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|"Lovely receptionist Fon, large comfortable rooms"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Comfortable beds, good shower, had a balcony."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Good room, large bathrom, supportive staff."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Location far off centre."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The toilet was leaking and could'nt flush."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The location was disappointing, also."||(in 6 reviews)|
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The place is on a side street so it’s relatively quiet (unless the neighbors are having a party on the weekends). The cleaning staff does a good job keeping the simple rooms clean. Our air conditioner worked well and we had a mini fridge in our room. The price was quite affordable!
Within the first week of staying here, the electricity went out twice - once for an hour and once for several hours. In the extreme heat, this made it miserable to be in our rooms. The door to our balcony was warped, which let in smoke from the extensive burning that goes on around Pakse at this time of year. We also found quite a few mosquitoes when we first moved in.
The staff were about as welcoming as an Iron Maiden. Location left you an unpleasant walk along a busy major road to the "city centre", such as it is.
We booked this 'hotel' as it was a cheap place to stay and was apparently 0.2 miles from the centre. We were only in Pakse as a stopover before going down to 4000 islands so we wanted to be central. The stated location of this hotel is completely inaccurate and it took 25 minutes to find the nearest restaurant. The staff didn't speak a word of English (yes fair enough we are in their country, but it made checking in way harder than it should have been!). We were shown to our room and it was extremely small and VERY hot and stuffy. The bed was rock solid to the point where I would have preferred to sleep on the floor. I didn't sleep well at all. I woke up to my belongings being absolutely covered in ants (no food in the bags!). I decided to leave a day early and the staff didn't even hesitate to give me a refund - I got the impression that they deal with people checking out early quite often! The place is cheap so I wasn't expecting anything special but it was dirty and I didn't feel comfortable staying there.
not have b/fast. only one night
Private room with private bathroom. Free small water, toilet paper, towel & soap. It was quiet apart from the Kareoke on Friday evening.
This hotel is at least 1 km from the centre of town. There were few shops & restaurants nearby. Not very good value compared with other hotels in Laos. The bed was hard. Kareoke on Friday night. No breakfast at all.
With a stay at Phaythavone Hotel in Pakse, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Wat Phabat and Champasak Historical Heritage Museum. Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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