Hotels in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Where to Stay in Phnom Penh, Cambodia?

Phnom Penh has a wide range of accommodation from budget guesthouses through good-quality mid-range hotels to extravagant palaces with extravagant prices.


Very cheap hostels can be found around the Beoung Kak lake district.

Street 258 (near Friendship Park), Street 51 (near Wat Langka) and Streets 111 and 172 have some good budget options.

Basac Guesthouse and Restaurant:  No128 F2, 3 Street (Near Russian Embassy)  has 40 remodelled rooms with A/C, hot water, cable TV,  fridge.  Comfortable rooms, No Wi-Fi.  From US$8-$20.

Chiva’s Shack Guesthouse & Bar: 8, St. 130 (40m from riverside) .  A popular  budget guesthouse.  All rooms include breakfast.  It has a great hangout area and wide selection of movies and games. Draught beer is US$1.00 and there is a free pool table.

Europe Guesthouse: No 51 Street 136 ( is one of the cleanest and most convenient guesthouses.  It has TV, Wi-Fi laundry, bus and flight tickets. US$10-$20.

Hotels – Mid-range:

California 2 Guesthouse: 79 Sisowath (north of the night market on riverfront) Rooms have wi-fi, safe, A/C, ceiling fan, hot water, fridge and TV. Breakfast is included (US$25-$35).

Cambodia Uncovered: 11B Boeng Keng Kong (Street 370) Self-contained apartments for up to 4 people. Satellite TV, DVD player and small verandah. Off-the-beaten-track boat trips, up-country travel and cooking class can be arranged. Doubles US$60.00 including breakfast.

Frangipani Villas: 20R Street 252, Sangkat Chaktomuk, Khan Daun Penh (near Pizza World)  1960’s building with a small garden and granite bathroom.  Clean and environmentally-friendly. Free internet and laundry. US$30-$60 including breakfast.

Top-End Hotels:

Intercontinental Hotel: Mao Tse Tung Boulevard. A favourite with visiting dignitaries, but a bit out of the way.

Phnom Penh Hotel: Monivong Boulevard (near French Embassy). Nicely appointed rooms and suites.

Raffles Le Royal: 92 Tukhak Vithe Daun Penh

The grand old hotel of Phnom Penh, originally built in 1929, used as a fish store by the Khmer Rouge, but revived by the Raffles group in 1999. Has some lovely original features and is walking distance to the river. US$150/$300 low/high season.




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