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It is OK gies you value for money and location is calm, but it takea 20 min to walk to city center. Places on the Mekong corniche are much more expensive.
The bathroom stunk, not sure what it was, leaking pipes or mouldy walls but something wasn't right. One evening they gave us room 5's key when we were staying in room 14, didn't realise till the morning because the one key seemed to unlock all the doors, so didn't notice that night. Think we got food poisoning from the soup we had there too, was a strange flavour but thought nothing of it and now paying for it, BUT for $4 a night it's fine, pay for what you get, but wouldn't go back
Nice place, cheap but a bit out of the way from the main backpacker area.
It had a really laid back and family vibe which was really nice. The staff were helpful with us bookig things and just friendly overall. Would recommend it :)
Hostel is a Chinese-style buildings with nice balconies where you can sit comfortably enjoying your food and coffee. Near Olympic Stadium. Opposite a bar whose boss is from Singapore and can speak Chinese (Cantonese). Hostel manager is a nice man from Chiuchow, China. Plenty of tuk-tuks in front of hostel.
In need of a handyman much better rooms for value for money a short walk away in any direction.though if first time in cambodia its a good enough place to start, nice young family.
Very helpful with organising day trips but fairly expensive, good breakfast convenient but expensive and takes long, quiet small rooms, nice common room third floor.
Not a bad place to stay, considering Phnom Penh prices vs quality. Staff were really friendly and room was basic but comfy (double ensuite) with aircon. The toilet was a bit smelly (though clean, I think it was a ventilation problem). Also very close (1 km) to the Tuol Sleng genocide museum.