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The Blue Lime
The follow-up act of the team behind the Pavilion nearly 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 concrete love seats...
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...
Ropanha Boutique Hotel
New in late-2013, this place is currently the pick of the pack when it comes to affordable atmosphere. Set around a lush courtyard garden and pool, the rooms include flatscreen TVs and accompanying DVD players, plus rain showers in the bathroom...
Veranda Natural Resort
The hillside bungalows here are built of wood, bamboo and stone and connected by a maze of stilted walkway, making for a memorable spot for a romantic getaway. Check out a few rooms because the size and shape (and price) vary wildly...
A hostel with a swimming pool has to be a good thing, right? Duh. The pool and the premises – a magnificent, rambling villa – set this place apart from the rest of Phnom Penh's hostels...
Terres Rouges Lodge
Undoubtedly one of the most atmospheric places to stay in provincial Cambodia. The fan-cooled standard rooms are done up in classy colonial style, with beautiful Cambodian furniture, tribal artefacts and a long common veranda...
Set in a row of thoughtfully restored shophouses near the riverfront, this is the leading boutique hotel in Kampot, with 17 rooms. Blending the classic and the modern, rooms include flatscreen TV, i-docks, minibar and a safety deposit box...
One of the stalwarts of the Phnom Penh guesthouse scene (we first stayed here back in 1995). Rooms are smart, bathrooms smarter still and the price is nice. There is a super-relaxed open-air restaurant-terrace for taking some time out.
A newish hotel one block off the river, the Daly has is easily the best of the many Khmer-style high-rise hotels in town. Rooms are huge and bright with wall-mounted flat-screen TVs, spic-and-span bathrooms, luscious linens, desks and tea tables.
Sprawling across a windswept hilltop near town are 30 solid wood bungalows with private porches, hot showers and mozzie nets. Among them are incredible Swiss Family Robinson–style chalets with sunken beds and hidden rooms...
Sambor Village Hotel
This French-owned place brings boutique to Kompong Thom. Rooms are set in spacious bungalows and the verdant gardens include an inviting pool under the shade of a mango tree...
A little way from the action (if Kep can be said to have any action), Botanica offers exceptional value for money with attractive bungalows boasting contemporary bathrooms...
Koh Kong City Hotel
Ludicrous value for what you get, rooms include a huge bathroom, two double beds, 50 TV channels, full complement of toiletries, free water and – in the US$20 rooms – glorious river views.
The Pavillon offers charming colonial-chic rooms set around a small swimming pool. The trim includes Asian antiques, billowing mosquito nets and a safe...
The eye-catching exterior sets the tone for a stylish and affordable boutique stay. Cheaper rooms are smaller, but all include flat-screen TV and bright silk decor...
The Mad Monkey
This colourful and arty hostel is justifiably popular. The spacious dorms have air-con and sleep six to twenty; the smaller ones have double-wide bunk beds that can sleep two (US$9 per couple)...
Ganesha Family Guesthouse
This is sort of an upscale backpacker (but not quite flashpacker) place. It's worth spending the premium on the double-wide dorm beds hung with privacy-protecting linens...
Sokha Beach Resort
This opulent Khmer-style complex has a 1.5km private beach, a huge pool with its own tiny tropical island, and a children’s playground. It has almost 400 rooms and recently tacked on a prominent casino near the entrance, turning off some families...
Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Formerly the funky Hotel de la Paix, Park Hyatt has risen from the renovations and retained much of the personality of its predecessor, albeit at a more luxurious level...
Oc Boutique Hotel
There are two OC hotels in one location, but we recommend the 'Boutique' option thanks to clean, contemporary lines and good views over the pool. Check out their slick OC Beach Club down on Otres, one of the smartest places on the sand.
Opened in 1963, this striking seven-storey hotel still has the jet-set feel of Sihanouk’s movie-star heyday. After years of neglect, it was reopened in 2007...
Blue Sea Boutique Hotel
One of the smarter hotels in the Serendipity area, it is tucked away behind a shopping arcade at the top of the hill. Rooms are set in bungalows around a mid-size swimming pool and include more than the average decorative flourish.