"Luxury boutique hotel with a fabulous spa located at the heart of the Unesco World Heritage site of Luang Prabang, Laos."
Need to know
- 23 rooms
- Luang Prabang, Laos
- Check-out time is at noon but there is a degree of flexibility.
- The hotel is open all year round.
- Reservations email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vintage Mercedes limousine service
- Mekong river sunset cruise
- Bottomless Laotian whiskey provided with dinner
- Complimentary mini-bar
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Transform your check-in into a luxury experience with a welcome massage in reception.
Ask Lan about his past living as a Buddhist monk. Getting an insiders view into monastic life was perhaps the most fascinating part of our trip.
Luang Prabang is situated at the confluence of the Mekong and the Nam Khan river. The Burasari lies on the bank of the Nam Khan, in a location that is both peaceful and close to the best tourist attractions and restaurants. On the opposite side of the river, ancient Buddhist temples can be seen nestled amidst verdant jungle and a short walk along a bamboo bridge takes you to a restaurant where one can feast on a delicious Laotian buffalo barbeque.
The hotel itself is delightful, its design inspired by both French colonial architecture and the traditional Laotian teakwood house. The rooms are spacious and exquisitely furnished. Laos is often described as the ‘Land of A Thousand Smiles’ and the staff did not disappoint in this respect. They were attentive, charming, fun and offered very personalized service and care.
Guests will also have the joy of being chauffeured around by a fleet of black vintage Mercedes and have access to an award-winning spa. The restaurant provides a diverse array of South East Asian cuisine and the guest is always free to sample Laotian whisky from the bar. The Mekong river sunset-cruise is an absolute must and the market tour and cookery class both come highly recommended.
Luang Prabang itself is surreal in its beauty. Monks in orange robes stream along the streets and their eerie chants fill the air at dusk. The jungle feels ever close and the yet winding backstreets have an almost Mediterranean charm about them. A short tuk tuk ride away lie the enchanting Kuang Si falls alongside bear and elephant sanctuaries. For those in search of romance and adventure, Luang Prabang and the Burasari Heritage are not to be missed.