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Amantaka in Luang Prabang, Laos

Derived from the Sanskrit word for “peace”, Aman, and the word Tipitaka, symbolizing the “three baskets” of Buddha’s teachings, Amantaka is set in Luang Prabang, Laos. A region that enjoys a warm and tropical climate, Amantaka shelters its guests in clusters of stylish suites - including a collection of pool suites. Using time-honored ingredients and techniques, Amantaka’s menu showcases small dishes of Laotian food using locally grown produce that are served together to make up a traditional Lao meal. The spa offers holistic massages, body treatments and healing therapies utilizing Aman Spa’s unique chemical-free products.

Crisscrossed daily by some 1,200 saffron-robed Buddhist monks as they make their way between the dozens of temples, Luang Prabang lives at its own speed, pervaded by an air of peace. Get the most from your Laos itinerary, whether it is a morning blessing, a tranquil stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old Town, a Mekong River cruise or even a visit to the Pak Ou caves, there is always something new to experience here. Outside the city, both protected natural sites and Laos’s rich culture offer insight and discovery.

Location of Amantaka

55/3 Kingkitsarath Road Ban Thongchaleun
Luang Prabang, Laos

Nearest Airport: LPQ

Amenities for Amantaka

  • General Information
  • 24 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Library
  • WiFi
  • Art Collection
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • In-Room Amenities
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Private Verandas
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Yoga
  • Boat Excursions
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Interests
  • Culture & Arts
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Amantaka

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited Luang Prabang in Dec. were received and briefed about the Resort, its amenities by the friendly GM. Good resort to relax, old colonial style building, with well maintained lawns. Excellent service but could do better if they can train their staff in English Language communication, which is a weak spot. The surroundings are calm and secluded, with the usual attentive, yet unobtrusive Aman attention, service was impeccable, with things, such as Turndown service, laundry service and mini-bar replacement being carried out without you noticing. This was our first stay in AMAN RESORT SPA is exceptionally good with good Masseurs and well managed

Rajiv B

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I stayed last week at the Amantaka. It was my first time at an Aman, and my partner had previously stayed at the Aman at the Summer Palace in Beijing. Its hard to make comprehensive comparisons, but the Aman has replaced the Ritz Carlton as my favorite franchise to stay. Then again, the Aman qualifies as a destination stay in a way that most 5 star hotel chains can't. The closest comparisons would be perhaps the Asian classics like the Raffles or the E&0, or the old Italian palazzos or French fin de siecles like the Romanov villa off Cannes. But even then, this jewel of a place still gets the edge for the perfectly genuine, dignified warmth of its staff (led by the very charming Donald and ably assisted by his French, Italian, Spanish and Laotian speaking staff...thanks Florian!), and for the very unique atmosphere of Luang Prabang (as a native Southeast Asian, I can only marvel at the sparkling quality that threads through this beautiful town) Look forward to my next stay

Jeremy S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

As to be expected our stay here was as good as any Aman resort (at least the ones we have stayed at). This was the first time we stayed at a non-beach Aman resort, but the environment and friendly greetings was the same as we had received in others. The surroundings are calm and secluded, with the usual attentive, yet unobtrusive Aman attention, service was impeccable, with things, such as laundry service and mini-bar replacement being carried out without you noticing (all inclusive!). Excursions were carried out without problems, with great attention to guests special needs (in my case I had limitations due to needing a knee operation) – our walking tour of the town was aided by Tooi, our Aman Tuk-tuk driver meeting us whenever we needed him, organised by our guide Dare. Thanks to all the staff, who were most helpful and friendly. Ian & Robert

Ian W - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

For those who have ever stayed at an Aman resort (not the least of which the cadre of so-called Aman junkies) know that, without a doubt, Aman is the most luxurious, sophisticated, hospitality-oriented (not to mention elite) hotel brand in the world. Mandarin, Four Seasons, Ritz, while all great...don't come close. Regardless of the location, property design or size, the experience is always that of being a beloved house guest at your fabulously wealthy, impeccably tasteful, best friend's private estate. The staff--all of them from GM to busboy--somehow manage to be incredibly personal (knowing all of your tastes and needs), warmly friendly and engaged ,but, at the same time, professionally appropriate. No request is too big or quirky. "No" does not exist in their language.The Amantaka is all of this in spades. The "room" (suites) are huge, furnished impeccably with colonial silks and teak. The bathrooms are beyond lavish...the size of some studio apartments Nothing is missed..down to the paper lining in the bureau drawers...and real pottery jugs in the shower. The moment you leave your room, housekeeping magically appears to refresh everything. The experience is seamless The spacious grounds are sublime---a quiet, peaceful, lantern lit oasis. Amantaka...and all Aman resorts are pricey. But there are few things I know that consistently deliver the kind of experience worth paying for like Aman. We loved it.

rwp05 - New Yokr

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

My wife and I had three days at the Amantaka in Luang Prabang. This is an excellent hotel in the center of a wonderful, unspoiled, friendly and interesting town. Our room was spacious, well equipped, comfortable, quiet and beautifully decorated. The housekeeping staff seemed to be ever-present and yet invisible: you left laundry out and it's gone. You turn round and it's back again! I recommend this place.

Henry T - Lymington

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