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When I first time came to the hotel, I became very impressed by very friendship and helpful staffs. Next you find that it is a small but extremely hospitalised hotel. The staff is to makes sure that you are happy and well taken care of,...More
It was great to meet Sowong in Siem Reap. He is a very fine driver, honest, caring and careful. He will make sure to take you everywhere you'd like to go and that you have plenty of water on the way. He can arrange airport...More
The place was comfortable enough, breakfast every day, inviting pool out front. but I did have a few problems, the A/C in the room was a little too noisy, and the owner of the property treated the place like his own personal family resort. There...More
Stayed for 2 weeks in August my Deluxe Double bedroom was compact but large enough for 1 the room was clean and had modern fittings all in good working order AND the Wi fi worked good the hotel itself was clean and modern and had...More
Stayed here a week (kept extending b/c it was so great) and loved it. The value is outstanding, as the rooms are around $15 USD (60,000 real) and they're clean, have Air-con and a fan, TV w/ plenty of channels (normally don't care, but watched...More
US$13 - US$22 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi. How much will it cost me if I stay in a twin bedroom (we're two) for two nights (October 2-4). Please include rate of breakfast, wifi, tuktuk or shuttle from bus terminal to the hotel and back. Thanks.
6 August 2014|
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I paid $15/night for a twin room. October won't be high season yet so should be same price. Tuk Tuk will pick you up at bus/airport etc. Tuk Tuk for the day to tour temples was $15. Stay here, it was great.
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