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25th June, 2010
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Looking for a memorable getaway?
Come to PHONEPASEUD HOTEL in Savannakhet , Lao PDR!
Here, you'll get the best of everything. Our inn offers all the amenities of an upscale hotel, but in a cozy, intimate setting. Each of our rooms is decorated with luxury in mind.
A variety of room sizes and features are available including king, queen-size or double size beds, private baths, balconies, refrigerators, cable TV and more.
Please ask us for group packages!
- About Us
Our company is based on the belief that our customers needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
Savannakhet town is situated on the banks of the Mekong river opposite Mukdaharn in Thailand. The province bridges the country between Thailand and Vietnam and the town is a very active junction for trade between the two countries. The town itself can be easily explored by foot and has a number of interesting temples, including Vietnamese temple and school and a large Catholic church. Much of the town's architecture is French Colonial.
Lao Airlines flies to Savannakhet from Vientiane - for flight information, please click here for Lao Airlines flight schedule.
You can reach Savannakhet by boat from the north (Vientiane, Tha Khek) or the south (Pakse), although these services change regularly.
Buses run several times a day from Vientiane, Tha Kek and Pakse. The journey takes up to nine hours from Vientiane.
From Thailand - Mukdaharn
Savannakhet is a designated international border checkpoint, although visas are available on arrival. You will need a visa in advance if you stay for more than 30 days. The Friendship Bridge #2 runs from Mukdaharn to Savannakhet.
From Vietnam - Lao Bao
The Vietnamese border town of Lao Bao can be reached 180km west of Savannakhet on Route 9. Tourists can freely pass between Laos and Vietnam, but note that visas are required in advance by both countries.
56 Santisouk Road
Please call for reservations!
Office:+856 (41) 212-158
+856 (41) 212-190
Fax: +856 (41) 212-196
#1 Posted: 26/6/2010 - 11:46
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