Best Location right on the river shore, in the heart of the Peninsula and slightly away from the hustle and bustle of the main street. This allows you to walk to all the famous monasteries and sights within a few minutes.
Distances to walk:
- Wat Xiengthong: 5 Minutes
- Night Market: 10 Minutes
- Royal Palace: 10 Minutes
- Phou Si Mountain: 10 Minutes
Free bicycles to go around and explore this beautiful UNESCO world heritage town.
As Luang Prabang is all flat, this is the most convenient way to get around the city. Our bicycles are at your services at any time - and free of any charge.
All day long a la carte breakfast right on the Mekong river shore starting from 7.30 am.
As our kitchen prepares everything fresh, you are welcome to enjoy your complimentary breakfast at any time of the day. Going early to the waterfalls and come back at 11.30 am? No worries. Our team is here for you and happy to offer a big variety of
- Local coffees and teas
- Fruit juices and shakes
- Fried, scrambled, boiled eggs and omelette
- Ham, bacon and sausages
- Homemade Pancakes
- Croissants and baguette from the famous French Bakery Le Banneton
- Cheese, salami, local jam and butter
- Freshly made Bircher Muesli
- Fresh seasonal fruits
- Asian breakfast including fried rice, noodles, rice soups, pho, and much more ...
All rooms face the Mekong river. They are designed to provide a sense of space, warmth and, above all, comfort. Each room has a natural wooden or stone floor, a king or queen size bed and an alcove or private balcony overlooking the Mekong.
Highlight: Complimentary minibar in your room which will be restocked every day.
Enjoy our efforts towards sustainable tourism.
- Organic garden on the banks of the Mekong river
- Glass bottles instead of plastic bottles in the room
- Ceramic amenities dispensers instead of single-use plastic bottles
- Water refill station as a part of the fantastic REFILL NO LANDFILL campaign
- Stainless steel straws instead of single-use plastic straws
- Biogas tank for food waste, which we use to produce cooking gas
We at The Belle Rive Boutique Hotel are proud to be a sustainable accommodation, taking responsibility for our impacts on the environment, our employees and the local community, including:
● Complying with the legal requirements of environmental legislation and regulation
● Setting objectives and targets, measuring progress and reporting our achievements. We aim to reduce our carbon emission and water consumption by 10 - 15% by December 2024
● Consider energy efficiency when purchasing new electrical equipment.
● Preventing pollution and minimising it by reducing the use of harmful substances by using Natural antibacterial cleaning products
● Using non-renewable resources like energy and water efficiently and making sure that we reduce the waste that we produce including a no single use plastic policy
● Protecting and enhancing all our neighbouring ecosystems
● Raising awareness of our environmental commitments with our employees, customers, suppliers and the local community, encouraging them support our activities
● Working with our suppliers to embed sustainable practices into our supply chain
Human Rights and Labour Practices
● Complying with the legal requirements of employment and human rights legislation and regulation
● Respecting our employees and their culture, traditions and intellectual property rights
● Treating our employees equally, regardless of their age, disability, nationality, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation or gender reassignment in all aspects of the business (including but not restricted to recruitment, general employment, training and promotion).
● Ongoing training and professional development for all our employees
● Training our employees on our sustainability policies so they understand and are actively involved in the achievement of our objectives and targets.
● Allowing our employees to join a Trade Union and to meet up in working hours to discuss employment-related issues. If a trade union is not available, we allow them to form their own association and elect a spokesperson to discuss employment issues
● Employing people from local community wherever possible.
● Maintaining a close relationship with our local community, ensuring that issues of their concern are discussed and resolved
● Purchasing goods and services from local suppliers, wherever possible
● Making regular donations to local environmental or humanitarian charities and encourage our guests to support them too
● Protecting children from all form of abuse and exploitation, including sexual exploitation, ensuring our staff are trained so they know what to do if they suspect a child is at risk, in or near our property
● We have procedures in place to ensure we are monitoring guests and staff feedback and making any necessary changes to our business as a result of that feedback
Health and Safety
● Full compliance with relevant legal requirements
● Creating and maintaining a safe and healthy environment and elimination of conditions that could result in activities with non-negligible probability of adverse effects.
● Continuous training, development and evaluation of the adequacy of staff in the use of machinery and equipment, use of chemicals and manual handling and continuous awareness of health and safety at work.