Nothing to complain
The staff was very helpful and curteous. My hotel room was clean. I enjoyed my stay here and hope to return soon.
Location, friendly staff ! Goodnight food, Nice to roof top
The staff were terrific- friendly and professional. The location was great and everything was secure
Swimming pool was a welcome break at the end of a very hot day- bar on roof top. Friendly bar staff- reception staff were ok- not as friendly. Breakfast nice variety of food.
VERY GOOD LOCATION EASY IN AND OUT TO EVERY WHERE.
Cambodia may be small, but this diminutive nation has a big history and houses some of the grandest temples in Southeast Asia. The capital, Phnom Penh, is a must-visit destination that mixes the noisy rush of tuk-tuks with grad tree-lined boulevards and sunset boat rides on the Mekong River.
Located on the banks of the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers, Phnom Penh is a waterside city, and staying in a Riverside hotel will give you a real flavour of the place. The Sisowath Quay promenade stretches along the west bank of the Tonle Sap and is lined with old colonial buildings now housing shops, cafés and restaurants. Check into a hotel close by and you will be a stone’s throw from the promenade’s al fresco morning exercise sessions and vibrant evening street entertainment. You will also be perfectly positioned for daytime wanders along the waterfront.
One of the best reasons to book a Riverside hotel in Phnom Penh is to get close to the city’s number one attraction: the Royal Palace. Located just one block from the water’s edge, the striking royal complex dominates the city’s skyline. The king of Cambodia still calls the palace home, so around half of the structure is closed to the public. But the throne room and the Silver Pagoda, complete with five tons of sparkling silver, are open for exploring and well worth a visit, especially on Sundays when the locals head here as a mark of respect.
Staying close to the river puts you in easy reach of Phnom Penh’s top sights, including the National Museum of Cambodia, the 15th-century Wat Ounalom and the weekend Night Market. There are rooms for every budget near Phnom Penh’s Riverside, from low-key guesthouses to top-rated hotels with river-view suites, but it is especially rich in two and three-star properties. Accommodation in this city is famously affordable and even the cheapest Riverside hotels are usually kitted out with enviable on-site amenities including bars, restaurants, coffee shops and even rooftop terraces.
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