The Cove Beach Bungalows
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Cove Beach Bungalows Sihanoukville
We enjoyed our stay here. Very basic rooms, which is fine by us. The staff were very friendly and always helpful. The only problem we did find was the music from the bars further around the beach! ALL night, until at least 4am, we could hear the base. As it was carried along the water and we were staying up high so travelled up. Would hate to be staying on that side of the beach. So, not the Coves fault. I would recommend staying here if you are not in your 20's and are not there to get wasted every night, as it is away from the parties. The downside to Sihanoukville, lots of kids selling on the beach. DO NOT buy from them! Give back to the local people by buying from properly run NGO shops. It only encourages Child Trafficking and Child Abuse which unfortunately is a huge problem here!
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... alike lazily sipping on their exotic drinks. The music was loud and the bass
was high, giving the ocean air a pulse that seemed to quicken ours. Gazing out into the ocean you could just barely make out the silhouettes of dozens of the long tail and junk boats we had seen earlier. There must have been at least 20 of them anchored just almost out of sight in
the darkness. They watched the night and festivities unfold as they had done ...
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