Villa Maly

4stars
BP 78, Town Center, Luang Prabang, Laos
Hotel area: Town Center
Number of rooms33 icon wifi  Free Wi-fi

DESCRIPTION

Situated conveniently in the center of Luang Prabang city, Villa Maly is only few steps away from the main historical attractions and all the lively thing the city has to offer. Every room is decorated with a unique combination of French and British colonial furnishing with wooden parquet floors, armoires and classic fans. Villa Maly has good reputation for it facilities and professional staffs, guests are ensuring to have an unforgettable stay here in Luang Prabang.
Food, drink and entertainment:VILLA MALY RESTAURANT  BARDINING
At Villa Maly, our menu dabbles in the culinary traditions of the East and West, with a scattering of French standards and a little bit of Lao adventure. While you may be lured for a dinner or two beyond the confines of Villa Maly, we do urge you to experience the set menu at Le Vetiver one evening. This is real Lao cuisine by an exceptional Lao chef.

 
NAVA MEKONG
Dining on the mighty Mekong is to being in LuangPrabang what walking over the Brooklyn Bridge is to being in New York. Essential. To ensure you don't 'miss the boat', we've launched the Nava Mekong, the foremost regular dinner cruise opportunity in the royal capital.



LE VETIVER

Villa May’s own culinary options are a good base for exploration. The hotel’s kitchen serves a mix of Western and Eastern dishes, from Italian favorites, local fish to green curry, fried glass noodles prepared Lao style and Chinese fried rice. We do soups, salads and sandwiches as well. Though our menu is not extensive, what we do we do well.Likewise, our wine list. It’s short but vibrant, with excellent vintages from Europe to Australia.

 
MALY BAR
On the ground floor of Plumeria at Villa Maly, there is Mouhot's. A bar, yes. But it's more than that. It's an out-of-the way watering hole for those who want a quiet drink, and those inclined to lift a glass in the memory of the bar's namesake, Henri Mouhot. After the French naturalist Mouhot rediscovered Angkor, he traveled through