Rest your head
Getting your head down after a long bus journey or flight is a must for most people. Fortunately Cambodia’s capital city has an impressive range of accommodation options to suit almost every budget.
Palace Gate Hotel is a new luxury hotel situated in the heart of the city. Adjacent to the splendours of the Royal Palace, it’s within a short walking distance of the bustling Riverside area of Sisowath Quay. It is situated inside a lovingly restored French colonial villa, and has a fantactic pool.
A comparatively new phenomenon is the rise of the business and/or boutique hotel. Expect to pay from $60 a night up, for which you’ll get personal service and all mod cons.
Located within an oasis of calmness in the heart of Phnom Penh capital city, Skyline Boutique Hotel is a luxurious, elegant and tranquil place of stay. Within walking distance of most the city’s tourist attractions, guests can also enjoy their swimming pool, restaurant, business center, garden, and kids playground.
Moving down the price scale to the $25 to $50 a night level nets a wider choice of resting place though you can still expect AC, TV, a fridge and a generally high standard of amenities, especially compared to other cities in the region at this
Budget travellers are very well catered to also, with a range of inexpensive guesthouses dotted around the city where $10 will get you a clean room with a fan, and for $15 you can usually find AC and a private bathroom. Some guesthouses also offer longstay
rates by the week or month, which can save you money if you’re planning to stay a while. Serviced apartments are available for around $600 a month.
3 Mangos Guesthouse is a comfortable well-run budget option offering clean comfortable rooms, all with hot shower, cable TV & air-con. Relax by the pool surrounded by fruit trees with a refreshing cocktail or enjoy your evening meal on the terrace.