VILLA MALY

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In the heart of Asia’s “best preserved city,” there is Villa Maly. A residence. An oasis. A destination unto itself. Once the home of Lao royalty, today Villa Maly is an exquisite boutique hotel, ensconced by a profusion of tropical flora. Its rooms evoke the sudued elegance and creative flourishes of yesterday’s aristocrats. Its wonderful situation, in an enclave of classic old homes, will embed itself in your dreams of Luang Prabang.

Description of VILLA MALY
In the heart of Asia’s “best preserved city,” there is Villa Maly. A residence. An oasis. A destination unto itself. Once the home of Lao royalty, today Villa Maly is an exquisite boutique hotel, ensconced by a profusion of tropical flora. Its rooms evoke the sudued elegance and creative flourishes of yesterday’s aristocrats. Its wonderful situation, in an enclave of classic old homes, will embed itself in your dreams of Luang Prabang.
Massages and facials are now being added to the already luxurious residence. The opening of the spa adds another layer of relaxation to supplement the dazzling stays

 

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The 33 guest rooms of the Villa Maly occupy five different buildings, including Plumeria, which was once the home of a royal Lao family. Each was designed as individual grace notes, to be inhabited by guests for a day, or three, or a week at a time, and then to inhabit that same guest’s memory for years to come.
Common to each and every room are the trappings of Luang Prabang’s inimitable architectural appeal. Parquet floors, furnishings of tropical hardwood and in some, open timber-framed ceilings. European aesthetics are also at large at Maly. Marelli fans. Four-poster beds. And classic arrangements.
As for the baths, well, you’ve never seen baths like those at the Villa Maly.


Superior Rooms

Superior rooms look out over the garden or the pool from each of the five villas in the Maly cluster. Some rooms feature two beds, others a single king, but that’s where the similarities end. Each room is a project unto itself, with distinctive carpets and artwork. Private verandas complement five of the superior rooms.

Deluxe Rooms
Views from four of the five exquisite deluxe rooms take in the pool. Another opens to the eminence of Mt. Phou Si. With king beds, wonderfully subdued colors and ample natural light, the deluxe rooms rank as the villa’s most exquisite accommodation. One of the deluxe rooms accommodates guests in Maly’s historic residence, Plumeria.

In Room
Air-conditioning
Wi-fi
Direct Dialing (Domestic and International)
Mini-Bar
Safe
Flat Screen TV
Coffee and Tea

The Grounds
At the heart of Maly, there is water. The villas surround the pool and deck, ensconcing sun bathers and swimmers in a marvelous hideaway. Stepping stones drift through Maly’s tropical grounds, bordered by a wonderful array of tropical plant life — frangipanis, ginger, orchids, lilies gardenias and others. It is a place to linger, a destination unto itself.

3. Restaurants and Lounges

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Dining on the mighty Mekong is to being in Luang Prabang what walking over the Brooklyn Bridge is to being in New York. Essential. To ensure you don’t ‘miss the boat’, we’ve launched the Nava Mekong, the foremost regular dinner cruise opportunity in the royal capital.
The cruise embarks daily at 5:30 pm and motors downstream to moor near a traditional village where traditional Lao dancers perform age-old sets that include interpretations of the royal ballet, rural life, folk tales and legends. The boat returns at 9 pm.
Widened at the beam to accommodate 10 four-top tables, the traditional Lao river boat also embarks every morning at 10:30 am for a four-hour lunch cruise. During this cruise, the Nava stops at the Pak Ou Caves for adventuring among the 5,000 sacred Buddhist statues and images scattered about the two limestone grottoes.

Le Vetiver
Villa May’s own culinary options are a good base for exploration. The hotel’s kitchen serves a mix of Western and Eastern dishes, from Italian favorites, beefsteak from New Zealand and local fish to green curry, fried glass noodles prepared Lao style and Chinese fried rice. We do soups, salads and sandwiches as well. Though our menu is not extensive, what we do we do well. Likewise, our wine list. It’s short but vibrant, with excellent vintages from Europe to Australia.
So where to go from here. At present, we’re steering guests in several notable directions.

Maly Bar
On the ground floor of Plumeria at Villa Maly, there is Mouhot’s. A bar, yes. But it’s more than that. It’s an out-of-the way watering hole for those who want a quiet drink, and those inclined to lift a glass in the memory of the bar’s namesake, Henri Mouhot. After the French naturalist Mouhot rediscovered Angkor, he traveled through Luang Prabang and fell prey to malaria. You don’t have to worry about malaria at the Villa Maly. But rest assured, there is plenty of quinine (tonic water) behind our bar!

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