Raffles Hotel Le Royal

5 star hotel


92 Rukha Vithei Daun Penh Phnom PenhSee nearby area


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From the golden age of travel, this is one of Asia’s grand old palaces, belonging in the illustrious company of the Oriental in Bangkok and Raffles in Singapore. This classic colonial-era property is Phnom Penh’s leading address, with a heritage to match its service and style. Indulgent diversions include two swimming pools, a gym, spa and lavish bars and restaurants.

Between 1970 and 1975 many famous journalists working in Phnom Penh stayed here.

Our independent authors have visited Raffles Hotel Le Royal and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Around Phnom Penh.

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Blending luxury with an old-world charm, Raffles Hotel Le Royal features accommodation with a private balcony offering pool or garden views. It also boasts a spa and 7 dining options.

Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, Raffles Hotel is just a 20-minute drive from Phnom Penh International Airport. Royal Palace and the National Museum are 2 km away.

Spacious air-conditioned rooms at Raffles are equipped with a TV with cable channels and a minibar. Private bathrooms come with a hairdryer. 24-hour room service and Wi-Fi access are available.

Guests of Raffles Le Royal can take a dip in the outdoor lap pool, relax in the sauna or exercise in the fitness centre. Other facilities include a business centre and a tour desk.

Restaurant Le Royal serves modern French and Khmer dishes, while The Conservatory features sandwiches, pastries and drinks. Both venues offer live classical music in the evenings.

Café Monivong features all-day dining with buffet and a la carte options. Le Phnom offers books and Cambodian souvenirs, along with tea-time snacks. Drinks and light snacks are served at Writer’s Bar, Elephant Bar and Poolside Terrace.

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