- The Rosewood Luang Prabang is only a 10-minute drive from Luang Prabang; a charming Laos town bursting with culture and history.
- The Rosewood Luang Prabang’s location is idyllic, with a waterfall and streams which flow around the buildings.
- Get out into nature with hikes to hidden waterfalls and untouched villages in the mountains behind the resort. Scott Dunn can also organise wonderful excursions to the area’s cultural sites such as temples, markets and caves.
- The resort interiors have been designed by the renowned architect and interior designer Bill Bensley, who is responsible for some of Asia’s most lauded hotels .
- Despite only having 23 rooms, each room category has a distinctive location and design. Stay in rooms or suites overlooking a river, villas with waterfall views and a private pool, or tents on a hilltop offering breathtaking views across the valley.
- The resort funds a school designed to offer education in hospitality and English language to young people in the nearby village.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Join culinary director Sebastien Rubis for a master-class delving into the rich culinary heritage of Luang Prabang. Visit the morning market and nearby farming communities to source fresh local produce, roots and leaves that add bitter, herbal and astringent flavors to the forgotten recipes of Royal Laotian cuisine.Focusing on traditional cooking methods that bring out the freshness of the produce without modern shortcuts, prepare delicious Laotian specialties before settling down in The Great House to sample your fare with a glass of French wine.
Walking through the streets of Luang Prabang, you are surrounded by history – from the centuries-old temples to the colonial French mansions. However, it’s hard to know exactly when or why they were built, which is why a heritage walking tour with Trails of Indochina is such an insightful experience, as your locally born guide reveals the city’s hidden secrets.
Rosewood Luang Prabang aims to provide family-centric fun for all, and that includes catering to its youngest guests. Rose Buds, the resort’s program for kids, is designed to provide children with a unique playtime experience in Luang Prabang, offering a range of special services, amenities and convenience items aimed directly at their interests.
Luang Prabang sits on a small promontory in between the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers, and for centuries the waterways were not only the sole way for residents to get in and out of the city, but also its lifeblood, supplying fish and fresh water. Today, you can experience the magic of Southeast Asia’s most famous river with a special cruise onboard its most luxurious vessels.
The scenic, peaceful journey to Ban Sangkong village is an opportunity to savor the majesty of nature first hand with beautiful river views at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers. Traverse a traditional bamboo bridge at the end of the peninsula before a short hike to the top of the hill, where endless views over the mountainous terrain await. Experience a sacred spirit house – the king’s guardian – which is a daily pilgrimage for local villagers who climb the hill to leave their offerings.
Hidden in a hillside on the outskirts of the city, Rosewood Luang Prabang tames its wild surroundings with a blend of Indochinese elegance and Laotian splendour. The sumptuous interiors are the work of world-famous hotel designer Bill Bensley, who’s combined French colonial furniture with bold colours, carved wall panels and safari-esque finishes – a cultural medley entirely fitting of the former royal capital. Choose from the riverside suites, waterfall villas or hilltop tents that sit flush with the treetops, where you’ll be serenaded by exotic birds as you watch the sun rise over moss-green mountains.
The Rosewood Luang Prabang is a luxurious resort, ideal for nature lovers who want to be within easy reach of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang. Surrounded by soaring hills, streams and waterfalls, the property has wonderful views over the stunning Laos countryside and beautiful town of Luang Prabang.
Widely considered as one of Asia’s finest historic cities, Luang Prabang is brimming with gleaming temples home to saffron robed monks, charming colonial buildings and wonderful cafes and restaurants along the Mekong River.
The Rosewood Luang Prabang has 23 rooms. These have different layouts and designs, and are spread across a number of locations. The Riverside Rooms and Suites are close to the heart of the resort, with the easiest access to the pool and restaurants. The Waterfall Pool Villas look out on to a waterfall, and boast private infinity pools. Riverside Villas offer lots of space and plenty of privacy, with views over the river and lush surroundings. The Hilltop Tents are delightfully luxurious, and their elevated location offers amazing views over the resort, valley and Luang Prabang.
Featuring twin beds, these riverside rooms embrace the indoor-outdoor philosophy that is a feature throughout the property, with a 9.6sqm balcony that provides picturesque views of our mountain setting. The interiors reflect the heritage of our location, while amenities include a work desk, rain shower, classic bathtub, and double vanities. With the Elephant Bridge Bar and bistro just a short walk away, you can enjoy dinner and drinks out before retiring back to your secluded private retreat.
The stunning interiors of the Riverside Suites by American designer Bill Bensley—found throughout the entire property—reflect the unique heritage of Luang Prabang, a melting pot of royal influences, colonial French explorers, adventurous traders, and colorful hill tribes. Choose to relax in the large living room or on the outdoor daybed, as you watch the river gently flow just in front of your room. The bathroom features a rain shower and classic bathtub with double amenities.
Waterfall Pool Villas
Inspired by the waterfall that cascades down from the surrounding mountains, these special villas embrace indoor-outdoor living with a 40 sqm interior and 15 sqm exterior. Here, you’ll find a king size bed and amazing antique decorations, and amenities that include both rain shower and outdoor wooden bathtubs, double vanities, and an oversized balcony that comfortably accommodates an outside bar, dining table, and sofa—not to mention your own private swimming pool.
As the river gently bubbles by, relax on your King size bed, or the oversized day bed on the balcony. Filled by the sounds of nature, you may not want to leave your villa—the oversized balcony provides a daybed and dining table that encourages you to make the most of your residence. A working desk is provided in case you do need to stay in touch with the world outside, while choose from a rain shower or classic bathtub after a dip in the resort swimming pool, just a short forest walk away.
The design of the Hilltop Tents features colors, textiles and patterns utilized by the area’s indigenous hill tribes that still inhabit the wild mountains around us, bringing guests closer to understanding our unique location. The interior of the tent features a king-size bed and oversized daybed, encouraging you to enjoy the nature around you. As well as a refreshing rain shower, the classic-style bathtubs invite you to luxuriate longer—as does the oversized balcony with its comfortable sofa.
The restaurant sends out homemade fruit yogurts, baskets of croissants and cheesy eggs en cocotte for breakfast. Later, chef Sebastien Rubis takes diners on a tongue-tingling journey through Royal Laos cuisine, using local produce to concoct the likes of river fish with eggplant and kefir leaves, duck mince with fresh herb salad and chicken coconut curry with crispy buffalo skin. Post-dinner, go to the Elephant Bar for vintage negronis..
The Great House
With a strong influence from Laotian regional specialties, the menu truly embraces local culture. Our food and beverage program supports the local community through a ‘farm-to-the table’ dining concept that emphasises locally sourced and seasonal foods. This concept enables us to create a restaurant immersed in local identity. With no pre-defined menu, our chef works with local farmers, visits the area’s markets and prepares a daily changing menu according to the available ingredients. Our wonderful organic kitchen garden at the property will provide herbs and produce for much of our menu.
Elephant Bridge Bar
The Elephant Bridge Bar is your destination for relaxation and refreshment. Although not used by elephants today, this wonderful wooden bridge—a nod to the area’s wild past—provides Rosewood Luang Prabang guests with a highly unique place to enjoy classic cocktails accompanied by traditional Laotian bar snacks. Interested in trying something different? Order one of our drinks with a twist, which are made using local herbs and spices grown in our own organic garden.
There’s an oval-shaped swimming pool in the gardens and a wonderful little spa upstream, with three treatment rooms featuring glass panel floors so you can gaze at the river while being pummeled. That’s it for the facilities, but Rosewood makes it up with a range of magical, highly personalised experiences – visits to ethically run elephant sanctuaries; meditating with saffron-robed monks in ancient temples; morning dips in secret waterfalls.
Relaxation and solitude reach new heights at Sense, A Rosewood Spa. Overlooking the fresh running streams of the valley, this sylvan mountain sanctuary embodies the magic of Laos, where connections to the earth’s elements are profound and natural healing practices transcend the ages.Drawing on locally harvested botanicals and other regional ingredients, the spa offers a range of unforgettable Laotian therapies designed to cleanse, replenish and balance the body, mind and soul.
The oval-shaped pool is in the center of the property, next to the natural waterfall on a large open space behind The Great House. Here we also have sun beds and tent roofed cabanas with large day beds to enjoy the view, and relax to the sound of the water flowing by. With sumptuous Laotian cuisine and locally-inspired cocktails just a waiter away, the pool makes the perfect place for guests to cool off after treks and excursions in the beautiful, if raw, wild nature that surrounds the property.