Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Champasak is little more than a long main road with a roundabout at the centre of it. All the accommodation is within walking distance of the roundabout. Everything here is budget accommodation, with prices topping out at US$15.
A cheap choice80m south of the roundabout, on the western side
T: (031) 252 700;
This has excellent bamboo bungalows with concrete floors that would be close to the pick in town if they were on the riverbank. Set on the other side of the main road, there is little to observe from ... Read the full review of Khamphouy Guest House.Under USD 10 7 votes Backpacker
DelightfulAround 400m south of the roundabout
T: (031) 920 038;
This very friendly, family-run spot has a bunch of cheap rooms in a longhouse. Rooms are very basic, though they all have private bathrooms -- the cheapest ones have squat toilets and no hot water. ... Read the full review of Vong Pasued Guest House.Under USD 10 3 votes Backpacker
Very warm and welcoming150m from the roundabout, Champasak
T: (031) 212 366; F: (031) 212 365
The Souchitra Guest House has a good mix of budget and upmarket accommodation. The rooms are clean and new -- it's a well serviced complex. There is a restaurant on the ground floor which is a good ... Read the full review of Souchitra Guest House.Under USD 10 4 votes Backpacker
Best in town1km north of the roundabout
T: (031) 213 272;
A selection of stand-alone wooden/bamboo and adjoining concrete bungalows either air-con or fan-cooled are available at Anouxsa. All are in spotless nick and the concrete bungalows are particularly ... Read the full review of Anouxsa Guesthouse.Under USD 10 13 votes Backpacker
Basic bungalowsSouth of the traffic circle, on the inland side, Champasak
The floors and walls of the sort-of-spacious rooms here are concrete, and there's not much furniture aside from the beds. Overall this place is rather grotty and basic, and the bathrooms are slightly ... Read the full review of Dok Champa 1.
Convenient location65m south of the roundabout
T: (031) 920 092;
This is a popular choice, in a good location, with a fine restaurant on site. Nevertheless, the room we saw was pretty shabby, albeit airy, with a sort of crappy bathroom. Some of the staff speak ... Read the full review of Saythong Guest House.
A bit dingy but cheapNorth of the traffic circle, riverside
T: (020) 545 8501;
Like it's sister establishment, the Dok Champa 1, this place has rooms with cement floors and dingy cold-water bathrooms. Crappy, but we would say acceptable, if you're an adaptable traveller looking ... Read the full review of Dok Champa 2.
A last resortBan Wat That, 3km from the roundabout, enroute to Wat Phu
T: (031) 213 248;
On our last visit we found this place deteriorating badly, and the physical appearance of the place is still pretty shabby. The thatched bamboo bungalows are still there, with their sticky doors, ... Read the full review of Khaemkhong Guest House.
Only if everything else is full2.5km south of the roundabout
T: (020) 227 2819;
Like it's neighbour the Khaemkhong down the road, this place doubles as a brothel. It's an absolute crap pile -- a shabby exterior, cramped rooms with squat toilets, and a staff that's out of a Lao ... Read the full review of Boulivan Guest House.
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Top accommodation by review
3 votes Around 400m south of the roundabout
T: (031) 920 038
7 votes 80m south of the roundabout
T: (031) 252 700
12 votes 1km north of the roundabout
T: (031) 213 272
4 votes 150m from the roundabout
T: (031) 212 366
F: (031) 212 365
1 votes 65m south of the roundabout
T: (031) 920 092
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