Aloonsotsai Guest House
Pleasant family run place
What we say:
This pleasant family-run guesthouse is friendly enough, but very little English is spoken here. The rooms are clean and decent, though the air-con rooms are a bit musty. You'll pay extra if you want a TV or a fridge, or if they run out of rooms without them. Only the deluxe doubles have hot water, but all rooms have private bath.
Contact details:Across from the Lao Development Bank. T: (036) 211 250, (020) 970 6568, (020) 983 4490
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||40,000 Kip||40,000 Kip|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||70,000 Kip||70,000 Kip|
|Deluxe- Double||90,000 Kip||90,000 Kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 25th September, 2003
Last visited or updated on: 22nd March, 2007
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Rated 2.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
A filthy bug palace
Let's be clear -- we didn't stay here. We stopped here but thankfully checked out the rooms before sealing the deal. The managers were incredulous that we'd want clean rooms. The filthy rooms kept us moving to find a clean place, the Phouthavong Guesthouse.
Aloonsotsai Guest House reviewed by scomoore1 (Total reviews: 13) on
Adequate, but Motorbike rental possible
Stayed here in November 06' for 2 nights. We rented a motorbike from the guesthouse and traveled outside of attapeu during the day in search of some waterfalls and country scenery. Nothing to special about the guesthouse, but the staff is rather friendly, although they cannot speak english, but can understand thai if you are able.
Aloonsotsai Guest House reviewed by appleseed024 (Total reviews: 3) on
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