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The Blue Lime
The follow-up act of the team behind the Pavilion outdoes its predecessor with smart, minimalist rooms and a leafy pool area done just right. The pricier rooms have private plunge pools, four-poster beds and contemporary concrete love seats...
La Résidence D'angkor
The 54 wood-appointed rooms, among the most tasteful and inviting in town, come with verandas and huge Jacuzzi-sized tubs. The gorgeous swimming pool is perfect for laps. The new wing is ultra-contemporary, as is the sumptuous Kong Kea Spa.
Raffles Hotel Le Royal
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...
Hotel La Java Bleue
Newly opened in the centre of town, it’s a colonial gem with three large rooms decorated with exquisite furniture. You’re just a pleasant two-minute stroll from the river here.
The Quay Boutique Hotel
Cambodia’s first carbon-neutral hotel, the Quay is a temple of contemporary style right on the riverfront...
Frangipani Villa Hotel Ii
The Siem Reap outpost of the growing Frangipani empire, this is chic boutique on the cheap. Rooms include stylish touches like flat-screen TVs, and there’s an inviting pool.
One of the newest boutique hotels in Battambang, Bambu is designed in Franco-Khmer style with spacious and stylish rooms. As well as the pool, it has a well-regarded restaurant and a bar that invites lingering.
A homely little place with the feel of a bed and breakfast, the rooms are a good size with a tidy trim. Prices include free internet and laundry.
A boutique business hotel is probably the best way to sum up this popular place.
This hotel exudes real style at an affordable price. Rooms are finished in contemporary Khmer materials with original furnishings, and most include a balcony.
Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel
Rooms here are a pretty good deal for the three-star standard and include a buffet breakfast and free wi-fi. There’s a large pool and a tennis court, plus Mekong views.
Raffles Grand Hotel D'angkor
The hotel with history on its side, this place has been welcoming guests since 1929, including Charlie Chaplin, Charles de Gaulle, Jackie Kennedy and Bill Clinton...
Deservedly popular with independent travellers, the 45-room Royal doesn’t have any bells and whistles, just clean, comfortable, spacious lodgings with fridge and TV.
Hanuman Alaya Boutique Residence
A blissful boutique retreat, HanumanAlaya is set around a lush garden and pretty swimming pool. Rooms are decorated with antiques and handicrafts but include modern touches like cable TV, minibar and safe...
Fcc Phnom Penh Boutique Hotel
This landmark location is a fine place to recapture the heady days of the war correspondents. The eight rooms are delightfully finished in wood and include fine art, top-of-the-line furniture and DVD players...
Villa Langka Hotel & Restaurant
One of the first players in the poolside-boutique-hotel game, it’s now firmly cemented as a Phnom Penh favourite. Rooms ooze post-modern panache...
Queen Hill Resort
Sihanoukville's most romantic getaway is spectacularly situated atop the bluff that separates Occheuteal Beach from Otres Beach. Surrounded by crystal-clear waters, it has 22 all-wood bungalows, many with sea views, and 12 rooms...
Attractively set in a cluster of old French shophouses near Norodom Blvd, the 10 rooms here offer a degree of charm and comfort. All have a wood and silk finish and the more expensive are almost suites.
Koh Kong Bay Hotel
Ludicrous value for what you get: huge bathroom, two double beds, 50 TV channels, full complement of toiletries, free water and – in the US$20 rooms – glorious river views.
Khmer-style high-rise has big rooms filled with big shiny furniture, disappointing balconies and leopard prints in the lobby.
Heritage Suites Hotel Relais & Chateaux
Jacuzzi floozies will be impressed with the jet stream baths in this stylish hotel. With its sleek, oriental-inspired interiors, built-in saunas and private gardens, it has created a zone of glamorous Zen.
A good deal for those wanting a peaceful retreat after a day at the temples. Rooms are clean and comfortable, plus there’s a spacious swimming pool. Free bikes and evening shuttles.