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Recommended acomodation in Viantien

  • ofirbrill

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    30th April, 2009
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    Can some one recommend me of one?
    I'm looking for a place 5-15 USD with Aircon and Hot water
    Thank you!

    #1 Posted: 30/4/2009 - 20:51

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  • seagypsy

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    If you're solo, you might be able to get a single room at the ever popular Mali Namphu on Pangkham Street, the same central area street that has the Nam Phu Fountain and which also runs down to the Mekong River one block away. There prices are usually higher than U$15 for a single during peak season but with it being slow season now, their rates might be a little more negotiable. The singles are small but with en suite bathroom, TV and AC. Breakfast is usually included but you can also pay less without.
    Or next door is another popular guesthouse, actually two GHs but operated as one with a central lobby, called Phone Paseuth/Pangkham Hotel.
    Tuk Tuk drivers are very familiar with all 3 above.
    But there are a number of GHs that are within your range and quite a number between the streets that run parallel going down to the Mekong in the central tourist district. YOu can pay as little as U$6 for a room with bathroom but NO AC or TV.

    #2 Posted: 1/5/2009 - 06:37

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    Have you looked at the accommodation listings in our coverage of Vientiane ? Lot's in there too!

    #3 Posted: 1/5/2009 - 09:11

  • chicho83

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    30th December, 2008
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    Posted from within Vietnam.

    Mixay Guesthouse was fine, alright rooms, very central, near restraunts and the water front. They give you free coffee all day, eggs and as much toast as you can eat in the morning and cakes in the afternoon. I thought it was good anyhow. was always really busy so best to give them a call and book.

    #4 Posted: 1/5/2009 - 17:46

  • ofirbrill

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    How much cost a night at Mixay?

    #5 Posted: 1/5/2009 - 20:21

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