Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kuala Lumpur
Nice hotel, scenic locationPosted Nov 10, 2013
Enjoyed having a room with a balcony offering us an unparalleled view of the Golden Triangle.
for Couplesby Paul S from UK
Hotel is good, but stay in Chiang Saen insteadPosted May 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is nice, it's modern and clean, and I can't really fault it. My main issue with the stay was the area. This hotel is in the Golden Triangle, and there's not a lot there, it is totally dead at night. I'd recommend staying down the road in the town of Chiang Saen, which we did the following night, and that was great. In the morning I asked about transport to the Opium Hall, expecting that they may have a free tut-tut or shuttle up there. They sent their hotel car around, but wanted 200 Baht for the short 3 minute ride up the street.
for Everyoneby McPam from Washington, DC USA
An enjoyable stay on Mekong RiverPosted Aug 18, 2012
Pros: Elevator up the stairs, good value for the money, breakfast buffet, sitting by the river and watching the boats going up and down, staff,
Cons: no wifi in my room but was available in lobby.
Location: Golden Triangle area.
Great hotel with a green facade. It was perfect for what we needed a grat place to stay while in Golden Triangle region. It had an elevator to take things to our 5th floor room, it had a nice buffet dinner one night with a broad assortment of tasty food and a great breakfast buffet in the mornings. Hotel dinning room faced the Mekong River and across from Laos and its casino and bright lights. Bed and the linens were superior and the aircon worked well. Staff was attentive and friendly. The manager of restaurant maybe or hotel even a graduate of Johnson and Wales Univ in Rhode Island had terrific skills and was very pleasant. Kudos to her . We took a speed boat across to Laos Market. Went to see the Hill tribes from here and that also was enjoyable. They have a school in the tribal community so if you can leave some money or some supplies please do as the teacher gives money toward helping to feed the children. They sang a song in Englsih for us and showed us what they were learning in Thai. Great teacher. We also went to the fabulous Opium Hall Museum which has a very interactive self guided tour of the Opium trade and country devastation caused by Opium. Well worth visiting. We also went to have lunch at the Anantara Hotel which was quite lovely but with beyond ridicuous prices for lunch but we did have that same great Thai friendliness there as well and the view was delightful. Overall you will enjoy the Golden Triangle area
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Leeds
Serene at Golden Triangle room with a viewPosted Feb 15, 2011 on Hotels.com
we loved the Serene at Golden Triangle. The views over the Mekong to Burma,Laos and Thailand were perfect. The room was even better than we expected: very spacious, quality furnishings, a comfortable bed and a fantastic shower. We had a peaceful night and a delicious buffet breakfast. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from bangkok, thailand
Excellence!Posted Oct 21, 2009
Have stayed in room with Mae Khong river view, bed was excellence, room had a LCD TV, Bath room with rain shower and a bathtub. Excellence! strongly recommended!