Ree Hotel puts its entire stakes on the comfort given by mixing colonial elegance with contemporary facilities. From its superb square-shaped pool, to the furniture in the rooms, and to the lobby, everything here suggests French colonialism. However, this doesn’t mean you won’t take your share of the Khmer realities: the designers made sure they integrated them in the colors of the pillows, in the carvings, and in the shape of the doors.
Dining at Ree Hotel is an experience in itself. Rare specialties presented in an elegant manner, French croissants, and exotic fruits – everything here seems only natural. Make sure you try their special recipes for a rare gastronomic understanding of the place.
You won’t be able to find many faults to this hotel: the personnel are professional and fast, services are straightforward, and rooms are decorated differently so that each one carries its own identity. Same goes for bathrooms; same goes for just about everything.
The Good Things
- Full list of amenities at your disposal;
- Great services and detailed organization;
- Flexible staff and elegant rooms.
- Standard breakfast is rather simple;
- Location is not a plus.