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Summer deals at Independence Hotel

Summer deals at Independence Hotel

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Sihanoukville’s Independence Hotel is offering a “Summer Deals” promotion for April and May especially for Cambodians and expatriates residing in Cambodia, according to General Manager Yin Yin Aye.Room rates at start from $70 for deluxe accommodation in what’s called the History Building, where Jacqueline Kennedy once stayed. A suite there still bears her name.

Aye says luxury pool villas between tropical greenery and the seaside are ideal for families and couples and include special rates that include breakfast, taxes and services charge.“This is an advantage for holiday planners to stay during Khmer New Year and the King’s Birthday,” she said.

During the Khmer New Year holidays, “Seafood Night” and “Khmer Night” buffet dinners will be served at the Independence Hotel’s pool side area as well as the Sunset Terrace restaurant by the beach.

Filipino live bands will provide the entertainment, including private romantic dinners for couples to be served on the beach and pier under the stars. A sunset cocktail boat cruise for $7 is also available for guests from 5:30 to 6:30 each evening.

People who want to make bookings at The Independence Hotel may contact 034-934 300, Ext. 8802, or email [email protected]

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