Avani Luang Prabang is a classic combination of contemporary simplicity…
A 3 day (2 night) extension from Bangkok starts from £598 per person | Including flights and transfers
Avani Luang Prabang is a deluxe hotel opened in March 2017, formerly known as Azerai. Elegant and low rise, contemporary in style, but steeped in history.
The original building started life in 1914 as French officer quarters for their Imperial force during their occupation of Indochine (Cambodia, Vietnam, as well as Laos). It then became The Hotel Phousi from 1961 for 50 years. In 2014 the land was purchased and a new hotel emerged, still in keeping with the history of the region, but with totally contemporary features and comfort.
Avani is centrally located within a few minutes walk of the market and the Nam Khan river. The airport is 15 minutes drive away.
Avani Luang Prabang has 53 rooms spread over the ground and first floor, in the L-shaped main building.
All have a balcony or patio. The rooms either face out to the city or towards the inner courtyard and swimming pool. The Avani rooms are larger with integrated living space.
Bistro restaurant serving Asia and European cuisine
There are many more authentic local options in the immediate area
Avani Luang Prabang is a classic combination of contemporary simplicity, drawing influences from the location to inspire the aesthetics. A very pleasing addition to our Luang Prabang selection.
Note – The hotel was opened as Azerai but since March 2018 is now known as Avani. Part of the Anantara hotel group.
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For the curious traveller, the journey into Laos is a rewarding and fantastic experience. Part of what was known as Indo-China, the collective name for the former French Territories in the region. Whilst Vietnam and Cambodia were prized possessions, Laos was seen more as “buffer” value against invasion. It remains one of the less developed (and least populated) countries in south-east Asia. Laos is a hidden gem, with a less frantic pace than all of its neighbours.
Of all the countries in the region, it is the least openly commercial and interested in western-style consumerism. It has a delightful serene, totally laid back style, with Buddhism dominating every aspect of day to day life.
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