Property of the week : Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel

Property of the week : Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel


Situated in a prime location on the capital’s Sisowath Quay, next to the Cambodiana Hotel, Imperial Villas offer tenants all the luxuries of the adjoining hotel, with the opportunity to reside long-term.

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The two, three and four bedroom units are all fully-furnished with modern furniture and amenities, and are fully serviced, including daily breakfast.

Residents have access to all the benefits provided to hotel guests, including the swimming pool, gymnasium, tennis court, restaurant and bar.

Bills and 24-hour security are included with the villas, which range from US$3,300 to $4,600, however, this is negotiable depending on the length of stay.

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