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4B (road to Muang Khoun, 1 km north of Route 13, Paksan T: (020) 5655 3054 

Vilaysack Hotel

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Vilaysack Hotel is a bland but serviceable hotel one kilometre north of Route 13, on Road 4B leading north out of town.

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Rooms are typical of a Lao budget hotel, a box formed by tile floor and solid walls filled up with wooden furniture like wardrobe and desk with your choice of fan or air-con. The wet room-style bathroom has hot water. The tall ceilings, in-room kettle, general tidiness, WiFi and the friendly, patient proprietress are all selling points.

BK Guesthouse is more geared to foreign backpackers and there’s no reason to choose Vilaysack over it or Saymongkhoune, which is closer to the bus station and market. From Vilaysack it’s a two-kilometre hike to the bus station. Still, this is another Paksan accommodation option that’s okay for a night before breezing onward.

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Walk-in rates at Vilaysack Hotel

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dbl fan private bathroom
60,000 kip
60,000 kip
Dbl air-con private bathroom
80,000 kip
80,000 kip
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 60,000 kip, high season 60,000 kip. Notes:
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 80,000 kip, high season 80,000 kip. Notes:

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Where is Vilaysack Hotel

Vilaysack Hotel
4B (road to Muang Khoun, 1 km north of Route 13, Paksan
T: (020) 5655 3054 
Coordinates (for GPS): 103º38'37.84" E, 18º24'10.78" N
Room rates: Under US$10

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