Increasingly large numbers of investors flocking to the Cambodian property market boosted demand for office space in the first quarter of this year compared with the same period last year.
The 30-room White Mansion is frequently a top-scorer on all the online booking sites, and you only have to step inside to see why. With its mezzanine lobby and grand stairwell entrance, it lives up to its name.
Wall-to-wall oriental and occidental bric-a-bac – including even a leopard skin if you crane your neck upwards past the striking orange chandelier in the atrium lobby – make newcomer The Governor’s House something of a novelty in a
La Rose manager Vothy Rith Om confides over a steak lunch that almost 99 per cent of the guests who stay at this hideaway off Norodom are European.
Multiple-award winner The Plantation has more going for it than location – behind the Royal Palace, in what is inevitably, and correctly, described as the “historic heart” of Phnom Penh; it has grounds covering half a hectare, two s
Everybody roots for the home team, and the Fragipani group, which started out with just seven rooms – Villa 60s – in 2007, was launched by Somethearith Din, who goes by the name of Ritz, and some like-minded friends with savings and
Australian-run Willow, with just 12 rooms, is best known to Phnom Penh expats as home to the weekly Wednesday-night quiz night, overseen by a deftly competent, amusingly wry, Brit “quiz bitch”.
Patio touches all bases as a boutique retreat – nestled in the heart of fashionable BKK1, stylish open-plan rooms, a permanent installation of artwork by British watercolour painter David Holliday – but its winning feature is what h
You could be forgiven for strolling past Teav and not even noticing its wooden façade tucked away on Street 310, but this 12-room Manhattan meets traditional Khmer-style hotel is a find.