Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
There are few places to stay here and even fewer reasons to stay. But those trekking by motorbike via this route may find themselves beset by one of the chilly rain-storms that frequent the Bolevan Plateau and need to hole up for the night before continuing on. At least, that's what happened to us! And we thought, what the heck, we're here, why not review the place.
Handy for that conference you were planning100m east of the roundabout, on the south side
T: (034) 211 970;
The rooms here are startlingly nice considering the price and the utter lack of visitors staying overnight in town. Though all the rooms are fan only, the cheapest rooms have tile floors and private ... Read the full review of Viphavanh Guest House.
DecentJust north of the roundabout, Tha Teng
T: (034) 211 954;
We had trouble finding anyone to speak to on our visit, but the doors to the rooms were open and we took a look on our own. Decent fan doubles with private bathrooms. We finally met someone who told ... Read the full review of Anna Guest House.
Free condoms2km south of the roundabout, Tha Teng
On the upside, the rooms here are in a beautiful and unique location, between a rushing river and a small duck pond, and price-wise, they can't be beat. But there's a downside. The bathrooms are a ... Read the full review of Saymaysay Guest House.
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