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    Where do you like to stay in Phnom penh ? Riverside ? Which hotel ?

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    Where do you like to stay in Phnom penh ? Riverside ? Which hotel ?

    Any hotel with bungalows in a garden ? or with a terrace ?

    Thank you.

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    Lux Riverside has a nice penthouse with roof garden at only 75 usd a night




    With nice wide berth




    Right in the thick of it there too.

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    Goldiana used to be my place of choice.

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    ^ Is that not in Siem Reap?

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    Oh ! feels like to stay there !

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    i always stay in Hometown suites street 172 1 block off riverside, get room 503,huge aircon room with frig, large window out the back and all for $22.
    close to everywhere and i can park my car out front and they keep an eye on it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard View Post
    i always stay in Hometown suites street 172 1 block off riverside, get room 503,huge aircon room with frig, large window out the back and all for $22.
    close to everywhere and i can park my car out front and they keep an eye on it..

    Thank you. So no need to book, the price is similar when paying at the desk ?

    https://www.booking.com/hotel/kh/hometown.en-gb.html

    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Re...hnom_Penh.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard View Post
    i always stay in Hometown suites street 172
    I stayed here last year.

    Nice and clean. Reception nice and friendly.

    Come out and turn left for a 5 min walk to riverside through a smelly market. A few decent restaurants on the road.

    $2 tuk tuk ride to any bar street you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Is that not in Siem Reap?
    No, tis in the heart of the capital.

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    There are hotels on riverside for all budgets. All within walking distance of a variety of restaurants and (cough) nightlife.

    Best to avoid 5* places. You never know where Dillinger has wiped his knob on the curtains.

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    The view from my balcony. $24 a night. Can’t remember the name of the place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    The view from my balcony. $24 a night. Can’t remember the name of the place


    Good view yes ! Not too noisy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JournalistsAreLiars View Post
    Good view yes ! Not too noisy ?
    Only really busy in rush hour and still quiet on the 3rd floor.

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    I normally stay at the Asia Tune.

    https://www.google.com/maps/place/As...!4d104.9260316

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    i stayed here a couple of years back : Bougainvillier Boutique Hotel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    upgraded myself to the junior suite on arrival for about $70....well worth it.

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    Aquarius Hotel and Urban resort is nice and quiet with a pool

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    Just out of academic interest, do these places allow female visitors ? And if so, do they ask to see the woman's ID ?

    A friend in Thailand years ago used to get a bit embarrassed when the staff would rather closely eyeball his lady guests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Just out of academic interest, do these places allow female visitors ? And if so, do they ask to see the woman's ID ?

    A friend in Thailand years ago used to get a bit embarrassed when the staff would rather closely eyeball his lady guests.
    Not sure why you are interested in this subject. In both Cambodia and the Philippines,any guest who is not resident at the establishment is usually asked to surrender the I.D. Card at reception, and it will only be returned when you escort her from the premises.
    Routine security for the paying guest.

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    *Hometown suites, that were mention above, also calls your room before the brass leaves reception to make sure that all is good and your safe still has its contents.

    *so a mates tells me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Just out of academic interest, do these places allow female visitors ? And if so, do they ask to see the woman's ID ?

    A friend in Thailand years ago used to get a bit embarrassed when the staff would rather closely eyeball his lady guests.
    Perhaps "a friend" shouldn't take mucky whores to his room then, eh?

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    This is great !

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