Settha Palace Hotel

6 Pang Kham Street, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6 Pang Kham Street, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Vat Phou Temple.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSettha Palace Hotel Vientiane

    Reviewed by wareameye

    Prepare to be Pampered

    Reviewed Nov 13, 2013
    by (24 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

    One of the grand hotels of the city. It has excellent service, although some of the rooms are dated and the air conditioning struggles to keep up with the city's famous "hot" and "hotter" climate. (I am encamped in one such room.) Be sure to request one of the updated rooms. Breakfast is spectacular, and the restaurant service impeccable. A great oasis in the city!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Settha Palace Hotel Vientiane

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Vientiane

    A Capital City - Vientiane

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 13, 2013

    14 photos

    Our tour today includes the highlights of the Capital of Laos, Vientiane. We begin at the most important national monument, the Great Stupa (Pha That Luang), believed to hold a relic of the Buddha. Full moon is in a few days, and the site is being prepared for the That Luang Festival, when thousands of monks come from all over the country to …

    A Day on the Mekong River

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 12, 2013

    15 photos

    We are fortunate for another blue-sky day for our cruise on the Mekong River to its confluence with the Ou River. At this place there is a system of caves where local people hid their holy relics for safe-keeping during the war with Burma in the 1500's. Today it is still a repository of Buddha statues, with over 3,000 in the lower caves, and 1,000 …

    Goodbye Laos

    A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Feb 16, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

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    Laos Visa Run

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypurdon on Jan 15, 2014

    17 photos

    ... and finally to the Thai Embassy. This was probably a rip off, but we didn’t know what else to do, so we paid and went on our way.

    After getting our passports stamped at Thai customs, we crossed the “Friendly Bridge” from Thailand to Laos.

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