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Third time staying in this hotel. Not the best choice but value for money if you book it earlier. A lot of empty space can be made good used by hotel for better purposes. Lighting can be improved. Otherwise, it's a good place to stay in PP
Great location and spotlessly clean room with an amazing infinity pool on the roof! A perfect place to relax after a hot day around Phnom Penh with a couple of happy hour beers. I had an upgrade to a large room and loved the glass wall between shower and bedroom. Would definitely stay again. Oh! ...
We got off to bad start with no hot water and a badly leaking shower that flooded our bedroom, however the manager upgraded us to a bigger more comfortable room for the remainder of our stay. This one had hot water and was very comfortable. Beds in this part of the world tend to be very firm and ...
We really loved our stay at the Aquarius. The staff were super friendly and couldn't do enough to assist us with tours, dinner recommendations etc. our room was gorgeous, spacious and with a very comfy bed.
I have enjoyed staying at the hotel, the room was quite, the mattress was convinient, just need time to let hot water to arrive, tuc tuc in city is about 1.5$ Enjoy your stay
The room was ok, you get what you pay for. But it was so noisy at night, there was a man yelling at someone, there were cats mating and some other noise, it really wasn't a good night sleep. Otherwise okay.
Hotel and staff faultless. Hotel spotless nice big rooms. Staff went out of their way to assist. Would definitely recommend or return if ever in Phnom Pen
Stay in one of Phnom Penh’s three-star hotels to see why Cambodia’s capital is becoming more and more popular as a tourist destination. Finding a three-star hotel in Phnom Penh city centre is easy because there are so many.
Pick a room along Sisowath Quay for views of the Mekong River and quick access to the Royal Palace and National Museum. The city centre, just to the west of the river, also has plenty of reasonably priced three-star accommodation.
Find rooms in a boutique hotel or stay in a three-star apartment if you’re travelling as a family or group trip to Phnom Penh. Three-star hotels around Independence Monument place you within the city’s international and expat community.
Phnom Penh is a city that still displays the marks of its past and doesn’t hide from both the best and worst moments of its history. While the dark times of the 20th century are commemorated in the moving museums of Choeung Ek Memorial and the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, there are other chapters from Cambodia’s story to discover.
The National Museum of Cambodia is one of the heritage highlights of the city. Wander around galleries that display centuries of Khmer artwork and artefacts from as early as the fourth century. Ride a boat along the river to reach Silk Island, where you can see silk weavers crafting elegant textiles on hand-operated looms.
After getting your fix of culture during the day, spend the evening experiencing the Phnom Penh’s increasingly famous nightlife. The areas around Independence Monument and the riverside both have clubs and bars to keep you dancing and drinking into the small hours.
Sip on cocktails at the top of skyscrapers or dance in old French colonial buildings by the Tonle Sap River. Wander along Street 308 to discover a wide variety of bars and restaurants all lined up next to one another, before heading out to the dance floors near Sisowath Quay then sleeping it off in your three-star hotel.