Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
There is no shortage of guesthouses and hotels in Koh Kong city. Below are just a selection of the better options, if these are all full, there are at least a dozen more off the main road, although you'll have a better chance communicating in Thai or Khmer than English.
A tropical oasisSmach Mean Chey, Koh Kong
T: (092) 228 342;
Oasis Bungalow Resort is truly an oasis away from the hustle and bustle Koh Kong city. Located 2km outside of town (a $1 moto ride) off the main street, Oasis Resort’s main draw is its secluded ... Read the full review of Oasis Bungalow Resort .
A good Khmer-style hotelRiverside, Koh Kong
T: (035) 936 777;
Koh Kong City Hotel is a typical Khmer-style upscale hotel – it's not interesting in any way, unless you find off-white ceramic tiles fascinating, but it's spotlessly clean, very new feeling and ... Read the full review of Koh Kong City Hotel.
Excellent valueRiverside, Koh Kong
T: (099) 958 181;
Located next to the Koh Kong Guesthouse, Kolab Koh Kong Guesthouse is a newish hotel that offers Koh Kong's best rooms in the $8 to $12 range. Not a particularly inspiring place, but the paint is ... Read the full review of Kolab Koh Kong Guesthouse.
Flashest in downtownKoh Kong
T: (035) 93 6667; F: (035) 93 6668
The flashpacker option in central Koh Kong, the Asian Hotel has immaculate rooms with all the mod cons Koh Kong has to offer. The place used to be called the Asean Hotel but is in the process of ... Read the full review of Koh Kong Asean Hotel.
The most popular budget option in townUnnamed road that heads southeast off the roundabout, Koh Kong
T: (016) 946 079;
Popular with backpackers and other budget travellers, Blue Moon is run by a Cambodian former park ranger, with a little help from an English expatriate. The rooms are spare but clean, although some ... Read the full review of Blue Moon.
Budget backpacker optionUnnamed road that heads southeast off the roundabout, Koh Kong
T: (015) 533 223;
The guesthouse formerly known as Neptune – although signs say that it's formally known as Neptune -- has been taken over by Paddy of Paddy's Bamboo Bar. A popular choice with backpackers, Paddy's ... Read the full review of Paddy's Guesthouse.
The best tight budget betStreet 8, half a block from the riverside, Koh Kong town
T: (035) 393 927;
Heading inland from the river road, Otto's sits on a well shaded corner with a bunch of functional though basic wooden rooms in rambling wooden set-up. The two large and well-decked-out balcony areas ... Read the full review of Otto's.
The motodops favouriteUnnamed road that heads southeast off the roundabout, 56 Village 3 Dong Tang Commune
T: (016) 797 989;
This popular guesthouse must pay the biggest commissions in town as this is where every motodop seems to want to take you. Overall it is a pretty good establishment, as long as you're not too fussed ... Read the full review of Rasmey Buntham Guesthouse.
Gone downhill, but still popularAcross from the river, Koh Kong
T: (016) 654 171;
Koh Kong Guesthouse is one of the cheapest options in town, it’s in a wooden house with an attached restaurant next door. As it is across the road from the river, there isn't much in the way of ... Read the full review of Koh Kong Guesthouse.Under USD 10 3 votes Backpacker
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