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Alby

House on Mekong

Vientiane, Laos
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Alby's place
  • Private room
  • 4

    Capacity
  • 5

    Rooms
  • 1

    Bathroom
  • 4

    Beds

About the place

Lovely typical Lao Wooden House on the Mekong River on 2 floors : downstairs living room, sun room, bar, reading room, bathroom and kitchen. Upstairs 5 bedrooms, bathroom and large corridor. All bedrooms have air conditioning, hot and cold water. Large garden with parking. Walking distance to the Mekong

Amenities

  • Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Air conditioning
  • Gym
  • Hot tub
  • Smoking allowed
  • Washer
  • Wi-Fi
  • Elevator
  • Handicap accessible
  • Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Heating
  • Doorman
  • Pets allowed
  • Breakfast included
  • Essentials
  • Family/kids friendly
  • Pool
  • TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Pet owner
  • Iron
  • Clothing optional accepted

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Property rules & conditions

No animal allowed, smoking is allowed, no external guest allowed.

Check-in:
from 12pm
Checkout:
before 11am
Minimum stay:
1 night
Cleaning fees:
$6
Cancellation policy: Flexible - Full refund for cancellation more than 7 days prior confirmed arrival date, 50% refund for cancellation submitted to misterb&b until the day prior to check-in date. In both cases, the refund excludes misterb&b Service Fees paid by the guest and by the host. If the stay is interrupted, the guest will have no right to receive a refund.
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Nearby attractions

Gym at walking distance, city center at about 2 Km reachable by taxi, moto, car and tuk tuk

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