Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has unveiled its new hotel, The Grand Luang Prabang.
Located a stone’s throw away from the beautiful Mekong river in Luang Prabang, Laos, the Grand Luang Prabang is the second hotel Banyan Tree has opened in the city after the Maison Souvannaphoum Hotel in 2005.
The hotel is a must-see for any history buff as the 59,000 sq/m estate of Xiengkeo Palace was home to nationalist hero and former Prime Minister Prince Phetsarath Ratanavongsa.
Located along the Mekong River, the 75 rooms offer views of stunning mountains and luscious gardens to create an aura of peace and serenity.
To celebrate the grand opening, the Grand Luang Prabang has launched a spring offer, the ‘Sense of Warmth’ package.
For HK$1,087 per night, guests will be checked into a Deluxe River View room and enjoy a daily breakfast for two and signature cocktails for two. As if that wasn’t enough, guests will also participate in a traditional alms giving ceremony.
Children under the age of four can stay for free. Kids between the age of four and twelve will receive complimentary breakfast and all other meals will be 50% off.
Click here for more information about the Grand Luang Prabang.