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Rosewood Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, Laos

Rosewood Luang Prabang was opened in March 2018 as an ultra-luxury escape within a hilltop forest in north-central Laos, where guests are able to immerse themselves in the rich cultural history, spiritual heritage and diverse tropical landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The exclusive resort provides a unique vantage point to appreciate this rich destination through the lens of the first tented villa concept and the second Southeast Asia resort for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts.

The enclave features 23 guestrooms, villas, suites and tented accommodations, which are situated adjacent to a river or waterfall or float above the ground among the treetop foliage. They variously include their own private swimming pools, oversized balconies, outdoor wooden bathtubs and other features special to each, yet all provide the experience of immersion in a dense tropical forest. They range from Riverside Rooms, and Riverside Suites, secluded Riverside Villas, Waterfall Pool Villas and Hilltop Tents with their own private dining areas and wrap-around decks, enabling travelers to relax in supreme comfort while basking in the peaceful atmosphere of nature.

Each accommodation’s design and décor is unique. The rooms, suites and villas subtly recreate the French-Indochine ambience, grace and hospitality of bygone Luang Prabang with artefacts, antiques and objets d’art reflecting the personalities and interests of travellers who might have stayed here over a century ago. Inspired by the notion of a gracious French host, the Bill Bensley team painstakingly sourced and collected items for thoughtful placement in specific rooms. Guests may discover newspaper clippings and illustrations from the early 1900s; vintage Kodak cameras, the cutting-edge technology of the time; even croquet mallets from 1900 in homage to French obsession with the sport when a female team from that country competed in that year’s Olympic games.

Location

The resort is located on the banks of the Mekong River, 10 minutes from Luang Prabang,

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This one-of-a-kind destination is home to Sense, the Rosewood brand’s signature spa, where guests can top up their relaxation and rejuvenation among three specialty treatment rooms.

In a pristine environment surrounded by majestic mountains, Sense, A Rosewood Spa® offers a variety of luxury treatments and signature holistic offerings. Time-honored practices are perceptively customized to your needs, paired with natural ingredients that are sustainable, carefully cultivated and thoughtfully sourced.

Relaxation and solitude take on an entirely new meaning when they are complimented by the humble & attentive service of Lao therapies. Traditional treatments transcend the ages, where you can experience time honoured healing remedies.

The resort’s swimming pool is ideally situated in the center of the resort, adjacent to a natural waterfall, in the forest-enveloped setting. Guests can take a refreshing swim and relax on sunbeds or in tented cabanas with oversized day beds, while enjoying the tranquil setting and the relaxing sound of the cascading water nearby. Alternatively, guests can always try their hand at a leisurely game of pétanque or croquet in the lush gardens.

The area around the resort offers an incredible array of activities, from a heritage walk through the heart of the old town, to a trip to a traditional weaving village. You can visit a local temple, go for a cruise on the river, or sign up for a culinary tour—you’ll find it all here.

You can uncover the traditional crafts and way of life of ethnic hill-tribes and rural farming communities; explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang with a guided walk through the atmospheric mix of historic mansions, Laotian architecture and ancient temples; or enjoy a multitude of experiences of the Mekong river life that has sustained the civilisation for centuries.

Adventures include trekking through the forest to forage for medicinal and edible flora and fauna, before settling down in a village for a meal made with the ingredients; guided mountain bike explorations through a rich tapestry of remote landscapes; weaving traditional textiles or creating ceramics in traditional hill tribe villages acclaimed for these crafts; harvesting seasonal produce using traditional farming methods in breathtaking agricultural surroundings; and relaxing on a leisurely day cruise along the Mekong River in an elegant Laotian riverboat.

Rosewood Luang Prabang aims to provide family-centric fun for all, and that includes catering to its youngest guests. Rose Buds, the resort’s program for kids, is designed to provide children with a unique playtime experience in Luang Prabang, offering a range of special services, amenities and convenience items aimed directly at their interests.


Dining

Dining at Rosewood Luang Prabang delves deep into the rich Laotian food culture and chefs place utmost importance on locally sourced and seasonal foods.

The Great House offers indoor seating and an open-air terrace with large daybeds and sofas overlooking lush gardens and waterfall. Here guests can experience Laotian farm-to-table dining, authentic local specialties and dishes influenced by the cuisine of historic royal courts. Fresh ingredients reign supreme: the culinary offerings are guided by the season’s harvest, whereby chefs visit farmers and fishermen within the vicinity each morning to determine the day’s menu, which also enables the restaurant to prepare dishes according to each guest’s personal preference.

The Elephant Bridge Bar overlooks a picturesque river and is perfect for a relaxing evening drink or whiling the afternoon away. It offers light snacks, simple and healthy fare and hand-crafted cocktails and beverages. The bar specialises in cocktail classics with a tropical twist, using local herbs and spices that echo Laos’ rich and diverse harvests to reflect a true sense of place.

Guests have the option of poolside dining, from sunbeds, cosy cabanas or tables that dot the terrace, choosing from an array of comfort food, haute Laotian classics, as well as fresh cocktails, wines and refreshments, all served amid the verdant forest surroundings.

Resort chefs welcome the opportunity to create bespoke dining experiences for guests within the gardens and at scenic spots throughout the property. They design special French and Laotian menus tied to the resort’s frequent celebrations of the festivals and cultural touchstones of each heritage.

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