Vientiane Laos Intercontinental Hotel
Hotels & Resorts continue to lead resorts to exciting new destinations in Asia, in one of ASEAN's smallest countries. The SureStay Hotel Best Western in Vientiane was designed by the same team that manages the luxury hotels in Hong Kong and Singapore. It consists of 68 rooms and suites, each with a bed that invites you to sleep and a refreshing bathroom with a private shower.
Guests can enjoy shopping and dining, take a short walk through downtown Vientiane and explore the main attractions nearby. Buddha Park is also worth a visit, but you will have to take a bus or other means of transport if you are. The hotel also offers beautiful views of the city, the Mekong River and the mountains.
Vientiane is often described as a large rural city, but if you are coming from Bangkok or Ho Chi Minh City and feel sleepy, you can extend your trip by visiting Vang Vieng Luang Prabang, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The new train will then allow you to travel inland by train to Veng Viang Lueng Prabsang and then extend the journey to other tourist attractions such as Phnom Penh, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Phang Nga. While Thailand is building a new high-speed railway line between Bangkok and Thonburi (Thailand's second largest city), it is not yet possible to get an express train from Vientsiane to Bangkok. You can also travel to Thailand by bus, train, bus or bus to and from Thailand or by car.
If you are looking for value for money, Veng Viang Lueng Prabang Intercontinental Hotel is the place to be in Vientiane.
The Beau Rivage Mekong offers the best views of the Mekong, the river and the city of Vientiane, as well as a beautiful view of Cambodia. SureStay hotel travelers enjoy the luxury of their choice at Sure stay. The flamingo-pink Beau Rivage is overlooked from the hotel's beautiful river and rooftop terrace.
The complex is located next to the planned new airport, Vientiane International Airport, and there is a train to and from Vientiane.
The current airport is located just 3 km from the city centre, making it the second busiest airport in the country after Vientiane International Airport. You can also fly to Vientsiane Wattay airport, 4 km west of the city, which is mainly served by Air France, Lufthansa and other international and private airlines. The InterContinental Vieniane will be located on the ground floor of the new airport, just a few meters from the main entrance, and will feature well-appointed guest rooms. It will offer a range of amenities including a gym, a gym, a swimming pool, a fitness centre and a fitness centre, a restaurant and a spa.
Guests can meet in a common area, chat with friendly staff, exchange notes and notes, and dine and drink. Alternatively, the Walking Street River Night Market is a great place to stroll and simply enjoy the enchanting ambience that feels like a journey back in time and a different place in the past, such as the old town of Vientiane.
They can serve as a motor for the further development of the local economy and a source of income for yourself and your family.
Laos is one of the fastest growing nations in the region and the future development of infrastructure and industry will further boost economic growth and attract foreign investment, "he said. Lao International Development Co. Ltd. continues to introduce the InterContinental brand to the Lao capital and looks forward to welcoming guests to the hotel when it opens in 2021. The opening of this hotel will introduce international standards of service to the premium economy hotel sector in Vientiane. Of course, Crowne Plaza hotels and resorts adhere to international standards that you would expect from any brand.
The Holiday Inn brand is strongly represented in 23 hotels and resorts in Southeast Asia, including Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Myanmar, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. There are 10 hotels in Southeast Asia that are due to open in the next few years, 10 of which are also due to open in March 2020.
The Holiday Inn Suites Vientiane will have 250 rooms, of which 50 will be long-term suites and will be part of a mixed-use project consisting of the existing Crowne Plaza Vientsiane and the World Trade Center project. Lao International Development Co. Ltd. is to be the economic centre of the city when the complex opens, and will also include a hotel, office and retail space as well as residential and office space for residents and businesses. The World Trade Center project is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, a mix of mixed uses with hotels, offices, retail and residential space in a multi-million dollar complex.
The 16 colourful themed rooms, decorated with Laotian silk drapes, feature sophisticated accents. The Savvy Room is decorated in Laotian silk and complemented with indigo and red pillows. It features a duck egg spread, matching slippers, a blue bulb wicker bed lamp paired with blue bulb and wicker weaves, and bed lamps. It has a glass-roofed table and laptop for guests and the blue bathroom has blue bathtubs, blue toiletries and blue shower curtains that match the colour of the bed.