The River Garden
Quirky, jungle fun
What we say:
Walking into The RiverGarden is like stepping into your own adventure. The path winding through the tall jungle gardens leads to a group of chalets housing medium sized rooms, all with air-con and most of the amenities, including TV, minibar (some rooms only) and tea/coffee-making facilities. The rooms are comfortable and stylish, and clearly the owner has been rummaging as each has its own unique piece of antique furnishing of Khmer or Chinese origin. During the rainy season, some of the ground floor chalets may have a touch of damp, but they are otherwise very pretty, and from each one you step out every morning into a jungle oasis. The hotel restaurant has an incredibly good reputation, and they also pride themselves on their bakery goods, such as brownies, muffins and banana cake. The hotel organises its own cookery classes which are greatly popular. The sense of fun and creativity of the owner is evident everywhere, from the quirky little heart-warming slogans on the walls, teapots posing as plantpots, the colourful design and funny little features such as the clock set to La La Land time. And for those who've been travelling for a while and are missing home, she's even installed a thick carpet beside reception for you to get your toes into and remind you of home. Our only complaint is the coffee, which doesn't meet the standards set elsewhere in this place. Good tour information is available.
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Contact details:113 Mondul 111 Phoum Treang, west river side. T: (063) 963 400
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||45 USD||45 USD|
|Deluxe bungalow||80 USD||80 USD|
|Family room||80 USD||80 USD|
|Bungalow air-con private b'room||40 USD||40 USD||$50 for a Khmer cottage|
Added to Travelfish on: 22nd August, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 22nd August, 2012
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