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- Top-of-the-range accommodation
- Peaceful, secluded setting
- Buddhist temples, caves, cruises, village visits
- Close to local attractions, restaurants and bars

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Amantaka is a flawless, high-end boutique resort boasting a superb blend of traditional Laotian and European colonial architecture. This pristine, almost regal, sanctuary is located in Luang Prabang, an ancient city and UNESCO World Heritage Site right at the heart of Laos. Though steeped in history, with many remarkably well-preserved buildings to discover, the city has a peaceful yet modern feel. The property belongs to the luxurious Aman hotel chain and is strategically located a short walk from both the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers, not to mention the bustling night market.

Amantaka’s 24 opulent suites combine chic colonial and contemporary touches. The grand four-poster king sized beds, high wooden ceilings and secluded setting makes for supremely comfortable, spacious and private accommodation. Immersed in the resort’s lush surroundings, all suites feature plenty of outdoor space, with large windows looking out over picturesque views. There are five categories of suite, all are extremely well-appointed and some have their own private courtyard with pool.

Local dishes are served in the Dining Room restaurant, or lighter meals can be found at the Pool Terrace. Traditional Laotian barbecues are a popular feature, with live entertainment provided by a Niths dancing troupe. At the Lounge Bar guests can try house specialty drinks such as the ‘Laojito’ and the ‘Makkam’ and there’s a lovely spa offering a range of indulgent treatments from wraps and scrubs to traditional massages.

When it comes to exploring Luang Prabang, there’s a broad range of activities from private cruises along the Mekong River and visits to the city’s many Buddhist temples, to local village visits and excursions to the Pak Ou Caves, an important pilgrimage site whose interiors are home to a collection of several hundred intriguing wooden Buddha statues. Closer to hand are many bars, restaurants and shops, all within walking distance of the resort.

Children are welcome and a babysitting service is available. While there are no designated activities for younger family members, there’s plenty of space for them to let off steam in the pools and gardens.

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    MissingWilliam M reviewing Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route on 15 April 2020

  • Hi Lisa,

    The safari trip was excellent! The stay, the food and the people were all very nice. We were happy to have Ryan and Stanley as our game drive guides they brought us up close to the animals and Ryan gave very good information throughout.

    Would definitely recommend to friends who are interested in safaris :)

    Also, thanks much for your help, particularly keeping the room for my Brother and his wife they’ve enjoyed the safari very much too!

    Best regards,
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    MissingWoan Chyi L reviewing Cape Town & Kruger Safari on 16 October 2019

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