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Facing the beachfront, Eden Beach Resort offers 4-star accommodations in Koh Rong Sanloem and features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and restaurant.
The staff is amazing. They are willing to do anything to make your stay enjoyable. Location was great, near the end of all the stays but close to other restaurants. The restaurant on site is great, no need to go elsewhere if you don't want. Sarath, Khan and Chia are awesome. Front desk arranged our boat trip and transportation to boat landing.
Located in Koh Rong Sanloem, Sunny Bungalow offers cozy bungalows, 16 mi or within an hour ferry ride from Sihanoukville. Guests can enjoy drinks at the on-site bar near the beach.
Just a few meters from the beach (on the path that leads to Sunset Beach) you’ll find this adorable place with rustic decoration, fan and hot shower. Beds are equipped with a mosquito net and pillows are confortable, and all of their staff are nice folks, always looking forward to help or even have a nice conversation 🙂
Featuring a private beach area, a garden, and free Wifi, Sleeping Trees is a recently renovated luxury tent a few steps from Lazy Beach and a 0-minute walk from Saracen Bay Beach.
Right between the jungle and a beautiful secluded beach. It was extremely comfortable and clean (is really hard to keep anything on a tropical beach clean) and food was delicious.
Located along a private stretch of Sunset Beach, Robinson Bungalows offers accommodations in Koh Rong Sanloem. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar.
Staff is super nice, location is amazing and very quiet. Food is good. We had an issue with the booking and it was fixed quickly without any extra cost. Very understanding.
Featuring a private beach, Samloem Laguna Resort offers accommodations in Koh Rong Sanloem, 14 mi from Sihanoukville.
Very nice tropical island! Wild jungle right outside of the resort! This place have it's own beach- lovely place to swim. Really good place for those, who's tired of a huge megapolis and every-day work!
Sweet Time Bungalows is a sustainable guest house in Koh Rong Sanloem, a few steps from Saracen Bay Beach. This property encourages guests to embrace nature with its eco-friendly arrangements.
Perfect location close to restaurants and directly on a beautiful beach. Staff were so helpful and friendly. Clean and well priced. Spacious room. Breakfast from the menu.
Beautiful and very quiet island for a small budget, perfect for very relaxing moments. I highly recommend this place for persons who want to relax and not do much. Activities are pretty limited, so if you're looking for a busy place with lots of activities, do not go there. My biggest deception was regarding how the properties there and the locals seem not to care much about the cleanliness of their island. A lot of rubbish in some parts, and no one seem to pay attention to it. Such a gem should be taken care of...
This island is truly beautiful, but taking the time to leave the beach and walk into the hills made me deeply sad, as massive road cuts and associated deforestation are carving up the old forests and laying the groundwork for the development to come. With the ghost hotels of Sihanoukville visible on the horizon from the island’s peaks, it’s not hard to see what’s coming for Koh Rong Sanloem.
Great small island with great restaurants and small bars. Best place to fully unwind and relax from the city life or after travelling a few months. The beach is very clean and all the resorts make sure it gets cleaned every day. The water can be crystal clear sometimes and has some good snorkeling spots. There is even places on the island that offer a huge range of food options for vegans.
WARNING! In my review I did forget some important point: On the last two evenings I did stay some hours at the beach on a beach chair. There I did get multiple insect bites - NOT mosquito bites! The next morning these bites were heavily itching and swollen - terrible, not comparable with a normal mosquito bite! Even today - 3 days later (!) it did not change. It is very difficult not to scratch all the time. A mosquito bite itching would be gone longe time already! So I think there are sand flies on this beach So beware NOT to stay on the beach after sunset! Like me you could have a terrible time afterwards! Up to now I have no idea when the bites will heal. I have to go to a doctor when I am back home
This island is on the cusp of becoming a huge tourist destination. Roads are being created, lots of undeveloped land and the beaches are picture perfect. The restaurant bar scene is was good but not crazy. Food was good but pricier than mainland. There is this hummus pizza place next door to Eden hotel that makes the most amazing pizza. Don’t expect expedient service or all of your food. Sometimes ingredients aren’t available. For the amount of people it can manage but if it gets built up. They will need to up their game
I loved the old fashioned basic beach accommodation and natural landscape. I think it is awful that the government has condemned many of the old properties and forced people out. The worst is the enormous road being built. There is no justification for a road that wide and the associated habitat loss. It is a friendly place, very quaint, very relaxing and there is cheap clean accommodation and good affordable food available. The diving is okay: shallow, relaxing, some interesting things to see but poor visibility typical or a fringing reef. The beach BBQs are great. It was difficult to know how much cash to take, but there are several cash out facilities (10% fee). Don't even think about self catering. There will always be one side of the island protected from the wind, but signage on the paths is needed to avoid getting lost. Getting around is tricky with luggage unless your accommodation has a transfer service as apart from the hideous new road and the cross-island tracks you have to walk along the beach.