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  • culture
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    Customer comments:
  • "Friendly staff", "Quiet location", "Spacious room"
    Top nearby attractions:
  • Champasak Historical Heritage Museum (0.2 Km / 3 min walk)
  • Delta Coffee (0.9 Km / 11 min walk)
  • Champasak Palace Hotel (1.0 Km / 12 min walk)
  • Green Discovery (1.4 Km / 17 min walk)

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Champa Residence Hotel

No.13 Road, City Center, Pakse, Laos (Show on map)

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Features of Champa Residence Hotel

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour room service
  • airport transfer
  • bar
  • business center
  • coffee shop
  • concierge
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • meeting facilities
  • pets allowed
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • safety deposit boxes
  • shops
  • smoking area
  • tours

Sports and Recreation

  • garden
  • golf course (on site)


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park
  • valet parking

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Lao
  • Thai

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Hotel Description
One of the most luxurious hotels in town, the Champa Residence Hotel is on the outskirts of Pakse, opposite...see more One of the most luxurious hotels in town, the Champa Residence Hotel is on the outskirts of Pakse, opposite the Pakse Central Stadium and next to the Champasak Museum. The low-rise modern building is set around a very pretty garden courtyard. The simple, sparse rooms are tranquil and comfortable, well equipped with dark wooden beds, and provide all the necessities. Guests are five minutes from Pha Bat Temple and Champasak Shopping Center. The lovely restaurant offers local cuisine. There is a steam and sauna room for relaxation. Shopping at the markets is close to this hotel. Book your room now at Champa Residence Hotel via our secure online booking form. The first step is to enter and submit your travel dates in the spaces provided.
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Emmanuelle C. Couples
United Kingdom, January 05, 2015
Coudn't wait to leave!
We stayed in rooms in Laos that were better than this. The outside is beautiful, but the inside is another story. Everything needs to be repaired or repainted. The bathroom smelled of mold, the water was at best lukewarm, the bed springs were broken, the floor was unbelievably dusty, there were spider webs scattered in the room. Upon arrival, the receptionist didn't speak a word of English. Not a word. I usually don't mind having to speak with my hands in foreign countries, but he really should consider another line of work if he doesn't even know that "reservation" or means... The food was bad. It is located far from the city center. I do not understand the other reviews. We definitely overpaid.
PIERRE M. Solo travelers
Belgium, November 22, 2014
Reasenable good

Internet was belowe level
Jirachan K. Business travelers
Thailand, December 07, 2014
bad service and loss money value

bad service, room very old, and good location
It is terrible hotel and bad service. Room is not valuable.
Kevin J. Couples
United Kingdom, February 14, 2014
Pleasant but in need of refurbishment

Friendly staff, quiet location, nice exterior.
Overall I would say we enjoyed our stay at Champa Residence. The appearance is traditional Lao, with lots of polished teak (floors, stairs etc) and carved wood, and the room was comfortable and clean. The bathroom, however, left a lot to be desired, and was in dire need of a refit. Silly things like water leaking all over the floor, just because a pipe needed tightening - a five minute job, but one that hadn't been done. Basically it was all looking a bit tired, and needed some money spending to bring it up to a reasonable standard. WiFi was acceptably fast and a good connection. The staff were lovely, and always helpful. I'm not sure if that was influenced by the fact that my wife, being Thai, can communicate in Lao, the two languages being very similar, but I think that most of the staff spoke English also. The hotel was a couple of kilometres out of town, which necessitated getting a tuk-tuk (an experience in itself!)in and out. The tuk-tuks are thin on the ground after 8pm, so it's advisable to arrange for your driver who takes you into town to come and pick you up after you've eaten. All in all, good value for the money, apart from the bathroom!
Dan P. Solo travelers
Denmark, July 25, 2013
Good value for money, very helpfull hotel boss

Close to morningmarket, staff, breakfeast
Really great. very helpfull hotel boss. the young woman serving breakfeast, is extremly service minded and speaks good english (a real value for hotel). And we got upgraded, as the hotel was overbooked, do to a local holiday/festival -thank you.
William C. Solo travelers
United States of America, February 27, 2013
Lost my reservation, told me every hotel was full.

Um, HBO Asia is kind of entertaining
Rudely received. After 30 minutes of them telling me they had lost my reservation and were full, while refusing to refund my money or help me find other accommodations, I was taken to a room where the refrigerator and shower worked poorly, mildew on the walls, and no attempt to apologize was made, just a stern warning: you will not be able to stay another night. Daytime reception was friendly and helpful but spoke no English. I have worked in hotels for a few years, and I'm sure they stuck me in an out of order room, I understand that, but the complete lack of effort to compensate or accommodate me was unacceptable. It's not in the city center either, it's 2k away.
Karen T. Groups
Canada, February 14, 2013
Great location and garden

Close to market and river, Lots of outdoor seating. colourful surroundings.
This hotel had a quiet atmosphere and surroundings. Breakfast was nicely presented and it was easy to arrange travel to the Boleavan Plateau. There was an easy walk to the morning market which was a bustle as it was set up with the constant coming and exotic produce. Close to the river for sunset.
annie M. Couples
France, December 26, 2012
nice hotel in a city where they are rare

beautiful buildings, large bedrooms, polished floors, balcony,
nice garden, friendly service make the stay a pleasant total. Near from the morning market spot of sungt-taw and minibus make a good place for travelers. Quiet place away from the main road.
Cindy M. Solo travelers
United States of America, December 02, 2012
The stay was adequate.

Lovely gardens and nice touch with the bird cage.
The room was adequate, but nothing special. When i went to the restaurant no one was there and it felt deserted. I finally asked someone if it is open and they said yes and I was the only person there for dinner and breakfast had more visitors. I would say since there is little to no English, this hotel is better for Lao people not foreigners. I was going to go to the local market, but could not get them to give directions or get a TukTuk. I would suggest that they have a sheet of paper for the foreigner that lists sights and that with Agoda reservations breakfast is included, it was hard for them to understand. Thanks.
Tom Y. Groups
United States of America, December 04, 2012
You get what you paid

Cheap rate
Outdated rooms. It's wasn't the best of our accommodation. Lots of mosquitos in or room. The airconditioning didn't work well to cool off the hot humidity weather of Pakse, Laos. It's also wasn't conveniently located to any night life activities.

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