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Le Bel Air Boutique Resort
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Reviewed August 6, 2016 via mobile

Lovely Hotel my favourite by far from my Laos travels. It has a lovely river view and is a 15minute walk to the main area - you do have to go over the old bridge though which is a bit rickety but I'm assured is safe.

The breakfasts has a large selections and runs until 10am!

Only negatives are that the entrance is awful. It is on the far side of Old Bridge so you have to drive all the way round (we got stuck as it had a moped only section and had to turn round) the entrance is hidden and appears as a construction site. Go down the dirt track on the right and there's a guards station and then the hotel opens up before you!

Rooms were great with full mosquito protection on windows and doors and mosquito netting over the beds. Bathroom was cool and you get robes and slippers

Free water and a safe in all rooms :-)

Stayed: August 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed August 5, 2016 via mobile

if you want a quiet place to stay in Luang Prabang , this is the place to go.
Across the river still quite close from the city centre, but not inthe midst of all the hundreds of shops & guesthouses.
Service is good, the staffs are very friendly.
They are building a swimming pool to be finished around oct 2016.
The standard room has a queen bed & a single bed... and a balcony!
I suggest you choose a room upstairs as the ones downstair has more possibilities for bugs to come in from their garden ( like my room).
Note on anyone staying here who choose to walk to city centre... do not come home too late, as you have to cross the old bridge and ut has no lights at all.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled solo
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Oun Z, Manager at Le Bel Air Boutique Resort, responded to this reviewResponded August 8, 2016

Dear Vidasylvia,

On behalf of management team I would like to thank you very much for your choosing our hotel for your visit Luangprabang and your time to review us on TripAdvisor and you can enjoy with our very nice swimming pool in your next return. see you next time.

Best regards.
Oun

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Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the Bel Air for two nights as we'd pre booked online. Turns out it would have been cheaper booking directly with the resort. The location is a little out of the main town center and has a lovely garden setting by the river. We found it expensive for what's offered compared to other places Luang Prabang. The room was a decent size, beds supremely comfy with full mosquito netting. TV reception was so poor we couldn't use it - that wasn't a big deal for us. They do include bike hire and a shuttle service in the rate. Note that you need to choose the bikes carefully as some were wonky and none suitable for kids. The breakfast had lots of bacon which pleased my 8 year old but the coffee was lousy which was a real shame considering the quality of the Lao brew.
The management were very responsive to guest requests and immediately replaced a shower head when we mentioned it was faulty.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
Thank NaddyLaloo
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Reviewed July 18, 2016

We stayed here in July and to be honest it wasnt great, the rooms are clean and it is affordable, the bikes are good quality but unfortunately the service wasnt very good during our stay. A couple of staff members being the manager and another young man at servie desk were friendly but overall service was poor. They are building a pool and we were told upon arrival that due to construction noise it is not good to be at the hotel between 8am and 7pm... not a good start. Pool would be great to cool off when finished so will be good when it is complete but for now was not great, the room we had was a villa with a balcony which was nice but the hotel is located a fair distance from town, it takes 10 minutes to ride into town across an old rickety bridge which is tough at night unless your a confident rider. Taxis have a long journey from town the hotel due to them not being able to use the moped bridge.

Room Tip: room with a balcony is better
  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed July 9, 2016

...most of the staff and it is simple not what it was before. I'm talking about small things, like the choice at breakfast, the quality of bakery, the maintenance in the rooms, the buildings and... - ...at the end we simple have to accept that the new owner follows also a new concept. Actual it looks like they don't care the building they bought around early 2015. Roofs of some building start to have holes (tiles are hanging loosely around), different items in the once beautiful bathrooms are not fixed, silicone around the shower tub needs to be renewed etc.. No doubt, it is still a beautiful place and some people will love the pool is told to be under construction in the garden. For me and my wife a pool in Luang Prabang is something we never would use - there are to many other things to do - like going by bicycle to the city, taking a ride to the waterfalls (having a dip there) and so on. However the prices of 2000 THB and more didn't made us feel such happy. A symbol of our stay was a Gerbera Flower in a vase in our room - it wasn't changed for three days, totally dry - simple a sad picture made us remember about our past stays when the management took care always these small details. We heard the old owners are on the way to built up a new hotel in Chompet district on the other side of the Mekhong and we're looking forward to move there on our next visits.

Stayed: April 2016
Thank Jacob S
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