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Cambodiana Opens Executive Floor

Cambodiana Opens Executive Floor

The Hotel Sofitel Cambodiana unveiled its newly-renovated fifth floor "Mekong

Club" on March 25.

Comprising "56 beautifully appointed rooms and suites, with marble bathrooms

and plush fabrics", the executive floor will cater to an up-market clientele,

with junior suites on the riverside going for $305 per night.

Sales Manager Catherine Theron said the fifth floor was now "much more luxurious".

Guests at The Mekong Club executive floor will receive free buffet breakfast, free

pressing of one suit, free airport transfers, free afternoon tea, free cocktails

from 5:30-8:30pm, free non-alcoholic drinks all day and express check-in.

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