Year of Construction
2019
Maximum Capacity
20
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Laos

As imposing as the upper Mekong River in Laos, Anouvong enchants as a small boutique luxury ship that seamlessly blends traditional Laotian ambiance and artwork with French-Colonial finesse. Passengers aboard this exclusive vessel discover the most beautiful, remote areas of Laos along the meandering river in utmost luxury. The large staterooms and lavish suites welcome guests with an inventive room layout while emphasizing laidback coziness. The intimate restaurant, the tucked-away spa, the cozy and light-flooded Café-Bar & Lounge with its adjacent wooden terrace deck all enhance the singular savoir-vivre lifestyle aboard Anouvong.

Cuisine

Experience the rich and flavourful cuisine of Laos and Southeast Asia. Whether the chefs prepare traditional Laotian recipes passed down for generations or treats from around the world, they use the best and freshest ingredients to please even the most particular of palates. Your voyage comes with a variety of culinary occasions – whether dining à la carte or bountiful buffet in the spectacular ambiance of the De Lagrée Dining Hall, open-air barbecues, al-fresco breakfasts, sandbank aperitifs or in-suite afternoon teas.

Stateroom Amenities

Deluxe Staterooms/#101-104: Anouvong’s four Deluxe Staterooms (1 double, 3 twins) sit on the main deck and have 20 sqm (215 sqft) of floor space. Panoramic sliding doors with a French balcony flair allow for unobstructed, breathtaking views of the riverscape. The gentle color tones create the ideal backdrop for local artwork and the handpainted Laotian patterns adorning the backdrop of the bed. French-colonial charms paired with the spirituality of Laos unfold through the immaculate furniture and décor. Two lovely wooden chairs with a small table invite guests to enjoy a cup of tea whilst taking in the passing scenery. The ensuite bathroom is complete with a walk-in shower and an art-deco vanity with a set of luxurious toiletries

Deluxe Executive Staterooms/#201-204: Four Deluxe Executive Staterooms (20 sqm/215 sqft, 2 doubles, and 2 twins) are designed and equipped equally to the Deluxe Stateroom while offering superior views from one floor higher on the terrace deck. These staterooms are also decorated with handpicked Laotian artwork and furniture inspired by the French-colonial epoch.

Signature Suites/#105-106: The two luxurious Signature Suites (two doubles) are the largest rooms aboard Anouvong, offering 30 sqm (323 sqft) total floor space (including a 3 sqm/32 sqft private balcony). Situated at the front of the main deck, the suites each come with a unique design theme and are named after two main tributaries of the Mekong River. Large floor-to-ceiling windows allow the sun to bathe the whole suite’s living areas in natural daylight. Plush French-colonial beds facing the windows offer spectacular views of the pristine riverscapes while drifting away in Laotian reverie. Private balconies with chairs and a coffee table at the front of the vessel allow for remarkable open-air bliss and cruising vistas. The Nam Ming Signature Suite on the port side (left) is decorated with hand-carved traditional Laotian patterns and a stunning brass artwork portraying Buddha’s fingerprints, creating an impressive backdrop to the bed. The Nam Khan Signature Suite on the starboard (right) features a hand-crafted mosaic on the main wall depicting life in a Laotian village. The suites’ brightly lit ceramic mosaic-tiled bathrooms are outfitted with a couples vanity, a large walk-in shower and a Jacuzzi overlooking the passing landscape.