City Inn Vientiane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Inn Vientiane
The City Inn is in a good location but we got off to a rough start with the hotel saying I had broke the key and I owed them $10 before I could get a new one.... They are electronic key cards and I hadn't even set foot in my room with the bell man there assiting me before the card broke in half from extreme over use. Just not a good wat to start by having to argue that I was not the cause of the problem. Good breakfast buffet; quiet rooms.
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... very jealous of their pool. The 4 of us headed out for a late lunch before we needed to go to the airport. We found a place to eat and enjoyed spending our last hours in Laos with Glenn and Soph. After a sad goodbye, we walked back to collect our bags and get a taxi to the airport. We successfully checked-in and headed through security without much hassle and had an hour and a half to kill before boarding. Jack's ear has ...
... Wat Si Saket, the oldest temple in Vientiane (built in 1818) which is home to over 300 aging Buddha statues made of stone, wood and bronze and over 2,000 silver and ceramic Buddhas sitting in hundreds of impressions in the walls.
South East Asia has been a thoroughly enjoyable stage of our world travel experience. The food, the sights, the scenery, the smells, the sounds, the adrenaline activities, the ...
... single pods and looked roomy and comfortable enough. There were however two sets at the back with had three beds together- which is ok if you know everyone you're sleeping with! We finally got on the bus and looked for our seats, we walked and walked and walked and finally found them; yep you guessed it, we were in the three!! And the bottom one too which meant you couldn't sit up without bending your neck. Thankfully no one joined us!! We got on our way shortly ...
... up with those!
Laos is undoubtedly developing, some new, nice cars share the road with mopeds carrying families. New housing is being built (mainly around government projects, such as the hydro power station's). But not all technology is familiar here. Luang Prabang has an airport, but it doesn't have any traffic lights. And in the shopping centre here in Vientiane we encountered the only escalators that we have seen in Laos. Clearly it is a new ...
... in Laos so I couldn't understand it, but from the reaction of the locals the message was not good. Just as I was about to ask someone my friend from before all of a sudden turned up behind me to tell me the flight was delayed until 4pm that afternoon - wft!! Apparently due to the fog the plane couldn't land into Phonsavan from Vientiane and therefore the plane was sent on another route instead and wouldn't return until around 4pm that afternoon. I was a little annoyed ...