Located right in the heart of Phnom Penh, Raffles Hotel Le Royal is in the perfect location for guests to experience plenty of what Cambodia has to offer, from the Royal Palace to the local markets, and the many tours available to explore the Wat Phnom, the National Museum and much more of Cambodian culture.
Within the hotel there are 170 luxury guestrooms, five restaurants - each unique and of excellent standard, and exercise and spa amenities. The property was first established in 1929, and re-opened in 1997 – completely refurbished to incorporate the facilities of a modern 5 star hotel, but with an old charm that reflects the historic property.
In a very central location, Raffles Le Royal Hotel is an escape from the city life, and its gardens are described as a ‘tropical oasis’ within a city of over three million people.
In the heart of Phnom Penh, 30 minutes transfer from Phnom Penh International Airport
Raffles Hotel Le Royal features 170 guestrooms, apartments and suites, – 103 State Rooms , 32 Landmark Rooms, 10 Colonials, 4 Personality Suites, 5 Landmark Suites, 2 brand new Balcony Suites, 1 Le Royal Suite.
Raffles Hotel Le Royal features 5 exceptional restaurants, all offering a unique dining experience. Guests can visit the Café Monivong for all-day dining a la carte style, or alternatively head to The Conservatory for traditional English afternoon tea or light refreshments. The Restaurant Le Royal is perfect for evening dining, serving Royal Cambodian and modern French cuisine in an elegant room overlooking the gardens.
Located nearby to the fantastic Russian Market, guests can take a trip down to explore all the different products on offer, from designer clothes to antiques, everything they can possibly need for their stay in Cambodia, plus many wonderful gifts for friends and family back home. However, guests don’t need to leave the hotel in order to pick up some Cambodian souvenirs, as there are shopping opportunities within the hotel. Ambré is a fabulous shop featuring specially designed bags, shoes, jewellery, silk dresses, and accessories made from the highest quality Khmer silks and including the designs of French-Cambodian designer Romyda Keth.
The hotel features a fully-equipped gymnasium, and a 25m lap pool for guests to take part in physical activity during their stay. They can then relax in the Jacuzzi, sauna or steam rooms, or head to the Amrita Spa to be pampered in the treatment rooms with a traditional Khmer massage, described as a healing therapy. The Spa offers many more treatments for guests to indulge in such as body wraps, packs and masks, beauty baths, and much more.