Kiridara Luang Prabang Opens Six New Suites

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Kiridara Luang Prabang, managed by SilverNeedle Hospitality, has opened six new suites.

The Kiri Suites range from 57 to 70 square meters and offer vistas of the mountain range in the distance as well as the Luang Prabang township.

Bold Laotian textiles and artworks complement polished teak floors and dcor, while exquisite hand crafted Terrazzo bathtubs are the centerpiece in the spacious bathrooms.

The launch of six new Kiri Suites will enhance our presence in the upscale Luang Prabang market and offer a very attractive new experience choice for guests said Chris Stafford, Vice President Hotel Operations Mekong Region, SilverNeedle Hospitality.

Situated in north central Laos, where the Nam Khan River meets the Mekong River, Luang Prabang is a notable UNESCO world heritage site well known for its ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries.

To celebrate the opening of the new suites, the hotel has launched a Kiri Suite Sensation Package for two people, priced at US$722 (inclusive of applicable government taxes and service charge). The promotion includes:

Two nights accommodation in a luxurious Kiri Suite with private in-suite check in
Private round trip airport transfers
Traditional welcome drink on arrival
Daily a la carte breakfast in PhuDoi Restaurant
Local fruit Platter in Suite upon arrival
Complimentary first stock of mini bar (excluding alcoholic beverages)
One 90 minute Kiridara Massage Experience (60 minutes Nuat Palang followed by 30 minutes Foot massage)
One Lao set Dinner at PhuDoi Restaurant including a glass of house wine
Monks Alms civing ceremony experience
Special Welcome Baci Ceremony at Yoga Sala
Late check-out (subject to availability)

The package is valid until 31 March 2013 (excluding a black out period between 21 December 2012 10 January 2013). Terms and conditions apply.

See also: Laos Tourism Interview with Saly Phimphinith @ JATA 2012 Tourism Forum and Travel Showcase 21 September 2012 in Tokyo, Japan.

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