Cultural Heritage Reimagined

This luxury Mansion was built in the 1900s for the French Governor’s family, which reflects perfectly the cultural heritage of Luang Prabang, now a restored and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel is now managed by Accor and rebranded as Sofitel Luang Prabang.

Exquisite Indulgence

The hotel offered 23 suites for leisure and relaxation in your exclusive accommodation with five-meter-high ceiling, private gardens, and some with plunge pools. Hotel de la Paix enjoyed the tranquility, serenity and romance that travellers exploring the exotic Indochina dream about.

Credits: Accor
Credits: Accor

Colonial Charm Meets Contemporary Luxury

Hôtel de la Paix Luang Prabang fuses colonial charm with contemporary elegance in one of the finest luxury all-suite resorts in the region. Tucked away down a quaint, little road near the UNESCO certified Manorom Temple, Hôtel de la Paix was one of the upmost luxurious places to spend a few nights here in Luang Prabang.

Key Facts

23 Suites

The resort offers 23 suites, including Garden Suites with private gardens, Heritage Suites in restored colonial buildings, Pool Suites with private pools, and the expansive Governors Suites, each with unique character and extensive private spaces.

1 Restaurant

Ka-toke features an all-day dining menu with a focus on authentic Laotian flavors, utilizing local ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. Guests can enjoy their meals in a charming colonial-style setting, either indoors or on the outdoor terrace, which overlooks the lush gardens and serene surroundings.

1 Spa

Spa Indochine offers treatments using traditional Laotian herbs and techniques, including hydrotherapy and aromatherapy baths.

Timeless Tranquility

Simplicity inspires relaxation. French colonial style recalls an age of historical splendour in a series of intimate spaces designed to replenish the soul. Large courtyards, landscaped gardens, reflecting pool and fireplaces provide a welcome retreat in all seasons.