Terres Rouges Lodge
Luxury in the highlands
What we say:
This long-running tour group favourite boasts the sole swimming pool in Banlung (open to non-guests for $5 per person) and, if you're looking for something a little special, it makes for a tempting splurge. The standard rooms come in fan-cooled and air-con varieties and there are also a bunch of more upmarket suite rooms scattered around the property. We thought the standards were the better value, and, save the hottest of hot season, you could safely forgo the air-con and rely just on the seemingly nuclear-powered ceiling fans. The central building has a large, lovingly decorated common area awash with antiques, many apparently collected by the French owner (who now lives in Phnom Penh). Given some of the grave markers are original, this isn't without some controversy. Rooms are well sized and decorated with colonial posters and other paraphernalia. Staff are extremely courteous and helpful. Terres Rouge does a lot of business with tour groups and is often full. This is certainly one of the more expensive hotels in Banlung, but for a splurge rooms are well worth the money -- the suites less so. In high season reservations are recommended.
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Contact details:Boeung Kansaign, Ban Lung. T: (012) 770 650
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Suite||90 USD||90 USD|
|Standard - Double||40 USD||40 USD||Fan-cooled|
|Superior - Double||50 USD||50 USD||Air-con|
Added to Travelfish on: 24th November, 2005
Last visited or updated on: 3rd June, 2012
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Rated 5 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
We stayed at Terres Rouges Lodge for a Xmas treat in 2010 and it was extraordinary. Whilst it was expensive for our Flashpacker budget, the luxurious bungalow with beautiful furnishings and the most amazing bathroom was worth every dollar. The pool was divine, the restaurant served fabulous food, the spa treatments were blissful. Staff were friendly and helpful. The old Govenors residence which houses reception and some rooms is a lovely piece of history. We arranged a few tours which were great and staff were helpful in getting motodops to pick us up for a trip to Yak Laom Lake, which is a must see! All in all, it was a wonderful place to stay.
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