Accommodation - Savanakhet
Savanakhet town is situated on the banks of the Mekong river opposite Mukdahan in Thailand. The province bridges the country between Thailand and Vietnam and the town is a very active junction for trade between the two countries. The town itself can be easily explored by foot and has a number of interesting temples, including Vietnamese temple and school and a large Catholic church. Much of the town's architecture is French Colonial.
Nanhai Hotel is located away from downtown area in a quiet location but convenient to all facilities. Distances: To center of town: 1 km The hotel is of modern design with good facilities. The hotel has 7 floors.
Hoong Thip Hotel
If you need creature comforts in the centre of Savannakhet, then this is your only choice. The Hoong Thip has an old and new wing.
Nong Soda Guesthouse
The Nong Soda, also known as the Mekong Riverside restaurant, is a series of large lime-yellow concrete buildings by the river at the far north of town.
Sayamungkhun Guest House
The Sayamungkhun has a lot going for it -- it's set in a large heritage building, offering a good variety of both big and small rooms with basic but big cold water bathrooms. Rooms are available in the main building and the annexe at the rear. It's an attractive place, with a good atmosphere and a courteous staff.