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Sokha Beach Resort gears up for the launching of Sokha Bay view

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Exterior.

Sokha Beach Resort gears up for the launching of Sokha Bay view

PREAH SIHANOUK VILLE [January 1, 2019] Sokha Beach Resort will launch its newest addition, the Sokha Bay View, as it offers the best view of the entire Sokha Beach Resort premises.

Catering to the rapid increase in international visitors to the Kingdom – both leisure and business – the nine-floor Sokha Bay view provides an additional 420 rooms and suites, providing local visitors, tourists, and expats, a tranquil escape from the frenzy of uptown Sihanouk Ville.

Ms. Sok Chanthy, Group Director of Sales & Marketing, said that the resort is delighted to expand its premises and accommodate more guests who are flocking to the coastal region of Cambodia.

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Reception.

Maintaining its signature style, the seamless blending of traditional Khmer decor and contemporary Cambodian designs, Sokha Bay View features five types of rooms and suites, from 44 sqm to 88 sqm, and full access to pools, fitness centre, restaurants and bars, and all Sokha Beach facilities and services.

Book now for special offer!

For more information, please contact;
+855 34 935 999
[email protected]

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Double.

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About Sokha Hotels & Resorts

Sokha Hotels & Resorts is Cambodia’s leading home-grown hotel brand. Putting luxurious comfort at its forefront, each of its seven spacious properties offer a range of sophisticated rooms and suites, entertainment and diverse F&B offerings, and have the capacity to host small, medium and large events. Other properties include Sokha Angkor Resort (in Siem Reap), SokhaSiem Reap Resort & Convention Centre (in Siem Reap), Sokha Palace Siem Reap Hotel (in Siem Reap), Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel & Residence (in Phnom Penh), ThansurSokha Hotel (in Kampot) and Le Bokor Palace (in Kampot).

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Twin.

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Elevators.

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Sokha Beach Resort Bay view Twin.


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