Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby mynumber » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:46 pm

looking for a room, flat/house share near the Russian market
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby jeu198 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:20 pm

Golden Home on street 172 is very good. I stayed there for 2 months - indeed it was the 1st guest house I didn't move out of before moving in to an apartment. Rooms are $6-$15 and over $10 gets you AC.

O another note, There is a room for grabs in my house if anyone's interested. Short or long term, $125/ month. No deposit, money up front.

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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby Sidor » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:48 pm

Short to medium term two bedroom apartments in Phnom Penh - centrally located near Russian Market. 2 bedroom apartments with everything! Wi-Fi, Cable TV, air cons, hot water in bathrooms, fully furnished and serviced with bedding and fresh towels, coffee and drinking water. 700 square feet, with roomy balcony, separate entrance and staircase.

$25 per day for two people (minimum stay is three days)
or $160 per week.

Sleeps 4 call us to check prices for three or more guests.

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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby masyamba » Wed Mar 20, 2013 6:46 pm

Seahorse guesthouse, bar and restaurant, Sihanoukville
price: 3$ - 15$

Sependipity road, 150 meters from the beach.
8 rooms with 1 or 2 beds, fan, private bathroom and TV. Nice banana garden.
2 dormitory with 4 and 6 beds.
Terrace restaurant on 2nd floor with a cool balcony seaview with western and cambodian food and beverages.
Happy hours for beer and coctails.
Free WiFi
Free pool table
Bikes for rent.

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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby itsagame » Sun Sep 08, 2013 11:14 am

Captain Bonez wrote:this could be useful information

tuk-tukfish wrote:Mods: you may wish to move this topic to travel, but for the "lol" factor I thought this was the best place for it.

Ok. So yesterday I arrived in PP from Laos. The usual tuk tuk drivers were waiting outside the airport with one offering me a "free" lift on condition that I stay at the King Hotel on st110. When I arrived at said guest house i checked out the overpriced room ($20) but seeing I had avoided paying the driver $7 i thought it to be a good deal. One of the hotels employees took me to my room and noticed that it did not have towels. I had my own so i told him it would be no problem. I went downstairs, I ate, and then returned to my room to have a shower, half way through my weekly cleasning the same employee let himself into my room with a seperate key saying that he had heard me having a shower and wanted give me a towel. I told him politley to rack off.
Afterwards I left the hotel to meet with a fellow forum member to discuss share accomodation. We had a few beers and I returned sometime aftermidnight to find the hotel shut. I asked the same employee as before to grab a key for me. He said we would open my room for me. On the way up to my room he asked "I know you are straight guy but I have money (opening his wallet to show a couple hundred, probably fake, dollars), will you go with me" I laughed and said no, continuing up the stairs. When I realised he wasn't following me I turned around to see him cock in hand furiously jacking himself in the stairwell. This was the breaking point and I said:
"No, not until you show some body!"
For some reasons those words must have done it for him as he came all over the wall before fucking off down the stairs. I then had to get the security guard to open my room, where I lay sleepless waiting for exibitionist to come breaking down my door in a gimp suit. Checked out this morning, guy was no where to be seen, and moved to the cheaper, way better Lyon D'or which is staffed by women who can diddle themselves in front of me till the cows come home.

Hahaha that is hilariously.....traumatizing

Ive been reasonably happy with 11 happy backpackers on 136 st, $12 for AC room, decent well priced food in upstairs bar...good location close to bars and riverside etc....She will drop the price to $11 per night if you stay for more than a few days too
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1 Bedroom - BEST view in Phnom Pehn!!

Postby saramarron » Tue Jan 28, 2014 1:38 pm


Price : original price 500$/m ,negotiable

- 1 bedroom with double bed
- Study area ( Writing desk with reading lamp) in each room
- A fantastic modern kitchen
- Good sized modern bathroom
- Air conditionings, Televisions, Fridge, long fans supplied

All this within minutes of commercial and recreational places

- Free water, cable TV, garbage collection, Internet access , motor/ car parking, Maintenance services
- Free one car parking, 24-hour Security and 24-hour Reception

#112, Street Tonle Sap, Sangkat Chroy Changva , Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh

Free gym membership at fitness club in Parkway Square for 4-month contract or over .
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby Biker » Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:40 am

Have just stayed in "You Eng Hotel" and highly recommend this place.In the past visiting Phnom Penh have always stayed around the river side in $15/16 guesthouses which in my opinion are absolute crap compared to this place.This Hotel may by more expensive but for a 4 star place worth the $22.50 a night I payed.
Also close to the airport which is handy for early/late arrivals/departures.
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby gavinmac » Wed Apr 16, 2014 9:43 am

Wow, it's not just close to the airport, but from the website map, it looks like it's practically on the runway. It would take you 30 minutes in a tuk tuk to get anywhere you would ever want to go.
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby logos » Wed Apr 16, 2014 9:16 pm

Look at the bright side. It's hardly one hour from Bangkok.
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby ken svay » Mon Apr 28, 2014 10:18 pm

Biker is a crackup- comedy gold. He must have a different agenda from most of us if he really stays there.
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby noy » Mon Oct 06, 2014 6:36 pm

I just want to add to the list of hostel and guesthouses in Cambodia. There's a boutique hostel in Phnom Penh on Street 174 (Street Okhna Ket), very close to Golden Soriya Mall and St. Tropez club. Sla Boutique Hostel is very clean and it has a community style kitchen that ones can buy food from the market and cook it there. Their $1.50 mojito daily from 5pm to 11pm is something that you cannot miss. Rates start from $7-$10 includes a daily breakfast. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, hot water shower, and personal lockers. Front desk opens 24-hour so there's no curfew, and free WI-FI is available in the communal area.
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Re: Short Term Accommodations: Hotels, Guesthouses

Postby RhiNon » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:36 pm

hello. I am looking for some first hand information on where to stay when visiting but I dont want to go to TripAdvisor. Do any have some new information to add to this?
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