A luxury colonial hotel in the heart of bustling Vientiane
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History & culture | Relaxation
Settha Palace, a classic colonial hotel, has character, charm and refinement in spades. The hotel is located in the centre of Vientiane, within walking distance of the commercial district, shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. It’s only 15 minutes’ drive from Laos Wattay International Airport, and 25 minutes’ drive from Thangaleng on the Laos side of the Mekong River and the border bridge to Thailand.
Accommodation here exudes elegance, with all rooms and suites facing the hotel pool and gardens. Deluxe Rooms have a distinctly colonial feel, with high ceilings and wooden floors. The Junior Suite offers additional space and has its own living/dining area. Executive Suites are larger still, offering a separate guest bathroom and a spacious living room complete with full sofa set and large LCD TV. All rooms feature rosewood furniture and Italian marbled bathrooms with separate baths and showers.
The Belle Époque Restaurant serves French food in a classic European-style, fine-dining restaurant. With warm décor and cosy seating, it provides the ideal atmosphere to enjoy a delicious French dinner accompanied by a fabulous array of wines. The Belle Époque Lounge Bar is located in a decades-old wooden colonial building, where you can enjoy a drink and a snack. Alternatively, try relaxed poolside dining, visit the Sidewalk Café, or the Private Dining Room.
Lounge on chairs by the pool with fresh towels and a sumptuous snack. Alternatively, enjoy some of the activities and sights nearby. The Laos National Museum, Kaysone Phomvihane Museum, and the Laos People’s Army History Museum are all close by. Other options include golf, visiting the Laos County Club, or going to the Buddha Park.
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The route from Luang Prabang in the north to the capital Vientiane takes you through a dramatic landscape of gently meandering rivers, tall limestone karst formations, craggy caves and waterfalls.
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