Deciding where to stay is an important part of booking a Phnom Penh golf holiday and you should not leave this to the last minute. While it may be possible to find accommodation on arrival, it is much easier to book something in advance.
If you would like to stay in the busiest area of the city, Riverside or Sisowath Quay is the best area of Phnom Penh to look for accommodation. Here you will find a large array of bars, restaurants, hotels, shops, landmarks, markets and museums. The evening is the busiest time and visitors and locals can be seen enjoying a walk along the river. Top hotel choices include Aruneas Hotel, The Pavilion, White Mansion and La Masion d’Ambre.
The city centre is in the northern section of Phnom Penh and there is a wide choice of accommodation here with many attractions including the Central Market, Wat Phnom Pagoda, Freedom Park, French colonial buildings and five-star hotels. It’s easy to reach other parts of the city from this area and hotels include New York Hotel, Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort plus the G Mekong Hotel.
Southern Phnom Penh is known for foreign embassies, UN offices and international schools and universities. Close to the Independence Monument, there are many cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs to enjoy and hotels include Pandan Boutique Hotel, La Rose Suites, Villa Sovanna Boutique Hotel and Phnom Penh Katari Hotel.