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All reviewsthe penthouserooftop roomtuk tukindependence monumentquiet alleytop floorkilling fieldswalking distancebars and restaurantshotel is locatedfantastic stayside streetwould definitely stay here againwelcome drinkthe general managerhome away from homegreat rooms
The location of the hotel is great, it is nearby restaurants and there are a lot of hotels/hotels/people around this hotel. The staff is great, they are so friendly. It feels a bit like home, sitting on the sofa surrounded with lovely people. Our room...More
Excellent stay at One Up - Banana Hotel.
1) the staff is super friendly and efficient without encroaching on privacy and being "too" friendly - just perfect; they remember what you prefer (food, etc...)
2) the rooms (I stay twice in 2 different rooms) are...More
Staff is helpful and friendly. Location is excellent at the end of a dead end street. Room had a small balcony - nice for morning tea and laptop time. There are many restaurants around.
Only gripe i have is the bed being extremely hard -...More
Son and the One up hotel staff made our stay in Phnom Penh all the easier and less stressful in this bustling growing city. Clean, cosy room and nice continental breakfast. They arranged tours for us including a tour to the countryside which turned out...More
Staff were great! Very friendly, always there to greet you and ask if they can help with your day/stay.
Nice quiet rooms with a very good and large safety deposit box (big enough for laptop). Only bad thing i would say about the room is...More
Response from grandinio | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Not sUre if this question can be answered by trip adviser users. I think you should just contact the hotel and make the request. They are excellent on customer service so will no doubt accommodate you in the room of... More
Hi. Not sUre if this question can be answered by trip adviser users. I think you should just contact the hotel and make the request. They are excellent on customer service so will no doubt accommodate you in the room of your liking, with a window. I was not aware of any rooms without windows at the time of my stay and we had a small balcony.