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This was an average place but I guess for USD25, one can't complain too much.
The room we were shown smelled of smoke (as do lots of rooms in Laos) but after leaving the door open for a while it got better. Yes, we did...More
I stayed at the Phonepaseud Hotel for one night on a business trip based on a colleagues recommendation. It was about as expected - mediocre with a few redeeming qualities. I probably will look for somewhere else closer to the center of town during my...More
We spent only one night there in transit in savannakhet. It does the job to sleep but definitely too expansive for the service. 30 dollars for room with AC and TV but decoration like a grand mother house! Located quite far from city center. Breakfast...More
I, my wife, her mother and her brother with girlfriend stayed for one night at the Phonepaseud Hotel in Savannakhet, Laos in April 2013 and were confused by the stay to say the least.
Why the confusion?
1. The rooms / bungalows we stayed in...More
We stayed in a "standard" room where the ceiling came down in parts and the bathroom tiles fell off the wall. The room was fairly large and so was the bathroom, but the interior was a bit outdated. The fridge made more noise than the...More
US$14 - US$21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Check the rooms and bathrooms if they are falling apart or if you are one of the lucky ones and get one of..."