City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... us was 12 and in year 7. She had excellent English and said she would like to be a doctor. I could believe it happening as she seemed very switched on and determined. When I asked her if she was going to walk all the way with us she assured me she walked that distance to school every day. Except for in the wet season when the road was under water and she rowed to school in a boat! This was the last of our 'risky' ...
... were congealed pigs blood. I ate everything (very nice) except the blood, but Mark gave it a go and compared it to a nose bleed! YUK.
We just hung around the hotel and our local streets for the rest of the afternoon. It is just fascinating watching the locals and how different our lives are. It makes me feel totally ashamed of our excessive lives.
Later in the afternoon we walked from our hotel down to the Foreign Correspondents Club on ...
... where the local charms are overwhelmed by Ralph Lauren, Starbucks and Pizza Hut. We went to a guide book recommended jazz lounge on our last night and had to make an embarrassing retreat when we saw the price of the drinks. The cheapest option was £3 which is ludicrous out here, but reasonable in the UK, which makes me wonder if I'll ever be able to stomach the cost of living in our rich country again. I did try being a motaur for a day in Hoi An. We ...
... a man who appeared to be even more inebriated than Mr. Dangerous dancer, and who had let the boys take over the driving after he had crashed the tuk tuk at the first time of asking - needless to say the night had started to become quite messy, which was in no small measure due to the number of shots being consumed. When it later transpired that these three young men were planning a trip to work in Australia, Helen signed them up as the latest workers on the Giles family ...