Star Wood Inn
Star Wood Boutique Inn...Welcome You!
Visit wonderful Phnom Penh City stay at Star Wood Boutique Inn
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Just spend a couple of minute you will be reached various interesting place where you wish such as Royal palace, National Museum, Monument Independent, Toul Sleng, Russian Market as well as Business Center District. Our boutique hotel is strategically located in the heart of Phnom Penh City.
The Star Wood Boutique Inn is a perfect accommodation, whether you are exploring the Cambodian rich culture or seeking a safe heaven for business. This is the best budget boutique hotel in Phnom Penh city where you need not to shop further.
It is a newest boutique Inn in the Phnom Penh Capital which built and designed by our Cambodian Architecture.
Featured 28 uniquely designed 28 rooms in a modern ambience, such as, Standard Single, Double, Twin Room (Air- Conditioning) and Basic Single Private (Fan Room), offer “Free” High-Speed WiFi Internet Access, equipped with air-conditioning or fan, cable TV, cold and hot water with shower, telephone, window and modern amenities to fit all you needs.
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Installations & Politiques Bed and breakfast
- Accueil 24h/24
- Sécurité 24h/24
- Les transferts depuis ou vers l'aéroport
- Location de vélos
- Parking à vélos
- Échange de livres
- Petit déjeuner non inclus
- Télévision par câble
- Téléphones à carte
- Ventilateur de plafond
- Adapté aux enfants
- Cartes bancaires acceptées
- Bureau de change
- Check in/out rapides
- Accès gratuit à Internet
- Parking gratuit
- Wifi gratuit
- Réfrigérateur / congélateur
- Sèche-cheveux à louer
- Douches chaudes
- Accès à Internet
- Café Internet
- Dernières arrivées
- Linge de lit non inclus
- Casiers à bagages
- Equipement pour se faire du café ou du thé
- Bureau des excursions
- Service de réveil
Politique d'annulationCette propriété a une politique d'annulation de 1 jours. Si vous n'annulez pas dans cet intervalle de temps, vous devrez payer des frais d'annulation du montant de la première nuit de votre séjour.
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This is local attraction of Star Wood Inn
Phnom Penh is the capital was established in 1434 by King Ponhe Yat. Situated at the confluence of the Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap Rivers , a location known in Cambodia as Chaktomuk or four faces. Covering an area of 290 square kilometers, Phnom Penh is the major political, economic, cultural, communication and tourism center of both domestic and international services.
1. Royal Palace
A stunning complex of buildings, built in traditional Khmer style, including a Throne Hall and the intriguing, very French house built with iron, which was donated by Napoleon III to King Norodom in 1876.
2. Silver Pagoda
A delightful pagoda next to the Royal Palace, so called because over 5,000 silver tiles cover its floor, which also houses priceless Buddhas (including the Emerald Buddha and a life-sized gold Buddha covered in thousands of precious gems).
3. National Museum
A distinctive red-brick, pseudo-Khmer style building, constructed by the French in 1917, housing an extensive collection of Khmer sculptures from the pre-Angkorian period (7th century) to the post-Angkorian period (14th century).
4. Independence Monument
A huge monument in the shape of a lotus, built to celebrate independence from the French on 9 November 1953. Now it also commemorates Cambodia's war dead, and is the focus of celebrations and services on holidays such as Independence Day and Constitution Day.
5. Wat Phnom
Located on the top of a small hill reached by a flight of steps with nagas (mythical serpents) on either side, this temple marks the spot of the foundation of Phnom Penh and is the most important in the city where residents come to pray for good luck.
6. Toul Sleng Genocide Museum
Notorious prison during the Khmer Rouge years, originally a high school, where thousands of people were tortured and lost their lives; contains chilling photos, crudely built cells and instruments of torture.
7. Choeung Ek (Killing Field)
The killing fields of Choeung Ek is the site of the deaths of thousands of victims of the Khmer Rouge. It is now a group of mass graves and a memorial stupa.
8. Central Market
A large building housing many stalls as well as having various arms of stalls all away around the outside. All kinds of things can be found there from exotic Cambodian silver to hand painted materials, kitchen equipment, flower stalls, bags, clothing, jewelery, electronics and crafts. Natural light only for the interior of the building means that the market closes around 5.00pm.
9. Russian Market
This market is of far less architectural interest but has a larger and more varied selection of souvenirs, curios and silks than the Central Market.