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House Boutique Eco Hotel

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House Boutique Eco Hotel is Phnom Penh’s only social enterprise eco-hotel, committed to responsible, sustainable tourism. We strive to provide warm and engaging hospitality experiences and services to all our guests in a way that minimises environmental impact and respects the local community and culture in Cambodia. We also uphold our dedication to accessibility as the hotel features a specially designed accessible entrance, bathrooms and bedrooms while assistance dogs are welcome. Located strategically in Phnom Penh, House Boutique is around the corner of Boeung Keng Kang market, a popular shopping spot for both locals and tourists alike. The hotel is situated only 1km away from Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, 2km away from The Royal Palace and 9km away from Phnom Penh’s International Airport. Bordering some of the city's most interesting neighbourhoods, House Boutique offers a great location from which to both explore, and be a part of, life in Phnom Penh. Our endeavour to bring authentic and enriching experiences to our guests is evident in the very fabric of the hotels design, menu and service. While the hotel itself combines the simplicity of modern design, its Khmer influences give it a traditional touch in keeping with the country's heritage. House Boutique works with a community of local businesses to procure materials, designs and products from sustainable sources.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Room Service
Airport Transportation
Breakfast Available
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
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Air Conditioning
Non-Smoking Rooms
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We stayed here for 3 nights and it was the perfect base to explore Phnom Penh. The location is on a quiet street (but with a busy market just a couple of minutes walk away). It's a perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing! There is a security guard outside the hotel
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6 of us stayed here in March & loved it The rooms were the superior ones with a balcony overlooking the lovely pool The rooms are spacious & well equipped & the bed is extremely comfortable The whole place is spotless & the staff are friendly The breakfast was included & you
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We stayed in one of their double rooms for 3 nights - upon first glance the room didn’t seen as modern as displayed in photos I’d seen online, nevertheless we had a great stay! The beds were comfy, the AC worked well and best of all- the hotel has a great pool, which is one of
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Good hotel ,good service,free breakfast ok but we stay a week at a time every time we are in town and it gets boring. However their COFFEE is first class. We stored luggage for 3 months for free! No problems. Good cleaning , good beds, well good everything. We will always stay
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We stayed here for two nights. The hotel and pool are beautiful, the staff is friendly and helpful. We loved our room, it's very big and well decorated. Shower was great (though you have to let the water run for a while, before it gets warm). Location is good, the area is not
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The nice staff welcomed us with this decoration for our anniversary. SO AMAZING!!!!
The nice staff welcomed us with this decoration for our anniversary. SO AMAZING!!!! :)
View from my balcony
Are there safes in the rooms ?
Hello. No, no safe in the room. No cloth cabinet either, just a shelf and cloth hangers. Minimalist.
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Hi Kim. The toilet and showers are separate (which isn't that common here) by brick walls and have heavily frosted glass doors that you can't see through. The walls are 2.6 metres, high and the room height is just over 3 metres, so there is a gap between the top of the bathroom walls and the ceiling. In 8 months we've only had 2 people mention it. It was a design consideration, and we felt that having the openness of the room was better than solid walls that might feel more closed in. Hope this helps. HBEH
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The room we were in had a shower with a door and a wash basin outside in the room. A bit odd but it worked OK. I have never understood why people are concerned about showers and water in the room. It's the tropics and water dries quickly. I like big showers with no doors myself. The hot water at the hotel worked OK and the pressure was good, this is more important to me. Just make sure that there is someone to open the gate when you return at night.
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Comme les prix changent tous les jours. Soyez attentive en réservant et choisissez la chambre avec option petit déjeuner compris et. Celui-ci est délicieux. Bon séjour
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"Upper room with pool view better than ground floor."
"Book a superior room for a balcony overlooking the pool!"
"The rooms facing the pool is best."
"Rooms on the 1st floor open up right at the pool!"
"Ground floor for direct pool access"
USD 26 - USD 74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CambodiaPhnom Penh
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