Cambodia, Phnom Penh and The South
Info : Amanjaya
Amanjaya is a quality boutique hotel overlooking the Thonle Sap River in the north of Phnom Penh. Its commanding views and great facilities offers guests a stylish and intimate property at highly competitive rates. A great choice for the discerning traveller who likes smaller properties
A fusion of traditional Khmer and French architecture and design, the Amanjayas 21 suites are stylish and comfortable. Its hard rosewood flooring and delicate interior deigns offer an oasis from the bustling city life outside.
Junior Suites consist of long, oblong rooms with king size beds and seating and lounge area. Balconies with chairs and tables provide a birds eye view of city and river life. The larger Suites are open-plan fashion with extra lounge area. All suites have spacious bathrooms with separate baths and showers.
The hotel has a good restaurant and cafe on the ground floor with both indoor and outdoor seating, serving Asian and European cuisine.
Wireless internet access is available. The hotel also offers in-room massage.
The Amanjaya is a great location for exploring the citys attractions and sites. The Royal Palace and National Museum are easy walking distance and the surrounding area is lively with bars and restaurants. The general ambiance is laid back, friendly and welcoming. A great value choice for any visitor to Phnom Penh.
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Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
- River Tours
Our guide, Mr Rous Ry was so well informed and so passionate about Cambodia that he transformed the holiday. I now can't even imagine trying to understand Angkor Wat without his explanations of the history of Hinduism, Buddhism and the Khmer empire. He also took on board that I am interested in old industrial processes and this helped with visits to an old fish paste factory, a blacksmith, a pottery, a brickworks and various railway sites. This was all done with a charming sense of humour and enthusiasm.