small with just 20 rooms in 10 villas, most facing the river. We recommend a top story room for truly spectacular vista across the Mekong. The rooms are spacious and modern with lovely touches like a balcony at the front and back and wall to ceiling glass doors. The hotel has a good value spa, lovely manicured grounds and a restaurant serving western and Laotian cuisine all day.
River resort is a great all round hotel and it's hard to beat the views it offers, whilst providing a really comfortable stay with great food and above standard service. The only drawbacks for some might be the slightly modern design, in contrast to this traditional area of Laos
Visited by Matt Brazier, June 2014
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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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!