Nice room and very friendly people. The room looked very nice but was not as comfortable as I would have liked. The pillows were fat and hard and there was no comfy seating in the room or guest house. This was a problem for us as my husband had hurt his neck and wanted to relax for a while. Guesthouse organised a trip to the salt fields and pepper plantations but our tut-tuk driver could speak no English and we drove for 1.5 - 2 hours for him to just point to a field of pepper plants and a field full of water. The following day they organised a taxi to take us to Sihanoukville and again this was not successful as the taxi driver insisted on going round left hand bend on the wrong side of the road despite me making a fuss. When we arrived he demanded more money than was agreed by the guest house. I would recommend this hotel but organise your own trips.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small scale, pleasant guesthouse with wonderfully decorated rooms in modern Asian style. Rooms have all the necessary amenities like air conditioning, hot water shower, TV and DVD player and comfortable spring mattresses. The onsite restaurant keeps getting rave reviews from customers and critics. Fully stocked bar with great selection of cocktails, wines and whiskeys. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Rikitikitavi Hotel Kampot