City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Centre Hotel Phnom Penh
Not a bad hotel. Fairly cheap. Room didn't have a window but location pretty good.
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TripAdvisor Reviews City Centre Hotel Phnom Penh
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... I have ever eaten. Thankfully we were all feeling well enough on our last night to enjoy a river cruise with Chris and the lovely Bek before it was time to pack up and get ready for our next destination. There have been many challenges in taking Harry on an overseas adventure but I feel like we are in a bit of a rhythm now and the memories that we are making of time spent together as a little family will stay with us forever. Of course, Harry won't remember a ...
This morning after breakfast we got a small boat to the river bank and the town of Tan Chou. Waiting for us were bicycle ricksaws with the smallest and most cramped seats ever. A huge back problem has been foreseen. PoorJohnny found the seat but his legs dangled over the edge. He was very uncomfortable and in much pain during the ride. Wendy fared a little better as her legs are a little shorter. With no back support for a couple of trips, it was ...
Today we spend all day on a bus. 9 long hours dragged and my phone ran out of battery in the first 4hours so I had nothing to read for the remainder. When we finally got to the hotel we got ready quickly and I skyped home. This was lovely as I got to see Auntie Viv Uncle Pete Nan Grandad as well as Mum and Dad. Turns out they had a lovely meal for dads 60th yesterday which was sad ...
... it sorted out. The police chief left. I was told I would have to go to the tourist police. Sam instructed a Tuk Tuk driver to take me there. The driver wanted $15 round trip. I knew it was pricy, but I didn't have much choice. The guys wanted to go to the Genocide museum so we parted ways. When I arrived, I had to sign into a little office before walking through a courtyard into what looked like a massive apartment complex. A man exited a nearby room and asked me what I was doing ...