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I am a frequent traveller to Vientiane and will be the first person to say I really am not too impressed with the city. That being said I have stayed at the AV Hotel several times (possibly 6 in the last 12 months) and have...More
Good location and free airport pick ups. Rooms are basic, with no supply. Only one towel, and no toiletries. Charge a phone call at reception to contact tour operator without letting customer know before hand. It was a surprise at check out and the staff...More
Quite expensive for what it is, but okay for a few nights. The rooms are clean, and the breakfast is acceptable. The hotel is within walking distrance from both the bus station and morning market as well as the river and city center. There is...More
Good WiFi, big rooms, and nice bed. That's it! Barely adequate hot water, zero views, noisy from street and from thin walls.... But worst of all is the completely unmotivated, untrained, and uncaring staff. I don't expect front desk staffers in developing countries to have...More
The laundry check list is split in two parts. One part dry cleaning and the other wash/iron. I handed them my custom made sports jacket marked for dry cleaning. It came back having been only washed and ironed with an obviously to hot iron marking...More
We didn't make a point of watching TV but noted that a number of channels were available via cable. Hotels subscribe to cable/satellite feeds and sometimes the management can be persuaded to change what channels... More
We didn't make a point of watching TV but noted that a number of channels were available via cable. Hotels subscribe to cable/satellite feeds and sometimes the management can be persuaded to change what channels are available by popular demand. There were English channels available if I recall - like CNN and some Asian networks.