What we say:
The Saysekong, built in 2004, is the only place in town with genuine river views. It's in a great location, convenient to the riverside restaurants, the market and the centre of town. It's an ambitious place, designed to give the Attapeu Palace a run for it's money, but there's no sign that's it's succeeded just yet. The big horse-shoe driveway gives its imposing edifice a bit of a vacant feel, but inside it's all polished hard wood and wainscoting, with a sweeping staircase up to the second floor. The rooms themselves are a bit cramped, but nicely done-up, with air-con, TV, big fridges, good furnishings and hot-water baths standard. The rooms are nicer and cheaper than the Attapeu Palace, but if you're arranging tours and treks you'll have to head there eventually anyway.
Contact details:On the river, Attapeu. T: (020) 240 6844
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||12 USD||12 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 17th December, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 22nd March, 2007
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Rated 1.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Marie Celeste Hotel?
We called in looking for a room in January 2009. The door was open, but there was nobody there..no papers on the desk, no sign of habitation, but the electricity was on. We shouted, turned lights on and off, explored the whole place as far as we could, but there was NOBODY there! We walked past the next day and it was equally deserted.
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