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Savannakhet

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Savannakhet

Overall, Savannakhet's accommodation is nothing to write home about. It offers some truly dismal options and a handful of clean and adequate family-run spots, but lacks that budget gem of a guesthouse. It could be worse -- but do choose wisely as the same rate will get you a filthy and noisy room at one place or a clean and quiet one at another.

  • Boualuang Hotel

    Boualuang Hotel

    Clean and comfortable

    99/08 Ratsavongseuk Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 300 106;

    With its recently built ice blue two-storey facade and shiny, white tile-floor rooms with tons of space, Boualuang reminded us of the brand-new, modern hotels available on the other side of the river ... Read the full review of Boualuang Hotel.

    4 stars USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Sala Savan Guesthouse

    Sala Savan Guesthouse

    Outstanding if you can afford it

    129 Kouvolavong Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 212 445; F: (041) 252 096

    The French-style building that houses Sala Savan was built in 1926 and is included as one of 20 notable historic buildings in Savannakhet in the brochure offered at the tourist info centre. The ... Read the full review of Sala Savan Guesthouse.

    3.5 stars USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
  • Souannavong Guest House

    Souannavong Guest House

    Pleasant family-run spot

    152 Senna Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (020) 5637 3818;

    The Souannavong is a small, family-run guesthouse with a central location two blocks north of Saint Theresa Church in the middle of town. A true guesthouse, the lobby area feels more like a living ... Read the full review of Souannavong Guest House .

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 4 votes Backpacker
  • Daosavanh Resort

    Daosavanh Resort

    Yes, Savannakhet has a resort

    Tha He Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 252 188; F: (041) 213 999

    Facing the river at the south end of town, Daosavanh is a large-scale, high-end luxury resort with all the fixings. You could say the style is contemporary Lao, but the resort's large white buildings ... Read the full review of Daosavanh Resort.

    3 stars USD 50 to 100 1 vote Toprange
  • Soulinsouk Hotel

    Soulinsouk Hotel

    Near the bus station

    Makhasavan Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 213 436;

    Located across the intersection from the bus station and Savansai Market, the Soulinsouk is one of the largest and newest hotels in town. It's also one of the easiest to find owing to the life-size ... Read the full review of Soulinsouk Hotel.

    3 stars USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Nong Soda Guesthouse

    Nong Soda Guesthouse

    Budget riverside digs

    Tha Hae Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 212 522;

    The long-running Nong Soda, also known as the Mekong Riverside restaurant, is a series of large and somewhat goofy lime-yellow concrete buildings by the river and just past the Thai consulate at the ... Read the full review of Nong Soda Guesthouse.

    3 stars Under USD 10 5 votes Backpacker
  • Savanbanhao Hotel

    Savanbanhao Hotel

    Reasonable deal though lacking charm

    Senna Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 212 202; F: (041) 212 944

    This hotel is set in a large featureless enclosure with four two-storey blocks along with a smaller single-storey longhouse all surrounding a central lobby area. It's a strange set-up with each ... Read the full review of Savanbanhao Hotel.

    3 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
  • Leena Guesthouse

    Leena Guesthouse

    Hidden away

    Chao Kim Rd, Savannakhet
    T: (041) 212 404;

    Tucked at the end of a quiet sidestreet off Chao Kim Road and a short walk from Wat Rattana and Ratsavongseuk Road, Leena is a popular backpacker spot with basic but functional rooms. Rooms are on ... Read the full review of Leena Guesthouse.

    3 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker


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