Moliden Guest House, Kampot - review by Rusty Compass
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Moliden Guest House, Kampot

| 22 Mar 2012


Moliden Guest House, Kampot
Markara Street, #7, Kampot (next to the old bridge)
+ 855 (0) 33 69 044 95


Price guide: $18 - $45

Our rating
22 Mar 2012

Cosy locally owned hotel in the style of a traditional Khmer house. Right in the centre of town opposite the main bridge.

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Right in the centre of town overlooking the river by the landmark bridge. Good access to everything.


The Moliden is a tastefully designed 9 room hotel in the heart of Kampot. The design is in the style of the traditional Khmer house using lots of dark timber. There’s an outdoor restaurant and bar space that’s great for watching Kampot life go by.
The timber structure probably lets in a little more Kampot noise in than your average brick and concrete hotel. You’ll know you’re in Cambodia - a real local establishment!
Rooms are comfortable and the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.

Free wifi, air-con, TV,  breakfast included for rooms over $US25.

Mark Bowyer
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