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Villa Borann

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (PNH)

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Villa Borann
235A street 19, Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Based on 2146 reviews
from Melbourne
Submitted on 04-06-2016
We stayed an enjoyable 3 nights in a room with a private pool.The grounds of The Pavilion were lovely and tranquil. The staff were friendly and spoke very good English. The food ranged from average to excellent, with the chicken curry being outstanding. Our room was very nice, although the bathroom was awkwardly tiny, and there was a lack of space to store bags and clothes.The temperature of the private pool was cold when we were there in March (not the hotels fault) and in that season we would... Read more
from Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Second time staying here - feel really safe as a solo traveller and really enjoyed the complimentary massage. The space I had with my room made it really easy to work. Great hotel. On the ground floor this time with private terrace. Not so many people here in July but we've had lovely weather, even with the rain. Compares well to January weather.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 09-07-2016
Amazing pool, tranquil setting in the heart of the city. From the moment you enter you are met with an oasis of calm and tranquility. Excellent food and drinks served by the pool. Our room was spacious and comfortable and spotlessly clean. Definitely worth staying here.
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Submitted on 10-07-2016
Pavilion was a high quality hotel with well appointed rooms. Staff were friendly and helpful, and the pool and adjacent bar were lovely. Located relatively close to the eating districts - a 15 minute walk or five minute tuktuk ride away - but well known by the drivers and in a convenient location. Would happily stay here again.
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Submitted on 26-07-2016
We stayed here for three nights last week and loved it. It is such a great hotel. The pools were lovely- one very green and lush and the other a sun pool. The room was huge and we were kindly upgraded-amazing. We loved the breakfast each day. So much choice and the restaurant and bar staff were always so helpful and friendly each morning. All of the staff were so helpful and spoke good English. Vanna should get a particular mention who was very friendly and even gave us a tour of Phnom Penh in ... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 04-08-2016
So pleased I stayed here for a couple of nights, could easily have stayed longer. From the moment you arrive, you are well looked after. Nice to stay in a place that has history and character too. The rooms are spacious, the pools and outdoor spaces are great, the staff are helpful, the breakfasts are generous. If I'm in Phnom Penh again I'd love to stay here.
from sydney
Submitted on 04-08-2016
From the moment you walk through the doors you are surrounded by a turn of the century colonial charm. The pool and bar area were tastefully decorated and inviting. We stayed in Room 8. Absolute devine with a veranda over looking the pool surrounds. Great location. Great staff. highly recommend to any one who wants a secluded retreat in the heart of Phomn Penh.
from Colchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 05-08-2016
It is hard to believe the wonderful atmosphere when you come through the gate from the street and into the hotel grounds. So peaceful and such a difference to the bustle of the city. We were so pleased with our visit here, the staff were so kind, the rooms very comfortable and we found we really appreciated this after spending time wandering in the heat of Phnom Penh.
from Birmingham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-08-2016
the pavilion was very difficult to find for my taxi driver. the main issue being that the hotel did not have a sign with its name, or at least we couldn't see it. Once we found it, the entrance to the hotel was a small door with a security office next to it. Stepping into the door was like stepping into Narnia. From the traffic of Phnom Penh, to the noise, the smell and the dirt, everything disappeared and I felt as though I was in another world. Surrounded by lush gardens, swimming pools and sm... Read more
from Twentynine Palms, California
Submitted on 13-08-2016
As many reviews have stated, when you see the pool the busyness of Phnom Penh streets seems to melt away. My room was spacious and the perfect little base for exploring the city. Can't really say anything that hasn't been said on trip advisor. The Pavillon is an oasis away from the mayhem of the city.
from Oslo, Norway
Submitted on 14-08-2016
Good location, not too far from the Royal Palace and from Tonle Sap riverfront. Lush garden, swimmingpool, good breakfast, charmful rooms but when I was staying in room number one I heard noise many time from the room above. Ok wifi. Friendly staff. It's an oasis for relaxing a little bit when you're not exploring the city.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-08-2016
We loved staying at the Pavilion. The whole place had a relaxed colonial vibe and staff were really helpful. I liked the fact this place was adults only as it kept things more relaxed/quiet. The private pool room was absolutely wonderful and well worth it. The other two pools at the hotel are also beautiful. Breakfast was tasty and I enjoyed having it served at the table rather than a buffet. I'll definitely be back the the Pavilion.
from England
Submitted on 15-08-2016
Great hotel - lovely breakfast and comfortable room. The staff were very helpful. But - the pools are very cold and we were woken up at 05.30 by a scratching noise coming from upstairs. Perhaps a dog or a rat. So, unfortunately we didn't get much sleep.
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 04-09-2016
This hotel has it all - restaurant and bar by the pool; other bar by the other pool (one pool shaded, one sunlit so best of both worlds); massage room on-site with great massages (with a free half-hour massage each); friendly, helpful local staff; great location with the Palace and Silver Pagoda just up the street and the waterfront only a few blocks away. The place is relaxed and clean without being jarringly modern in what is an old building with some interesting history.
from Nottingham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-09-2016
As part of our stay in Phonm Penh we were looking for a boutique non chain hotel. This place popped up and we saw the photos and hoped it would be the same. We were amazed when we arrived...it was just as the photos. You step off the street into a green oasis and paradise...it's like a hidden gem in the city. There are 2 pools, lots of outside dining space, on site massages available and the food is decent for the price. We would highly recommend this place especially to couples as it really is ... Read more
from Auckland, New Zealand
Submitted on 07-09-2016
My wife and I stayed here on our honey moon. It was a great little boutique hide away from the frantic pace of Phnom Penh. The place was wonderful and the free massage was the icing on the cake. My only small niggles were that the front pool needed to be skimmed more frequently due to the overhanging trees and food at the restaurant at night was slow at coming out from the kitchen but other than that it was faultless and the staff couldn't be more helpful!
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Submitted on 22-09-2016
I have no negatives for this place. Stay here if you can and you will not be disappointed. Staff are attentive and helpful. You cannot go wrong. It's paradise within the craziness of the city centre. Really close to the palace. My only advice is to not use the tuk tuk drivers waiting out the front. They will not give you the best price, so just walk away and hail one on the street and you'll get a more attentive driver at a better price.
from Edmonton, Canada
Submitted on 22-09-2016
. It is not a luxury hotel but its very clean and well maintained. Bed was very hard, it seems it didnā??t have a mattress almost, but for a couple of nights was ok. what we really liked was the location. It was very close to attractions and in the road of a nice street where good restaurants could be found. Also lots of Cambodia streets are just dirt, this one was paved, so no a lot of dust in the rooms or areas close by. The breakfast offered by the hotel was delicious, enough to get you runn... Read more
from
Submitted on 28-09-2016
Lovely little hotel. Very attentive staff. Easy place to stay. Easy to walk to the Royal Palace. Clean. Nice pools. Room was nice with mosquito net. Breakfast was good. Good value. No pretensions. Offered short free massage for all guests.
from Bay Area
Submitted on 28-09-2016
Checking in and out at the hotel front desk was a cinch. Staff very attentive and helpful. Beautiful surroundings and very well manicured hotel grounds. Hotel breakfast was great with a platter of fresh fruits and a basket of pastries and a hot breakfast made to order. Do remember to try the Kiwi Cooler for a WOW factor - yummy all the way!
from Melbourne
Submitted on 29-09-2016
Had a perfect stay at this gorgeous hotel. It used to be the royal vet headquarters and is beautiful. Two pools, great food and the best staff around. Splurge on a deluxe room if you can. Wish we could've stayed forever!
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