Reaksmey Krong Kep Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReaksmey Krong Kep Guesthouse
We looked at five places iaround Kep before choosing this one. And we were very happy here. Still under construction when we stayed. Dining area and second floor were not open yet.
- Location (near Crab Market)
- Friendly, attentive and helpful English speaking staff
- Beautiful ocean view
- Fresh new sheets and bedding (very good quality too)
- Air con, cable TV, WiFi, and refrigerator all worked well
- Good price to value for Kep
-A little construction noise during the day and short temporary power interrupts (not a big deal)
-On-Premises restaurant was not open yet
-No sandy beaches near this part of Kep
We liked the location by the crab market and it was easily walk-able to restaurants and short sandy beaches. Central Kep (uninteresting) is farther to the east a few km.
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