It’s impossible to keep up with the number of new hotels springing up in Phnom Penh. The city offers everything from minimal hostels and guesthouses to five-star hotels.
Despite lots of competition, the iconic Pavilion Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Phnom Penh, thanks to a combination of colonial splendor and meticulous attention to detail. Prices start at $60+.
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Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort
The stylish Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort on Street 240, gets rave reviews. They are known for their rooftop infinity pool, but offers much more. Prices start at $50 to $100.
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Circa 51 is a stylish, understated Phnom Penh hotel housed in a retro 1960s building with simple yet beautifully decorated rooms and a lovely shaded garden pool. Prices start at $60.
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Saravoan Royal Palace Hotel
Saravoan Royal Palace Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Phnom Penh with colorful accents and colonial-era artwork. Prices start at $40.
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The Blue Lime
The Blue Lime is a lovely, centrally located 23-room Phnom Penh boutique hotel with a shaded garden pool and several rooms with private pools! Rooms at the Blue Lime Hotel start at $50.
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Sun & Moon Urban Hotel
The Sun & Moon is a stylish, modern hotel on Phnom Penh’s Street 136 with a snazzy rooftop bar and pool. Rooms at Sun & Moon Urban Hotel start at $74.
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Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel
The centrally located Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel is on the doorstep of Phnom Penh’s National Museum and the Royal Palace and has a rooftop pool. Prices start at $60.
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The 252 is a contemporary urban oasis with stylish, understated rooms, on a quiet street between the hip BKK1 district and Phnom Penh’s must-see Royal Palace. Room prices start at $55.
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The Cambodiana Hotel is a massive hotel with a long and storied Phnom Penh history. The four-star luxury hotel has rooms looking onto the Mekong, a pool, and a fully equipped gym. Prices start at $75+.
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The Plantation Hotel is a stylish and contemporary Phnom Penh hotel with beautiful rooms, a gorgeous pool, and one of the best-rated hotel breakfasts in town. Prices start at $65+.
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Asia Tune Hotel
Asia Tune is a new-build Phnom Penh hotel walking distance from the Riverside neighborhood and offers a plethora of spotless rooms at surprisingly low rates. Room prices start at $25.
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The artfully designed TeaHouse strikes a balance between cost and aesthetics, making it the perfect place to stay in Phnom Penh for the “no longer a backpacker, not yet a business traveler” type. Prices start at $35.
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Frangipani 1960s Hotel
Frangipani 1960s Hotel makes the most of the vintage details of this restored swinging-sixties Phnom Penh building, including high ceilings, tiled floors, and a leafy courtyard. Rooms start at $35.
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Diamond Palace II Hotel
Diamond Palace II is a cheap and cheerful Phnom Penh budget hotel directly adjacent to the Royal Palace and National Museum. For the location, you can’t beat the price. Room prices start at $25.
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Looking for something cheaper? Check out our round-up of Phnom Penh’s newest backpacker hostels.
Have a look at the full Phnom Penh guide for tips on where to stay, how to get there, and things to see and do.