Arunras Hotel & Restaurant
The best deal in town
What we say:
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, are well-appointed and come in a range of options. Rooms are clean, with fabric headboards, TV, and a Chinese-made switch panel to operate the various lights and gadgets. Some rooms have balconies while others have windows and the cheapest are the windowless rooms in the building's centre. All can be rented as either air-con or fan rooms. It's five floors, with elevator connecting them. In addition to the hotel, it has a huge restaurant, a night club, a karaoke parlour, and a conference hall.
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Contact details:Corner of National Road 6 and Sereipheap St.. T: (062) 961 294, (012) 836 107
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||5 USD||5 USD||$7 with a window|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||10 USD||10 USD||$15 with hot water|
Added to Travelfish on: 30th September, 2009
Last visited or updated on: 30th September, 2009
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Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
Does the job
A large, functional mid-range hotel with clean, decent rooms. Paid $8 for an inside fan room (twin) - it did have windows but the building next door is so close it doesn't allow much natural light. We were quoted $15 for an air-con room - the air-con and fan rooms are the same, just with or without the air-con control. Free wifi in the lobby and adjacent restaurant.Â
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