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Cambodia is an incredible destination with so much to explore! From bustling cities to ancient temples, and lush rainforests to stunning beaches. Whether it’s a luxury resort or a budget-friendly hostel, there are many amazing hotels in Cambodia.

The beautiful Idyllic islands of Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloen offer amazing beaches and nightlife, while Siem Reap has its famous Angkor Wat temples to get lost, So whether you are looking for a peaceful getaway or a vibrant entertainment city, there’s something for everyone in each of these charming Cambodian destinations.

In this article, you can find the best hotels in Cambodia including where to stay in Siem Reap, Phnom Phen, Kampot, and Koh Rong!

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The best hotels in Cambodia

The best hotels in Siem Reap

Siem Reap is an amazing destination for backpackers in Asia, and it has some of the best places to stay in Cambodia. From luxury resorts to smaller boutique hotels, there’s something for everyone.

Home to the ancient Angkor temples, which are some of the most impressive sights in Southeast Asia, You can find here luxurious resorts located around the Angkor temple complex, smaller guesthouses and awesome hostels.

You can find a luxurious double private room here for just €20 per night in a cozy boutique hotel, or you can opt for a bed in a dormitory for only €5 per night in one of the many hostels.

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The best hotels in Battambang

Battambang is a wonderful place to stay with so much to see and do! From amazing food stalls and markets, cultural sites like the ruins of Prasat Banan and the witness millions of bats flying out of the Bat Caves.

You can take a tuk-tuk around town exploring its unique collection of colonial architecture or wander through charming streets lined with boutique restaurants and shops to discover local foods, while staying in one of the many relaxing hotels or guesthouses in town.

The best hotels in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is an incredible place to visit and it was one of my favorite places to stay in Cambodia as it’s filled with delicious food, colourful markets, and vibrant nightlife. This modern city respects its dramatic history and has plenty of interesting historical sites, such as the Royal Palace and the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

There are plenty of amazing places to stay in Phnom Penh, whether you’re looking for a hostel atmosphere or something more luxurious. It’s an exciting city that offers great opportunities for adventure, cultural exchange and sightseeing. Definitely worth a visit!

I stayed almost a week in the House Boutique Eco hotel as it is one of the best and budget-friendly hotels in Cambodia

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The best hotels in Kampot

Kampot is a picturesque riverside village boasting some of the cosiest accommodations in Cambodia. This quaint town offers a variety of activities, such as exploring the area on a scooter, kayaking on the Kampot River, taking a sunset dinner cruise, visiting a pepper farm, or hiking in the hills of Bokor National Park.

In addition, there are plenty of excellent restaurants and cozy bars for a night out, which makes it the perfect place to stay a few nights during your itinerary for Cambodia.

The best hotels in Sihanoukville

Shihanoukville in Cambodia is an amazing place to stay near the coast and it’s probably the place where you’ll take the ferry to Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem.

With crystal blue waters and golden sand, you’ll be sure to have a great time here. However, I spent only one night here before I took the ferry to Koh Rong and one night after my visit the island, so I could arrange transport to Thailand.

If you don’t know where to stay in Sihanoukville, there are plenty of amazing resorts, guesthouses and hostels but below you can find some places I really recommend!

Koh Rong

If you’re looking for a tropical beach paradise in Cambodia, look no further than Koh Rong! This stunning island’s coastline features picturesque beaches and turquoise waters, perfect for swimming and snorkeling.

For the best hotels in Koh Rong, I would recommend one of the resorts on Long Beach, where you can enjoy the ocean breeze from your own private balcony.

However, the best beach bars, amazing restaurants and local guesthouses are near the Koh Rong Pier and Koh Touch Beach where you can enjoy refreshing cocktails and delicious seafood dishes.

And if that wasn’t enough, when the sun goes down you can explore the nightlife at Koh Touch Village or hit up one of many epic beach parties – whatever it is you’re looking for you won’t be disappointed!

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Exploring Cambodia can be an incredible experience with its perfect balance of culture, adventure, and history. With plenty of variety when it comes to accommodation you will love the opportunity to choose between picturesque spots like Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Kampot, and Battambang.

No matter where you decide to stay in this amazing country – you won’t be disappointed!

Do you have a recommendation or do you have some questions? Let me know in the comments.

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The camera gear I used for this trip

I never go out without my camera and many people ask me which gear I use. So to make it quite easy, I listed all the gear I used for this trip below.

Most of the time, I travel with the Sony A7III and the Sony 24-105mm/f4 as my primary lens but depending on the location, I change to another setup. However, I love the Tamron 17-28 to shoot in the big cities.


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