Sihanoukville

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Way down at the wind-swept far south end of Ochheuteal Beach, this secluded boutique-quality resort suits those for whom Otres Beach is too busy. — Lonely Planet
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This rickety wooden building is one of the hippest hang-outs in Otres. — Lonely Planet
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The pick of the pack when it comes to affordable atmosphere in the Serendipity area. — Lonely Planet
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Finally! Serendipity gets its first boutique backpacker pad. — Lonely Planet
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Peaceful downtime is on the cards at this homely place on Otres' riverbank — Lonely Planet
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This opulent Khmer-style complex has a 1.5km private beach, a huge pool with its own tiny tropical island, and a children’s playground. — Lonely Planet
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This excellent training hotel offers disadvantaged youngsters a helping hand into hospitality. — Lonely Planet
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First opened in 1963, with the interior designed by King Sihanouk himself, the Independence established itself as the premier destination of the era. — Fodor's
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Run by a clued-up Swedish-Khmer couple, this guesthouse is as cosy as sitting in front of a fireplace on a snowy Scandinavian night. — Lonely Planet
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Otres Lodge has roomy thatch-roofed, wooden bungalows amid a flower-filled garden. — Lonely Planet
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Finally Sihanoukville has a poolside boutique hotel to rival those in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. — Lonely Planet
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This large, concrete yellow structure, once a brothel, now contains a charming guesthouse where Cambodian students practise hospitality skills they learned over at the Don Bosco Hotel School — Lonely Planet
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The five bungalows here are attractively minimalist inside with tiled floors and glass-fronted doors to make the most of the sea panoramas. — Lonely Planet
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The last place on Serendipity Beach is a fine choice, and not just because it’s furthest removed from the club noise. — Lonely Planet
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The rooms here are tranquil cocoons above the din of Serendipity Beach Rd, with luscious beds, huge flat-screen TVs, attractive art and an appealing slate-grey colour scheme. — Lonely Planet
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These bungalows are set amid a lush garden with pool. — Lonely Planet
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Look no further for a cheap bungalow right on the sand. — Lonely Planet
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This Cambodian villa-style hotel offers enticing value for money with powerful air-con, fridge and cable TV (that actually works) in all rooms. — Lonely Planet
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