Burasari Heritage, a romantic boutique resort in the heart of historic Luang Prabang has been recognized Laos PDR’s Best Luxury Romantic Hotel 2016 by the World Luxury Awards committee. As winner in the the Best Luxury Romantic Hotel 2016 category, Burasari Heritage was recognized for its romantic, nostalgic mood and setting, evoking an era of regal splendour and French colonial joie de vivre and celebrating a period of exotic travel, adventure and quiet contemplation.
On 29 October, 2016, the 10th Annual World Luxury Hotel Awards Gala convened in Dubai and decided the world’s best luxury properties in several categories. The World Luxury Hotel Awards is a recognized global organization providing luxury hotels with recognition for their world class facilities and service excellence to their guests. Hotels are nominated by guests, travel agents and tour operators, while guests and independent panel of experts casts votes to choose the award recipients. Awards are granted based on service delivery, luxury amenities and overall presentation in several categories. Through its history, the World Luxury Hotel Awards has elevated the bar for luxury and guest services within the hospitality industry.
Burasari Heritage is part of Burasari Group, a boutique hotel and management company based in Bangkok, Thailand. Burasari Heritage is an intimate, 20-room resort in the heart of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage city. Burasari Heritage’s rooms and suites merge heritage Lao and French colonial architecture, with exquisite handwoven textiles, period furniture and superb amenities. The property is located in the heart of the historic old town centre, along the gorgeous Nam Khan River and a short stroll from the city’s most iconic temples, charming French cafes and local markets.
“It is a tremendous honour to be named Best Luxury Romantic Hotel’,” said Lily Udomkunnatum, Burasari Group’s Managing Director. “Luang Prabang is an ideal romantic getaway, and we try to capture the lovely spirit and romance of the the town in everything we do.”