Cosy destination Laos – Hotel 3 Nagas / Luang Prabang

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We took the nightrain from Bangkok to Laos and checked in “The 3 Nagas”, a charming boutique hotel in Luang Prabang, Laos.

Always so nice to be in Laos and in the region where I used to live and work for three years. After arrival, outside the hotel an old Citroen welcomed us.
The 3 Nagas in Luang Prabang is beautiful and you feel like in a bygone century.


The hotel comprises three meticulously restored UNESCO World Heritage Buildings, each more than a hundred years old.So expect graceful lines and human-scale architecture on the outside and a fantastic garden.
3 Nagas

We enjoyed the step outside and also inside, some contemporary design ideas and up-to-the-minute luxuries.

High ceilings above, and dark wooden floors beneath your feet. A tranquil courtyard beside the gentle Nam Khan River. Luxurious guest rooms with – typically – four poster beds and furnishings that include rich silk fabrics and traditional woven materials.

This Laos hotel blends seamlessly connecting the past and the present.

3 Nagas LP Laos 01 - Deluxe Room

Embark on a timeless cultural journey of discovery amid the hotel’s warm and inviting ambience, in the luxury of its exclusive collection of spacious rooms and suites, and in its authentic Lao cuisine offering great and fine food fun in Luang Prabang.
The hotel is located in Luang Prabang’s Old Quarter, just a short walking distance from the major tourist attractions, on the path of the morning alms-giving procession. The ceilings, exotic dark wooden floors, four-poster beds, silk fabrics and traditional weavings ooze elegance, style and character. A beautiful courtyard garden beside the Nam Khan River plus an acclaimed fine dining restaurant, serving exquisite Laotian food, make our Luang Prabang hotel the perfect place to relax and enjoy the serene Lao lifestyle.

It’s a truly magical and transporting place. So while Laos has kind of been left behind as a travel destination because it is landlocked and has no beaches, sites and projects like this really inspire me. We’ve added a second property there, the brand-new Alila Luang Prabang, which blends a bit of that history and historic ambience with the latest amenities, and is an ideal environment for exploration and relaxation.
They’ve spent a lot of time refining the concept of the perfect retreat.

Give it a try. Its worth it.
Nam Khan Bridge.

Easy to go Bangkok, train or flight, perfect travel connection to Bangkok.

Hotel 3 Nagas

If you travel via Bangkok, our resto tip in BKK, Thailand.

#1 The Tower Club at Iebua. Spectacular views of the Chao Phraya River, lebua sets the tone for a luxurious food & celebrations in Bangkok.

Dinners and events usually starts with a champagne reception, followed by a decadent tasting menu at one of lebua’s famed restaurants—Sirocco, Mezzaluna, Breeze or Distil— 60 stories above the Thai capital’s skyline.
At Sirocco, the world’s highest al fresco restaurant, the menu is always great or try the nine-course set menu at Mezzaluna, crafted by renowned twin chefs, Thomas and Mathias Sühring.
Afzer your culinary experience tour at the restaurant, finish with some cocktails at the Bangkok who’s-who hotspot, Skybar.

Just fantastic, a lifetime experience.


#2 Restaurant tip in BKK – Le Beaulieu Restaurant

Le Beaulieu by Chef Herve Frerard is one of the top French restaurants in Bangkok, based on our frequent dining experiences there and elsewhere, although Herve claims the cuisine to be Mediterranean, with the exception of the odd pasta dish sprinkled here and there and a few recipes from Provence, it is basically French.
Turning to the cuisine, which is why you would be dining at Le Beaulieu in the first place, it is excellent; and following are just a few highlights:
Dinner starter: Lentil broth, garlic and fresh chervil; Snail Lasagna and Poultry Breast, Spinach shoots and green tomato syrup.

Dinner main course: Sea bass, braised Veal Cheek Cooked in Merlot Wine and Old Port, Celeriac purée, black olives and sun dried tomatoes;

Chefs Specialties: Roasted French Bresse Pigeon, Cépes mushrooms and braised endives, artichoke Soup & Half-Grilled Violet Artichoke, white truffle foam.


Herve learned from the legendary Paul Bocuse, you will enjoy it.

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