Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse
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What we say:
If you're looking for a place with employees who can speak English, you're out of luck at Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse. But in a town of old crappy hotels, Lieupi Mixay is a breath of fresh air with clean, modern rooms. The sparkling tiled floors are great, the quilts on the beds thick enough to protect against the cold night air in the dry season and the hot water bathrooms with Western toilet are bright and clean and big enough that the toilet stays dry when you use the shower. Small LCD TVs with satellite channels hang on the wall as do fans. The free WiFi rounds out a deal that makes this one of the best value options in Phonsavan. We just hope they keep up the maintenance on this 2012-built guesthouse.
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Contact details:On road parallel to and south of main road. T: (030) 9902 798, (020) 9777 5819
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||70,000 kip||70,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 19th December, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 19th December, 2012
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Rated 3.5 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
Fine guesthouse, clean, large rooms with tv/fan(not necessairy, as Phonsavan lies on 2750m. height-1000m. higher then Sapa) and hotwater. Double bed 80.000lak, twins are 100.000 only disadvantage, they do not speak any English, so ask your current landlord to phone them to be sure of a room. The gh lies very central in Phonsavan. There is free hot water to make a cuppa. 24-25-26 december 2013
Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse reviewed by Pjotra (Total reviews: 7) on
As far as a budget guest house goes, it was nearly perfect. LKP100,000 upstairs over the reception area, or LKP80,000 downstairs. Our twin room had 2, Â¾ size double beds with the standard hard mattress. TV, fan, wardrobe, small table and 2 wooden chairs. In the bathroom, the floor actually slopes to the drain, therefore it can dry and a door that really shuts! The 1st night we weren't bothered by noise, but the second, they had a few drinks after midnight and the noise reverberates terribly. Also the children that live there run up and down the concrete stairs in their sandals at 6.30am. The acoustics were poor for that. So long as you can keep away from the reception area, its a good place to stay. Hint with trying to find it. Runs parallel with the main street. There is a sign on the cnr of Soi 6 and the main road.
Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse reviewed by wayan_bob (Total reviews: 3) on
Nice but sometimes noisy
Coming from Hanoi to Phonsavan by bus, we planned to stay at Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse. But after 10 hours delay, we arrived in Phonsavan at night and were not able to find the guesthouse. Of course we found it on the next morning and stayed there for a small week. In fact, when you arrive for the first time in Phonsavan, the place is not easy to find because the guesthouse is not located on the main street, but on a small street parallel to the first one. The easiest way to find it is to start from the bus stop (all the long distance buses use to stop in the center near a couple of restaurants) : walk on the main street to east and turn on the first street right. At the next crossing, you will see the guesthouse in front of you (a little bit on the right). At check in there was nobody speaking english, but in the afternoon we had the suprise to meet a young man who works there and speaks a good english. He can help you to organize your tour, book tickets, etc. We paid 100.000 Kip for a double room on the upper floor. Nice bed, hot water, perfectly clean. It would be the perfect place to stay if the guesthouse was less noisy in the morning.
Lieupi Mixay Guesthouse reviewed by mlavant (Total reviews: 5) on
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