Located along the banks of the Mekong River, The Grand Luang Prabang is a window to the colonial past of Laos, a place where you can experience unbridled luxury while learning a thing or two about the landlocked Southeast Asian country.
To start with, here’s one nugget of information: Situated within the 59,000 square-metres-estate of Xiengkeo Palace, the hotel was formerly the royal residence of nationalist hero and Prime Minister Prince Phetsarath Ratanavongsa.
The stately colonial estate showcases a refined and unique blend of French colonial architecture with Laotian motifs; it takes pride on its old-world charm with ‘lourve’ wooden shutters, large windows and Laotian textiles found in wall hangings, cushions and bed covers that showcase traditions and cultural diversity of Laos.
The Grand Luang Prabang has 75 rooms and suites in total, with stunning views of the Mekong River, mountain landscape and lush gardens, promising a peaceful and tranquil stay experience. Facilities include a restaurant and bar, swimming pool, and the Xiengkeo Museum.
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