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Settha Palace Hotel, Vientiane, Laos

November 9, 2016 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , ,

Settha Palace Hotel

This 5-star hotel in old town Vientiane evokes colonial luxury with charming décor and high-class customer service.

Settha Palace Hotel - Vientiane - Laos

Settha Palace Hotel - Vientiane - Laos

This 5-star hotel is a classic style luxury accommodation that harks back to the glorious times of French colonial Indochina. Situated in the heart of the old town center, Settha Palace combines old world charming décor with high-class customer service. The 29 spacious guest rooms and suites are elegantly appointed with marble tiled bathrooms.

Settha Palace Hotel - Vientiane - Laos

Settha Palace is located within walking distance of the Mekong and main tourist areas of Vientiane. However, the hotel is a destination in itself. There is the Belle Époque restaurant featuring French Asian Fusion cuisine and a banquet room seating up to 130 persons for business meetings or special occasions. A vast garden and green areas in combination with the relaxing pool and spa invite guests to spend time at the hotel.

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