Here, you can find out more about the hotels that we use during our tours to Cambodia.
You can also see pictures of the various places.
Right on the coast, at the cosy little luxurious Knai Bang Chatt Hotel, you will encounter minimalist Asian elegance. With just 18 rooms, the hotel oozes peace and quiet, while being just a 5-minute walk from Kep’s Crab Market.
The spacious 25-45 m² rooms face onto the garden and feature a desk, minibar, a wardrobe, a safe, a hair dryer, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a bathroom.
At the hotel’s three restaurants: The Strand, The Lounge and The Sailing Club, you can enjoy delicious local and international cuisine, with emphasis on fresh organic produce from the hotel’s own garden and local growers. In the communal areas, there are large terraces with comfortable lounge furniture, where you can enjoy refreshments and the magnificent sea views.
Relax by the beautiful infinity pool overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, enjoy a dip at the beach, sail in the catamaran, go on a sailing course, use the resort’s mountain bikes or attend the cooking school. The hotel’s small day spa area offers treatments using only the best natural products. You can sign up for all activities on your arrival at the hotel.
|Garden Room||Per person: £266|
|Single room supplement:||Per person: £159|
Located on a lush hillside down from Kep National Park, Veranda Natural Resort overlooks the Gulf of Thailand and Tonsay Island, with Phnom Bokor National Park on the horizon. The resort is spread over 2.5 hectares in a scenic area, so there’s plenty of space to move about and to find peace and quiet. The resort is designed with beauty, tranquillity and good food in mind. There are wooden walkways from the main building through the greenery to the rooms. The spacious 30 m² rooms are individually appointed in minimalist style with luxurious materials, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, coffee/tea making facilities, a minibar, a TV, a safe, bathrobes, a hair dryer, an en suite bathroom and a veranda.
The resort has two swimming pools: an infinity pool overlooking the sea and a pool in the garden. There is a pool bar by both. At the day spa, you can be pampered with massages and beauty treatments. The restaurant is open from morning to evening, offering fantastic international and Asian dishes. In the café lounge, delicious cakes are produced all day by the small bakery.
And children have been thought about, too. The Happy Hot children’s club offers activities for children aged 3+, which will appeal to their artistic senses.
Situated on the beach, on the quiet south-western side of the island of Koh Rong, is the lovely Sok San Beach Resort. Spend your days with the sand between your toes on one of the island’s finest beaches, Long Beach also known as Sok San Beach. The resort has 98 rooms and bungalows.
You will stay in a spacious bungalow of at least 70 m², with two rooms en suite. The two rooms are separated by a sliding door with a bedroom and bathroom on one side and a living room with sofa beds and yet another bathroom on the other. There is also air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, a safe, minibar and terrace with comfortable seating. A hair dryer can be borrowed from the reception, and beach towels can be obtained from the pool bar.
During the day, you can relax on the sun loungers on the beach and enjoy a refreshing drink from the beach bar, Coconut Beach Bar. In the evening, you can watch the sun setting over the sea from the Sun Deck Beach Bar. The restaurant, which is also located on the beach, is open morning, noon and evening and serves a wide selection of Asian, international and Khmer dishes. Outside the restaurant’s opening hours, you can always have a snack at the bar.
The resort organises snorkelling trips, jungle walks, diving, fishing and island-hopping to the neighbouring island. The excursions can be booked at the resort when you arrive. VISA and MasterCard are accepted.
Koh Touch is 11 km away, and offers several restaurants and beach bars. To get there, however, requires a taxi-boat trip of around 25 minutes, which is best during the light of day.
This stunning barefoot paradise, located right on Koh Rong’s best beach, Long Beach, also known as Sok San Beach, is the real deal. The luxury resort, which opened in 2018, is tastefully appointed with a chilled atmosphere.
The luxurious and spacious villas (at least 79 m² all have a terrace with lounge furniture and a fantastic view of the Gulf of Thailand. The villas feature a super king-size bed, a TV, free Wi-Fi, a safe, a minibar, coffee/tea making facilities, a sofa/extra bed, bathrobes, slippers and a large bathroom with both an outdoor and indoor shower, and a bathtub and toiletries.
Start the day in the outdoor yoga pavilion, work out in the gym or treat yourself to the wide range of treatments in the spacious day spa.
At The Chill, the poolside restaurant, bar and lounge, you can enjoy a refreshing drink or delicious lunch dishes inspired by international cuisine. In the evening, mainly barbecue and Asian dishes are served.
Breakfast is served in the Ocean restaurant, and in the evening, you can pamper your palate with delicious international and Asian dishes while enjoying the sun set over the sea.
The hotel organises various excursions and activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, diving, stand up paddling (SUP), walks to the jungle and a small waterfall, fishing, mountain biking and island-hopping to the surrounding beaches and neighbouring island.
|Oceanview Villa||Per person: £661|
|Single room supplement||Per person: £397|
|half board||Per person: £220|
|half board||Per child: £110|
|full board||Per person: £367|
|full board||Per child: £183|
The small resort with just 26 rooms is situated in peaceful, green surroundings on the small, lush and car-free island of Koh Trong. The island is scenically situated in the middle of the Mekong River, just 10 minutes from the town of Kratie. The small, beautifully decorated wooden houses in traditional Cambodian style are scattered throughout a tropical garden.
Each little house has 1–2 separate and spacious rooms (min. 30 m2) with a private entrance. The rooms have a small balcony or terrace and have a desk, a ceiling fan, bathrobes, slippers, a mosquito net and a shower and toilet area. A hair dryer can be borrowed from the reception, and there is free Wi-Fi.
The cosy restaurant is located on a covered terrace overlooking the garden and pool. Delicious Cambodian and international dishes are served in morning, at lunchtime and in the evening. A well-stocked wine list is also available.
The resort is located roughly 2.5 km from the river, where the boat from Kratie docks. Depending on the water level of the Mekong river, in the dry season you walk up to 900 m across the wide beach and up to the cycle path, from which a tuk tuk drives you back and forth to the hotel. In the rainy season, when the water level is high, the beach almost entirely disappears and you don’t have to walk across the wide beach as the boat can dock almost all the way up to the cycle path. Your luggage will be transported from the river all the way to the hotel.
This modern boutique hotel has 48 rooms and is centrally located a mere 5-minute drive by tuk tuk from the Royal Palace and even closer to the S-21 Tuol Sleng Museum.
The rooms are spacious (min. 30 m²) and feature with a small balcony, a safe, a minibar, air conditioning, a desk, satellite TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, tea/coffee making facilities, bathrobes, slippers and a bathroom with a hair dryer. An iron can be borrowed from the reception. Each room is decorated with unique wall drawings.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool or indulge in a spot of pampering at the La Rose Spa, which offers both massage and beauty treatments. Morning, midday and evening, the restaurant/bar serves Asian, Khmer and Western dishes.
There are a number of good restaurants and gastropubs on the same street as the hotel.
|Superior Room||Per person: £23|
The delightful Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel is located in the heart of Phnom Penh, on the outskirts of the city’s art district and just a few minutes’ walk from the busy river front and the historical Royal Palace.
The hotel has a rooftop swimming pool, rooftop restaurant and bar, a café, a spa department and an art gallery. The spacious rooms are all furnished in contemporary Cambodian design, distinguished by pastel shades interspersed with dashes of strong contrast colour. The rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, a TV, minibar/refrigerator, hair-dryer and safe.
Kravan Hotel is located in the heart of Phnom Penh, within walking distance of the city’s popular attractions, including the Royal Palace, the National Museum and the famous Buddhist temple, Wat Phnom. Restaurants, cafés and supermarkets are also nearby.
The hotel has a total of 90 rooms, all fitted out with a flat-screen TV, a safe, air conditioning, a minibar, an electric kettle for tea and coffee and a small seating area. In addition, all rooms have sound-proof windows.
On the 15th floor, you will find the hotel’s sky bar, swimming pool and roof terrace, which affords a phenomenal view of Phnom Penh. Relax here after a day of sightseeing and watch the sun go down.
Breakfast and lunch are served at Kravan Restaurant on the 13th floor, and if you’re the type who likes to keep fit, you can visit the hotel gym on the 16th floor.
Free Wi-Fi is available all over the hotel.
The Angkor Paradise Hotel is situated in the heart of Siem Reap, close to local markets and a shopping centre. The famous old market of Phsar Chas, a lively street of bars where there is the busy night market, is about a ten-minute walk away. It is about a 15-minute drive to Angkor Wat.
The hotel has a nice swimming pool, a small fitness centre, a restaurant, a spa and Wi-Fi in all public areas. It is on five floors, with a total of 169 rooms, each of which has beautiful timber flooring made from local dark woods, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower and bath, and either a balcony or a terrace. All rooms have a minibar, a safe, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Centrally located in the French quarter of Siem Reap, surrounded by the city’s beautiful greenery, is the hotel Shinta Mani Shack. Here, you are a mere 15-minute tuk tuk ride away from Angkor Wat and most of Siem Reap’s other sights.
This cute courtyard hotel has 66 rooms furnished with unique hand-made lamps, large wall mirrors and custom-designed iron tube bed frames. All rooms either have direct access to or a view of the pool and the hotel’s tropical garden. They all also offer tea/coffee making facilities, a safe, a minibar, air conditioning, a wall-mounted LCD TV with Bluetooth speakers as well as an en suite bathroom with a shower, hair dryer and free toiletries.
The hotel has five restaurants and bars serving an incredible selection of culinary delights, perfect for meeting everyone’s wishes. Among them is the Baitong restaurant, which serves an irresistibly delicious breakfast buffet and the Kroya restaurant, which serves unforgettable Khmer cuisine – Cambodian specialities. During the day, you can purchase drinks and snacks at the poolside bar, and you can spend the evening at Bensley’s Bar at the top of the hotel, which offers a cosy atmosphere in which to enjoy a cocktail and the view of the hotel’s idyllic courtyard.
There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and the artwork is designed specifically for the hotel’s surroundings.
Make your stay extra special by purchasing spa treatments at the hotel’s own Shinta Mani Spa, renting bicycles to explore the area or participating in the hotel’s excursions (fee payable).
This 4-star hotel is located in Siem Reap, close to Angkor Wat and the other impressive Khmer temples.
The hotel has more than 200 rooms, all featuring conveniences such as cable and satellite TV, air conditioning, free WiFi, a minibar, safe and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Other facilities at the hotel include: two restaurants, two bars, a fitness centre, spa department, souvenir shop, bureau de change, and a large swimming pool with a jacuzzi.
You can also borrow bicycles free of charge from the hotel.
Just a few minutes’ walk from the famous old Phsar Chas market, the lively pub street and the Siem Reap River is the elegant Steung Siemreap Thmey Hotel. Despite its central location, its position and soundproof windows ensure that you are not disturbed by noise from the surrounding areas.
The stylish hotel was built in the 1920s, and the style has been maintained since then by retaining the polished wooden floors and wrought iron balconies. The 76 rooms offer all modern amenities and are furnished in French-colonial style. The amenities include a mini bar, a safe, TV, air conditioning, bath with shower and tea and coffee making facilities.
The hotel also has a gym, sauna, swimming pool in natural surroundings as well as a bar and restaurant. The restaurant promises a local culinary experience with a buffet and international and Cambodian a la carte dishes.
A buffet breakfast is served in the restaurant.
You really get a sense of being at an oasis when you enter this hotel. The colonial style mixed and with traditional Khmer décor welcomes you.
The hotel is centrally located in a side street in a quiet neighbourhood, a 5- minute drive by tuk tuk from Pub Street and the markets, and a few minutes from the Royal Gardens. There are several restaurants, bars and small shops in the area around the hotel.
The spacious rooms (min. 32 m2) feature air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, a desk, a minibar, tea/coffee making facilities, bathrobes, slippers, cable TV and a bathroom with a hair dryer.
The hotel’s restaurant, which overlooks the swimming pool, serves both Asian and Western dishes in the morning, at lunchtime and in the evening.
In addition to the fabulous swimming pool with its pool bar, the hotel also houses a gym and day spa offering both massage and beauty treatments.
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