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Laotian elegance and service

Kiridara Luang Prabang is a top boutique hotel in Luang Prabang offering the best of Laotian service in an elegant setting. Contemporary-styled rooms and suites sit among lush courtyards and expansive views. Villas are located in town on the bank of Nahm Khan river. It also boasts the best spa in the neighbourhood and an infinity pool that looks out to the hills. Set in a historically rich neighbourhood yet just minutes away from the city, Kiridara is the perfect getaway for travellers seeking privacy and exceptional service in a luxurious setting.

About the hotel

Laotian Elegance

The charming hotel in Luang Prabang is scaled on a hillside and surrounded by native teak forests, offering panoramic views of Mount Phou Si, with easy access to Luang Prabang city center and the international airport. Kiridara forms the perfect union of Western architecture with traditional Laotian interior design throughout the resort. Its rooms are spacious and offer unrivalled mountain views. Luang Prabang in Laos is a city rich with tradition and guests will sample its culture through the resort’s soothing ambience and famous Laotian hospitality. From the exquisite Kiridara Mountain View suites to our spacious villas nestled along the tropical banks, each is tastefully decorated and includes all amenities.

Expore Our Rooms

Luang Prabang Accommodation

3 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

36 SQM

1 King Bed or Twin Beds

Our deluxe rooms are spacious at 36sqm. These rooms have balconies or private gardens and are surrounded by flourishing frangipani trees and a great view on the mountains surrounding Luang Prabang.
Prices from

USD $120

3 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

70 SQM

1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds

Watch the sun set over the distant mountain range from the privacy of your balcony or taking a relaxing bath in your decadent hand - crafted terrazo bathtub.
Prices from

USD $180

5 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

250 SQM

1 King Bed + 2 Twin Beds

Situated in a local village enclave, Kiridara Villa Visoun has direct access and panoramic view of the Nam Khan River and is surrounded by historical sites, street markets and enjoys the vibrant atmosphere of the local village community.
Prices from

USD $250

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Parking

Secured

Free Wi-Fi

Foreign Exchange Services

Reception

24 Hour

Concierge

Swimming Pool

Outdoor

BBQ Area

Gym

Spa

Sauna / Steam Room

On-Site Restaurant

Luang Prabang Chef's Table Restaurant

Bar / Lounge

Cafe

Room Service

From 6:30am to 10pm

Pillow Menu

Non-Smoking Rooms

Interconnecting Rooms

Guest Laundry

Dry Cleaning Service

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Parking

Secured

Free Wi-Fi

Foreign Exchange Services

Reception

24 Hour

Concierge

Swimming Pool

Outdoor

BBQ Area

Gym

Spa

Sauna / Steam Room

On-Site Restaurant

Luang Prabang Chef's Table Restaurant

Bar / Lounge

Cafe

Room Service

From 6:30am to 10pm

Pillow Menu

Non-Smoking Rooms

Interconnecting Rooms

Guest Laundry

Dry Cleaning Service

Feasting and Drinking

Best Restaurant in Luang Prabang

Discover the exotic tastes of authentic Laotian cuisine amidst stunning outdoor landscapes in our new concept restaurant. Our poolside deck is also perfect for an evening cocktail before dinner. All put together, it represents one of the best dining experiences in Luang Prabang, right here at your hotel.

Guest Reviews

“Hillside hotel. Excellent service”

“ This hotel is a bit distant from the main part of town but not that far. The property is very noice and personnel helpful. There are quite a number of steps to... ”
Hugo2011, Houston, Texas TRIPADVISOR, 17 Nov 2017

Guest Reviews

“Luxurious hotel in a quiet part of Luang Prabang”

“ This is the perfect place to relax after a long journey. Even though the hotel is located a bit outside the city centre, it is only a 15 minute walk, and there ... ”
Marte, Norway AGODA, 04 Nov 2017

Guest Reviews

“Nice facility on the hillside.”

“ Off the beaten path but not too far from center, a van has scheduled trips to and from town center. Being in the hillside there are some steps to get to your r... ”
Hugo, houston EXPEDIA, 12 Nov 2017

Guest Reviews

“Google review by Ratu Shakira Isa”

“ Breathtaking views from our suite! Staff are very friendly and professional. Food is too pricy though ”
Ratu Shakira Isa, GOOGLE, 14 Nov 2017

Guest Reviews

“Wotif review by Traveler”

“ Excellent hotel, with great staff. Only drawback would be the location being on a hill above the town centre, but as they have a free shuttle down to town prett... ”
Traveler, WOTIF, 02 Nov 2017

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Kiridara Luang Prabang

Local Attractions

Mount Phou Si

Mount Phou Si is a 100m hill in the centre of the old town of Luang Prabang. It lies in the heart of the old town peninsula and is bordered on one side by the Mekong River and on the other side by the Nam Khan River. The hill is a local religious site, and houses are several Buddhist shrines. Halfway up the hill, overlooking the Nam Khan is Wat Tham Phou Si, a Buddhist temple. At the summit of the hill, overlooking the town and surrounding countryside, is Wat Chom Si, which is also a Buddhist temple and is a tourist highlight of Luang Prabang.

Wat Xieng Thong

Constructed in 1560 by king Setthathirat, the Wat Xieng Thong, "monastery of the golden city", is the religious emblem of Luang Prabang and one of the highest symbols of Buddhism in Laos which was the reason why it was spared from the plunder of 1887.

Royal Palace Museum

The Royal Palace was built in 1904 during the French colonial era for King Sisavang Vong and his family. The site for the palace was chosen so that official visitors to Luang Prabang could disembark from their river voyages directly below the palace and be received there. After the death of King Sisavang Vong, the Crown Prince Savang Vatthana and his family were the last to occupy the grounds. In 1975, the monarchy was overthrown by the communists and the Royal Family were taken to re-education camps. The palace was then converted into a national museum.

Cave Pak Ou

Near Pak Ou, the Tham Ting and the Tham Theung are caves overlooking the Mekong River, 25km to the north of Luang Prabang. They are a group of two caves on the west side of the Mekong river, about two hours upstream from the centre of Luang Prabang, and have become well known by tourists. The caves are noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures. Hundreds of very small and mostly damaged wooden Buddhist figures are laid out over the wall shelves.

Nahm Dong Park

Nahm Dong is a first project based on ecotourism. With dramatic scenery and pristine waterfall, Nahm Dong Park is an outdoor enthusiasts' paradise. Multicolored pools swirl along layers of falls; verdant forests weave past distinct fruit and flower farms. Located at Ban Xieng Mouk, below the old Luang Prabang Hydropower Dam 10km away from city centre, Nahm Dong offers treetop walks, obstacle courses, a 1.4km zipline, camping activities, cave exploration, scenic mountain top views, mint stream walk, and fruit picking.

Walking street and night market

The market is open from 5 pm to about 10 pm daily. It is located along Sisavangvong, starting from the Royal Palace Museum. Each evening, the road stretching over 1km is turned into a pedestrian street so visitors can browse the shops and enjoy the markets safely. More than 300 handicraft vendors sell their goods here including textiles, ceramics, antiques, paintings, quilts, bags, and more. Prices are very reasonable but there is always room for a bit of bargaining!

Mount Phou Si

Mount Phou Si is a 100m hill in the centre of the old town of Luang Prabang. It lies in the heart of the old town peninsula and is bordered on one side by the Mekong River and on the other side by the Nam Khan River. The hill is a local religious site, and houses are several Buddhist shrines. Halfway up the hill, overlooking the Nam Khan is Wat Tham Phou Si, a Buddhist temple. At the summit of the hill, overlooking the town and surrounding countryside, is Wat Chom Si, which is also a Buddhist temple and is a tourist highlight of Luang Prabang.

Wat Xieng Thong

Constructed in 1560 by king Setthathirat, the Wat Xieng Thong, "monastery of the golden city", is the religious emblem of Luang Prabang and one of the highest symbols of Buddhism in Laos which was the reason why it was spared from the plunder of 1887.

Royal Palace Museum

The Royal Palace was built in 1904 during the French colonial era for King Sisavang Vong and his family. The site for the palace was chosen so that official visitors to Luang Prabang could disembark from their river voyages directly below the palace and be received there. After the death of King Sisavang Vong, the Crown Prince Savang Vatthana and his family were the last to occupy the grounds. In 1975, the monarchy was overthrown by the communists and the Royal Family were taken to re-education camps. The palace was then converted into a national museum.

Cave Pak Ou

Near Pak Ou, the Tham Ting and the Tham Theung are caves overlooking the Mekong River, 25km to the north of Luang Prabang. They are a group of two caves on the west side of the Mekong river, about two hours upstream from the centre of Luang Prabang, and have become well known by tourists. The caves are noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures. Hundreds of very small and mostly damaged wooden Buddhist figures are laid out over the wall shelves.

Nahm Dong Park

Nahm Dong is a first project based on ecotourism. With dramatic scenery and pristine waterfall, Nahm Dong Park is an outdoor enthusiasts' paradise. Multicolored pools swirl along layers of falls; verdant forests weave past distinct fruit and flower farms. Located at Ban Xieng Mouk, below the old Luang Prabang Hydropower Dam 10km away from city centre, Nahm Dong offers treetop walks, obstacle courses, a 1.4km zipline, camping activities, cave exploration, scenic mountain top views, mint stream walk, and fruit picking.

Walking street and night market

The market is open from 5 pm to about 10 pm daily. It is located along Sisavangvong, starting from the Royal Palace Museum. Each evening, the road stretching over 1km is turned into a pedestrian street so visitors can browse the shops and enjoy the markets safely. More than 300 handicraft vendors sell their goods here including textiles, ceramics, antiques, paintings, quilts, bags, and more. Prices are very reasonable but there is always room for a bit of bargaining!