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Sufficient for a quick stop-over for a night. A 5 minute walk to the junction where the night market begins. Make sure you inform your transport that it is near the post office as Sisavangvong Road is quite long. We got dropped off at the...More
I spent twelve nights at the Sayo Naga, and it was more than satisfactory. Everything (plumbing, air conditioning, even wifi) worked well, and though not fancy, it was comfortable and -- by Lao standards -- quiet. There were occasional barking dogs, and one day I...More
Had a private room upstairs. Very spacious and big bathroom with separate shower and the best water pressure. Fan and air con. Refrigerator and little tables around to put stuff. The bed had memory foam or something since we had trouble getting up every morning...More
Very accommodating staff, even down to disposing of hairy killer spider that the rain brought in! The cleaners are spotless and I felt part of the family. The breakfast is fine and the sheets smell great. Close to all features with great restaurants nearby.
Sayo Naga offers a very decent stay in Luang Prabang. Location is excellent just off the main road in a quiet side street. Rooms a clean and big and the ones with balcony are the best. Price is very affordable in Luang Prabang - no...More
US$19 - US$35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"My upstairs room was fine, but the railing on the stairs was wobbly. Someone with balance issues might be..."