The Villa Paradiso - Phnom Penh11.55992, 104.9239
The Villa Paradiso features 15 beautiful rooms in Prampir Makara district. The property blends a royal architecture with all necessary comforts. It offers a storage room, a safe deposit box and parking on the premises.
Located in a busy area of Phnom Penh, the venue is a few steps from Independence Monument. It is located a 10-minute walk from the center of Phnom Penh.
A museum and monuments are also settled steps away from the hotel.
The Villa Paradiso is situated near PP Railway train station, 15 minutes' walk from te venue. The nearest airport is Phnom Penh International, 10 km from the property.
The hotels' rooms come with TV set with satellite channels, a sitting area and TV with DVD player. Enjoy garden views while staying at this hotel. The rooms offer a bathtub, a shower and dressing gowns supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Tasty meals are served at the garden restaurant on site. Guests are invited to the onsite café bar to unwind with a drink. Offering a variety of meals, Friends Restaurant and The Red Apron are approximately 100 meters away.
You can start your day with a continental breakfast, which costs USD 8 per person per night. A american breakfast is served at the price of USD 8 per person per night.
Facials and massage treatments are on offer at the hotel. The Villa Paradiso also has a summer terrace and a year-round outdoor pool.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 15.
Bar/ Lounge area
Paid airport shuttle
- Paid airport shuttle
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- City landmarks
The staff were friendly and fantastic. I got a bit sick during my time there and they took excellent care of me.
We only stayed 1 night at the Villa Paradiso, unfortunately we have to say at hindsight. The hotel is a real jewel. Very clean and well designed boutique hotel in the heart of Pnom Penh. Facilties (spa, pool, wifi, TV/Viedo, just to name a few are state of the art), the staff is extremely sweet and always ready to go the extra mile and the hotel itself is clean and very well maintained. We had a great time and can only recommend the Villa Paradiso to anyone who thinks that a hotel night in Cambodia may cost more than usd 100.
Tried hard to think of any shortcoming or points of criticism but in fact there were none! Thanks for an outstanding job!
the staff was great - they really made everybody feel at home. the building of the hotel is a very nice colonial building, the hotel has a great atmosphere.
despite the hotel was really great, the hotel room does not meet the 4* standards I would say - very small, no window to daylight only to a neighboring room. Apart from it everything was perfect.
We were in Phnom Penh for just one night, for which the Villa Paradiso was both a convenient base, and a pleasant place to relax by the pool which we did for most of the morning. The breakfasts are good and prepared fresh to order. It was great to see museli on the menu! We staying the "Cite Interdit" room which is substantially darker than some of the others in the hotel, and with no real view to speak of, but at least that probably made it cooler. Very large room and bathroom and we had a very comfortable night's sleep.
The attention to detail of our room's decoration was spoiled somewhat by the ill fitting slatted blinds which did not completely cover the window.
Quiet, interesting well appointed boutique hotel - efficiently run and with a swimming pool. Rare thing in Phnom Penh, and half the price of Raffles.
beautiful oasis in a loud city, attentive service
This is a well run place with some rooms in different design themes. We stayed in the Balinese Room (expensive) and the 60's room (cheaper) (3 of us). Location is very central, hotel is very well run, place is well designed and cosy, Food is good. Recommended.
In Cambodia there seems to be a habit of playing one tape forever, e.g,. Michael Jackson. In this case something which sounded like Abba in the restaurrant, I am not too familiar with this, but it did wear me out. These are issues which can easily be rectified, the management is committed to keep the place top noptch
The staff were welcoming. The owner made time from his busy schedule to chat with us.The pool and surrounding shrubery was beautifully maintained. The breakfast choice was good. The hotel was well placed for touring Phnom Penh ,there was alwaysa tuc-tuc outside to take us wherever we wanted to visit .
Staff are professional yet friendly, English language is excellent
We stayed in the Sheikh suite - Moroccan themed. It doesn't have seats; instead, there are cushions, as one would expect. I would recommend this suite for younger folk, as cushions for seating aren't really designed for older users. Otherwise, everything aabout the room and our stay was superb
location ,staff greanery
Documentaries available on the TV
Room had no window.Not a big deal tho as the room was v comfortable.
Staff were friendly and helpful.
Room had no window and water from shower was not hot.
very tasteful and nice setting and very fiendly and helpful staff, well trained.
Beautifully renovated villa/boutique hotel. Huge room, lovely pool area, free use of internet. Courteous staff and fantastic hosts in Sandra & Phillip. Great location, most sights within walking distance. A real oasis to return to after long days sightseeing and shopping.
A fridge in the room would of been handy. But the staff allowed us to store our own drinks in their fridge and supplied milk for tea whenever we needed it. So it was not a problem at all.
The biggest asset of this small hotel is their personnel. I hardly ever met such friednly and nice people as in the Paradiso. The hotel itself is a beautifully refurbished old villa in french colonial sytle. It has a very nice though small pool with a cosy restaurant adjacent to it and all this in a kind of tropical garden. Really beautiful and relaxing! The food in the restaurant was also very good and reasonably priced.
The ten rooms have individual theme oriented interior decorations. So it depends on the room and your personal style whether bot match up together. I got the Sheikh-Room, which made my whole stay a bit miserable. Apart from me not being a friend of the arabian sytle the biggest problem was that I could nort sleep due to unacceptable noise levels from the A/C and worse from a nearby Karaoke Bar sending its basses through til 3am. The owners by now are aware of the problem and want to install duble glazing windows.There were some other minor issues which I would resolve like having a minibar on the room which would be even more convenient as the restauran/bar at the pool is closing 10pm.