Ratings based on 43 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler from Singapore
Great for familyPosted May 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Recommended friendly front desk with good English
for Familiesby Stephen from Australia
Great for familiesPosted May 2, 2013
Pros: The rooms and the pool
Cons: Smokers in the eating area
Location: Good for the shopping mall and the central market
Would stay there again, great pool, the large rooms are excellent for families good selection at breakfast the only issue I had was that people would smoke in the eating area and on their verandahs which are right next to the eating area as wel,l nothing like eating your breakfast in a cloud of smoke
Recommendedby Steve on tour from Uk
Good Hotel Well LocatedPosted Apr 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Good Hotel , nice bar area & pool. Rooms small but functional, could really do with a kettle though. 10 mins from S21, 10 mins tuk tuk to waterfront area Fridge in room most welcome. Id stay here again
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Mr. N from Exeter, United Kingdom
Reasonable hotel in a good locationPosted Apr 9, 2013
Pros: Location is good
Cons: Frequent power cuts
Location: Close to Central Market and Sorya shopping mall
The staff at this hotel are very helpful and friendly. Rooms are rather basic but clean, would have been nice to have a kettle in the room. 2 bottles of complimentary water provided every day, nice balcony to relax. Location of hotel is 5 minutes walk away from the Central Market.
for Familiesby Larry from Da Nang, Vietnam
Nice hotel off the beaten path.Posted Apr 8, 2013
Pros: Quite and good staff
Location: A little far from river tourist area, which is a good thing.
Quite hotel on side street away from noise and traffic of the tourist area. Rooms are small but clean. Good staff that works hard to please. Ceiling fan above bed is nice touch. Good bar and swimming pool with good landscaping. Staff helped me get visa for entering vietnam, fee was a little high but the delived visa promptly as promised. Overall a good experience and I will probably stay there again the next time I am in Phnom Penh.
for Familiesby Wiltshire from Wilts, UK
Good value for the pricePosted Apr 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall we were pleased with the hotel. Its probably more towards the hostel end of the spectrum than high quality hotel, but it was clean, comfortable and the breakfasts were good. The aircon only cooled the family room by a few degrees, but the fans did a great job in helping us to sleep. Very helpful staff who fixed the minor hiccups very quickly and were very eager to please. For the price, it was the best available so we would recommend it. Also note that there is a big generator outside the hotel so if the power goes off, the hotel has its own supply, which is great.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Fantastic relaxing hotel for everyonePosted Mar 29, 2013
Pros: Pool & location
Location: A 5 min walk into the busy centre of Phnom Penh
The hotel was a wonderful surprise to arrive to, a tranquil oasis in the centre of Phnom Penh, very relaxing, the staff were very friendly, the pool was much appreciated when returning from a busy day of sightseeing.
for Otherby Chris from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Single Travellers Stay Away From HumiliationPosted Mar 13, 2013
Pros: Central location Good pool/bar/restaurant Reasonable rooms
Cons: Being made to feel like a sex tourist. Construction noise during the day. Vertical cracks in the door that allowed people to see into the room (fixed)
I am a middle-aged man travelling alone, although I booked and paid for a double room. I was visiting PP to meet up with friends (a man in his 30s and a couple in their 50s). My first experience of the hotel was being treated like a suspected paedophile or sex tourist and given a strong lecture that bringing back women to my room would not be tolerated. I was offended by the leering tone that the desk clerk took and his assumption that every single Caucasian must be here for just one thing. When I tried to have my friends visit my room, I was hounded by the desk clerk until they were forced to leave. I complained to the manager who said they did this to prevent underage girls being prostituted in their hotel. Now, I have no problem with this commendable goal but just the way they go about it - a blanket ban on visitors? My visitors would have been happy to sign a guest book, but there isn't one. They would have been happy to prove they are over 18 - even on the darkest night they could not be mistaken for being that young. This is taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut. I paid for two people to use my room but was told if two people don't check in together then it's too bad that won't happen. If they are going to have this policy then at the very least it must be clearly stated on their web site and advertising. Had it been, I would not have booked. Finally, if I want to invite a visitor aged over 18, back to my room for any reason it should not be any concern of theirs.
Jan 18, 2013 by management
Chris Thank you for taking the time to mention our hotel policy and we apologize if the explanation was not clear. Our hotel policy is 'No outside visitors are not allowed in the hotel rooms.' This is for security reasons, the safety of all our clientele and also the directive of the national police. There is no discrimination hence the blanket policy. Guests wanting to meet with friends are welcome to use the public areas. Regardless of maximum room occupancy, be it two or four, only the people who present at 'check in' are able to use the room. This in writing on the 'check in' form guests sign on arrival. We are ultimately responsible for everything that occurs on our property. It is of great concern to us how our facilities are used.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Mar 9, 2013 on Hotels.com