Spring River Resort
De parkeergelegenheid en wifi zijn altijd gratis, dus u kunt komen en gaan wanneer u maar wilt. Deze accommodatie is praktisch gelegen in Kong Lor Cave in Koun Kham, waardoor u dichtbij attracties en interessante dineergelegenheden bent. Deze hoogwaardige accommodatie is beoordeeld met 4.5 sterren en biedt gasten op locatie toegang tot een restaurant, buitenbad en binnenbad.
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Via de scooter loop die wij hebben gereden vanuit Thakhek kwamen wij terecht bij Spring River Resort. Het oorspronkelijke plan was om hier 1 nacht te blijven maar omdat we het zo fijn en mooi vonden hebben we besloten er 2 nachten van te maken. Het resort ligt op een prachtige plek midden in de natuur aan de rivier. De bungalows zijn super mooi en erg schoon. De eigenaren zijn zo vriendelijk en behulpzaam door hun voelde we ons thuis. Ook hebben wij er heerlijk gegeten! Ik zou iedereen aanraden om naar dit resort te gaan en we hopen er nog eens terug te mogen komen.
Prachtige omgeving, hele lieve gastvrouw, aardig personeel en heerlijk eten”
Het resort ligt direct aan een rivier waar je vanuit het restaurant en de wat luxere bubgalows direct op kijkt. Ik heb nog nooit zo'n helder water gezien en het gebied is omringt door limestones, prachtig dus. Vicky is de beste gastvrouw die je je maar kunt wensen, ze doet er werkelijk waar alles aan om je verblijf zo leuk en fijn mogelijk te maken. Het eten in het restaurant is heerlijk, het wordt bereid door een Thaise kok en dat proef je meteen.
Langs de rivier gelegen, op 1,3 km van de ´hoofdweg’. Eenvoudige , doch gezellige bungalows. Apart wc en douche blok die zeer verzorgd en netjes is!! Goede keuken en plus super terras!
Een heerlijke oase aan een schitterende rivier.
Mooi hotel/resort aan het water”
Op 5 minuten van de kong lor cave, gratis katak bij resort, netjes onderhouden. Dartbord, spelletjes etc voor handen. Voor 1 dag perfect. Verder is hier niets te doen als de grotten te bezoeken en kayaking over de rivier. Alles gaat op kamer kosten, dus geen gesleep met geld etc.
The best place to stay in Laos”
This is an amazing place. The hotel is by a beautiful river with views of the jungle. It’s quiet and peaceful with wooden huts set around a central restaurant. The location is unbeatable. You can swim in the river, take kayaks up and down stream, go on walks around the nearby limestone karst and, of course, visit Konglor Cave. A few points to be aware of. First, if you’re coming by taxi from Ban Nahin, ask to get off at the Spring River sign, which is just before the final stop in Konglor Village. You’ll save yourself the walk back along the way you came. Second, the food is a little more expensive than other places (30-50k for local dishes, 60-80k for Western ones). You might want to have some meals in the village (around 30mins walk away). Definitely bring some snacks. Third, the cave is around 40mins walk away so be prepared for that. We didn’t have a motorbike so ended up walking a lot, but it was worth it for such a wonderful hotel.
The paradise in Konglor!”
We slept for 2 nights and we would have liked to stop a few more days. It's quiet and the river view at sunset is really very beautiful. We opted for a room with a shared bathroom. The trational room was huge and clean. The restroom was very clean and the staff very nice. The restaurent is fantastic! Every dishe we ate was delicious. But the added value is Nee. She's so cute and helpuful.
Very special place”
This accomodation was one of our favourite in 6 months in SEA. the property is located at a river where you can swim and watch the locals fish, the sounds at night are amazing and you have the impression of being in the jungle. The bungalow is basic, but clean and the bed was really comfy. The restaurant serves good food, even though a bit pricey. The Lao curry is the best (45k)! I absolutely recommend this place!
Quiet Peaceful Relaxation, ”
The warm and friendly staff took very good care of us. Big smiles from everyone! They work together like one close family. Everything was immaculate, inside and out. The grounds are beautiful, especially at the end of rainy season. Spent 4 days relaxing, kayaking in the lagoon, walking around the village, and just chilling. Unusually fast internet allowed me to join a couple video meetings and work a bit without any problems (better than in Vientiane!). We stayed in the garden bungalow with shared toilets and shower, a minor hassle, especially given the cheap price. A mid-range bungalow with air and a private shower would be my only future request. Other than that, perfect! Will definitely be back again.
What else to say?”
This is one incredible “jungle” resort with several extremely worthwhile attractions nearby. Spotless rooms and facilities. Authentic tasting and impressive Western and Asian food menus are offered for a rather reasonable price which is important as the lodge is located in a national forest and is quite remote from the nearest villages. Flatboat river cruises, nearby caves, nightly campfires and kayaking in the adjacent Blue Lagoon will keep you entertained and ensure a good nights sleep. The owners are very friendly and the facilities manager, Mek, was always more than happy to attend to our every need. All in all a great experience and will return soon!
Absolutely gorgeous little spot. The restaurant has great food and even better views! The showers/toilets are a bit of a walk from the huts and the walkway gets very slippery when it rains! I slipped a few times. I would suggest walking around barefoot. So glad we splurged and stayed here for a night.
We stayed in a riverside bungalow. We had a great view from our balcony. The large bed was hard but the single was good. It was very clean. The staff was super. Great breakfast (I had French Toast made with homemade bread and syrup). So delicious. The only restaurant is at the resort and the meals are great but a bit pricey. There is a boat right from the resort to the cave which is very convenient. It was a wonderful experience.
Everything about Spring river resort was just heavenly. Staff is incredibly helpful, knowledgeable and nice and the location by the river is so beautiful. And the blue lagoon is unreal. 5 stars all around.
Feel the natural.”
kind employees and beautiful place.
Amazing View Amazing Staff”
The view from this place was understated by those that recommended it. We stayed in a river view room. The view of the river and mountain from the balcony was something else. Well worth it. The staff were incredibly helpful and super friendly. They put effort into learning everyone's name and always had a smile on their faces. The food at the restaurant was delicious and the range of activities was great. We used the kayaks to explore the river and took the water taxi to Konglor Cave. Well worth it! The only downside was that our shower struggled to stay warm but out in the middle of nowhere in Laos that's pretty standard and not much of an issue. Stay here!
The manager Ms Vicky is very helpful and she gave a lot of information. Staffs are very polite, foods are good although is little bit pricey, but it is understandable due to the remote location. extremely relaxing atmosphere in the resort. Like it very much.
Nice stay but room for improvement”
Spring river resort is a lovely place to stay, we had a garden facing bungalow which was perfect for our needs. Rooms are basic but clean. Communal restrooms are great with hot showers and clean toilets. Lovely views of the mountains and gardens here. Only negative would be there is nowhere to sit down by the river so nowhere apart from outside your bungalow to relax on wooden chairs. Also the kayaking is only in the blue lagoon (700m) if you want to kayak up the river this is a different Kayak and a different price. Cannot swim in the blue lagoon either- only 100m from the starting line which has mostly trees and is shallow. This isn't very clear on the website/information and found this out at the resort. Expensive refilling of the water bottle- used to it being free in other places we have stayed in Laos. We stayed 2 nights but am sure you only really need 1 with the facilities on offer. Food was nice in the restaurant.
Nature and two options”
We reserved a room at 17$ but did not realize it was with shared bathroom so we upgraded the room to one with bathroom and it was 65$ (Canadian dollars). With no air conditioned, we thought it was a bit overpriced, espacially since it was a triple room which we didn't need (no double only). But we had a nice balcony with view on the river and the breakfast was nice too. Another problem was the transport to the cave. We were told it would cost 80000 kips (10$+) and not sure we would get someone to come pick us up. We ended up walking to the cave (4km approx) which was notre too bas but felt it should have been more convenient for people choosing to stay at this remote place.
Beautiful hotel and amazing service”
The hotel is absolutely beautiful. It is very lush, the rooms are nice and comfortable. Though there was something wrong with the check-in (check-in is until 8pm, and the hotel didn't get the memo that I will arrive later than 8pm, the reception was closed), someone came straight away to check us in. The staff is incredible!
A peaceful place, but.,”
Pros: beautiful location and grounds. Very relaxing. Extremely pleasant staff.. Cons: the food is expensive, and other restaurants are a few km away. "No outside food or drinks allowed:" Difficult to access at night. About half the guests are very cliqueish, IMHO, rather than the relaxed, laid-back travellers I'm accustomed to in Laos.