Staff Writer
Jul 20, 2018

Pullman Luang Prabang debuts with conference facilities

The hotel is home to the largest conference centre in Luang Prabang.

Pullman Luang Prabang debuts with conference facilities

Pullman has opened its first property in Luang Prabang. Pullman Luang Prabang is built on a 16-hectare site overlooking the countryside of the Unesco World Heritage city.

The property is equipped with 123 guest rooms, suites and a two-bedroom villa as well as amenities such as infinity pools, water courses and tumbling streams. Keeping in with Luang Prabang’s cultural heritage as a former royal capital, the low-rise architecture of the property is drawn from traditional Laotian influences from China’s Yunnan province across the border.

More importantly, the resort is home to Luang Prabang's largest in-house conference centre that can accommodate up to 300 guests while its outdoor patio is suitable for al-fresco and cocktail functions. The resort is also near the 380-hectare Luang Prabang Golf Course which has 18 fairways that extends to the Mekong river.

“As the largest resort in the town, Pullman Luang Prabang features low density designs on expansive grounds, its comprehensive meetings and events facilities make the resort a destination in itself with its natural surroundings and we look forward to welcoming leisure and business travellers,” said Jean Marc Lafosse, general manager of the property.

AccorHotels currently owns five hotels in Laos including three in Luang Prabang and two in Vientiane.

Source:
CEI

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