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Angkor International Hotel

Run down hotel near the river

Photo of Angkor International Hotel, #38-50 Street 148, Phnom Penh. , Phnom Penh

What we say: 2 stars

The Angkor used to be a rundown old dump and that's still half true. When the new wing is full they still book people into rooms in the old one, which is a musty, cruddy mess with the same price tag. If they try to stick you here, head one block southeast and check out Cyclo Guesthouse for about the same price, or three blocks east to Indochine Hotel. The neighbourhood, near several markets, snooker halls, and videogame parlours (as well as a few of the most downtrodden-looking hostess bars in town) is quite seedy. And the hotel itself is incredibly tacky, with a chipped gold roof, though the new lobby has a fairly decent bar (with a really lousy pool table). The only reason to stay here would be for the new rooms, which are really a great deal for the price, with nice bedding, good amenities and bathrooms with tubs. The rooms vary a lot in size and comfort, so ask to see a couple before selecting one, and because of the fluctuations in occupancy you may be able to bargain down the price a bit. Another drawback is that there are seven floors and no elevators.

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#38-50 Street 148, Phnom Penh.  T: (023) 217 609 F: (023) 217 505  
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What we were quoted

Type of room Low season High season Notes
Dbl air-con private b'room 15 USD 15 USD
Triple air-con private b'room 20 USD 20 USD
Quad air-con private b'room 25 USD 25 USD
Family room 30 USD 30 USD

Added to Travelfish on: 5th May, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 12th March, 2014

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Angkor International Hotel
#38-50 Street 148, Phnom Penh. 
T: (023) 217 609 F: (023) 217 505

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