Douang Deuane Hotel
Comfort over style
What we say:
Despite its faded appearance, big Douang Deuane hotel still has some life left in it. The rooms aim for comfort over style with simple furnishings, old TVs, air-con, and clean attached bathrooms with hot water and tubs. Most of the rooms have a small balcony and, as this is one of the taller buildings around, the higher floors offer great city views. Rates include a simple breakfast at the hotel cafe and WiFi, though it only reached the first two floors at the time of our visit. All in all, if you don't mind the retro decor, the spaciousness of the rooms and included amenities make Douang Deuane one of the better value spots around.
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Contact details:Nokeo Koummane Rd. T: (021) 222 301-3 F: (021) 222 300
Email them at: DD_Hotel@hotmail.com
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Sgl air-con private b'room||120,000 kip||150,000 kip|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||170,000 kip||220,000 kip|
|Triple air-con private b'room||220,000 kip||280,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 4th July, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 17th September, 2013
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Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 5 ratings and 5 reviews
Always stay here
This is where we always stay when in Vientiane on business which is about every 4 - 6 weeks. Since Jan 2010 a modest breakfast buffet is included in the price as is free wi-fi in the lobby. Last year four rooms were added to each floor. The old bathtubs have been rejuvenated rather nicely and nylon shower curtains have helped reduce the mildew factor. Some older rooms are ready for a fresh coat of paint. They always use decent watt light bulbs. Also, each room has a mini safe in it. Even greater value now with breakfast, wi-fi, and safes included.
Douang Deuane Hotel reviewed by Rowbare (Total reviews: 2) on
Stayed there for 3 nights and really liked it! We had a double room in the 5th floor (they have an elevator now!) with a small balcony with and amazing view. The room was big and clean. Also the bathroom was perfectly ok, everything clean, no mold or anything else. The woman who seems to be the boss there spoke very good english, all the staff was nice and friendly. We paid 25$ per night.
Douang Deuane Hotel reviewed by sea2010 (Total reviews: 9) on
a short stay is ok
They offer free air port pick-up and drop-off (even at 5AM). The staff was helpful and spoke great English. There was no elevator in hotel, but they did carry our bags up for us. The room was nothing special, the wall paper was kind of grungy and peeling off. Bring shower shoes the bath tub had mold (and yes, it’s a western style bathroom with a tub and shower curtain…1st time I’ve seen one of those in SEA). There were not any bugs in the hotel. The air conditioning work well. There was a refrigerator in the room. The beds were hard (normal for SEA), but the pillows were amazing. We had two double beds for $23. We got into Vientiane at 1PM and had to leave at 5AM the next day. The hotel was perfect for the short amount of time we stayed there. But if we were going to stay longer, I think we would have changed hotels.
Douang Deuane Hotel reviewed by iwillfly525 (Total reviews: 5) on
We stayed there over new year and found it very pleasant, great breakfast and very good value. Clean, a bit run down but for the price, it's great. Staff were very helpful. We found good manners were always reciprocated.
Douang Deuane Hotel reviewed by e204820 (Total reviews: 1) on
Stayed here last night. It is possible to get the same type of accommodation (air-con, TV) in Vientiane for half this price. The hotel is pretty grubby, and is gloomy and unwelcoming. Give it a miss.
Douang Deuane Hotel reviewed by mavic (Total reviews: 4) on
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