Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts welcomes the second resort from the Group in Luang Prabang – The Grand Luang Prabang which was rebranded from the former The Grand Luang Prabang Hotel & Resort. The first resort of the Group in Luang Prabang is Maison Souvannaphoum Hotel, part of the Angsana collection in 2005.

Located along the banks of the Mekong River, the 59 thousand square metres estate of Xiengkeo Palace has a rich history and heritage. The former Royal residence of nationalist hero and Prime Minister Prince Phetsarath Ratanavongsa, this stately colonial estate showcases a refined and unique blend of French colonial architecture with Laotian motifs. Savour the hotel’s old-world charm with lourve wooden shutters, large windows and Laotian textiles found in wall hangings, cushions and bed covers that showcase traditions and cultural diversity of Laos.

Just a 15-minute walk to the town centre of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO Heritage Site, explore age-old monasteries with 30 spectacular Buddhist temples in this ancient town, sample Khao Soi – a tantalising minced meat noodle soup at a local market and receive blessings in an Alms giving ceremony. Take a Mekong river cruise right from your doorstep to visit the Pak Ou Caves or the stunning Kuang Si Waterfalls.

Deluxe Room

You can now enjoying the rustic royalty and the timeless beauty of Luang Prabang, Laos with the Spring Offer unveiling by The Grand Luang Prabang. Book the ‘Sense of Warmth’ package this February, from USD140 per night, you can enjoy breathtaking Mekong River views from your Deluxe River View room, daily breakfast for two, sunset signature cocktails for two as well as participation in a traditional Alms giving ceremony. For two nights or more, you can also enjoy a complimentary Laotian set dinner for two.

For those planning for your family getaway, fret not as your children under the age of 4 stay for free, while children from 4 – 12 years enjoy complimentary breakfast and 50% off their meals.

For more information, call +856 71 253 or email

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