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Phnom Pros Hotel

Kosamak Neary Roth Street, 15 Village, Center, Kampong Cham, Cambodia (Show on map)

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Area: Center
Free Wi-Fi
Above average


based on 23 reviews

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Top attractions in the area:

Hao An Restaurant (0.4 Km / 5 min walk)

Mekong Crossing (0.6 Km / 8 min walk)

Note: Distances are measured as a straight line.

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business center

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Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Phnom Pros Hotel is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Kampong Cham. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Phnom Pros Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, valet parking, car park, room service to ensure our guests the greatest comfort.

The ambiance of Phnom Pros Hotel is reflected in every guestroom. internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, desk, telephone are just some of the facilities that can be found throughout the property. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Phnom Pros Hotel is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort and convenience in Kampong Cham.
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Children and extra beds:
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 2-10 year(s)
Must use an extra bed

Guests over 10 years old are considered as adults.

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.

When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

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Michelle C. Couples United Kingdom, December 27, 2013
Rude staff, loud music, ants in bedroom

Actual bed was ok
When we arrived the receptionist was incredibly rude, not even acknowledging us initially. He didn't tell us what time breakfast was or that we needed meal vouchers. He wouldn't give us directions to the bus station. There was no offer to help carry our large backpacks up 3 flights of stairs with no life. There was no mention that there was a wedding going on in the hotel with incredibly loud music from about 4pm til we left at 7am the next morning. The room had not been cleaned and a bag full of used makeup and a random assortment on pills was left in the room. The room was also crawling with ants, which climbed into my bag and continued to infest things all the way to Battambang. Clearly ineptitude and mismanagement runs in the family, though luckily this guy is in charge of a hotel rather than the entire country. My husband and I stayed in 11 hotels during our trip round Cambodia, Laos and Thailand- this was the most expensive and by far the worst accommodation we came across.
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Lesley M. Couples Australia, August 23, 2013
Efficient budget city hotel

Price, close to CBD, quiet
Pleasant. Stayed extra few hours for a small fee.Sightseeing Mekong River was easy to do. Wandering around day time central markets was a good experience. River front restaurants and bar good value. Felt safe at all times.
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Susan T. Couples United Kingdom, June 2, 2013

Breakfast, location
Nasty bathroom, tired room, ok location but.surprisingly good breakfast. One staff member hard work though the guy who came on later was friendly enough. Cheap and we knew we were only staying one night.
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Ernst M. Couples Austria, February 22, 2013
Clean rooms and in a good location,

Mainly a hotel for locals, hardly anybody spoke english
When we arrived the lady at the reception did not really know what to do with us. I showed her our booking voucher, she gave us a room key and that was it. She was just shy. I don't think to many foreigners staying there. Anyway we had aircon plus hot water showers and a good bed. So we were happy.
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Martin W. Solo travelers United Kingdom, January 29, 2013
Nice hotel good location

Close but not too close to the centre
I moved here for my last night as it was so much closer to the centre of interest - the water front on the banks of the Mekong River. The Mekong Crossing restaurant was a great place to visit for a drink or a meal being ideally placed on the riverfront with alfresco tables. I hired a bike and visited several interesting sights including the Bamboo Bridge and the Island that it serves.
Restaurant Tip: Both the Mekon Crossing and Smiles resturnts provide excellent food
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Sean W. Couples Australia, April 1, 2012
Better Choices in Town

The Room
this hotel is located close to the centre of town, a few minutes walk from the river. this is a large hotel that looks much more impressive from outside than it really is. although our room was ok and came with a small fridge and by large tv, there were many problems. the free wifi advertised on agoda doesn't exist and even the three computers located in the lobby for the use of guests were not working. this is pretty poor when a $5.00 guesthouse room in cambodia normally gets you free wifi access. service in the hotel was poor to indifferent. the 'highlight' being the restaurant where the breakfast that was included in our rate was served. when we sat down the waitress 'cleaned' the table by collecting all the used paper napkins and throwing them on the floor! all in all, there are far better places to stay in kampong cham.
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William C. Solo travelers United States of America, February 22, 2012
How one bad apple can spoil a hotel stay.

Convenience yet not right downtown, cleaning staff were good.
i would avoid this place like the plague. i have never, in all of south asia, been treated to as unwelcoming a receptionist as the day shift person at phnom pros hotel. it's as if he were trained to make you feel like an imposition. he wasn't just having a bad day, this went on day after day until i left a day early (with no refund)just to get out of there. the room was okay except the bathroom was always wet and the hot water ran out within 5 minutes. the mattress was what i refer to as an indian mattress, that is, very hard. there was an outbreak of flying "ants" i put up with on one of the nights. worst of all, the hotel was basically half full when i was there and put me right above the dance hall to listen to booming music in the evenings. i was the only person in that wing of the hotel. when i asked for a room on the other side of the property, i was told not to worry, the loud music would end at 10:00pm, so i would only have to listen to it for 4 hours. what a way to run a hotel. also be aware that the hotel primarily caters to asian businessmen, so the staff understand very little english.
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David B. Couples Australia, November 12, 2011
Basic hotel, slight walk to town

Air con works fine, generally clean and tidy. Huge corridors!
basic hotel which is good value at the discount price. air con works, quite clean. the bathroom is a bit weird as the shower wets everything! location is ok, about 5 mins walk to the river which has most of the goings on. walkable to the bus stop.
Restaurant Tip: Although it's a bit full of westerners, the Mekong crossing does have very good quality food at reasonable prices. If you want non Asian for breakfast, try the huge banana pancake!
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Daniel C. Couples Spain, August 7, 2011
Expensive hotel

No parlen angles. Ordinadors molt vells. Lavabo molt cutre. El mes car i no crec que els altres siguin molt pitjor. No hi ha esmorzar They don't speak english. Computers are old fasioned and the toilets are Shabby. I think this is the most expensive hotel in the city and doesn't worth it. Breakfast not included. I would recommennd any other that will cost half and will be so so.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: One or two days is enough to see the city.
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Daniel G. Couples France, August 1, 2013
Juste pour dormir

Ses prix tous justes corrects, c'est tout
Nous avons choisi cet hotel faute de plus attractif et de disponibilité apparente sur la ville autre. Accueil glacial, chambre propre (pour le prix) mais exigue, pas de telephone en chambre, petit déjeuner indigent. Nous l'avons quitté sans regret.
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