Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Salavan is a sprawling town with more space than its tiny number of inhabitants know what to do with and unfortunately there is so much space between many of the guesthouses, the bus station, the river and the eating spots that coming here without your own transport is a bit of a pain.
Better than those at the market200m from bus station
T: (034) 211 558;
Tata Guesthouse is a basic joint out the back of a noodle shop 200 metres down the main road to the centre of Salavan. Rooms are bare, but get loads of natural light and feel extremely clean. The hot ... Read the full review of Tata Guesthouse.
Best in town700m down the road to Pakse from the bus station
T: (034) 211 202;
The diabolically named Taohsavanh Xaihoungheuang Hotel is the best place to stay in town and is worth every cent when you compare it to what else is in town. It’s also the newest place, meaning ... Read the full review of Taohsavanh Xaihoungheuang Hotel.USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
Busted furnitureNear the bus station on the road to Pakse
T: (020) 5526 0284;
Shinsamai Guesthouse looks great from the outside and once inside, is just okay. Rooms are fan cooled and come with the option of air-con. All have a TV with local channels, a ton of busted furniture ... Read the full review of Shinsamai Guesthouse.
Reasonable budget choiceNear market, Salavan
T: (020) 543 1054;
Chindavone is a reasonable budget choice down near Salavan's market with basic but airy rooms contained within bright blue buildings. Rooms come with air-con, TV and hot water bathrooms with Western ... Read the full review of Chindavone Guesthouse.
Basic rooms, some with air-conNear market, Salavan
T: (034) 211 063;
This basic guesthouse down by the market has rooms in the family’s wooden home. The floors are covered in plastic sheeting and the rooms are quite clean. The bathrooms are cold water jobs but they ... Read the full review of Thipphaphone Guesthouse.
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