Sofitel Luang Prabang | Laos | If Only

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Blending colonial charm with contemporary style, the boutique Sofitel Luang Prabang offers sun-kissed courtyards, shimmering pools and frangipani-fragrant gardens. The all-suite retreat in the Ban Mano quarter of Luang Prabang has an indulgent spa, fine dining and a cooking school.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 23 roooms



Exquisite furnishings, hand-woven textiles and Lao artefacts adorn the elegant villa suites. Modern conveniences abound but never intrude in these temples to peaceful slumber.

Spacious Garden Suites are lavishly decorated with local silk and open onto a garden with outdoor gazebo and bathtub, while Pool Villas also boasts a private plunge pool.

The Signature Governor’s Residence is both distinctive and grand and features high ceilings, generous sitting and dressing areas plus an expansive garden with outdoor gazebo and bathtub.



Discover distinctive spices and flavours of traditional Lao cuisine and savour delicious Western fare at the Governor's Grill steakhouse restaurant.

Dine al fresco under the safari tent overlooking the botanical garden or in the intimate indoor dining room. Guest can also dine at the sister hotel, 3 Nagas, just around the corner.



Relax on the sundeck reading a good book from the library or cool off in the swimming pool.

The hotel has its own cookery school, so guests can enjoy a lesson with the hotel chef and can learn how to make traditional local dishes.



The hotel’s a spectacular spa has high ceilings, creating a cooling environment and offers a large selection of therapies to help guests to relax and unwind.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Luang Prabang International Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 18 hours from the UK

Time difference

GMT +7


Approximately 15 minutes from Laung Prabang International Airport


October to April is when the weather’s warm and dry throughout. The 'green season’ is from late May to October, when the rains showers are usually short and sharp making the waterfalls flow once more and the wildlife flourish in the lush scenery. River travel is best between November and January.



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