Popular with tour groups
What we say:
You come to Saise for a bit more luxury than what is standard at Tad Lo and they generally deliver. The most expensive rooms come with air-con, plush beds on hardwood floors, massive bathrooms with hot water showers, bathtub and Western toilet. The cheaper rooms are simple bungalows and don't really fit in with the overall style of the place. The more expensive rooms vary in modernity and it's important to ask for a newer one as they feel much better inside. This place is a Thai tour group hotspot – some days it's empty, other days it's full. Best to come on an empty day. Restaurant on-site.
Contact details:Tad Lo.
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Bungalow air-con private b'room||180,000 kip||180,000 kip|
|Bungalow fan private b'room||60,000 kip||60,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 7th December, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 12th April, 2013
Read Saise Guesthouse reviews
Rated 2 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
We stayed in the Green House which was more affordable than the stand alone huts however provided the best views in the resort, perched right above the falls. Literally jump over your balcony fence and in a few moments you'll be wading in the pools above the falls edge! We normally opt for the budget options however the position of this resort compared to the cheaper options perched along the murky river bed was too good to pass up. The rooms in the Green House are more than adequate, clean and comfy double bed with mozzie net. Be around at dusk or dawn to watch the working elephants bath from your balcony. Restaurant was sufficient considering the isolation and the beer was icy cold. Highly recommended.
Saise Guesthouse reviewed by tuna (Total reviews: 2) on
Accommodation with appeal
We stayed in one of the more expensive units, which was a fair walk down a dark trail to the restaurant. We had a huge and comfortable room, definitely on the rustic side, but with appeal. This place is not for those looking for more conventional lodging. The restaurant was just-okay, and not all that close to the falls, tho' they could be seen thru the trees.
Saise Guesthouse reviewed by judyno (Total reviews: 2) on
Do not stay in cheap huts
Do not consider the cheap bungalows they offer from US$6-8. They are dark, not well appointed, and the screens are not maintained, allowing rats into the room. While we were viewing the room I saw rat droppings on the bed, and a rat ran through the window screen into the room. Unsurprisingly we didn't stay there but got a concrete room at the Siphaseuth instead, which was great value at $7.
Saise Guesthouse reviewed by GandN (Total reviews: 9) on
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