Ideally located on the bank of the Nam Song River, multi-award winning Riverside Boutique Resort is a luxury hotel with charm and character. It is laid out around one of the most inviting swimming pools to be found in Laos, and offers stunning views of the surrounding lush landscapes and forest-clad limestone mountains.
Thirty-four rooms with large balconies are located within the tranquil gardens. Each has a stylish and subtly different design that combines exotic wood and rattan furniture, soft furnishings reflecting the traditions of eight Lao ethnic groups, and authentic art and craftwork by local artists and artisans.
In addition to celebrating the cultural and natural diversity of Laos, the Resort is an invitation to relaxation and serenity that will never fail to charm those looking for peace and romance.
The center of town is a ten-minute walk away, and a small bamboo bridge next to the property leads to a quiet village on the western bank. It is a perfect departure point to explore the countryside on foot or bicycle.
- 28 Deluxe rooms (approximate size: 32 square meters) with private balcony, with a river, mountain and/or swimming pool view. All rooms are luxuriously designed and equipped with wooden furniture. They are located in five two-story buildings, each with a different theme and exclusive fabrics and artefacts that reflect the wealth and beauty of five different ethnic groups (Akha, Hmong, Katu, Lanten, Tai Lao)
- 2 Superb Suites (approximate size: 64 square meters) luxuriously designed and equipped with wooden furniture. The suites display exclusive fabrics and artefacts from the Tai Daeng and Yao ethnic groups. They each benefit from a private wrap-around balcony, facing the garden and swimming pool on one side, and facing the Nam Song river and Vang Vieng’s limestone mountains on the other side.
- 4 Classic Rooms (approximate size: 32 square meters), with individual balconies facing a small yard, are luxuriously designed and equipped with wooden furniture and exclusive fabrics and artefacts from the Tai Lue ethnic group