Vansana Plain Of Jars ,
Laos, Vientiane and Central Regions
Info : Vansana Plain Of Jars
Vansana Plain of Jars Hotel is located on a ridge overlooking Phonsavan town with great views on both sides of the surrounding villages, mountains and countryside.
Modern and functional, the 36 rooms and suites are spotlessly clean and spacious, with televisions, private balconies and en-suite bathrooms with large bath/shower. The architecture leaves a little to be desired, but the interiors are bright and welcoming. The four suite rooms have lounges with sofas and are good value for money.
The hotel has a central reception/lobby area and a lounge room with sofas and cushioned chairs. The restaurant has and indoor room and outdoor seating on a wooden veranda with lovely views. The location means it attracts a lot of birds and is very peaceful. The views are charming and add a lot of character to the resort.
The town of Phonsavan is a 10 minute walk or a short taxi/tuk-tuk ride. The hotel is an ideal base for exploring the ÂPlain of JarsÂÂ and Xiengkhouang ProvinceâÂÂs many other attractions including the war sites.
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.
- Spectacular Views
- Varied Local Excursions
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