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The problem with Vang Vieng is the whole place is a bit of a backpacking touristy hole. So, compared to that, the Elephant Crossing is ok. But, compared to the other accommodation we had in Laos, it's really very expensive and not that great.
Location is the best part of the hotel. Away from noisy bars and drunk Europeans, plus beautiful view from room and restaurant. Great patio for breakfast and dining. Rooms were dated and in need of some repair, no banket provided, there was a scratchy throw...More
Stayed here for two nights in Vang Vieng, which has beautiful scenery but a town that is totally ruined by the drink and drug fuelled scantily clad trashy tourists that it attracts. The town is filled with British, Irish and Australian backpackers who walk around...More
The rooms here are very average and need some work. What a shame as the view from the balcony is amazing. We looked out over the river with all the limestone castes in the background - so beautiful. The garden restaurant was lovely and breakfast...More
Stayed here on our trip to Laos. Described as basic in our tour guide. The room was not large and it is not the most luxurious but sitting on the balcony overlooking the river and the mountains behind made it a fantastic place to stay....More
US$35 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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