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Amantaka

94 Editor's Rating
Scale of 90-100

Twenty-four spacious suites at Amantaka occupy graceful colonial buildings a short walk from the ancient royal capital in Luang Prabang. Light and airy rooms have traditional high ceilings and open onto mango-shaded outdoor areas furnished with loungers, woven-cane armchairs and large umbrellas; many offer private swimming pools. Baths include dressing ...

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