This place convinced by the beautiful garden where you can relax at the pool, eat or have a drink. Rooms are nice and clean. The Kabiki is located in a closed and thus quiet road (president is living there). Walkable distance to the riverside promenade and to the royal palace. In January 2020 there was a large building construction making some noise during the day. Avoid getting rooms to the noisy side. However, we would come again.
We had a lovely time at Kabiki. It’s an oasis in the middle of the city. The location is fantastic - it’s close to the royal palace, to some restaurants and to wat botum (playground and park). The hotel is lovely and quiet, the pools are rarely busy but are a little chilly due to the gardens being shaded. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We stayed here with our 2 year old boy who loved running around the gardens, looking at the turtle and fish and playing on the swing. We had an issue with the air con on our first night so we were provided with a fab which was fine and the air con was fixed he next day. And we were given some money off our bill which we were not expecting - excellent customer service. Highly recommended!
We had a nice few nights at the Kabiki Hotel. The staff were pleasant and helpful. Our room was spotless, simple but stylishly furnished. The bed was so comfortable and the hotel is quiet, so it made for a restful stay. There is a bat living in the roof above the balcony of our room, which made a lot of mess on the balcony. Bat droppings and food. Where the hotel lacked in my opinion, is in the details. For example no handsoap or flannels in the bathroom. No handtowels in the pool toilets. The restaurant menu lacks imagination and the portions are tiny. Breakfast was disappointing compared to other hotels I've stayed in Cambodia.The restaurant staff are nice but very young and inexperienced and I wasn't aware of a supervisor. You also need to be aware of the number of rats running around the hotel grounds!…
We loved our stay at The Kabiki over new year. It was a real oasis within the busy capital city. The pool was lovely, the gardens beautiful, the bedrooms spacious and comfy and breakfast delicious! The staff were really friendly and make fantastic cocktails! The location is great as it's down a road that's closed to traffic so is super quiet. There is a handy supermarket nearby for snacks and it's pretty close to the palace and museum. Our whole family (including two six year olds) loved this hotel.
and probably it would be perfect if I got some different room? The one I had, right next to the reception was average. Spacious, comfortable enough but it lacked this 'something', wasn't cozy and in fact some noise could be heard inside. Apart from that everything was really good, starting from the beautiful gardens, through the pool, bar to the wonderful people around, always happy to help. It was a real pleasure to run back to the hotel from the craziness of Phnom Penh.