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Lovely Jubbly Place Reviews

#149, street 19, Sangkat Chey Chum Nas, Khan Daun, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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319 Total Reviews
  • 82%Value For Money
  • 84%Security
  • 87%Location
  • 82%Staff
  • 74%Atmosphere
  • 83%Cleanliness
  • 79%Facilities

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Location great Really clean Helpful staff and lots of assistance in travel and tour arrangements Lacks atmosphere even though there is a communal area Our private room felt like a prison cell because there is no natural light


Comfy beds, clean bathroom, no bed light, very poor wifi in the bedroom The 4bed female form is like a prison cell, beds you can only just squeeze between, no space other than the lockers for your bag (if it's not too big) no window, I opted to move to the 6bed mixed dorm. Breakfast is good, staff on the bar are lovely The hostel has a very strange off putting smell throughout. Personally is too dark, the ceiling need to be painted white to let the light bounce around. Not great Not bad


Nice staff and very helpful, bit of a mix up with our room but very helpfully sorted it out and had a very basic but comfortable enough. Free pool and good happy hour deals.


It's very clean. Very warm though. Also, everything looks really nice. But it's quiet here. Maybe you could do something to attract more people, because the hostel is really nice, only the people are missing. Beds are really comfortable. You offer great food and the bar is really nice.


The receptionist couldn't help much due to communication issues.


Kimchea at desk was very nice and helpful. Dorms were clean with lockers and two separate showers and toilets. Aircon was on all day and they also have pool table and computer access. Only thing to note is the 2 dollar price is just a promo and doesn't work more than a day and it gets turned on and off quite often. Plan on beds being 4 dollars for walk ins or second day.


Staff was very helpful with booking bus tickets to Siem Reap. Also for where to go in Phnom Penh. Good for price and location.


Very helpful staff. Helped make arrangements to visit local attractions. Hostel is located in an area that is not very clean but is close to some bars and restaurants for local and international cuisine. Hostel is short walk from Riverside and from the palace. Night market (Wed thru Sun, I think) is about a $1.50 ride in a tuk tuk, not that far it's walkable. Room was clean but music from the ground floor bar was a little loud on the first floor. Cheap drinks at bar, $0.75 drafts of Anchor.


Bring your earplugs! I was given room 104, right beside the stairwell. Unfortunately, because the hostel has a modern aesthetic and is a series of concrete boxes without soundproofing, the music that played until 12am and started again early in the morning reverberates through the walls. Clean, big beds, good location, but not a great hostel for meeting people. The bar was dead and the other people in the hostel obviously were hanging out somewhere else. All in all, decent value for money.


Located river side of town - good location if you want to be there.


Basically a concrete bunker. No windows, and the mattresses were hard too. On the plus side, the concrete made it easy to blast the air conditioner and make the room into a refreshing refrigerator away from the heat


Nice atmosphere, price is good. If you want to stay for longer, be sure to book earlier, they change price very quickly, you may be surprised that your 3 dollar bed becomes 6 overnight.


Nice staff and fun common area but the tuk tuk drivers hanging around just outside the door are a tad annoying. A guy in a dorm had valuables stolen while I was here and they have a bed bug issue. Beds and bathrooms were fine.


The bar is dead, it closes at 12am which is boring by Cambodian standards. The room feels like a prison with grey walls and no windows.


The bar guy in the evening is absolutely lovely!! I really liked the concrete finish ( but I am sure it isnt to everyones taste). Really comfy bed, great water pressure in the shower and a nice place to meet other travellers and have a chat over a beer. They organised my bus to Kampot with a pick up from the hostel. Wasnt keen on the $10 deposit for the key and towel but I am sure they have lost many in the past hence the deposit,


It's very important that you follow through on promises. If you tell a guest that you will have a driver at the bus station at 5am when they arrive, you must find a way to actually send them. Travelers who are unfamiliar with Phnom Penh - especially young female travelers who are, by nature, more vulnerable - should not be expected to wait around the bus station for 45 minutes before you send a driver. And most travelers can not call you to remind you that they are waiting - just follow through.


We had a great stay! Good location, nice food, comfortable beds. And a great bar, but unfortunately not many people hanging out there. Only downside was that they had promised to pick us up but no ine was there

  • 22nd Feb 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Netherlands
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The concrete box asthetic was ok and great for a dark nights sleep but can appreciate it wont be to everyones taste. Beds were comfy and shower warm with great water pressure. I agree that the owner needs to decide if its a bar or hostel though. The bar was empty with everyone driven outside by the music and surely they get more in people paying to sleep there than they would get from the 0.50c beer. You can only take Hotel California on repeat so many times...


We checked in at Lovely Jubbly Place right after our visit at the Genocide museum and were a bit taken by the prison feeling we got because of the non-painted concrete walls and floor, and the general darkness the concrete created. Except from that (which was kind of cool in a way) it was a good hostel. Cheaper than Lovely Jubbly Villa and a much better location. I recommend it.


We were supposed to be in a four-bed dorm but were put in a 6-bed room. I think someone had either lain on my bed or they hadn't changed the sheets because it stunk of body odour! We organised a day tour through the hostel, which was easy and the tuk tuk driver was great! So friendly :-). The young guy behind the bar was also lovely. The location is fantastic - super close to the National Museum. But probably wouldn't stay again as it's so dark and gloomy inside.

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