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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiamond Hotel Phnom Penh
After having no hot water in the shower we were moved to a smaller room with hot water. Rooms were clean and bathroom had a bath ! We appreciated the staffs attempts at making us welcome but the breakfast included in the room rate was eggs eggs and more eggs.... got fed up with eggs after 2 days. Little way out of the action so if its walking you like then stay here
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