New Lao Paris Hotel

Address: Samsenthai Road, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Samsenthai Road, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Wat Mixay.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Lao Paris Hotel Vientiane

        Reviewed by tomstephtravel

        Great place for great price

        Reviewed Jul 6, 2013
        by (7 reviews) Thames and Temuka , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

        Got a room for a few buck more than a guesthouse. well worth it. People very nice. breakfast is free. They let us check in at 8am and gave us extra breakfast that day. close to all sites. Bus tickets slightly more expensive than a travel agent. Would stay again for sure

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews New Lao Paris Hotel Vientiane

        3.00 of 5 stars Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Vientiane

        Exploring Vientiane in the hot sun

        A travel blog entry by daniel.wise on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... in the sights along the way. Very happy to get that booked up. After a short rest at the hotel, Jonny has found an interesting restaurant called Makphet that has an interesting concept. The restaurant employs and trains orphans from Vientiane to cook, take orders and serve the food. The menu looks very authentically Laotian so we go along and manage to get a table straight away although it is busy. We order a ...

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        A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on Jun 12, 2015

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        ... a result of the Americans bombing Laos during the Vietnam War. During the was 19 billion tonnes or bombs were dropped on Laos as the Americans tried to prevent the communist party from gaining power and tried to destroy the Ho Chi Minh trail which was used to get supplies from northern Vietnam to the guerrillas in the south. The COPE Centre there is a small museum with exhibits about the damage done and what is being ...

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        A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 10, 2015

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        ... lunch break (fortunately a German artist restoring the almost 200 year old frescoes rescued us). We had taken almost no pictures thus far in Vientiane and here finally was a place worthy of a click or two, but it was not to be. We walked for hours past French colonial restored or derelict buildings, but maybe because we saw so many of them in other parts of Indochine we looked but shot not.

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        A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Feb 20, 2015

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        ... and old locals selling their fashion, electrical and general goods.

        We had booked a land crossing into Thailand, which should have been leaving today, but due to some conflicting information about visa exceptions for UK citizens via land crossings into Thailand we decided to fly instead. We wanted to make sure that we would be granted the appropriate length of stay in Thailand as we are in no mind to move once we arrive at our retreat! Strangely enough if you fly into Thailand, ...

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        A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 18, 2015

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        ... cars showing starkly the disparity between the haves, those benefiting from the new tourism, and the have nots, the agrarian subsistence farming villages that live without any meaningful money economy. Shops selling beautiful hand made textiles made by the Hmong are trying to create a trickle down effect in the economy but big money begets even bigger money and the difference is noticeably widening. I still see no Stalinist buildings ...