Keophila Guesthouse 2
Beds hard as rock
What we say:
Situated on the main road in town just down the road from the Sernnali Hotel, the entrance to this family home is brightly multicoloured. Rooms are upstairs and pretty clean and come with a fan, drinking water, some odd furniture but no mosquito net. Only one room has a double bed, all the rest are twin. All rooms have bathrooms which are cleanish, with a Western toilet and hot shower. When we visited, the place was looking a bit old and lacking love -- things like toilet seats were missing. A small balcony is out the front, filled with washing and overlooking the street. While this place is looking a little tired these days, it does still retain some character which some of the newer places in town don't have.
Contact details:Muang Khua. T: (088) 210 807
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||50,000 kip||50,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 20th October, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 28th October, 2012
Read Keophila Guesthouse 2 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
This place is fine. The room was sizeable, clean, the bathroom was clean (and for who knows what reason, the bathroom had a 4' x 2' tiled panel of a reclining nakes lady!), and overall, this was a nice place. We paid 50,000 kip for a room with 2 twin beds.
Keophila Guesthouse 2 reviewed by Anselm (Total reviews: 4) on
Comfortable and relatively clean
I found this GH comfortable. Missed the pics, but! The double room had a western toilet, as did two others. The rooms all had flywire screens. Beds were Laos comfortable. Hosts, very friendly. Compared to others I considered, was the cleanest.
Keophila Guesthouse 2 reviewed by BruceMoon (Total reviews: 1) on
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