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Photo of Malany HotelMalany Hotel

Another flashpacker pick

Main road, Vang Vieng T: (023) 511 632 F: (023) 511 740   malanyvangvieng@gmail.com

Malany Hotel

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Opened in November 2012, this hotel is one of the newer style multi-storey monoliths that have become so prevalent in Vang Vieng over the years.

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Despite its businesslike exterior, Malany Hotel is actually a fantastic deal for flashpackers. The rooms are all naturally well lit by the windows connecting to the balcony, the beds are hard but feature crisp white linen, the TVs are flatscreen cable jobs and each room has WiFi access. Very high ceilings make it feel spacious. The rooms also come with air-con, tiny fridges, bedside table and very clean hot water bathrooms. The ground floor rooms have security bars on the windows. It’s a functional kind of place rather than a stylish or charming one, but it does this job very well. It’s located beside Inthira, the main entrance is on the side of the building. Breakfast is included in the rate.

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Walk-in rates at Malany Hotel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
150,000 kip
150,000 kip
Room: Standard double room, low season: 150,000 kip, high season 150,000 kip. Notes:

Where is Malany Hotel

Malany Hotel
Main road, Vang Vieng
T: (023) 511 632 F: (023) 511 740  
malanyvangvieng@gmail.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 102º26'57.96" E, 18º55'26.75" N
Room rates: US$10 to 20

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