Savanbanhao Hotel

Address: Senna Road, Savannakhet, 1300, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Senna Road, Savannakhet, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsSavanbanhao Hotel Savannakhet

        Reviewed by cdnski12

        Decent Room at a good price

        Reviewed Nov 9, 2011
        by (2 reviews) Ban Dung, Thailand & Trail, BC, Canada , Thailand Flag of Thailand

        Large comfy room. Huge basic bathroom. Large fridge & wardrode cabinet. No mossies. Convenient to town center & Khong River. Many parked cars for adjacent KAreokee Bar; but bar noise not noticeable. Had 2 comfy nights here. Other budget hotels were dumps.

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Savanbanhao Hotel Savannakhet

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair
         

        Travel Blogs from Savannakhet

        One night in Savannakhet

        A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on May 14, 2015

        6 photos

        ... lining 2 day 1 night adventure so off we went to find the office. I needed to get new shoes as the ones I previously bought just give me blisters. Found a paid for 200 000 kiep after originally being quoted 400 000. Took them and went back to book, but then needed to find a bank, so 3rd time lucky we finally booked our tour. Back to the hotel, each with a bottle of wine, we spent half the night ...

        Last entry- Home time!

        A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Feb 28, 2015

        5 photos

        ... He wrote out his introduction, a page and a half, and then asked if I would mind having a quick look at it.

        No problems!

        However, when Google Translate has not done its job correctly, and English grammar being a relatively new concept to him… it makes deciphering sentences quite tricky! I ended up spending two days working on the introduction, trying to understand what he wanted to say, how this should be said, and then writing it in a way that didn’t sound ...

        Installment 8

        A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Feb 21, 2015

        20 photos

        ... in what they were growing and how they were operating. Some farms are trialing forages (grasses and legumes) and seeing great success. Many plan to expend their forage plots in the coming year. The forages are fed to their high-return livestock. Forages offer greater nutrients to the livestock, making for healthier and larger animals, with a better price at market. Farmers are primarily raising cattle, buffalo, goats, and fish. Ducks, chickens and pigs are usually few in numbers and ...

        Installment 7

        A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Feb 06, 2015

        17 photos

        ... Only a few of the staff actually showed up, and those that did just came by to pop their head in before heading out again.

        I had lunch at Lyn’s café with Madaline, Gayson and La, two Lao women who speak English well and have taken us under their wings.

        After building the website over the past few days, I was unfortunately told this afternoon that it has been decided that the project name will change. For some unmentioned reason, the project will no ...

        Installment 6

        A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Jan 24, 2015

        32 photos

        ... on the river, with a Lao country-and-western style band playing.

        11.01.15

        Wat Si Saket, built in 1819 is believed to be Vientiane’s oldest surviving temple. Thousands of Buddha figures line the walls of the temples, all slightly distinctive. The main hall has brilliant paintings on the walls of long past battles, feasts, and festivals. Unfortunately, damp and salts are deteriorating the walls from the ground upwards, so works are being down to repair and ...