This Cambodian-owned hotel is located in a quiet part of town. Downtown is easily accessible for a $2 remork ride, and there is a free evening shuttle bus.
The lower floor of the hotel, with its lounge area, bar, reception and dining room, is quite elegant. There is no elevator. The room was adequate, though the bathroom could have done with a make over. The bathroom floor was continually wet (I suspect water from the shower was penetrating the deteriorated sealing around the tub). This was raised with management - an alternative room was offered, or extra bath mats to absorb the water; we opted for the latter.
The pool was much appreciated after a hot day in Angkor. There is a pool table, though it was often in use by staff.
The manager, Mr Sothy, is a real enthusiast. Helpful and informative. His advice as to the best approach to viewing Angkor's temples over 2/3 days was spot on. Inclusion of a free in-house massage when the temple tours were booked with the hotel was welcome.
The breakfast was fine, though various items were not always available.
The staff were attentive, willing and friendly.
So long as you keep in mind the very reasonable daily rate it is an excellent base for a 3 or 4 day Angkor visit.More
- Free Wifi
- Room Service