Rambutan Resort Phnom Penh is located in the BKK1 district of the city; about 4 km south of the Night Market. The resort is gay-friendly, and exudes a mix of modern and local Khmer design with bright colors that really make the place pop. The staff are incredibly friendly and the rooms are large, equipped with beds so comfortable you’ll have difficulty getting up in the morning. Overall, the resort is quite quaint and there’s a certain charm about the whole place that I still can’t quite put my finger on.
Understated luxury might be the best way to describe Templation Hotel Siem Reap. This hotel sticks out among the hoards of accommodation choices in Siem Reap thanks to its unique and indulgent atmosphere without that feeling of pretentiousness you might get at other big name hotels. From the moment you step into Templation Hotel Siem Reap, you’ll be surrounded by a sense of tranquility; a true escape from the noise and crowds of the city center and the perfect place to retreat to after a long day touring the temples around Angkor.
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If you’re looking for a hotel that’s in the heart of Phnom Penh, but doesn’t come with the crowds and loud noise, The Pavilion Hotel is your perfect spot. Nestled just off a friendly street, this hotel exudes French colonial charm and an incredibly welcoming environment. The staff are wonderful, the value for money is exceptional, and the atmosphere is a whole is hard to beat. Overall, The Pavilion Hotel Phnom Penh was the perfect place for me to start my holidays in Cambodia; I couldn’t have asked for a better experience.