Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
There aren't a lot of choices for accommodation in Paksan and almost all travellers choose between the Paksan Hotel and BK Guesthouse.
Best budget choice in townRoad leading to Mekong
T: (054) 212 638;
For a hotel in such a small town, BK Guesthouse is a surprisingly clean and pleasant choice. Set amid a lovely garden of flowers and starfruit, the rooms come with either fan or air-con, but the ... Read the full review of BK Guesthouse.
Simple but modernRoad leading to Mekong
T: (020) 2894 2729;
Down towards the Mekong River on the same road as BK Guesthouse is a simple but modern guesthouse called Vieng Kham. Set around a patch of bare, rocky earth, the rows of rooms look like nothing much ... Read the full review of Vieng Kham Guesthouse.
Not a bad place for a nightJust out of town near the ferry wharf
T: (054) 212 353;
On the main road a little out of town to the west towards the boat dock sits Manolom Guesthouse. It's an old guesthouse with chipped paint on the walls and a few unsightly stains, but at least the ... Read the full review of Manolom Guesthouse.
Best rooms in townMain Road
T: (054) 791 333; F: (054) 791 222
Just east of the bridge on the main road, the Paksan Hotel rears up out of the grass-filled carpark like a presidential palace wannabe. It's an ugly building with a bunch of old rooms and some newer ... Read the full review of Paksan Hotel.
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