Photo: Clean, if tired, Stung Treng Guesthouse.

Photo of Stung Treng GuesthouseStung Treng Guesthouse

Centrally located and clean

Street 63, Stung Treng (west of the market) T: (088) 565 4433, (012) 916 465 

Stung Treng Guesthouse

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Our rating:
3.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

Slap in the thick of it all, Stung Treng Guesthouse offers clean and well-maintained, if a little tired, rooms overlooking Stung Treng’s main thoroughfare and the central market.



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The rooms come in three main flavours -- standard with window, standard without window and a variety of VIP options. The standards, as much as we were able to figure out, are all on the top (third) floor and are standard in pretty much every concern. The one great thing about here is there is a great view over the Central Market from the top floor balcony.

Rooms come with TV and a couple of sticks of furniture but no WiFi. The staff speak excellent English, and were very friendly and helpful, a real pleasure to encounter. If this place is full, you may want to check out Sampheap Guesthouse, on the corner overlooking the river, which offers similar if slightly less well-maintained rooms at the same price. The owners and staff could also warm up a little.

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Last updated on 13th May, 2016.


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Stung Treng Guesthouse

Street 63, Stung Treng (west of the market)
T: (088) 565 4433, (012) 916 465 
Room rates: Under US$10



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