Le Bout du Monde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Bout du Monde Kep
This was a charming place of about twelve Khemar buildings on a hillside. They had thatched roofs, open verandas with hammocks and tables. The buildings had no air conditioning but had fans which were more than adequate complimented by the cool evening sea breeze.
These buildings were set in a tropical garden and graced by a new and very natural swimming pool. The place was exceptional value and with breakfast was around forty odd American dollars a night. It was a wonderful stay.
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