Professionally Handled Operations
An artistic statement of Khmer, Art Deco and French styles, the original Hotel Le Royal welcomed its first guests in 1929. It reopened as Raffles Hotel Le Royal after an extensive refurbishment in 1997. Khmer artists were commissioned to create painted ceilings, decorative copper crests and outdoor sculptures.
The hotel is built around a central courtyard with two swimming pools, framed by Frangipani trees. A traveller’s oasis, Raffles is an integral part of Phnom Penh’s history with its walls adorned with images capturing 20th Century history.
92 Rukhak Vithei Daun Penh, Sangkat Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh
Heart of Phnom Penh's historic area, near key attractions
An oasis for the well traveled
The suites reflect the hotel's French colonial legacy combined with Khmer style and modern comfort
The Elephant Bar is Phnom Penh's most iconic bar
Restaurant Le Royal serves both Royal Khmer and modern western cuisine, complete with signature gueridon service