GBT Guesthouse

Mithona Street, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mithona Street, Sihanoukville.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGBT Guesthouse Sihanoukville

Reviewed by jais

hyvä ja halpa

Reviewed May 6, 2013
by (5 reviews) Oulu , Finland Flag of Finland

Sijainti erinomainen rannan ja baarien tuntumassa. Huone on siisti ja mukavan oloinen. Kaikinpuolin 10$ arvoinen.

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Reviewed by mmlivelife2011

Outstanding Service & 5 Star Location

Reviewed Jan 30, 2013
by (22 reviews) Leamington , Canada Flag of Canada

This Guesthouse is only 10 steps away from the beach . Rooms are large in size & very clean .
They are very helpful with any plans you need while in their care . There English Great !!!!
The only thing negative I could say is the rooms facing the beach side at night can be a little noise do to the bars on the beach as we were there during the full moon parties . They did switch us to the other side of the building once I mentioned something . Outstanding Service !!!!

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TripAdvisor Reviews GBT Guesthouse Sihanoukville

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville

A light hearted look at the road rules

A travel blog entry by dinemo on Dec 15, 2013

All of the following, I have witnessed first hand. I only wish I had photos to back it up. For the moment they will remain in my head, etched in my mind... until next time!
My last post was about moto taxis in the city. I thought that was scary till I hit the open road between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville.
Here is my take on driving ... …

Koh Rong to SICKanoukville

A travel blog entry by alexgaltry on Feb 14, 2014

3 photos

... was feeling sick) went to a bar for a few drinks and listened to some live music before heading back to the hostel. Yesterday we woke up and spent our last morning by the beach before heading to the pier to get our boat back to Sihanoukville. It was a LONG wait and the boat trip back was awful. Jess and Becca were both holding bins in their laps the whole way. Unfortunately Jess' sickness did not subside and she is still very sick now. All yesterday, ...

Scamtastic Crossing into Cambodia

A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 01, 2014

6 comments, 10 photos

... is loading the bags in the hold. The driver waives various locals out of seats and we claim two, which is good. But again have the front wheel arch to limit leg room and also there was only space for one bag in the hold so we travel the whole 5 hour journey with the other (heavier one) on our laps. This rucksack cannot go on the gangway as this has now been filled with the unlucky seatless folk who have been issued with miniature plastic stools.
We pull in to the ...

Cambodia - Sianhoukville

A travel blog entry by sleadbetter on Jan 18, 2014

... meeting the locals and enjoying their fascinating environments. Therefore, a beach town called Sihanoukville was of interest, through reading lonely planet and speaking to people it sounded like such a cool place, I had to go. Furthermore, Koh Rong, an island off Sihanoukville which is completely untouched and is the closest thing you'd get to the "The Beach" I.e. Leo D. If it meant loosing a few days elsewhere on my 'make it up as you go along itinerary' then ...