Ideally located in the city center of Pakse, Sisouk Residence welcomes you all year long in a warm, charming and traditional atmosphere. Overlooking the Sedone River, it offers you a unique view of the mouth of the river flowing into the Mekong.
Near the shopping/restaurant area and close to Wat Luang, the main Buddhist Pagoda of the district, you may experience Pakse lifestyle, making the most of comfort that our staff offers you. This old family house, recently renovated, is full of memories and history, and will surely please your senses and emotions.
Deluxe Room: With its four-poster-bed, parquet flooring and lao textiles, the Deluxe room has a great view from its large balcony full of flowers. High ceiling, flat screen LCD TV, it offers unique comfort. The spacious bathroom has a bathtub and separate shower.
Superior Room: Elegant and sophisticated, our Superior rooms have great views over the river and Pakse. On the flower-filled balcony, you can enjoy pleasant and relaxing moments. Each Superior room is unique and personalised, in an authentic colonial style.
Standard Room: Colonial furniture, parquet flooring and Lao textiles : the standard room is simple and elegant. With high ceiling, it is a very pleasant room. With two simple beds (possibility of moving them closer), it can also be connected to a Superior room.
Restaurant & Bar
Le Bistrot: welcome you in front of the Central Market, in Pakse center. The restaurant offers Western and Asian food and a large choice of beverages.
Sedone Terrace: Enjoy this Lounge Bar with a scenic view over the two rivers (Sedone and Mekong) and the mountains surrounding Pakse. The bar features:
- A veritable host table to help you discover delicious Laotian and French dishes depending on the product market and the season.
- Finest French wines are proposed and some delicious snacks can be ordered too.
- Free Laptops with WiFi Internet access are at the disposal of our hotel guests.
Cafe Sinouk: In the heart of the tourist district, Café Sinouk is one of the most popular places for coffee connoisseurs in Pakse. The very best Lao coffee and European pastries are served on a wooden terrace or in an air-conditioned dining room indoors, nicely decorated with black and white photos of Coffee planters’ life. The menu also features an assortment of sandwiches and salads, along with European and Thaï meals for lunch or dinner in a French Lao colonial atmosphere.
Suan Sinouk, Coffee Plantation & Garden: is the “must see” coffee plantation on the Bolovens plateau and its “Chalet”, a typical Lao style lodge, offers a unique experience to visitors among coffee trees and French-style gardens. Day tours and accommodation bookings available at the hotel reception desk.
Bolaven Plateau: Located on a plateau of volcanic origin, starting about fifty kilometers from Pakse, the Bolovens plateau (or bolavens name of a local ethnic group) has a climate much cooler and wetter than on the plain. Plantations of coffee and teas are harvested in this region, as well as numerous fruits and vegetables.
Vat Phu: Located at the foot of a mountain range dominated by Phou Khao (mountain with the summit in the shape of Linga), the Khmer site of Vat Phu is spread over several levels to arrive at the sanctuary which was fed by a spring coming from the sacred mountain.
Pakse Golf: With its 18 holes, located on the hills of Pakse and overlooking the Mekong, the Pakse golf course welcomes you on its 4-5 hours technical course with a panoramic view. Information, prices and booking available at reception desk of Residence Sisouk.
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