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Colonial hotel on Bokor gets facelift by Sokha

Colonial hotel on Bokor gets facelift by Sokha

Sokha Hotel Group, the hospitality division of the Sokimex Investment Group, celebrated the opening of its newest hotel atop Kampot province’s Bokor Mountain on Monday.

The new luxury hotel is a renovated version of the historical 1920s Le Bokor Palace, built by French colonialists, and will retain the same name.

“Le Bokor Palace is a historic hotel that our country’s treasure, our company has fully refurbished the building, preserving the original features and recreating its colonial interior design,” said General Manager Frugerge Philippe in a press release.

This hotel is Sokha Group’s ninth hotel in Cambodia and its first in Kampot.

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