(Exterior of the hotel)
The room that we were assigned to was a double twin bed room which was surprisingly bigger than I expected. It had all the amenities of a hotel room targeted for the travelling business person. The beds were fairly comfortable and the bathroom was adequately setup for our purposes. The hotel offered complimentary coffee making facilities in room with the usual selection of instant coffees and teas provided. Other than the minibar that was empty by the request of the organizers, the hotel room was quite cozy and sufficient for our needs during our stay in the city.
Our room rate included a buffet breakfast at the hotel’s in house Lagenda Fusion Restaurant. Being a Malaysian owned hotel, the food served at the restaurant was certified halal for Muslim visitors. The morning buffet consisted of the usual mix of international and local dishes that one finds in these type of hotels. We also had a dinner once at the hotel and ordered from their fairly large selections from their ala carte menu. Even with all prices on the menu listed in US dollars, it was still comparable to what one would expect to pay for in a similar hotel in KL.
(Hotel Lobby and Reception area)
(L: Heading to the restaurant and lifts to the left, R: Hotel entrance at night)
Full Contact Details:
89 Monivong Boulevard, Sangkat Monorom Khan, 7 Makara,
Phnom Penh, The Royal Kingdom of Cambodia.
Tel : (855-23) 990 888
Fax : (855-23) 990 999
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
URL : http://www.holidayvillaphnompenh.com/