Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Enjoying a treat

The Balcony Suite bedroom
I get easily confused by the extraordinary number of room categories offered by all the different hotels. It doesn't take much as my memory isn't what it used to be. I just wish these room categories were standardized for people like me with the memory of a goldfish. But what I can tell you is that the four rooms I saw at Raffles Hotel Le Royal at lunchtime were all very posh. Gigantic televisions and so clean you could eat your extraordinary large breakfast off the floor, if you so wished. State, Landmark, Colonial, Balcony and so on, simply too many classifications for someone of my advancing years but all top quality, as was the lunchtime food bonanza we enjoyed. Gareth and Ratanak made sure we ate our fill of the large buffet selection on offer and the service was impeccable, as it always is. Le Royal is a timeless tradition in Phnom Penh, just ask Hillary Clinton who stayed there last week, and they work hard to make it appear seamless, and they do it very well. To be invited to Le Royal is a treat and one which I always savour.  
The popular Landmark Room at Le Royal

I just love the hallways in Raffles hotels - I think it's the tiles and the cleanliness



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