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Photo of Thaveesinh HotelThaveesinh Hotel

Not bad, but overpriced

Huay Xai T: (084) 211 502, (89) 264 6978

Thaveesinh Hotel

There's nothing wrong with the rooms at the concrete multistorey monolith that is Thaveesinh.

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Photo of Thaveesinh Hotel It's just that they're a bit bland for the price and the bed coverings are of the same quality as the cheapie places in town – gaudy and dated. Rooms have standard Lao beds with poor quality sheets, old TVs, hot water bathrooms that could do with more light and some have old air-con units. Free WiFi is also available, but as with most places in town, it's patchy in the rooms. If the rooms were 20,000 kip cheaper, we'd recommend this alongside the likes of Friendship, but at these rates it's slightly overpriced. Kaupjai Guesthouse is the same price and far better. Thaveesinh is located directly opposite the Gibbon Experience office.

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Last updated on 12th October, 2016.

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Dbl fan private bathroom
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120,000 kip
120,000 kip
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 100,000 kip, high season 100,000 kip. Notes:
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 120,000 kip, high season 120,000 kip. Notes:

Thaveesinh Hotel
Huay Xai
T: (084) 211 502, (89) 264 6978

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