Alisa Guesthouse

Address: 13 Rd, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 13 Rd, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlisa Guesthouse Pakse

Reviewed by griffalo

No wifi in room

Reviewed Sep 12, 2015
by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Lovely hotel but unfortunately could only get wifi in lobby, which is a little annoying when this place is more expensive than others locally

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TripAdvisor Reviews Alisa Guesthouse Pakse

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Pakse

Pakse :)

A travel blog entry by vicky.bills92 on Mar 26, 2016

32 photos

After an interesting 3 hour boat and bus ride from the islands, in which 2 people and a monk had to sit on plastic chairs in the aisle because they had overbooked the bus, we arrived in a the lovely Pakse. This is the first place we have been to in over a week that does not appear to hate tourists so we immediately liked it. Our hotel was LOVELY, …

Pakse, Laos

A travel blog entry by shayles on May 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

Yay, arrived into town almost on time today; unheard of in these countries... we were on a bus for tourists from the islands to Pakse and there were still people who had to sit on the floor in the aisle as tickets had been oversold. you honestly never know what you are going to get one trip to another.... Today there was a guy on the bus who had a couple of beers (about 640mls each here) with him and was sharing the bottle around the bus for people to ...

Pakse and Si Phan Don

A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Mar 04, 2014

The first real sleeper bus of my trip, there were no reclinable seats or adjustable beds, these were thin mattresses in separate compartments. I arrived at Pakse at 0700 and immediately set to the task of arranging a day trip the Bolaven Plateau. The tour included stops at waterfalls, textile markets, tea and coffee plantations, viewpoints and most ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Feb 15, 2014

117 photos

... the inhabitants were having their afternoon nap, but lots of kids and some old ladies greeted us, and one little boy of about three got very excited when he saw us and started waving madly and calling out "Sabaidee!" (hello).

There was nobody around for information, until a young boy saw us and motioned us to follow him. He brought an older man who could arrange a homestay for us. He showed us to a house nearby and introduced the father of the household, who name we sadly ...

Buddhist festivals and 4000 islands on the Mekong

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Feb 11, 2014

28 photos

... planning our time in Cambodia.
After a long lie-in we got some bikes and had an explore of the islands the next afternoon, before celebrating our last dinner in Laos with a delicious dinner of fish in banana leaves (although it is actually the national dish of Cambodia) washed down with one or two (but actually three!) delicious Lao Lao (rice whisky) Mojitos!

Had a wonderful 3 weeks in the favourite country of the trip so far. Cambodia here we come..

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