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Photo of Villa ChampaVilla Champa

Cheerful guesthouse

Sisavang Vattana Rd, Ban Vat Nong T: (071) 253 555 F: (071) 260 252   villachampa@yahoo.com
http://www.villachampa.com

Villa Champa

Our rating:
3.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

In a cheerfully sunny yellow building set one block back from the Mekong riverfront, Villa Champa is a warm and welcoming spot.

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The hotel is well maintained and nicely painted. The rooms are bright and clean with big beds, crisp white linens and colourful accent pillows straight from the Hmong market. All rooms have air-con, TVs and attached bathrooms with powerful showers. You pay more for the upstairs rooms which are bigger and some open onto the balcony which in itself makes it worth the upgrade. Staff are accommodating and you can usually negotiate a few dollars off the price tag.

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Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.


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Villa Champa

Sisavang Vattana Rd, Ban Vat Nong
T: (071) 253 555 F: (071) 260 252  
villachampa@yahoo.com
http://www.villachampa.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 102º8'17.52" E, 19º53'38.4" N
Room rates: US$20 to 50

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