Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Most people come to Muang Ngoi to stay in a bungalow overlooking the river, but there are also other non-bungalow options, which have popped up over the years and provide a different choice for visitors.
Perhaps the best in Muang NgoiOn the left as you walk up from the dock
T: (030) 514 0770;
In a green courtyard, Lattanavongsa offers 12 solidly built wooden bungalows. As the first guesthouse to offer ensuite bathrooms, this was once the most luxurious place in town. Though others have ... Read the full review of Lattanavongsa Guesthouse.
Shady spot near the riverFar end of town
Meaning coconut garden, this spot at the far end of town would be tricky to find if not for the hand-made signs pointing the way. Their small collection of rooms -- four wooden bungalows built in ... Read the full review of Suan Phao Guesthouse.
Top place, top priceNear the boat landing
T: (030) 514 2296;
Upon entering the rooms at Rainbow House you’re greeted by clean, crisp white sheets on the beds which is a pleasing anomaly for Muang Ngoi. Located in a large two-storey concrete and wooden ... Read the full review of Rainbow House.
Quality bungalowsOn the left after walking up from the dock
T: (030) 514 0863;
The bungalows at Ning Ning Guesthouse are set back from the river with no views and are constructed of sturdier materials than many places in town and consequently feel a little more pleasant. The ... Read the full review of Ning Ning Guesthouse.Under USD 10 5 votes Backpacker
Good budget optionAt the intersection near the dock
T: (030) 514 1599;
Located in bamboo-walled rooms above the popular breakfast and dinner buffet spot near the dock, Phetdavanh offers very simple rooms with shared cold water bathrooms. It’s really a place for people ... Read the full review of Phetdavanh Guesthouse.
Remote with hot waterUpriver from the boat dock
Phetdavanh 2 is inconveniently located down a dirt path runs beneath the pavilions that make up Lattanavongsa restaurant. After a short walk along the river bank the bamboo bungalows come into view. ... Read the full review of Phetdavanh 2 Guesthouse.
Better-built bungalowsBehind biggest shop in town
The bungalows here are set around a lovely green garden and are a mix of old and new with dusty hardwood floors, but new fans and lights as well as bright clean cold water bathrooms with bucket flush ... Read the full review of Nang Phonevilay Guesthouse.
One of the best bungalow options in townFar end of town
Over the years Riverside Bungalows has undergone significant renovations to now be one of the best bungalow options in town. Operated by jolly Mama Tjum, these bungalows are located at the far end of ... Read the full review of Riverview Bungalows.
Basic bamboo bungalowsBy the river
T: (020) 366 5957;
A popular spot towards the far end of town, Nicksa’s Place has a bunch of bamboo bungalows with dreamy balconies overlooking the river. Why it’s more popular than Riverview next door is ... Read the full review of Nicksa's Place.
Secret garden hideawayOff the main road
This guesthouse is located in a peaceful secret garden about 200 metres from the river, allowing guests to experience a different side of rural Muang Ngoi. The bamboo walled rooms are basic, but ... Read the full review of Aloune Mai Guesthouse.
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