About Sala Prabang
Exquisitely renovated in 2002 by its owner architect, Sinlasone Soumpholphakdy, SALA PRABANG is one of the finest examples of Luang Prabang Colonial Architecture. The Villa and the Cottage were the former residence of the first Prime Minister of Laos and later it was named as a protected structure when Luang Prabang was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1995.
SALA PRABANG is a charming boutique style residence comprising of seven original World Heritage Buildings, a traditional Lao Bungalow, and Luang Prabang style villas. There are forty nine rooms, which have been individually designed in the spirit of colonial elegance and feature a subtle blend of traditional and contemporary styles. Rooms offer natural stone and earthy lime washed walls, hardwood flooring dating back to 19th Century, and locally handcrafted furniture.