Bougainvillier Hotel Phnom Penh has some of the most attractive features a visitor could want when visiting and exploring the vibrant, Cambodian city. Location, location, location, as many say, accounts for a large part of hotel choices, and the Bouganinvillier doesn’t disappoint. The hotel sits at #277C Quay Sisowath by the Phnom Penh Waterfront area, which is enriched by several key attractions including the scenic riverfront area, the opulent Royal Palace, and the National Museum, sites that are a mere minutes walking distance away.
The Bougainvillier Hotel Phnom Penh offers a choice of six suites and 17 rooms, with 15 featuring an ideal view of the Mekong River. Interior design exudes traditional Cambodian style; local textiles, art, and furniture as well as many Khmer influences. Bright silks and hand-carved wood is found throughout each room. Each of the deluxe rooms has a variety of amenities such as a private safe, air conditioning, mini bar, and cable TV. Free internet access and room service are also included. Bright junior suites are larger than deluxe rooms and each have a balcony and a Mekong River view. There is also a large swimming pool available to guests.
Superior Suites are even bigger, with separate sitting areas and slightly more upscale interior design with upgraded furnishings and adornments as are Garden Suites, which feature all the latter plus a lush garden patio. (Anyone planning a month-long stay in Phnom Penh can take advantage of the monthly rates offered that include savings and extras on restaurant service, parking, breakfast, internet, and more).
The facilities at Bougainvillier Hotel Phnom Penh are extensive, suiting a wide variety of travelers’ needs. There is a full business center on site, pick-up service at the airport, three restaurants within the hotel, and a fantastic surrounding area ideal for sightseeing, dining, and shopping. The main restaurant serves traditional Khmer and French food, the roof top bar and pizza restaurant is one of the top hangouts in the city, and the third onsite eatery has some of the best Japanese food around. All this and even the most expensive room hardly compares to an inexpensive western hotel room. This hotel is an ideal backpacker’s splurge, a convenient business traveler’s hotel, and ideal for families.