Vientiane Laos Marriott Hotel

Berlin has officially welcomed the opening of the first InterContinental Hotel in Laos, the VIENTIANA Laos Royalty Hotel. The world's leading hotel company, the Intercontinental Hotel Group, has signed a management agreement with Lao International Development Co. Ltd. to open its first hotel outside Laos.

This 360-room hotel is located in Amari City, a city in northern Laos, just outside the capital Phnom Penh. ONYX Hospitality Group has announced plans to build the Amari Hotel in a joint venture with Lao International Development Co. Ltd. and Intercontinental Hotel Group.

The InterContinental Vientiane has well-appointed rooms with high-quality furnishings and modern amenities. Designed by the world's largest hotel management company, Intercontinental Hotel Group, the SureStay Hotel Best Western Vientsiane has 68 rooms and suites, each with a bed and refreshing bath, private pool and poolside dining area.

When it opens, the hotel will also offer business and leisure guests access to a full-service spa and fitness centre, as well as an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Guests at the Best Western Vientsiane can enjoy a private dining area by the pool, a wellness centre, a fitness centre and a spa.

Although Buddha Park is also worth a visit, you will need to take a bus or other means of transport. Alternatively, you can walk along the main road or climb a tuk-tuku, from where you can get to the centre for about LLA 30,000.

The easiest way to get around the city is to get an official airport taxi from the stand directly in front of the baggage claim for 57,000 LAC. If you want to take a taxi, be sure to ask for a taxi ticket to the hotel, not the airport itself, for about LLA 30,000.

The nearby Vientiane night market is the next logical stop where you can buy Buddhist themes such as billowing trousers (remember to haggle beforehand). Alternatively, the Walking Street River Night Market is a great place to stroll and simply enjoy the enchanting ambience that feels more like a tropical paradise than a bustling city center. Boutiques and luxury items can be found at the Mekong River Market, which is just a few blocks from the hotel across the river. It is a good place for a short walk through the many shops and restaurants of the city, as well as great places to taste a variety of foods, especially grilled meats and seafood.

If you have a little money, there are many other options at the Beau Rivage Mekong Hotel in Vientiane. The Beau Riches, guests staying at their chosen SureStay hotel can enjoy a variety of amenities and amenities, including a spa, fitness center and private pool, as well as access to a private beach, pool house by the pool, spa and wellness facilities, sauna, saunas and hot tubs, outdoor pool and even a beach volleyball court. The Beau Rides on the Mekong offer a wide range of restaurants, bars, restaurants and lounges as well as a full service bar and restaurant.

If you're looking for value for money, one of the best places to stay in Vientiane is the Beau Rivage Mekong Hotel in the tiny capital of Laos. Some attractive hotels offer river views in and around the tiny city of Laos, but the besieged Beau Riches in the city centre is a good place to enjoy some of its best views from the rooftop pool and spa.

The old waterfront across from the newly created Mekong River Garden is a delight, and you can enjoy the fresh air on the waterfront, with stalls selling street food and snacks.

Luang is a must-see for temple lovers, and visitors can discover a number of tempting attractions, including the Patuxai Arch, which resembles a giant Buddha statue in the middle of the Mekong River, and Wat Si Saket, which houses more than 2,000 Buddhist statues. Like all Buddhist temples in Thailand, it has a terrace that surrounds a five-tiered roof, which distinguishes the temple in Lao style. The nearby Buddha Park is planted with over 200 Buddhist and Hindu statues in a well-kept garden. Other attractions in the city centre include a number of fixed routes shared by jumbo jets, the Royal Thai Air Force and the Thai Navy, as well as a variety of restaurants and shops.

Decorated in Laotian silk and decorated with indigo red pillows, Savvy Room features a fully equipped kitchen and private dining room, as well as a spacious bathroom. The room's laptop is available for guests and you can quickly set up a tourist SIM with internet data. You leave the baggage claim at Wattay International Airport and go to the hotel reception to check in quickly.

The introduction of this hotel will introduce international standards of service in the premium economy hotel industry in Vientiane. Two more Microtel hotels are scheduled to open this year, one in Hangzhou and one in Phnom Penh. The first is also due to open in March 2020, the second in June 2020.

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