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Hostels and Hotels in the City

Cambodia’s major cities have a range of hostels and guesthouses to suit every budget. The very cheapest accommodation, short of setting up a hammock under the stars, is a dorm room starting from around $4 per night. At the most basic, this would come with a fan and access to a shared bathroom. A few dollars more would afford a dorm room with air-con. Many hostels offer a choice of mixed or female-only dorms. If on a more generous budget or feeling the need for privacy, a fairly basic private room with en-suite starts at around $15. Most hostels will have their own restaurant/bar, and some are equipped with a pool. Most can also help to book transport and arrange tours to local attractions.

Beach Accommodation

A cute and charming accommodation option for those visiting the beaches, at Sihanoukville or the islands, is a beach side bungalow. Depending on the location and time of year, $10-$20 will secure a basic hut with a fan, mosquito net and access to a shared bathroom. More upmarket bungalows are available, that have air-con and en-suite bathrooms, and are accordingly more expensive. Either way, there’s nothing quite like rolling out of bed in the morning and stepping straight out onto the beach.

Last updated on the 23 November 2017

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