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from the spectacular lobby to the rooms it was all very nice,the carvings are quite amazing and everywhere,beds very comfortable and the roof top bar and pool was really appreciated,the shower needs to be run for a couple of mins to allow the hot water...More
We stayed in a triple room, with three single beds. The room was clean and there is a mini bar with a variety of drinks. The swimming pool is at the roof top (level 14) which offers you a good view of the city. You...More
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. Worth for the money. Very clean and beautiful hotel. Warmest welcome with fruits juice. Bfast was dammm good. Superp. Good location. Very near to Muzium, River Cruice and Royal Palace. You can walk from hotel to Royal...More
the hotel is situated behind the national museum and very accessible to other places of interest. the outside location which surrounds the hotel is not safe - they even have a signage outside the hotel that you should be aware of pick pockets. the reception...More
Beautiful views over the museum and royal palace. Nice large rooms with views across the city. Breakfast on the top floor, good but basic selection fruit, vegetarian and non vegetarian foods. Great sunset bar and small pool on roof.
To Love Takes... Hello and glad you had the chance to go to Cambodia. It is truly amazing isn't it? Sorry I have little information about the boat in question as we did not take a trip on it. We did see it though and I... More
To Love Takes... Hello and glad you had the chance to go to Cambodia. It is truly amazing isn't it? Sorry I have little information about the boat in question as we did not take a trip on it. We did see it though and I did ask the staff at the Okay Boutique Hotel about it as we'd thought about taking a trip on it. It's a beautiful, old. iconic boat owned by the previous owner of the hotel (I understand he recently sold the hotel). One can still ride free if you're staying in the hotel, and I think it's around $35 if you are not a hotel guest, expensive by Cambodian standards. We were told they serve food for reasonable prices once on the boat and the trip is a short 2 to 3 hours. Again, we did not go, but were told it was a safe boat. Daniel C. Portland, Oregon