Rosewood Luang Prabang

Rosewood Luang Prabang

Discover Rosewood Luang Prabang in suite style and enjoy every third night with our compliments. Experience ultra-luxury accommodations in our lush jungle haven and enjoy a longer stay in select suites.

With its charming colonial architecture, glittering Buddhist temples and memorable mountain scenery, Luang Prabang is a unique destination that offers a glimpse of another world. There are endless things to do in Luang Prabang’s historic old town area, which sits on a peninsula embraced on two sides by the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, is a pleasure to explore on foot or by bicycle, its UNESCO-recognized heritage buildings home to an array of French-style cafés, boutique shopping, fine dining restaurants, lively local markets and cultural museums. Outside the heritage area, the surrounding environment is home to numerous outdoor activities.

Riverside Rooms
Featuring twin beds, these riverside rooms embrace the indoor-outdoor philosophy that is a feature throughout the property, with a 9.6sqm balcony that provides picturesque views of our mountain setting. The interiors reflect the heritage of our location, while amenities include a work desk, rain shower, classic bathtub, and double vanities. With the Elephant Bridge Bar and bistro just a short walk away, you can enjoy dinner and drinks out before retiring back to your secluded private retreat.

Riverside Suites
The stunning interiors of the Riverside Suites by American designer Bill Bensley—found throughout the entire property—reflect the unique heritage of Luang Prabang, a melting pot of royal influences, colonial French explorers, adventurous traders, and colorful hill tribes. Choose to relax in the large living room or on the outdoor daybed, as you watch the river gently flow just in front of your room. The bathroom features a rain shower and classic bathtub with double amenities.

Waterfall Pool Villas
Inspired by the waterfall that cascades down from the surrounding mountains, these special villas embrace indoor-outdoor living with a 40 sqm interior and 15 sqm exterior. Here, you’ll find a king size bed and amazing antique decorations, and amenities that include both rain shower and outdoor wooden bathtubs, double vanities, and an oversized balcony that comfortably accommodates an outside bar, dining table, and sofa—not to mention your own private swimming pool.

Riverside Villas
As the river gently bubbles by, relax on your King size bed, or the oversized day bed on the balcony. Filled by the sounds of nature, you may not want to leave your villa—the oversized balcony provides a daybed and dining table that encourages you to make the most of your residence. A working desk is provided in case you do need to stay in touch with the world outside, while choose from a rain shower or classic bathtub after a dip in the resort swimming pool, just a short forest walk away.

Hilltop Tents
The design of the Hilltop Tents features colors, textiles and patterns utilized by the area’s indigenous hill tribes that still inhabit the wild mountains around us, bringing guests closer to understanding our unique location. The interior of the tent features a king-size bed and oversized daybed, encouraging you to enjoy the nature around you. As well as a refreshing rain shower, the classic-style bathtubs invite you to luxuriate longer—as does the oversized balcony with its comfortable sofa.

The Great House
With a strong influence from Laotian regional specialities, the menu truly embraces the local culture. Our food and beverage program supports the local community through a ‘farm-to-the table’ dining concept that emphasises locally sourced and seasonal foods. This concept enables us to create a restaurant immersed in local identity. With no pre-defined menu, our chef works with local farmers, visits the area’s markets and prepares a daily changing menu according to the available ingredients. Our wonderful organic kitchen garden at the property will provide herbs and produce for much of our menu.

Complimentary on-demand transfers from any place in Luang Prabang town when reserving a table.

Elephant Bridge Bar
The Elephant Bridge Bar is your destination for relaxation and refreshment. Although not used by elephants today, this wonderful wooden bridge—a nod to the area’s wild past—provides Rosewood Luang Prabang guests with a highly unique place to enjoy classic cocktails accompanied by traditional Laotian bar snacks. Interested in trying something different? Order one of our drinks with a twist, which is made using local herbs and spices grown in our own organic garden.

 

Temples

For those looking for the perfect photo: Wat MaiLocated in the heart of Luang Prabang, the town’s largest monastery was built in the late 18th century and features white walls topped by a cascading red-tiled roof with golden spires. An ornate gold-leafed mural adorns the entrance exterior, telling stories of ancient times, while inside you’ll discover a large Buddha statue, with a smaller emerald version off to the lefthand side.
For those with a passion for history: Wat Xieng ThongAt the easternmost edge of the old town is this remarkable little temple atop a small hill. On one side is the Mekong river, and the “tiger” steps, where royalty used to board their boats, while on the other is the main thoroughfare, Sakkaline Road. This temple, built in 1560, is known for its incredible glass tile mosaics, which include the beautiful and ornate “tree of life.”
For those who don’t mind a walk: Wat ChomsiLuang Prabang is dominated by Phousi, the 150-meter-high hill in the center of the town. Follow the path directly opposite the Royal Palace and climb the 350 or so steps to the top. Along the way you pass a bodhi tree donated by the Indian government to mark the 2,500th anniversary of Buddha’s birth, before arriving at tiny Wat Chomsi temple and remarkable 360-degree views.
Rosewood Luang Prabang
Nauea Village
Luang Prabang
Laos PDR
Tel: +856 7121 1155
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