Blue River Hotel

National Road. 6A, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on National Road. 6A, Phnom Penh.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue River Hotel Phnom Penh

    Reviewed by jackson4

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    Reviewed Jan 1, 2014
    by (3 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Had better food, better views and cleaner stays for less, but it's spacious and grand, and the staff are great. It's further outside the city than we had hoped, but the tuktuk rides are entertaining at every turn. Extra cost amount to about 5 USD each way, up to 20/day if you want to go back midday and out in the evening. Look for better deals around the river walk, where food and drink options are a-plenty. All the extra services - sauna/steam rm were closed, but the pool was small but nice setting.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blue River Hotel Phnom Penh

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Orientation day: let's learn about Cambodia!

    A travel blog entry by amkang on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... esp women - no separation of judicial, executive and legislative branches of the government - Samsech Hun Sen, Cambodian Prime Minister is one of the longest serving PMs in the world (been in power since 1985) - trials for crimes against humanity relating to Khmer Rouge movement still ongoing... After absorbing so much information about this country (or at least attempted to), a few of the volunteers went out to check out the Russian ...

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    ... became paranoid of rebellion or CIA/ KGB under covers and anybody who threatened his communist state would be immediately tortured and executed. One of Khmer rouges saying was, "to remove the tree, you must take the root" . Which basically meant, that if a family member had done wrong, so too had all the family and this would prevent any revenge attacks. This process went on for 4 years and they were responsible for the killings of 3 million ...

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    ... to Siem Reab was not until 6pm so we asked the guide and driver to show us around Phnom Penh City for a couple of hours to kill some time. We were horrified to be told that "the driver did not have enough time" and were promptly driven half an hour to the airport...some three and half hours before our flight at 6pm. Feeling pretty annoyed by this we had at least hoped to check-in our luggage and perhaps pay to use the business class lounge at the airport however we ...

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