Champasak Palace Hotel is elegantly located in the heart of Pakse District, the capital city of Champasak Province.
lt was originally constructed to be a palace of jao Boon Oum, the last king of life (Jao Ma Ha Chee Vit) in southern Laos. The palace was built in 1969 and was not finished when Jao Boon Oum left Laos and took a refuge in France in 1975.
In Champasak palace Hotel has a main 7-floors building,which was supported by none main poles but several poles instead. Only the building was finished in 1975. Being counted 1,900 doors and windows, the palace is named Thousand-room pavilion Doors and windows are sculpted in astonishing Laotian style. ln 2004, the palace was renovated, still remaining its former charms, to be a convenient and modern hotel with exemplary facilities.
Aiming to be the best hotel in the southern Laos, Champasak Palace Hotel offers hospitalities and the finest service to every visitor. Feel and experience the best staying in southern Laos at Champasak Palace Hotel. Location: Champasak Palace is located within the town limits. The Hotel is situated on a main street close to transport links.
Distances: To center of town: 0 km / Nearest airport: 3 km
Accommodation : Champasak Palace hotel has new and old building, can offer 115 rooms.
Services: Massage, Sauna and Steam Room , Fitness center, Beauty and hair care, Laundry service, Function rooms, Gift shop, Parking, Garden, Airport transfer, Car rental service, Tour and Travel agency, Panoranic view, Currency exchange, Credit card accepted.
Room facilities: Satellite television in all rooms, Mini-bar, Airconditioning with individual control, Bathtub with warm water, In-room telephone with IDD, High speed internet access in the room, Safety box, Room service. Coffee Shop : Champasak Palace Hotel also caters delicious Laotian, Thai, Chinese, and European cuisine.
Breakfast: American, Continental and Alacarte.
Hotel Facilities: Hotel shopping center and Hotel bar
Conference and Banquet : Champasak Palace Hotel can arrange conference in both small group-up to 40 persons in a small conference room and bigger group-up to 300 persons in a grand conference room.