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We stayed 3 nights last August 2013 and had a great time! Despite the child-free rule the hotel accepted our 2 children (8 & 10 at the time). The family room was big, clean, with good beds and soft pillows (which can be hard to...More
An incredible and peaceful place in the heart of Phnom Penh. The building is refined and we really like the fact that there aren't many rooms available as compared to big concrete complexes with no soul that are sometimes much more expensive.
We also really...More
I cannot compare this hotel to any other hotel in PP as this was our first trip but comparing it to the other 3 hotels we stayed in I would rate this the least impressive. I can't say anything particularly bad about it but found...More
Response from thepavilion, Owner at The PavilionResponded 6 January 2014
Waow, where to start?
I think there is some magic happening at the Pavilion. A review two weeks ago mentioned the closeness to the sea, now the pool rooms are by the street. Some weird stuff must be happening late at night when I am...More
First class hotel, wonderfully peaceful and impeccable service. Really good value for money. Perfectly situated within easy walking distance of the Palace and river strip of bars and restaurants. Spotless rooms, very comfortable well away from any traffic noise.
The hotel is right smack in the middle of everything in PP. Right adjacent to the Royal Palace grounds and across from a monastery. Lots of places to eat and visit near by. Even though it was right in the heart of everything, the hotel...More
I always think the size of the person makes a difference when you are asking to add a person to a room that is intended for two. Having said that, I agree with Steve that you might want to reach out to the Pavillion for the... More
I always think the size of the person makes a difference when you are asking to add a person to a room that is intended for two. Having said that, I agree with Steve that you might want to reach out to the Pavillion for the answer.