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Unfortunately this guesthouse is not what it used to be. We have stayed there 3 years ago and loved it. Recently we came back to Phnom Penh and had a reservation for the Umma (the guesthouse right in front of the Toul Slang). When we...More
I really, really wanted to like this place, but we had a really terrible experience. We originally booked at the guesthouse, but were emailed saying we had been upgraded to the Aram at no extra charge. When we showed up at Aram, they didn't have...More
The guesthouse was charming, nothing luxurious but clean and comfortable. The food at the restaurant was really good but expensive. The staff was helpful and kind.
It was quite far from the center of the city, so I always had to take a tuk-tuk to...More
If you like to wake up 4:30 embedded from exhaust in your room take it. If not leave it. Staff is nice. Royal Palace is realy close by. Street 240 with some nice shops is good as well. Enjoy Phnom Penh.
The rooms are quite exciting: not your usual hotel fare, they are wooden and have windows that swing out, bringing the breeze inside (mosquito net provided!). It can get very hot in the rooms with just a fan, so most of the time was spent...More