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Photo of Brise de Kep BoutiqueBrise de Kep Boutique

A quiet seaside spot

Road #33 (Seaside Road), Kep T: (097) 629 8797

Brise de Kep Boutique

Our rating:
3.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

A small boutique with a great location right on the sea, Brise de Kep Boutique is not to be confused with its more centrally located sister property by the bus station.

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The boutique is at the quieter Koh Tonsay pier end of the seafront. Most of the eight ground floor rooms face the sea and are accessed via a shaded terrace that gives out on to a pretty garden. The rooms are large, airy and clean, and each has a good mattress, hot water bathroom, air-con, fridge, TV and kettle, plus inclusive breakfast. Boutique refers more to the size than the ambience, and the staff came across as slightly befuddled, but this is a pleasant spot from which to explore Kep. It’s one of the only ones with a seafront restaurant, which is a beautiful spot to start the day. The restaurant/bar serves up Khmer and French food, with an emphasis on seafood -- main dishes are from $4 upwards. They offer brunches on Saturdays for just $5. A mini-beach with loungers and a cabanas is a breezy spot to enjoy the views of Rabbit Island.

Last updated on 24th February, 2016.

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Brise de Kep Boutique

Road #33 (Seaside Road), Kep
T: (097) 629 8797
Room rates: US$35 to 75

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