Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 Room cleanliness
2.7 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Vengly from Australia
Great swimming poolPosted Mar 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
This hotel is locat near the Cambodian-Thai border. The main attraction nearby is the Koh Kong Safari World and the Casino. It has great swimming pool and service. The nearby beach is dirty full of rubbish.
by A verified traveler from Kampot, Cambodia
Won't stay there again.Posted Dec 8, 2010
We have traveled all over with our family. It is not always easy because we have 6 children. It is most difficult in Asia where most rooms are only set up for two guests per room. But, we have found that if we explain and ask before hand that we can work something out. We did the same with our stay here. It took over 30 minutes to get checked in. Even though I brought with me the email from them saying we could sleep a child on the floor, they insisted that we get a third room. The rooms were ok, but not worth the money. The air con worked, but the control was broken. It was freezing in the room. That is ok in the heat of an Asian day but we were freezing at night. At 11pm I called and asked for an additional blanket because we were so cold. They charged us $10 for it! I have never been charged for extra blankets or pillows.After we left we realized that we had left three things hanging on the back of the bathroom door. We went back to get them and the front desk gave me one item and insisted that was all that was left. I pressed them and told them their staff way lying. After a 4e5 minute wait, they came out with the other two items and no apology. There may not be many choices of stay at the border of Cambodia and Thailand....but I wouldn't stay there again if it were for free.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Ok but felt abit like a 'ghost hotel'Posted Jul 22, 2010 on Hotels.com
This is a big hotel with large free form swimming pool. Practically all the guests there are Thai coming across the border to gamble at the casino in the resort. This made the hotel feel like a 'ghost hotel' i.e. loads of staff wandering around the place but practically no guests to be seen (they were all in the casino). Some of the staff can't speak English very well whcih caused a few problems. The hotel is v near the Cambodia/Thai border so its handy for that. The restaurant was ok but the included 'American breakfast' was awful - a buffet of cold fried eggs, and a few pieces of bread.