The cottages were private, clean and comfortable. The pool area was amazing, the breakfast delicious and the staff was wonderful. . Unfortunately, there had been some construction in the area when we were there and the beach was a mess...although they were in the process of cleaning it up.
The whole area is under construction so it was noisy out the front of the resort and hard to get around.They are building new roads so there's not much of a beach at the moment- definitely not peaceful. The staff were not helpful, from the start one of the staff saw us struggling to drag our bags in and he completely walked past us to help a guy behind us. Most had trouble understanding English. We're repeatedly not helpful. The room was comfortable enough, small but had what we needed. The half indoor/outdoor bathroom was full of mosquitos. Would not stay again or recommend anyone to.
My husband and I, plus another couple stayed at this resort for 3 nights during our tour of Cambodia. Loved the individual bungalows for our rooms and the outdoor bathroom! The staff were all great, a bit of a language barrier but always someone right there to help. We used the pool a lot as the whole area was under construction, even the town of Sihanoukville , totally under construction! I could not believe it, every road, buildings...never seen anything like that in my life! Anyways our resort was lovely, beautiful grounds, food was good, pool was a relief. If you go in the next year be prepared for nothing to be open!
Sahaa beach resort is a charming little resort in a war zone alike environment. The resort looks nice while having clean rooms. The outside bathroom gave some natural feeling. Bed is comfy, airco works okay. We especially appreciated the little private pool that came with our room. Friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere. One of the most fun barkeepers we encountered on our trip. Dinner was good, breakfast was disappointing. Even in smaller scaled resorts, we had better. Our suggestion would be to serve breakfast by a la carte menu rather then (depleted) buffet. That offers more choise while giving less waste. Unfortunately, we cannot recommend Sihanoukville (just stay away!) but if by any chance you need to spend the night there, this resort is a good choise. Just don’t leave the resort and you’ll be fine. …
It was a real pleasure to stay in this hotel. The staff was very friendly, the room was beautiful and the design of the hotel is amazing! It was an oasis of calm, a real haven of peace. The food and the cocktails were delicious. Very appreciating to have a pool to end perfectly the afternoon. I recommend you 100%, especially since the situation of Sihanoukville is very bad; Sihanoukville is a city under construction, so you will find a lot of mess everywhere. Moreover, the new hotels/shops is principally built by Chinese people which is very difficult for the local people. In summary, it will be a China town way more too expensive for the Cambodian to live in! Very disappointing and sad for them.