Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Accommodation in Sekong is good for a town that doesn't have a big tourist draw. You'll find some of the better hotels filled with travelling locals, who are the bread and butter for the hoteliers in town.
Modern hotelMain Road, Sekong
T: (038) 211 606;
On your right as you head into town from Pakse, Hongkham Hotel is a large traditional-looking hotel with multiple floors and an on-site restaurant. The rooms are quite spacious by Lao standards and ... Read the full review of Hongkham Hotel.USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
Still a good budget choiceRiver road, Sekong
T: (038) 211 039;
Despite its echoing corridors, proximity to public radio speakers, and reputation for being haunted, the Sekong Hotel has a lot going for it. It has a selection of restaurants across the road and is ... Read the full review of Sekong Hotel.
Great choice on the riverOn the river, Sekong
T: (038) 211 063;
This is a fantastic modern hotel right by the Sekong River. The walls are all brightly painted, the bright green carpet resembling an football field is clean and the furniture is in good condition. ... Read the full review of Tida Hotel.
Standard transit hotelMain Road, Sekong
T: (020) 573 8830;
On the main road through town, Route 16, Pisaxay Guesthouse has been around for years and still offers up reasonable rooms. There are two styles of room here. The cheapest are basic with low sitting, ... Read the full review of Pisaxay Guesthouse.Under USD 10 2 votes Backpacker
Reasonable villasOn the river, Sekong
T: (038) 211 297;
You can get here by following the bright yellow signs from the main road which lead you across the western side of town to its location on the river. The size of the place seems overly ambitious for ... Read the full review of Vangxang Savanh Sekong Hotel.
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