Phnom Penh Hotel
What we say:
Do yourself a favour and don't look at Raffles before you see the Phnom Penh around the corner, with its hotel name spelled out in giant letters cut into the bushes lining the entrance. This picturesque hotel, located on north Monivong near Wat Phnom, is a top choice for its price range. Rooms, both pool and city view, have fine wood detail and crown mouldings to accent the modern decor. The showerhead is state-of-the-art, featuring a jet stream of water pressure. Any room above a standard has a Jacuzzi tub. The hotel caters to business travellers, so its enormous lobby and austere rooms feel a bit impersonal. Amenities include babysitting, a business centre, room service, doctor on call, WiFi, pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, spa, salon and gift shop. A popular buffet breakfast is included in the room price. The hotel is within walking distance of Wat Phnom and the US Embassy and also abuts the Buoeng Kak Lake area, so if you're keen to spend some time surrounded in backpackerland without having to sleep like a backpacker, check out Lazy Gecko or any of the popular pubs around the corner for friendly conversation and cheap, tasty food. For more upscale fare, the hotel has several reliably-good eateries, including American, Japanese, Chinese, and seafood restaurants. Staff can be curt.
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Contact details:#53 Monivong. Phnom Penh. T: (023) 991 868 F: (023) 991 818
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Deluxe Suite||140 USD||140 USD|
|Superior - Double||90 USD||90 USD|
|Deluxe- Double||100 USD||100 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 7th May, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 20th May, 2009
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Rated 3.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Not as good as it should have been
Stayed at the Phnom Penh Hotel in March 2008 and at US$125 per night was disappointed to find that my bed was absolutely infested with bed bugs. The only thing to do was go and stock up on $2 beers and hope that when the little blood suckers bit me they suffered alcohol poisoning!!
Phnom Penh Hotel reviewed by AB112619609 (Total reviews: 1) on
Nice and helpful
After staying at budget hostels and guesthouses in Thailand, Phnom Penh Hotel was a lovely comfortable change. No complaints except you must ask for a no-smoking room beforehand. And the standard rooms had mattresses that felt like box springs -- in fact I think it may have been just that. Beautiful pool and varied buffet for breakfast and dinner. Worth the money.
Phnom Penh Hotel reviewed by vbarbic (Total reviews: 4) on
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