Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 out of 5
50% of guests recommend
3.5 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Jan 14, 2014
The receptionist is very friendly (The young boy I forgot to ask his name)
2 out of 5
by English Teacher

never again!

Posted Apr 20, 2012
Pros: Bed, kettle, air con, reliable wifi
Cons: Very small room
Location: Not much nearby food-wise, close to S 21
Was extremely disappointed in this hotel. The price is far too much for what it is. We were given a room with very dirty walls, ants crawling around on the desk + also in the bathroom. We did ask to be moved and they did move us. The kitchen staff in the morning are efficient, friendly + very good, the reception staff (except one night receptionist) are luke warm, they do what they have to. Cleaning staff very smily and friendly! Pros of the hotel is the cold air con, kettle in room + comfortable bed. I'm currently in Phnom Penh again, 5 days later, staying in a hotel for $8 a night that really isn't all that different to the Macao. I'm sure once it was an upkept nice hotel, but now its a very cramped, under staffed hotel that is not worth staying in..
3 out of 5
by Chris from Manchester, United Kingdom

Poor location

Posted Nov 6, 2011
Location: Riverside. It is near most of the attractions and restaurants. Although this location is distant from the Genocide Museum, this is usually visited on the way to/from the Killing Fields that required transport.
Hotel had all the necessary amenities and met our needs. Quirky air conditioning that drained into a plastic bottle in the bathroom that overflowed regularly. Poor location - although it is very near the Genocide Museum (walking distance), it is far from the riverside where the most of the restaurants and sights are. The hotel is called the Marcau not the Macau.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Gisborne New Zealand

Allson Angkor

Posted Oct 23, 2011
Location: Possibly closer to Pub Street if you are a young traveller so you can walk to the action
Wonderful staff and the rooms are maintained by the staff to a high standard of cleanliness. Breakfast so so but it is in the tariff so no complaints. I found the rooms quiet and comfortable Pool beautiful and it is not so far to the town when there are always tuk tuks available
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Too far away from the city centre

Posted Oct 15, 2011 on Hotels.com
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Sydney,Australia

Macau Hotel Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Posted Jul 25, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is known to tuk tuk drivers so is easily located, $3.00US from CBD and $10.00US from the airport. Gen.Manager Mr Kim is very friendly,hospitable,professional and attentive. Staff from the reception to security at any hour are discreet very pleasant and professional and always greet you with a smile The restaurant boys and girls are very friendly respectful and conversational providing excellent service and good food as well, at all times till 10:00pm. The room I had was not the one that I had booked however Mr Kim did offer to move me if I wanted. I was more than satisfied as my room was at the back of the hotel and was very quiet and very comfortable. The only complaint was that the bed, as it seems with most hotels I have stayed in Cambodia was very hard.. Overall, Mr.Kim runs an excellent team who are obviously happy to work for him. This hotel is almost finished with the renovations and the quality of the job is very good. It is a 3 star hotel located away from the touristy places but once you get to know your way around it's no big deal. There is a regular tuk tuk out front. The driver is good and honest. The security guys both day and night make you feel safe and are helpful in hailing transport. I enjoyed my stay and will deffinatley be back. Steve, Sydney, Australia