GBT Guesthouse

Address: 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

Expectations of Snooky

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Feb 25, 2014

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... It's annoying. Although we did find a street with cheap and tasty food stalls. Ru for taken out back to the 'kitchen' to meet the cook and Millie received a kiss from a street kid. The only friendliness we've found here! I just don't get the appeal of this place. The type of people here clearly havnt come to cambodia for it's culture and temples. I doubt they are planning on spending 6 hours trekking around Angkor. Heck, judging by the size of most of them, I ...

Sihanoukville and Koh Rong

A travel blog entry by borthscouse on Feb 12, 2014

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... both Monopoly Deal and the 8 Ball Pool app for the last time, deciding who would be the final champion; ultimate bragging rights were at stake. Being uber competitive, we’d done this throughout our month together, with the person who’d won the last game at a certain location declared champion of that realm (Angor Wat Champion, Koh Rong Champion etc). It would be dishonourable of me to deny Fergus his victories, of which there were many. He ...

Vientiene, Pakse, four thousand islands, Siam Reap

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22 on Jan 23, 2014

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... fried rice. You were meant to get a pinch of all the fresh herbs and a spoonful in rice in the lettuce leave, wrap it up and eat it. Best food I have had a Laos and possibly SE Asia. We didn't have any nights out because there was a strict curfew of 11.30. On the last day in Vientiane we visited the COPE rehab centre and museum which was a place for people who have been injured from land mines. The museum was very interesting as I didn't realise that landmines and bombs were a problem ...