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Teav Boutique Hotel

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Teav Boutique Hotel

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. Note the garden-sized swimming pool with its intimate adjacent dining area – it’s a dinner retreat for couples as much as it is a touch of BKK1 boutique luxury.

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Teav Boutique Hotel
#14 Street 310, BKK1, Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 981 818

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