Satri House


Situated at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers, the historic city of Luang Prabang was once the royal capital of the Kingdom of Laos. Today, the old town centre is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is famous for its amalgamation of traditional Buddhist and French colonial cultures. Satri House is the perfect choice for those travellers drawn to Luang Prabang by its fascinating history, as it was once the residence of Laos’ Prince Souphanouvong. In 2002, it was refurbished and transformed into a luxury hotel, and today it echoes the duality of the city around it by blending a culturally sensitive design with all the luxury amenities and facilities expected of a five-star hotel. Satri House is also remarkable for its extensive collection of museum-quality artworks and antiques. 


  • Relax after a long day of exploring with an indulgent treatment at the Satri House Spa
  • Discover the hotel’s magnificent selection of unique artworks and antiques
  • Go on a cycle tour of Luang Prabang’s famous sights, including the historic Royal Palace
  • Get up early to watch the city’s monks process through the streets, collecting alms as they go


Luang Prabang, Laos

Best time to go

The best time to visit is in Spring and Autumn. Luang Prabang’s wet season stretches from July to September, but even then rainfall isn’t prolific. In the winter temperatures can dip to an average of 16 degrees in the coldest month of January.

Our thoughts

Set amidst a serene landscape of lush gardens and still pools, Satri House is an enclave of unexpected peace and quiet surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Luang Prabang’s charismatic old town. It is a place that naturally lends itself to relaxation, and is also the perfect base for exploring the city’s many natural and cultural places of interest. 

  • Spa
  • Swimming pools
  • Library
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Bicycles for hire
  • Wifi


Featuring beautifully decorated interiors that evoke Luang Prabang’s colonial past, the restaurant at Satri House overlooks the hotel’s lush tropical gardens and provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere. The menu boasts an array of Western and Asian favourites, in addition to a wonderful selection of local Laotian delicacies. 

Each of the rooms at Satri House comes complete with crafted wood furniture, a large balcony, and a range of luxury amenities. The amenities that are standard to all rooms include wifi, individual air-conditioning, an in-room safe, and a flat screen television available upon request.

Deluxe Rooms

Covering 35 square metres of space, these elegant rooms are decorated with a selection of exquisite antiques and artworks from all over Indochina. In addition to the standard amenities enjoyed by all Satri House rooms, the Deluxe Rooms feature a spacious en-suite bathroom and walk-in rain shower.

Junior Suites

In addition to the luxury of their increased living space, these 43-square-metre suites feature a decadent bathroom that comes complete with a walk-in shower and a separate bathtub.

Satri House Suites

Located in the historic quarter of the hotel that once housed Prince Souphanouvong, these opulent suites quite literally provide a taste of the royal treatment. Covering 55 square metres of space and boasting a series of unforgettable design features, these rooms are conveniently located right in front of the hotel’s main swimming pool. 

  • Spa
  • Swimming
  • Bicycle tours
  • Cultural excursions
  • Sightseeing

Children are more than welcome at Satri House, where a complimentary baby cot can be added to all rooms upon request. Children under three years old are also entitled to complimentary breakfast, while discounted accommodation and dining rates apply to children aged three to sixteen.

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