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Saise Resort Sep 17, 2006
The Saise Resort at the Tad Lo waterfalls in Southern Laos on the Bolaven Plateau is a nice, relaxing place with several different options for bungalows overlooking the waterfalls. We stayed in the very large and nice building that had two huge rooms and a common area. There are also some “eco-bungalows” that were cute but involved climbing steep steps up a tree (difficult after too many Beer Lao’s). The restaurant served reasonably good Lao food and the staff were friendly. Rooms in the low season 2006 were about $22/night and it was actually a bit nicer than Tad Fane where we stayed earlier. You can arrange local trekking or elephant rides here too.
Part of the South East Asia 2006 travel blog
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Saise Guesthouse Salavan Overview
This is the 'premiere resort' on Tad Lo, offering a wide variety of rooms spread out along and near the river, though only the more expensive rooms have views. It's across the bridge from the Sypaseuth and the other guesthouses and is the only place in Tad Lo with amenities like bathtubs, fridges and TVs, although the latter is Laotian broadcast only -- not much of a perk. There's also a riverside restaurant close enough to the falls to feel the spray. Budget travellers will get better value on the other side of the river, but if you're looking for a bit of comfort, this is the place to go. The resort is also building a separate lodge with its own restaurant right at the base of the actual Tad Lo falls way up at the top of the road -- it seems to be shaping up nicely, and upscale travellers might want to check it out starting in 2007.