Hotel: Villa Sovanna Boutique Hotel

6:50:00 PM

After a few hours of traveling by bus to Phnom Penh, it was finally time for us to go to our hotel.
We stayed at a small, quiet, more private kind of hotel this time. It's in the middle of the city but the serenity feels like you are away from the hustle and bustle.
Photo credits to Villa Sovanna
We immediately get a tuktuk driver just right at the bus station and paid $5 for a distance that wasn't that long. But we learned it a little late. 

We were given some welcome drinks when we arrived and was checked in around 2pm exactly. The hotel was quiet, we didn't see other guests and only the hotel staffs.

The hotel is not that high so they do not offer elevators which we did not mind. The staff brought out luggage to our room and we were welcomed to our suite with some beautiful treats for us.
Calvin had informed them of something and asked for a humble request yet they presented to us such a thoughtful gifts of flowers, red wine, and some fruits. We stayed there for around four (4) nights. 


On the first day, we asked them about the processing of our visa back to Vietnam and they quickly got back to us by saying that someone will pick up our passports the next day. The processing took one day even though we didn't pay for fast processing. So the next day, we got our visas.

On the second day, since we had free breakfast included on our stay, I asked the staff on how it goes. They do not do buffet which was nice since everything are freshly made. We got a menu where we had to check whether we want a Western or Asian breakfast, and the choosing on the details.

We wanted croissant but it was not available on that day, so we only got normal sliced bread, bacon, egg, and some juice or other hot drinks. A few minutes after breakfast, the agent came and helped us process our visa for Vietnam.
On this day, we toured around uptown area of Phnom Penh.
What I will always remember about this hotel is their thoughtfulness. On the third day, when I went down to ask for the menu, their staff immediately informed me that they have croissant available, so we got it together with a chocolate drink.
Watermelon and White Fleshed Dragon Fruit
 
In the afternoon, after our DIY day tour, we had a relaxation time in their pool. They had a buy 1 take 1 cocktails available for a price of $3 for one. So we ordered 2 and had free 2 cocktails as well. Unfortunately, I only have photos of the three drinks that we got. It was so quiet that we stayed in the pool from before sunset until evening.
 
The T shaped Pool and Passion Fruit Martini
These are Piña colada and Lime Martini
We also had our breakfast delivered to our room and had it in the balcony.
We had an amazing experience in the hotel. Although at the time there was a construction going on right beside the hotel, it was still peaceful, quiet, and serene. Really good for a relaxing vacation.

By the way, this is not a paid promotion or that sort, we just want to review the hotels we've been to and would like to share the experience. So far this is the hotel we love best in Phnom Penh compared to the other two we've stayed which will be published soon.
Additionally, all photos were taken by a phone camera.

For more info about their hotel, you can find them through Facebook, TripAdvisor, Agoda, Hotels.com, and their own website.

Thank you so much for reading! Do anticipate for our next food or travel related posts!

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  1. Thanks for giving me an idea where to stay in. Like you guys, I want to travel! Keep on posting!

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    1. Glad this helped! I can't wait to hear what you think if you end up staying there!

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