We've been staying in Kong guest (bar) for 12 nights with our 5 year old son during the second half of February 2013. First we liked it, wanted to spend at least a month. We were asked to pay $500 for a month in advance and we did (shame on me). Right after payment they told us that electricity should be paid for too (1 thousand riel for 1 kVt). Okay... We tried not to spend much electricity. ) Next day they told we would pay for fixing TV or aircond if something gets broken (without any fault of ours). That was strange, but we did not pay much attention. Next day we understood that Kong is a trap. In Sihanoukville there is the electricity problem. That means no electricity almost every day for some time, may be for all day and night long. Usually guest houses have power generators to give electricity to their customers, at least when its dark. NEVER in Kong! They always put electricity generator stream to their first floor bar (with lots of their own "women for one night" - family business, you know), but never for inhabitants! And some people pay $32 a day! Moreover, when there is no electricity, there is no water! Imagine, we come from a beach late evening with our child and we can't even take a shower! It is very hot and noisy inside, fridge won't work, scary, eh? And it is almost impossible to sleep there, no sound isolation, just like sleeping by the road with all those loud bikes, cars and drunk/drugged people. In 12 days we asked for money back, they surprised us with guess what! 2 thousand riel for kVt of ELECTRICITY WE NEVER HAD!! Awful place to live, awful place to think of now. DO NOT COME! Their main business is sharing their women with elder europeans, but not guesting.