Champasak Accommodation

Match your mood with your Champasak visit by picking accommodation that merges your experience with the atmosphere for your destination.

 

With more than 200 establishments to choose from, you can stay in a star-rated hotel in Pakse, find a quiet guesthouse near Vat Phou, or treat yourself to a riverside resort on the Mekong’s 4,000 Islands. Those venturing to the Bolaven Plateau will find eco-lodging blending with nature, and “guesthouse” takes on new meaning, with some rivalling boutique resorts. You can even stay aboard a cruise vessel during a 3-day Mekong voyage.     

Pinpoint the place that reflects the picture in your mind…and you can find it at a price that meets your budget. You can stay at a Pakse hotel with a pool for $75-150, or a room in town with all necessities for less than $15. When visiting Vat Phou, you can relax in a peaceful Mekong Riverside resort for $50-150, though one prime room fetches $500 per night.

Or, stay in quiet Champasak Town at a well-outfitted guesthouse for $15-35. Resorts and boutique bungalows in the $75-200 range sit in secluded spots on popular Don Khone, Don Det, and Don Khong Islands, while many guesthouses ranging from $15-50 are clustered together on their tourism strips. As for the Bolaven Plateau, you can wake up to coffee plantations and waterfalls.

Each establishment has a unique character…something that touches your personal tastes. Budget rooms offer the modern amenities you’d expect: Wi-Fi, satellite or cable TV, modern toilets, air conditioning, and balconies. Many guesthouses have restaurants and offer complimentary breakfast. Hotels and resorts add swimming pools and a wider variety of facilities as well as rooms loaded with extras. Some staff speak English, German, French, and Thai.

 

Champasak: Heritage on the Mekong

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