The kitchen and dining area. The living room (unpictured) provides additional seating in this open concept. The bedroom includes a new, flat-screen TV and Lao furniture.


Entire home/flat

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

Entire home/flat

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

Per Night
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About this listing

Skip the hotel! Brand new one-bedroom apartment (king bed) near Patuxay (Independence Monument.) Open design with Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV.

On a quiet street, and two patios overlooking the city. Just 3km from downtown/night market.


The space
The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Room type: Entire home/flat

Amenities
Amenities

Prices
Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Cancellation: Strict

Description
Description

The space

A brand new apartment with classic Lao furniture. The kitchen has a microwave, kettle, fridge and an all-in-one cooking appliance. The living room and dining area are in an open setting, and have lots of natural lighting.

The bathroom is standard - shower, toilet and sink. Water pressure is good, and warm water abound.

The bedroom has a king-sized bed, flat-screen TV and classic Lao furniture. There is a private patio overlooking the neighboring village.

Guest access

The whole apartment will be yours. There's also a shared washing machine available.

Interaction with guests

The building manager lives here full-time, and there are also two security guards at the gate in case you have any questions/concerns. Additionally, a cleaner ('maeban') comes by the apartment 3x per week, so you'll be coming to a nice and clean apartment!

The neighbourhood

The neighborhood is surrounded by little restaurants and shops. You'll be able to purchase anything you need, and taste the local cuisine.

Within a 5-minute walk, you'll find Patuxay, the main monument in Laos. At nighttime, the fountains at Patuxay put on a wonderful show and the streets are lit up with beautiful lights.

Getting around

There's limited public transportation in Laos, so you'll be relying on taxis, tuk-tuks or you could rent a scooter.

Since the apartment is close to the national monument, the roads are all in great condition and taxis will be able to find it easily.


House Rules
House Rules

Treat it like your own.


Availability
Availability
3 nights minimum stay

Hosted by Kenneth

Vientiane, Laos · Member since February 2013
Kenneth

Always down for a drink and to learn new things, but happy to let you alone if preferred.

A Canadian expat formerly working in Rwanda, San Francisco and Nigeria, I'm now trying my hand at Southeast Asia living. Been a blast so far!

Mellow: I listen to Leonard Cohen a lot (possibly too much), and have never met an early night that I didn't like.


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