Amantaka is a vacation hotel that underwent renovations in 1923, transforming it from a historical monument into a charming establishment with a nostalgic ambiance inspired by the French colonial era.
Located in Luang Prabang, Laos, in Southeast Asia, it preserves Southeast Asian architecture and cultural characteristics. It has been recognized as an important cultural heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Amantaka, located here, was once the governor's residence in 1923 and has now been transformed into 24 suites. It retains elements of the past French colonial features, including white walls and architectural facades, rustic wooden furniture, as well as rattan tables, chairs, and ceiling fans, allowing people immersed in it to feel a sense of nostalgia.