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King Fy Hotel

The King Fy is a good deal.

Photo of King Fy Hotel, Street 155 (riverside road, east), Battambang. , Battambang

What we say: 3.5 stars

King Fy (pronounced fee) is the newly built, tall, thin, grey-blue building on the riverbank that towers over downtown Battambang. Opinions vary – it's a bit of an eyesore though it could have been a lot worse, and architecture aside, as an hotel, it's pretty good. Rooms are comfortable; they aren't huge, but all have good views, free tea and coffee, minibars, WiFi, air-con, cable TV and even power showers. The complementary breakfast is excellent. Staff are consistently friendly and helpful, the location is good and the view from the top floor is stunning, though it's just crying out for a rooftop bar (At present you have to hit your minibar and take a can and glass upstairs with you.) There's a pool on the ground floor and restaurant on the first – the former is somewhat dingy but check out the odd wall paintings around it. The country scenes of cascades and deer are oddly finished off by a final panel showing Khmer Rouge atrocities. Rooms are either superior or deluxe, with the latter having slightly more kitsch decor and costing $1 more, while river-view rooms also cost $1 more than non-river view. For what you get, King Fy is a good deal.


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Contact details:

Street 155 (riverside road, east), Battambang.  T: (053) 666 9960, (053) 500 0510, (077) 757 502 F: (053) 952 902  
Email them at: info@kingfyhotel.com
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What we were quoted

Type of room Low season High season Notes
Superior - Double 29 USD 29 USD

Added to Travelfish on: 13th January, 2014
Last visited or updated on: 13th January, 2014

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Based in Chiang Mai, Mark Ord has been travelling Southeast Asia for over two decades and first crossed paths with Travelfish on Ko Lipe in the early 1990s.
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