Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra is located within serene surroundings yet situated close to the best of the city and neighboring the largest mall in the country, Aeon Mall.
Urban oasis From the French landscaping savoir-faire, the peaceful green gardens, colonial inspired architecture to the corridors lined with boutiques and restaurants, the hotel creates the ambiance of a city oasis with a certain refined art de Vivre.
Colonial-influenced aesthetics evoke a timeless refinement in each luxury hotel room and suite. All rooms feature the intimate elegance of hardwood and a warm palette of colors. Everyone is pampered throughout their dreams in the exclusive Sofitel signature ‘MyBed’ bedding. All rooms feature a working area with the latest technology and include LCD TVs, interactive entertainment systems, and wireless internet access.
The spacious interiors include a minibar with complimentary tea and coffee sets for suites. Each room offers the ultimate decadence with luxurious French bathroom amenities. There is a separate standing shower and bathtub as well as Lanvin products for Superior and Luxury rooms while Suites feature the French fragrance, Hermés.
At Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra, each aspect of your stay is individually tailored with dedicated Ambassadors who commit their time and experience to make sure your stay is a memorable experience with the famous French art de reservoir. A perfect venue to bring your meetings to new heights of inspiration. Experience Inspired Meetings with exclusive facilities, the state-of-the-art technology of well-appointed meeting rooms, ballroom and business center. Meeting rooms offer different sizes and settings available for up to 2000 people at the Grand Phokeethra Ballroom.
Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra offers different environments for your wellbeing and health – So Fit, So Spa and the luxurious lifestyle facilities of the Phokeethra Sports Club. All of your needs are taken care of so you can enjoy the wellness, leisure and gastronomy facilities that include eight restaurants and bars.
A stone’s throw from the hotel, the golden spires of the Royal Palace pierce the skies, a paragon of intricate Cambodian architecture. You can also visit the nearby National Museum built during the 1900s or climb the grassy hill and enter Wat Phnom through the grand eastern staircase that is guarded by lions and mythical serpents.