Laos is an amazing place to visit for a variety of reasons. The country is home to stunning natural landscapes, vibrant cultures, and friendly people. From the jagged limestone mountains in the north to the lush waterways that wind their way through Laos’ countryside, travelers will be amazed by its majestic beauty. Additionally, the Laotian culture is rich with tradition, and visitors will especially enjoy the unique cuisine and vibrant festivals that come with it. For adventure seekers, Laos offers a wide range of activities from kayaking through its caves to trekking up its mountains. With all of these features in mind, it’s no wonder why so many people are drawn to this wonderful country each year. These Laos Airbnbs make everything accessible.
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This two-story poolside villa sits in a central location close to the airport, city center, and multiple restaurants and bars. The house features a Laotian-style design, with plenty of polished wooden furnishings, a large balcony and traditional decor. Guests will enjoy full access to a shared pool area with sun beds, tables and chairs.
Once belonging to the Leu Tribe, this century-old wooden house was rebuilt and renovated to offer a space that feels historic and cozy. It hosts a lot of cultural and architectural history within its walls. There’s one bedroom, one bathroom and a living room with a sofa as well as one additional bed upstairs. Downstairs, there’s an open kitchen. Visitors will be “living like locals” since there’s no insulation in this property, but there are electric fans to keep cool and mosquito nets to keep out the bugs.
This two-bedroom Airbnb in Laos sits on the 12th floor and offers a fully furnished space in the heart of Luang Prabang. Enjoy the panoramic sights of Vientiane City and the apartment’s on-site amenities which include a rooftop pool, fitness center, and sauna. The apartment itself features a full kitchen, a separate dining room space, a living room space, and two bedrooms.
This airy Verandah Suite encompasses the entire top floor of a historic Heritage House reconstructed in 2020. Guests will enjoy relaxing on the comfortable lounge sofa or in the king-sized bed or admiring the views out the balcony of the neighborhood. Over-the-top amenities include high ceilings with large windows letting in natural light, a bathroom with a rain shower and high-speed WiFi.
This property sits in a quiet neighborhood, close to the River Mekong in the center of the historical area of Luang Prabang, in close proximity to the train station and the airport. Guests can explore the range of restaurants, cafés with outdoor terraces, and local shops within walking distance. Rest in the master bedroom which features a balcony and a king-sized bed or in one of the two beds in the bedroom on the ground floor. Relax in the courtyard in front of the house with its peaceful garden or inside the house in the spacious living room space.
This peaceful retreat feels like an oasis nestled in the heart of Luang Prabang. The property is surrounded by lush gardens and offers a spot to experience the ultimate in relaxation. The well-furnished, thoughtfully designed rooms combine modern amenities with the charms of traditional Laotian decor. The property is extremely accessible to the Nam Khan River and historic temples, boasting a large living room and dining room space, and scenic views of the river from the balcony.
This fully renovated, two-story historic Lao-Colonial style house sits in a prime location in Old Luang Prabang, surrounded by Buddhist Temples. There are two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, two living rooms and a fully equipped kitchen. Spend time outside on the verandah on the upper floor, on the patio on the ground floor, or in the little garden, out front. Other amenities include clean drinking water, WiFi, and a dedicated workspace. There are about a dozen monasteries within walking distance which means on festive days, the sound of their drums, bells, and chanting can be heard and appreciated from the house. Those who want to explore the area further can head to the pier of Wat Xieng Thong, where the traditional boats leave for river excursions.
This peaceful, central home offers modern comforts, including air conditioning with minimalist decor and is close to numerous local shops. It’s just a few minutes from the city center and the night market. Guests will enjoy a well-equipped kitchen, a king-sized bed, and a clean bathroom.
This unique, soundproofed, and peaceful space is just 10 minutes from the center of Luang Prabang. Guests will enjoy panoramic views of the river and river access from right on-site. Inside, there’s a fully equipped kitchen, a living room space area, and a bedroom. Outside, there’s a patio and a pool.
When it comes to finding the best place to stay in Laos, there are a variety of options available. Luang Prabang is arguably one of the most popular destinations in Laos and offers some of the best hotels and resorts in the country. Vientiane is another great option that provides plenty of accommodation choices for all budgets, as well as some excellent dining options. The popular city of Vang Vieng is a great place to stay for those looking for adventure, with its stunning karst landscapes and outdoor activities like rock climbing and kayaking. For a more relaxed atmosphere, head to Luang Nam Tha, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Mekong River or explore the many traditional Lao villages in the region.
How long can you stay in Laos?
Tourist visas on arrival are available at certain ports of entry, and these temporary permits typically allow a visitor to spend 30 days in the country. Visitors can extend their visa up to an additional 60 days through the Department of Immigration (the extension of a 30-day tourist visa is permitted for an additional 30 days only two times — making for a total maximum stay of 90 days).