Blue River Hotel

Address: 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

    Look around

    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

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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Crossed the border now in Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by debsporter on Mar 27, 2015

    5 photos

    Up very early for our speedboat border crossing from Vietnam to Cambodia .. 5 hours in total .. You have to get off the boat at Vietnam customs and have your passport stamped , get back on for 5 mins further down the river get off again and do the visa formalities in Cambodia ! All very smooth ...

    Chaotic Phnom Penh!!!!

    A travel blog entry by sarahclayt316 on Mar 14, 2015

    17 photos

    ... people as possible onto a bike/scooter. The most we saw was 5 people; 2 adults & 3 kids... no helmets or anything! Can't see me ever getting on one of those whilst we're here. Also you can't really walk on any pavements as they are taken up roadside stalls.

    It is really cheap here for food and drinks which was a light relief after Singapore, and our hotel was in a good location for walking to some good bars by ...

    Bangkok and Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by ludders on Feb 10, 2015

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... and the restaurants around our hotel were great. There were lots of NGOs offering training and support to local street children or vulnerable women for example, so we ate in a couple of those and had some fantastic Cambodian food. On our last night we ended up playing pool and table football in a local bar, joined by a Swedish bloke and a Cambodian who it turned out nobody knew. All good fun and me and Angela picked up the drinking whilst Phil played pool with the Swede. After ...

    The craziness continues...

    A travel blog entry by davesorisi on Feb 08, 2015

    ... where a small Cambodian, my backpacks and myself squeezed on and began to race through the traffic to a destination unknown...

    10minutes later we arrived at a coach that had pulled over where I was practically thrown on to the vehicle, backpack and all and then sped off in a direction of which I was hoping was Phnom Penh.

    As I sat down to relax for the 7 hour journey ahead of me the TV ...

    "Killing Fields" of Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Jan 24, 2015

    5 comments, 41 photos

    ... until they reached rice fields.
    The entire population of Cambodia was enslaved...sent away from their homes to forced labour camps in the fields of the outer rural areas. Every big city was emptied of it's people...either sent to camps, emprisonned or sent directly to the killing fields. Pol Pot believed in a communist society consisting only of farmers and labourers...every intellectual, professional, artist, teacher, city dweller, anyone ...