Enjoy a fabulous stay at Rosewood Luang Prabang in a Waterfall Pool Villa, including breakfasts & one Royal Laotian Dinner for two.
At the Rosewood Luang Prabang a forgotten 19th century hill station is brought back to life as a 23 room resort which tells the story of a bygone era. Once the estate of Auguste Pavie – a French colonial civil servant and diplomat, who welcomed friends from far and wide – the crumbling estate was transformed into the first luxury villa and tent resort within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.
All renovations were done under strict UNESCO guidelines, revealing the old Lao villas centred around a natural waterfall and its meandering streams – as a testament to Pavie’s 1900s Laotian life. The estate includes La Grande Maison, a house where Pavie entertained his friends and visitors and the Elephant bridge, a bar which hovers over the river where elephants once crossed, among other spaces.
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