Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
On an island, a sense of busyness is relative, but for a range of accommodation and a little night life, Koh Touch village and beach on the southeastern side of Koh Rong is the best choice. From homestays and cheap dorm beds to treehouses and solar powered bungalows with breathtaking views, the biggest selection is here.
Prepare to stay longer than intendedKoh Touch beach, Koh Rong, southeast side Booking office on Serendipity Beach Road at Monkey Republic
T: (081) 830 991;
Opened in December 2010, Monkey Island is the work of Sihanoukville's Monkey Republic and attracts a similar, youngish crowd. Nineteen bungalows are scattered on and behind a picture-perfect white ... Read the full review of Monkey Island.
Budget bedsKoh Touch, Koh Rong, Southeast side
T: (081) 227353;
With only seven rooms upstairs above the Corner Bar restaurant you need to be quick off the boat to score a bed here. About 150 metres along the beach from the village, the wooden rooms are ... Read the full review of AKA Guesthouse.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
Where the action isKoh Touch, Koh Rong, Southeast side, Booking office at Koh Rong Island Travel on Serendipity Beach Road, Sihanoukville.
T: (081) 466 880;
The first place you'll see when you step off the pier, Coco's snuggles up next to Koh Touch village at one end of the beach. Run in collaboration with Koh Rong Dive Centre, Coco's is the hang-out ... Read the full review of Coco's Bungalow Resort.
Beautiful, romantic bungalowsKoh Touch beach, Koh Rong, Southeast side, Book at the Dive Shop on Serendipity Beach Road, Sihanoukville
T: (092) 54 88 83;
Paradise is the well-named long-timer on the southeast side of Koh Rong. The affable German manager, Rudy, explained that although he does get some backpacker clientele, he usually sells more wine ... Read the full review of Paradise Bungalows.USD 35 to 75 1 vote Midrange
Island paradise in the skyoh Touch beach, Koh Rong, southeast side Booking office at Koh Rong Island Travel on Serendipity Beach
T: (016) 594 177;
If you're looking for an island getaway, look no further than Treehouse Bungalows on Koh Rong. At the far end of Koh Touch beach after Paradise Bungalows, access the resort and 'private' beach via a ... Read the full review of Treehouse Bungalows.USD 10 to 35 2 votes Flashpacker
Where sleep is cheapDive Shop Pier, Koh Touch, Koh Rong, Southeast side
T: (087) 653 100;
One of the cheaper options on the island, Koh Rong Backpackers is built on a stilted pier, winning points in the closest-to-the-sea stakes. The 40 bunkbeds are rather snugly fitted in dorm rooms of ... Read the full review of Koh Rong Backpackers.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
Sok San village
Sok San village at the end of 7km beach has two beach bungalow options to choose from. The village behind is tiny and well kept, with a small grocery stall and beachside pool tables but very little else in the way of entertainment.
Basic but relaxingSok San Village, Koh Rong, western side
T: (092) 676 646;
If it's all about location, then these 14 beach bungalows at the beginning of seven kilometres of white sand and turquoise sea have got it made. The mattresses won't win any awards for size or ... Read the full review of Sok San Bungalows.
Khmer hospitalitySok San Village, Koh Rong, western side
T: (078) 559 959;
Angkor Chum opened for business in January 2011, and its popularity means all six bungalows are regularly filled with customers who keep extending their stay. The bungalows are simple, but built ... Read the full review of Angkor Chum.Under USD 10 2 votes Backpacker
Northeast Koh Rong
This area is well away from the crowds, but a great hangout nevertheless. Other than a small collection of local dwellings and the exclusive resort in the bay, there's not much around. This is definitely the place for relaxation and peace, but you can trek to Sok San village if you want to make sure other people exist.
Movie star hangout, flashpacker pricesKoh Rong, Northeast side
T: (015) 485 865;
Opposite the exclusive Song Saa resort, Palm Beach had us almost feeling sorry for the rich and famous. And while this little piece of paradise doesn't come with its own butler, South African owner ... Read the full review of Palm Beach Resort.
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