I was asked $3 for a tuk tuk from the drop off point from Ho Chi Minh but paid $1.50 which is ample as it is not far. Easy check in. No lift and each step is higher than usual so gives an impression of steepness. Clean and airy room. Towels and everything else but toilet paper.
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I was asked $3 for a tuk tuk from the drop off point from Ho Chi Minh but paid $1.50 which is ample as it is not far. Easy check in. No lift and each step is higher than usual so gives an impression of steepness. Clean and airy room. Towels and everything else but toilet paper. A wide selection of channels on TV. Free wifi was good. Key in slot for electricity so air con only works when there so you cannot leave it on when out. Two computers with free internet in big lobby area for guest use. Turn right out of the building and there is a mini mart just five minutes walk away, pass the first cross road and before the second. I say this as Phnom Penh is not tourist friendly like Siem Reap so very few mini marts about, and very few eating places as well. The Inn sells bottles of water. Keep walking for ten minutes and you come to the main market place. You can change money there and street food is OK. Not really a lot to see in the area so people only tend to stay for a few days. One day I was there was a national holiday but it was business as usual as far as I could see.
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