Riverside Boutique Resort Voted Second Best Hotel in Laos in TripAdvisor's Annual Travelers' Choice Awards
Vang Vieng, Laos, January 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- TripAdvisor has just released the results of its Travelers' Choice Awards. In the 12th year of the awards, the world’s most outstanding properties were identified in the categories of Top Hotels, Bargain, B&Bs and Inns, and Small Hotels. Travelers’ Choice® award winners are determined based on the reviews and opinions of millions of TripAdvisor travelers around the globe.
Riverside Boutique Resort took the second spot for its first participation in the awards, while its sister property in Vientiane, Green Park Boutique Hotel, also made it to the top ten.
"We are of course gratified by the results of this year's awards," said Emanuel Prasodjo, General Manager of the Resort, "it confirms that what most travelers are after today, is authenticity, charm and character, and this is what we have tried to achieve at Riverside from the very beginning."
Riverside Boutique Resort is the ideal place to stay in Laos for travelers in search of an exclusive and quiet gateway. This luxury property is located on the bank of the Nam Song, Vang Vieng, with a spectacular backdrop of limestone mountains and rice paddies. Its central swimming pool surrounded by a manicured garden is one of the most enjoyable in Laos.
The 32 rooms are bright, spacious and well appointed, with original decors inspired by different ethnic groups, and small balconies from which to enjoy the beautiful scenery and its ever changing lights. The restaurant offers a simple but good selection of Lao and international dishes and overlooks the garden and the Nam Song.
The staff are all extremely friendly and attentive. They can help organize tours and activities around town. Boat trips start right in front of the resort and bicycles are available for rent.
What makes Riverside Boutique Resort truly special is its combination of culture, tradition and nature, and its stunning views over the towering limestone stacks of Vang Vieng.