Raffles Hotel Le Royal Phnom Penh

The Hotel

Raffles Hotel Le Royal Phnom Penh features 175 plush suites, including State Rooms (quite spacious units that are located in the 1997 extension wing and decorated in the original colonial-style décor), Colonial Suites (larger rooms that offer a living space and writing desk), and for extended-stay travelers, opt for the opulent, yet comfortable Executive Suites which feature a kitchen and separate living area (and monthly rates are available for longer stays). Landmark Rooms are in the 1929 heritage building, featuring beautiful bathrooms with original 1929 claw-foot bathtubs, high ceilings throughout the suite, and more historic detailing. Personality Suites offer more space, and the name is given for the number of important names who have stayed in them throughout the years. Landmark Suites include one king or twin bedroom, spacious living areas which are dotted with antiques and original artwork, and more. These suites can also be connected to a Landmark Suite to accommodate larger families. And the Le Royal Suites are the hotel’s most opulent rooms, some of the best and luxurious in the city of Phnom Penh, and regularly are the suites of choice of visiting dignitaries and statesmen and women.

The Raffles Hotel is proud to offer on-site dining options, from a casual café to an upscale restaurant. Café Monivong offers an extensive breakfast menu, dinner buffet, or even an a la carte menu for those who want pick their delicious offerings, and the café also features outdoor terrace dining for enjoying the warmth and scenery of the city. The Restaurant Le Royal has the distinction of being one of the city’s grandest dining rooms, offering a lunch menu as well as an upscale dinner menu specializing in modern French and Royal Khmer cuisine every evening; a Saturday brunch at the Restaurant Le Royal is an affair to remember, especially with their specialty cocktails and French champagne. The Elephant Bar is home to afternoon tea, or enjoy their signature cocktails and high-end spirits in the evening. The bar’s garden and balcony ensures a night to remember under the beautiful night sky of the city. Or, for a bit of quiet and history, visit the Writers Bar, where guests can sip a glass of champagne or wine, and take in historic photographs of the city and hotel itself from back in 1929. For visitors of the hotel’s pool, the poolside terrace offers guests a specialty tea menu and light snacks for noshing in between laps and frolicking. And guests of the Raffles must visit the Aspara Terrace, located in the beautiful gardens, it features a market-style buffet dinner and even Cambodian dance performances in the evenings.

The hotel’s amenities include a serene spa, two luxurious pools, event and meeting spaces, car parking, 24-hour in-suite dining, 24-hour butler service, on-site laundry services, airport limo service, and much more.