Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Bungalows and guesthouses on Otres are fairly similar to one another, but a few do distinguish themselves and are noted here. Cheap beds are the norm but it won't be too long before upscale resorts stake claim.
It's mushroom maniaOtres Beach, access road across from the beach
T: (097) 712 4635, (078) 509 079;
Since opening at the end of 2011, Mushroom Point has quickly become one of Sihanoukville's best known and best loved places to stay. It's situated on chilled out Otres Beach and boasts clean, big and ... Read the full review of Mushroom Point.
Clean and quietOtres beach, access road across from the beach
T: (034) 699 9968;
These clean, large rooms are done in a typical Khmer style — which always seems to involve remarkably shiny, slick floors — and have been newly painted and refurbished. However, there are nice ... Read the full review of Otres Beach Guesthouse.
A well isolated and secluded spotHeadland between Otres Beach and Ochheuteal beach
T: (011) 937 373;
Queens Hill Resort sits at the far end of Ochheuteal beach atop the headland and overlooking both Ochheuteal beach on one side and Otres beach on the other. Rooms are somewhat exposed, but large with ... Read the full review of Queen Hill Resort.
Basic and nondescriptOtres beach, access road across from the beach
T: (034) 666 8080;
These basic concrete bungalows with thatched roofs are brightly coloured on the outside but not particularly exciting on the inside, with rooms having something of a barren feel to them. That said, ... Read the full review of Lim Hour Bungalows.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
Eco-friendlyOtres Beach, access road across from the beach
T: (097) 936 1441;
A joint Swedish and Canadian venture, Done Right prides itself on being ecologically sound. They used beer cans to build their bar, beer bottles to build their walls and Bombay Sapphire bottles in ... Read the full review of Done Right.
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