Settha Palace stands out from other hotels in Vientiane because it’s a heritage boutique hotel that was built by French colonialists in th…
Settha Palace stands out from other hotels in Vientiane because it’s a heritage boutique hotel that was built by French colonialists in the 1930s. The family-owned property has been painstakingly restored to its imperial glory. Guests really like the elegant colonial ambience of Settha Palace, as well as the attentive service delivered by our local staff, several of whom have worked here since we opened 20 years ago.
The hotel is located in Vientiane’s city centre, within walking distance of the commercial district, shops, restaurants and the main tourist attractions. We have a tropical garden setting with a terrace and pool flanked by palms, coconut trees and native plants. Guests can enjoy our modern gym room and sidewalk café, which has an open terrace built around a flowing water fountain.
Spacious suites or deluxe rooms are decorated in colonial style with Italian marbled bathrooms and rosewood furniture. Our suites also offer living rooms and cosy dining areas and guests can choose between garden or pool views. In keeping with the hotel design, our restaurant, the beautifully-restored Belle Epoque Brasserie, has wooden-beam ceilings and serves a creative French and authentic Lao menu.
Other popular features at Settha Palace Hotel include our Banquet Room, massage service and unique vintage London taxi limousines, which are ready to whisk you from the airport to the hotel. In recent years, we’ve taken steps to eliminate plastic usage, offering glass bottles for drinking water and paper straws, we also try to help the community by donating funds to cultural festivals.
Your journey will start with one of our UK team – someone like Adele, who's travelled extensively in Laos. They’ll shape your ideas into the trip of a lifetime. But they won't do it alone. They'll draw on the expertise of our contacts on the ground, connecting you to the people who'll make your holiday one you'll always remember - the guide who can hone your pétanque skills while playing with the locals, the conservationist who can take you trekking with Asian elephants and the monks who can school you in the craft of Makbeng and Pasaat Pheung making.
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