Flash digs, outstanding river views
What we say:
Vying with The Quay for the title of the flashest digs on Sisowath Quay, the Amanjaya Hotel is primarily aimed at the aid community and business traveller market. It offers a superior standard of rooms with outstanding river views. The striking yellow hotel stands out on the corner of a major intersection, a token of opulence amid large swaths of more budget-oriented accommodation. Its colour palette of deep reds, golds and browns signals that it has more in common with the colonial luxury of Raffles than the modern style of The Quay a few doors down. The hotel's 21 wooden-floored, spotless rooms are decorated in tasteful contemporary Asian style, filled with carved Cambodian rosewood furniture, and come with semi-firm, king-size beds and plush bathrooms with good-sized baths. Fresh flowers and hanging kramas complete the decor. Heavy gold drapes and thick glazing keep the traffic noise at bay, but on the upper floors you can leave the drapes and door wide open for a fresh breeze and not be too bothered by the racket outside. The porches for the smaller rooms seat no more than two people comfortably, while palatial panorama rooms are worth the extra money with their wrap-around balcony offering temple and river views and large enough to host a mid-sized party. Professional and very friendly staff are a major asset here. The hotel does not have a pool but still, if within your budget, Amanjaya is a fine choice. The ground floor is given over to the K-West Steakhouse, which serves big, pricey cuts of meat and offers free WiFi.
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Contact details:1 Street 154, Sisowath Quay. T: (023) 214 747 F: (053) 219 545
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Suite||120 USD||155 USD|
|Deluxe Suite||175 USD||250 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 23rd September, 2005
Last visited or updated on: 26th May, 2009
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