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Reviewed 6 May 2010

We hadn't booked a hotel in Phnom Penh before we arrived, so we just decided to find a hotel when we got there. We came across this hotel and we were tired, it was clean and looked ok, so we decided to stay. This was the worst mistake ever! I have never wrote a review about a hotel before. i...

2Thank ruthlisgo
Copenhagen, Denmark
Reviewed 27 October 2009

The Hotels name out front is Asia but the Khmer/French name is Asie. Say Asie to tuk tuk drivers and they will usually understand. As stated by others it is best to use your own lock for the lockers in the reception area. Never had a problem doing that. There are 2 elevators and the one to the left of...

1Thank Paul81
near London
Reviewed 13 August 2008

Security and peace of mind should be priorities, Asia Hotel offers little of either. As well as those issues, in this instance the word deluxe somehow got lost in translation. My room was well and truly basic and really musty. Their websites states: room safe, my room had no such thing. Their website states: coffee/tea making facilities, my room had...

1Thank Mister4
Reviewed 4 August 2008

I booked a room at this hotel with free pick-up from the airport, but when I came nobody picked me up. I came to hotel by myself and of course, paid by myself. I booked a twin room but they gave me a single room with one more bed. The room was really small and toilet was broken. On the...

1Thank ann82ac
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 26 June 2008

In terms of location, this hotel is quite ok - centrally located. Otherwise, I've nothing positive to say about this place. In terms of security and privacy, this hotel is really the LAST on the list of hotels I've stayed. Apparently, they do not stop the public from venturing beyond the lobby area. Guess it also does not help that...

2Thank canriann
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Reviewed 20 April 2008

I have stayed at the Asia hotel 2 times now and it's one of those hotels that if they would make a few changes it would be so much better. The room I had was very large and nice for $25 a night but the bathroom looked like it was put together by a 5 year old plummer. The hotel...

1Thank leducbao
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 8 April 2008

This hotel is terrible. Had a similar experience leaving the airport - they made me pay for the parking (then submitted the receipt at the front desk & got reimbursed for it). They tried making me stop at their "brothers" souvenier shop on the ride to the hotel. They also offered me hookers (at least 3 different people tried to...

1Thank bhatnasx
Phuket, Thailand
Reviewed 28 November 2007

I checked in to this modestly priced, centrally located hotel without incident. It was clean and had 3 or 4 placards in the room stating they were "not responsible for valuables left in room." So I put my passport and cash in a security box at the front desk. I recieved a receipt and left everything there until check out...

4Thank thesweetlou
Tilburg, The Netherlands
Reviewed 17 September 2007

We had a 4-persons room, which was really huge! We had no breakfast but that was because we payed less. The staff is weird and I did not trust them, but we had no problems with them, it was just a feeling. Location is perfect, next to the central market.

1Thank Rob B
Cairns Queensland
Reviewed 4 November 2006

The free airport pick up was a welcome sight. Would have been great had the van had proper air con. Room all ok, my balcony was covered with builders rubble. I think I got a bit overcharged compared to other hotels I stayed at later, but hey, cheap if compared with Australia. Advertising prostitutes is really on the nose and...

2Thank IntrepidWhiteFemale

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Additional Information about Asie Hotel

Address: 113-119 Monivong Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Region: Cambodia > Phnom Penh
Number of rooms: 135
Also Known As:
Asie Hotel Phnom Penh

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