Traveling with a friend, we found the Kabiki by accident after fleeing the $20 a night place we had booked in advance. The staff is very helpful, calling to make dinner reservations or making suggestions about what to see, the rooms are surprisingly spacious and nicely designed, and almost all of them have outdoor space, a nice touch. Breakfast included some of the best baked goods we had in Cambodia, and the pool, with its shaded lounges, was divine. One note - the presidential quarters (or some such) are on the same block, so taxis and tuktuks cannot drive you through the gate to the front entrance of the hotel. But it's no problem - the bellstaff will come out and collect you and your things.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- After opening our famous Pavilion boutique hotel, we realised, as people with family ourselves, that Phnom Penh needed a resort that was family orientated and child friendly. The historic colonial house we found on Oknha Peich Street with its 3500m2 of surrounding land was perfect. Caring, friendly staff, lots of nature for children to explore, the Kabiki is a place to relax, take a swim and lounge in the sun between days exploring Phnom Penh and the nearby attractions of the Royal Palace, Wat Botum and the riverside. We planted over 500 native trees, many of which we've placed name tags on so you can identify them yourselves. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Kabiki Hotel Phnom Penh
- Kabiki Phnom Penh
- Kabiki Hotel Phnom Penh