Khamphone Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhamphone Guest House Vang Vieng
We stayed at Amphone Guesthouse, right near all the action (cafes that sell everything, bars that ride above the law) and it was excellent value-for-money after the boutique prices of Luang Prabang. For 50,000 LAK I had a double bed, inside shower-and-toilet, WiFi; and there were bars on the window. It felt safe, was super-cheap, and near-luxury accommodation! (One of the guys in our group accidentally broke an old run-down coffee table, and the wife of the couple that run the place insisted he give her $45 US to 'fix' it - but I had no such problems.)
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