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Koh Rong Sanloem vám jistě poskytne spoustu zážitků, Huba-Huba Bungalow zase pohodlí a skvělé služby. Toto je ideální místo na ubytování, protože jste přímo v centru dění a můžete si tuto destinaci vychutnávat plnými doušky. Koh Rong Samloen Ferry Terminal, Lazy Beach a další významná místa se nacházejí v krátké vzdálenosti od zařízení.
Huba-Huba Bungalow vám poskytne dokonalé služby a zázemí, které vám jistě přijde vhod po vysilujícím cestování. Přímo v zařízení je pro vás přepraveno například následující: obchod se suvenýry/dárky, pokojová služba, rodinný pokoj, grilovací zařízení, restaurace a doplňující služby.
Huba-Huba Bungalow disponuje 4 ložnicemi. Všechny jsou vkusně zařízeny a součást některých z nich dokonce tvoří například stojan na oblečení, zrcadlo, ručníky, nekuřácké pokoje, stůl a další prvky. Nachází se zde skvělý výběr vybavení (například soukromá pláž, potápění, zahrada, vodní sporty (nemotorizované), herna), takže se rozhodně nudit nebudete. Ať je důvod vaší návštěvy jakýkoliv, zařízení Huba-Huba Bungalow je skvělou volbou pro váš pobyt v destinaci Koh Rong Sanloem.
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HubaHuba is a beautiful spot to stay on KR Samloem. We arrived on the Orchid Pier and after a little hike of 30min we arrived on Sunset Beach. We followed the beach till we hit Huba Huba (last on the beach). Friendly host offered a big glass of water, which was very welcome after a 30min hike at 30degrees. We booked a bungelow in advanced whitout belcony for 3 nights. The room was clean and big enough. A bed including klamboo, pillows, towels and electricity a few ours a day. We stayed in the end of the dry season(end March) so we’re requested to be carefull with waterconsumption(showering). What wasnt a problem for us because we can have a full shower with only 1,5liter, after a cleaning swim in the ocean. Don’t go there if you want wifi, full day electricity and 20min showers. We took the Huba Huba breakfast and eat every night at the bar. All dishes and the BBQ where very very good! Our recommandation to stay at Huba Huba!
Great hidden gem”
My partner and I spent a few nights here and it was lovely. The beach is nice and quiet and the staff were super friendly. I think the description of the trek should be updated as it wasn't a 45 walk, but really a trek and I did not have appropriate shoes for it. In saying this, I am pretty laid back and enjoy nature and it was totally worth it once we arrived.
Huba Huba bungalows is truly like staying on a beach on a Thai island 20 years ago. Koh Tao or Bottle Beach in Pha Ngan. Bliss. Bungalows, limited electricity, hammocks, clean beach and laid back. Cameron and his hard working and friendly Khmer crew make it the preferred place to be on the beach. The beach is beautiful and the sunsets can’t be captured. The walk over from the other side is pretty tough going but doable if you travel light. Worth it- but only to get there. You won’t want to leave. We swam our bags out to a boat to avoid the walk back.... This beach is a place to be left as it is.. What makes it great is the relaxed vibe. If you need wifi and a suitcase on wheels - it’s not for you. Water is precious and waste is not welcome - so tread lightly and let Sunset Beach continue to be the island paradise that it is. Loved it.
A hidden gem for sure. It's quite the hike to get to the place but it's worth it! You need to travel light to get to the place. Hike difficulty is moderate. Also one thing to note is electricity and water, so treat the place as camping site. Only limited power and water. Thank you huba huba for hospitality it!
Friendly staff and great food”
The owner, Cameron, is a friendly guy and does his best to make you feel at home. His Khmer staff are great as well. Located on a quiet beach requiring a trek through the jungle. Though for me this was perfect. Food is probably the best on the beach, and at fair prices. Saw lots of people staying at other hostels come here to eat. Not much to complain about. Obviously no 5 star hotel, but if you like a minimal living space in a secluded area this is the place to be.
The beach is very quiet as it is only accessible by a 30 min walk through the forest (during rainy season only, it seems the beach is accessible by boat during the dry season). The bar and restaurant area is really nice and owners are very friendly. Food selection is quite big for such a remote beach and the food is of good quality and tasteful. OK, now for some weaker points. The beach is dirty, not so dirty that it prevents you from enjoying a swim or a sunbath but it's definitely noticeable. I think the few guesthouses on the beach should pool their resources to clean that up daily, I understand it is a big task as the trash probably comes back all the time because of the tide and waves but it would turn this beach into an amazing place. Regarding the hotel, the shower room needed improvement but that was definitely ongoing, another one was being built next to the existing one and it seemed promising.
Excellent Place to Relax, Fantastic Location, Grea”
Im very happy to stayed at Huba-Huba. Its a great location with a wonderful beach - its perfect for relaxing, swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing.... The Bungalows are very basic but totally adequate. Also the shared Bathroom and toilets are clean. Nice Restaurant and Beachbar and of course very friendly staff. Thanx to Vic and his friends!
the beach is great, the rooms are okay, the toilet inside the dorm is not the best, I suggest to use the one in the back. great food and huge portions
Inconvenient location ”
It takes one hour trekking to access the property. Otherwise you have to pay 60$ taxi boat from main pier of Saracen bay to hotel for one way. We were going to spend two night there and had to cancelled one night because of their location and attitude. First, the location is suitable for hideaway vacation since it's difficult to go to other beaches, other islands. Second, staff and owner are not really friendly and helpful. However, their room is quite good with clean bathroom.
Secluded, quiet beach”
It is important to know what to expect. This is the kind of location and a kind of property which demands a laid-back and a bit adventurous attitude. One would be best advised to exhale and take it easy: the supply boat may fail to come on a particular day leading to absence of condensed sweet milk, the kitchen may be 15 minutes late opening, jungle critters may come to visit one at night - does it matter all that much? The staff (lovely lot, all of them) will do their best to make your stay enjoyable, the food at the restaurant is simply amazing, and the visiting crowd is mostly interesting, while at the same time not too numerous. One of the last enclaves of this kind of beach leisure in the face of Chinese expansion and never ceasing loud drunkenness of the siter island, Koh Rong.
Fantastic sea side escape with no frills.”
We loved our week of sun, reading, walking, snorkelling and snoozing, next to clean sand & clear water. Good room, friendly staff, great food, spectacular snorkelling. Yes you could complain about bugs, drips, sunburn or lack of aircon... but who cares in paradise? If you want 5 star go elsewhere and leave us in peace!
Where do I begin to describe how this place just ruined my time at Sunset Bay? 1. The trek was not 20-25 mins. It is more like an hour when you have your backpack with you. I don't think you can do it with a wheelie luggage. Please wear proper shoes and know that there are snakes. I did not see any but I think there was a monkey in the trees, so no earrings ladies. 2. I stayed in the dorm and it was horrible. The door did not have a knob, the water pressure for the tap and shower was non existent. Our toilet bowl was pretty much broken and the water bin for us to flush it with was filled with smelly water. Only the toilet light worked in my dorm, the main room area was pretty much dark. My mosquito net had a hole the size of my fist. 3. The staff did the bare minimum. They were not rude to me but they were not exactly friendly, especially since I was alone. When I asked more questions to clarify (because sometimes things are lost in translation,) they appeared to be annoyed.
Huba Huba đáng để trải nghiệm”
Huba-Huba is a great hostel that offers many type of staying like bungalows, tents, doms... I love their food and decoration concept. I was really enjoy the nature of jungle, wild of the beach. This place is absolutely peaceful and quite that bring you closely to the nature, the origin environment that urban life never had. I will come back. A small disadvantage is the path leading to Huba-Huba. There is only one way walking for about 45 minutes, no boats or other vehicals. In rainy season, it is really a little bit danger for you to do trekking through the forest.
We had to walk 45 minutes to there. It's exciting but only suitable for active people. There was a problem that I had forgotten my passport when we checked out, and could not walk back 45 minutes again. So I must hire someone to get back. T_T
Chill Cambodian paradise”
We stayed on the beach for 4 nights (bungalow 2). If you can handle a rustic place that is simple and quiet this is for you. It is a little paradise, gorgeous water and a very laid back vibe. No fans in the rooms so it can be hot at night. Not for everyone, but completely amazing if you just want to disconnect and do nothing.
Overpriced and foreign staff are a little stuck up”
After an hour walk through the rainforest (which some may enjoy), we arrived to find absolutely no water for the entire stay. The accommodations are basically wood boxes and the floor boards don't even line up properly so I dropped a few things through under the bungalow. The staff forbid you to bring food or drinks from the outside, apparently because mice and other rodents will come in and eat them, but this shouldn't be an issue if the rooms weren't so poorly constructed. It felt to me like a money grab for Europeans looking for an "authentic jungle experience". The property is very nice, but the rooms are super expensive for what they are, lack of water, and overall attitude of the wait staff (who are not locals and just backpackers who are working under the table) really put me off. After purchasing 15 bottles of water so I could wash my face, brush my teeth and rinse off my body, you would think they would deduct some of them for free since they failed to invest properly in a water pump. The neighboring properties had water at the time so we had to take a shower and use the toilet in the bathroom of the place next door (which we ate at the whole time and is generally better than this place). What bothered me most was the total lack of concern about the water issue. I understand it was dry season, I understand it's an island, but don't tell me there's no water when the neighbors have it, then proceed to charge me since I have to purchase water from you. Bad service. Saying "sorry there's no water" and handing me 2 free bottles would have left me with a better impression, but instead the whole experience to me felt fake and like a money grab.
We had an absolute blast here. It is nice and remote, and even though it was fully booked when we stayed here, it didn't feel like it at all. The limited electricity and no wifi didn't bother us at all, as we used the time to chill in the bar/restaurant, lie on the beach, read, eat and relax. The food was surprisingly good, and the portions were quite big, so the slightly higher prices were definitely justified. The staff was just amazing and looked after our every need. It was so worth the 35/40 minute hike through the forest to get to an almost empty beach and the perfect place to connect with nature and completely switch off from the world.
Great location...services let them down...”
First, location is awesome, beach is great. Food was excellent and great value for money. On the negative side, they were low on water which is fine but failed to replenish our bucket water supply (meant to do twice daily and didn't - we had to collect our own water from the sea to flush the toilet). They didn't clean the rooms and when you cant flush the paper down the toilet it should be cleared daily) so the support services greatly let them down, and the rooms are hot as you dont have power at night, again which is fine given that's what you sign-up for but the mattresses stink of perspiration and i added to the smell. In fairness the owner has caretaker management in place, they were lovely but maybe not managing the resort with the same love and care that the owner would. Highly recommend the location but check out "Sleeping Trees" or "Robinsons" - just up the beach..i will go again and i will stay at either of these. Finally not such a good location for young kids especially if you plan to walk through the jungle..young kids would struggle to safely carry their bags so be prepared to carry everything and the trail is quite steep in parts.
Great food, voulnteers and time. A few hiccups. ”
The food was great and had generous portions. The bill starts to add up though. The other hotels/bars on that side are good too. We trekked through the jungle and thankfully had only our small backpacks. Well worth it to be at a calmer and less busy beach. There were issues with water which meant showers were restricted and toilets did get unhygienic at one point. This was acted on once we spoke to the owners. This could be monitored better. The bungalows were aback but lovely and had incredible views. It was very relaxing and a great way to recharge batteries.
Perfect Location, nice staff ”
Very dedicated, super friendly and motivated staff. We felt welcome at every stage. The bungalows are quite simple, but do their job. Not for everyone considering the wildlife ;) meaning: don't keep food/snacks in your bungalows (otherwise the rats are gonna be visiting your bungalow regularly). In comparison to the beach on the other side, this is truly a lonely paradise experience.