Just a small hotel with 12 rooms, but perfectly formed and in the heart of the residential district of Phnom Penh. Formerly the house of a wealthy senator, European and Asian antiques line the public rooms and bedrooms, all of which have been individually decorated. The outdoor pool and restaurant complete the Victorian feel.
Cambodia’s largest city lies on the Mekong River. The city is growing rapidly, and modernisation continues apace. The main sights are the Royal Palace, the Independence Monument and the National Museum. You can see the country’s French heritage in everything from the architecture to the food, and you can wander the broad boulevards looking at the colonial houses.