Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Considering Kompong Thom is totally off the tourist radar, there is a more than adequate selection of guesthouses and hotels to choose from.
Has river viewsJust northeast of the bridge
T: (062) 941 536;
While no other hotel in town seems to take advantage of offering river views, here you can find a room with a balcony -- though no furniture -- to stand and watch the river shift downstream. Rooms ... Read the full review of Mittapheap Hotel.
The best deal in townCorner of National Road 6 and Sereipheap St.
T: (062) 961 294;
Though it feels like a giant motel, this behemoth serves as Kompong Thom's makeshift welcome centre and houses most people passing through town. That's because its 58 rooms that, while lacking charm, ... Read the full review of Arunras Hotel & Restaurant.
Kompong Thom's luxury resortDemocrat Street, 600 metres from intersection with NR 6
T: (017) 924 612;
This French-owned hotel emerges like a mirage of luxury inside dusty, rundown Kompong Thom. Unfortunately, on closer inspection, it's not as lovely as it first appears. Though the pool, lined with ... Read the full review of Sambor Village.USD 35 to 75 1 vote Midrange
Roomy and plainJust southeast of the bridge
T: (012) 309 495;
Though we found the English-speaking management to be quite accommodating and kind, we again thought the prices were higher than the quality at this riverside hotel. A few rooms have obscured river ... Read the full review of Stung Sen Royal Hotel.USD 10 to 35 1 vote Flashpacker
Should be cosier23 Democrat Street
T: (011) 882 527;
Looks can be deceiving at this homestay-style guesthouse. From the outside, it looks like a quaint Khmer stilted home, but the rooms are less appealing. The ground floor rooms are really the only ... Read the full review of Santepheap Guesthouse.
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