Queen Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen Boutique Hotel Phnom Penh
The hotel is functional and sits near the central markets. The pool area on top of the hotel is well situated but you have to buy drinks at that bar.
The only issue was the small but consistent smell in the room. The aircon was good and quiet. It was about $40 a night
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