Dara Reang Sey Hotel Phnom Penh

Corner St 13 & 118 Phsar Chas, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Corner St 13 & 118 Phsar Chas, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsDara Reang Sey Hotel Phnom Penh

    Reviewed by shaplandtracker

    Watch for the added extras

    Reviewed Apr 16, 2011
    by (17 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    A comfortable and well positioned hotel with good facilities in the room. It was a little noisy but I think you will get that most places in Siem Reap. Be aware that if you use the hotel to book your onward travel or arrange laundry etc. the price will be higher than you would pay elsewhere - this was the only thing that frustrated us about our stay, they always seemed to be looking for a way to charge a little bit more than the listed price, only a dollar here and there but it adds up.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by eloiseboyce

    One of the nicer rooms in Cambodia

    Reviewed Jan 3, 2011
    by (7 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We arrived late and left early the next day which was a shame as this was one of the more comfortable rooms we'd stayed at in the whole of Cambodia (in our $5-15 per room range). Located in a nicer part of the city. Good sized rooms. Very clean. Cable TV. Fridge. Would recommend.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Dara Reang Sey Hotel Phnom Penh

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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