Parasol Blanc, Luang Prabang


Beautifully set in Luang Prabang, Parasol Blanc breathes new life and remains as an iconic hotel in this city. It offers comfy accommodation surrounded by tropical gardens which will be the great base for visitors to explore the ancient city.

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Classic Room

20 Classic rooms are stylish and comfortable, a blend of traditional Laotian design and contemporary decor with all of the amenities you would expect from an international standard hotel.  

All rooms have individually controlled air-conditioning, seperate shower, IDD telephone, mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities, personal safe and daily complementary bottled water. Rooms feature a choice of king or twin beds, each with a private balcony overlooking our lush tropical garden setting. No extra bed / rollaway available in this room.

Hotel’s accommodation (via Agoda)

Superior Room

10 Superior rooms at 38m2 are designed with comfort in mind.  Featuring a larger relaxing private terrace with lounge furniture.  Complimentary WiFi Internet access, deluxe bathroom amenities, IDD telephone, satellite LCD television, individually controlled air-conditioning, personal safe, tea & coffee making facilities, mini bar fridge and daily complementary bottled water.  Rollaway / extra bed available.


Hotel’s restaurant, the White Lotus is set amongst a serene Unesco protected lotus pond. Al fresco dining on a wooden deck offers a great place to enjoy a range of both traditional Laos dishes as well as international favourites.  A comfortable and relaxed setting for lunch out of the midday heat or sunset drinks.

Delicious food in a serene environment, whether you are after a simple snack or a gastronomic feast, your taste buds will be well taken care of.

White Lotus Restaurant (via Parasol Blanc)

Some Attractions nearby

Nava Mekong – Pak Ou Caves and sunset cruise

The first dining boat in Luang Prabang. Widened at the beam to accommodate 10 four-top tables, the traditional Lao river boat also embarks every morning at 10:00 am for a four-hour lunch cruise. During this cruise, the Nava stops at the Pak Ou Caves for adventuring among the 4,000 sacred Buddhist statues and images scattered about the two limestone grottoes. The price is US$25 per person.

The sunset cruise in Luang Prabang embarks daily at 5:00 pm and motors downstream to moor near a traditional village where traditional Lao dancers perform age-old sets that include interpretations of the royal ballet, rural life, folk tales and legends. The boat returns at 7:00 pm. The price is US$30 per person.

Sunset Cruise in Luang Prabang (via Wall Street Journal)

Night market

Set up each evening from 5pm to 10pm beginning at Wat Mai and running along Sisavangvong Road all the way to the town centre you will find an amazing array of locally made handicrafts, specialty tea and coffee and all of the “essentials” of t-shirts and clothing. The street is closed to vehicles each evening and makeshift market stalls are set up lining both sides of the road with an aisle in the centre. Many of the various hill tribes and ethnic groups also display and sell a variety of scarves, handicrafts and souvenirs.

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