The hotel is located quite conveniently. The rooms are very spacious and clean. The decor is also very nice. Breakfast has quite a few options and the food is good quality. They help to accommodate special requirements as much as possible as well. For me the highlight was the staff. The reception staff was very friendly, always in a good mood and very helpful. The staff at the restaurant was also very nice and helpful. I forgot my passport at the hotel and had to call for them to help me get it to the airport. The receptionist came himself and brought it so I would not miss my flight and it would be in safe hands. This was exceptional service and saved me of quite a predicament. Would definitely stay there again! Thank you :)
We had a wonderful time at the Vmansion- Hotel. Very friendly an helpful staff. Service was excellent and made our stay in Phnom Penh extraordinary. Breakfast and room are very good and comfortable. Its a good located smaller hotel close to the sights:-) All the best!!!!
Vmansion was the perfect landing spot in Phnom Penh. The employees were kind and went out of their way to be helpful! Our room was pretty and comfortable, the shower was great and the complimentary breakfast was delicious. Would definitely stay here again!
I can't really say enough good things about the hotel and staff. The rooms are clean and great. WIFI is fast. The food at the hotel is amazing. Happy hour is the best bargain in Cambodia. The hotel itself is very cool and unique, being a converted mansion. I have stayed here on three separate visits. Many of their guests are repeat customers. The rates are extremely reasonable for what you get.
We stayed here for 2 nights in February 2020. This is really a 3.5 star review, as the hotel was no more than quite nice. On arrival we were upgraded to the "Songsaar" room on the second floor (we had booked the Angkor room on the first floor). The hotel does not have any lifts and the stairs were steep in places, so no problem for us but could be a problem for anyone with mobility issues. The hotel has a kind of colonial feel to it, with lots of dark wood and antique furniture. The check in was fine although perhaps not as slick as some other smart hotels. The receptionist had not even heard of the local restaurant we intended to eat at (Khema Pasteur). The room was not very practical. There was nowhere to put the suitcases and the bed was in the middle of the room but facing the rear, very strange. The bathroom likewise was strange as it had a bath with a shower over it but no bath curtain to keep the water in and the shower head was too low. There was a window looking into the bathroom (!) There were material blinds installed which got wet. The bathroom door stuck a bit and did not close properly, so some maintenance issues here. There was a big private balcony and decent WiFi. Despite the local construction work, the room was not too noisy (although one night there was karaoke noise outside till 11.30) and we slept quite well. Breakfast was in the pleasant open lobby. The food was ok but the service could be slow as only one member of staff was serving all the guests. As ever the staff were friendly and pleasant. We ate at the nearby French restaurant Khema Pasteur which was quality food for reasonable prices. The hotel bar had its own happy hour which is recommended as the cocktails were good and reasonably priced. Overall therefore a charming characterful hotel but with some issues.…