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Zecha Returns With Affordable Luxury Offering Azerai

Category: Hotels, Posted:04 Feb 2017 | 13:09 pm

Luxury hotelier and ex-Aman frontman Adrian Zecha has returned to the hotel space with a new affordable luxury offering tagged as Azerai Luang Prabang.

With 53 rooms the property which is located in the historic Laos cultural center, includes a mix  of new and old.  The offering first had a smattering of   100 year old buildings that were used by the French military and was later re-developed as the Phousi Hotel.

Today the new product is a blend of colonial architecture and classic contemporary design.

As for the name, it’s a blend of Adrian Zecha’s initials AZ and  the word Persian word caravanserai that translates into a travelers courtyard that is used to rest in.

Expect more shortly from the Azerai team.

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