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Infinity Pool View of UNESCO Heritage Town

March 18, 2011 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

Shintamani

The delightful Shintamani Luang Prabang is soft opening now. It is scheduled to be fully ready in late April this year.

Khiri Travel Laos loves the Shintamani for its 360° panorama view of Luang Prabang. The view from the hilltop infinity pool overlooks the UNESCO World Heritage site. And each guest room has a superlative view too.

The luxury property features 54 rooms and suites, including four pool villas and various facilities including a café, bar, restaurant, gym, spa, meeting room and hospitality school – managed by Ady Jaya, former manager of 3 Nagas by Alila in Luang Prabang:

Ady says, “With uninterrupted 360° views of the area, including local temples and a glimpse of the majestic Mekong River, the hotel promises to be a compelling destination for visitors to Luang Prabang.”

Khiri Travel Laos has great rates. Khiri Travel Laos recommends the place for small groups and high-end clients. View the Luang Prabang View Hotel (formerly Shinta Mani) here.

Note: the Shinta Mani Luang Prabang changed its name to Luang Prabang View Hotel.

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