Description of Paksé Hotel Paksé Hotel was the first big building constructed under the supervision of Chao Boon Oum, last King of Southern Lao. In 1962, it became a cinema and casino and was the heart of life in Pakse, hosting festivals and major events for the entire population. Totally renovated in 2003, the hotel […]
Description of Paksé Hotel
Paksé Hotel was the first big building constructed under the supervision of Chao Boon Oum, last King of Southern Lao. In 1962, it became a cinema and casino and was the heart of life in Pakse, hosting festivals and major events for the entire population.
Totally renovated in 2003, the hotel has a perfect location in the centre of Paksé, within walking distance from the Mekong River, banks, all services, shops and VIP bus station to Vientiane. Also, the international aiport is only 3 km away, allowing quick connections to Vientiane, Savannakhet, Luang Prabang, Bangkok, Siem Reap and soon Ho-Chi-Minh city (Saïgon). Paksé Hôtel reaches now international standards in terms of accommodation, catering and services.
In Paksé Hôtel, the Lao-French couple owning and running the place since its reopening has mixed the local traditional cultural influences and the French Indochina spirit. The cozy rooms, the roof-top restaurant and its exceptional panoramic view on the whole city, the kindness and availability of the staff will make your stay enjoyable and unforgettable.
Rooms & Amenities
Air-ConditioningSatellite TV Telephone
Superior Rooms are 22 sqm with city views. They are fitted with a double bed or 2 single beds. Bathrooms have a bathtub with an overhead shower.
ROOM IN PAKSE HOTEL
* Hotel Facilities
Banquet & Conference
Restaurants & Bars
Our restaurant Le Patioh de Noy offers an excellent Lao traditional food, as well as Western and Thai specialities.
Our roof-top restaurant Le Panorama is the ideal place for a drink on sunset time or for a romantic dinner overlooking the Mekong and the city lights.
We can also cater for groups at special price and organize private parties up to 300 persons with musical entertainment and traditional dances show in Le Grand Hall Paksé, our banquet room which is the former theater of Paksé.