Standing tall in Phnom Penh’s business district, Rosewood cuts an imposing figure over the Cambodian capital. The sleek edifice of glass and steel is a reflection of the city’s energy, but step inside and you are instantly transported from the buzz of the bustling streets into a cool, calm space. Though it is an undeniably modern place, the hotel’s Cambodian heritage is celebrated in its traditional design flourishes and the carefully curated artworks that adorn its public spaces.
A stunning choice of rooms and suites are spread out across Rosewood’s upper floors. These contemporary hideaways are lined with dark wooden panels and draped in soothing tones of white and grey, offset with flashes of polished brass and gleaming marble. Options include spacious Executive Rooms, Manor Suites with their own foyer and expansive living area, and the Monivong House Signature Suite, a palatial space with light-filled living room two bathrooms and private study. Best of all, Rosewood’s towering stature means that every room comes with spectacular views of Phnom Penh’s glittering cityscape.
Rosewood’s central location makes it the perfect base to experience Phnom Penh, with landmarks such as the Wat Phnom Penh Temple, National Museum of Cambodia and the ornate Royal Palace all within easy reach. You’re also ideally placed to explore the bustling markets and exotic street food vendors that throng the streets, or stroll along the banks of the majestic Mekong River. After a busy day in the city, Rosewood provides you with plenty of ways to relax and recharge. The hotel’s Sense spa offers a sumptuous selection of signature treatments – try the Khmer Herbal Poultice, an ancient healing massage using turmeric and Flower of Salt. Alternatively, spend some time in one of Rosewood’s seven bars, restaurants and cafés. With so much choice, there is something to suit every appetite – from the French inspired gourmet cuisine on offer in Brasserie Louis and traditional Chinese with a contemporary twist at Zhan Liang, to irresistible sweet treats at Patisserie and smoky single malts at the Whisky Library.
Those looking to be in the heart of the action
Spa and wellness enthusiasts
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Indulge in exquisite French cuisine with a traditional Khmer twist at Brasserie Louis
Feast on Chinese and Japanese cuisine at Zhan Liang or Iza, fresh seafood and steaks at Cuts, rooftop tapas at Sora or enticing sweet treats at Patisserie
Sample the country’s largest whisky selection in the cosy cigar lounge
Wind down in the spa with a treatment inspired ancient Khmer healing techniques
Tuck into an irresistable afternoon tea or sip freshly-made cocktails at the Living Room bar
Admire the hotel’s intriguing art collection inspired by Khmer tradition
Revive with a morning dip in the indoor swimming pool
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Discover the city’s most remarkable buildings on a Khmer architectural tour
Embark on a fascinating guided tour of the city, discovering hidden gems and local hot spots
Enjoy a tailor-made sunset cruise along the Mekong River
Absorb local culture and receive a monk’s blessing during a morning ritual at Wat Phnom
Look out for vibrant murals and galleries on a guided street art tour
Start the day with a morning run along the Mekong riverside with the hotel’s fitness instructor
Visit the peaceful silk farms on the island of Koh Dach
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