x The average starting price for a place to stay in Phnom Penh is £25 per night.
#45, Street 222, Sankat Benroeng Khan DounExcellent 92%
No 32, Street 322, Sangkat BKK1 Khan ChamkamornExcellent 91%
74-76 Sothearos BdAwesome 89%
Zaragoza Very kind is the owner. Laundry, wifi, locker included for free. Location is good, near the river. they pick you up fpr 7 USD. Rooms are so so so simple, just a simple bed over the floor and the bathroom. But its enough. I reccomend it.
#167 Sisowath Quay Sangkat Phsar Kandla 1 Khun Doun PenhAwesome 87%
#98 Street 88 Phnom PenhAwesome 86%
winston123 88 Backpackers has the facilities of a hotel with a hostels young and social-able atmosphere! The staff were super friendly, the food very reasonably priced and tasty! Not a negative thing to say about the place! highlights include the pool, pool-table, and bar restaurant facilities! Great value for money~!
No. 21AB, Str. 184, Phnom PenhAwesome 86%
#149, street 19, Sangkat Chey Chum Nas Khan DaunAwesome 86%
carla.oneill The staff at the mad monkey were super friendly and made our stay!! Would definately stay here again if visiting phnom penh again!
promo This was a great guesthouse in a terrific location. The rooms were very clean and comfortable, well-apportioned. Internet access was terrific. Unlike other places we stayed in, the aircon and bar fridge were both in good condition and actually cooled things very quickly. But really, the absolute best thing about this place is the people. The staff was amazing. We traveled with our two preschoolers and the women who worked there could not do enough for them! Overall this was easily the best place we stayed at during our stay in SE Asia, and so we would have no hesitation in recommending it to family and friends, and would definitely stay there again if/when in Phnom Pehn.
No.85 sisowath quay Wat PhnomGreat 84%
#126 St. 63 Khan Daun PenhGreat 83%
sarahlloyd The staff were super friendly and helpful for all our needs. Prices are very reasonable and the location is tops. The only bad thing I would say is that some of the rooms don't have windows to the outside world. It odd to wake up with no visual queues of where the sun is and no way to get some fresh air into the room. But we certainly still enjoyed our time there and I thank the staff for their friendly help.
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