· Heritage: Although the Rosewood Phnom Penh comprises part of the world-renowned Rosewood family, the luxurious hotel is also dotted with aesthetics inspired by local Cambodian culture and roots.
· Wellbeing: After a workout in the state-of-the-art gym and dip in the pool, the spa’s treatments, inspired by ancient and modern wellness techniques, are certain to leave the minds and bodies of guests feeling relaxed and healthy.
· Cuisine: The exciting mix of interactive and immersive dining experiences offered promises to excite even the most discerning of guests.
Rosewood Phnom Penh occupies the top 14 floors of Vattanac Capital Tower which soars 188 meters above the heart of Phnom Penh’s business district. The property has a total of 175 rooms, including 37 suites, each with unparalleled views of the city and elegantly furnished to create comfortable, residential-style living spaces. Guests can choose amongst a variety of in-house dining options, including continental, Japanese, French and Cambodia fare as well as a steak and seafood grill. Oenophiles and wine connoisseurs can sample wines or enjoy a bottle from the Wine Vault’s extensive range of fine wines. Sense, the Rosewood brand’s signature spa, will offer guests a tranquil haven and wellness getaway, while the fitness center provides wide views of the city skyline and state-of-the-art fitness equipment available 24 hours a day.
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Each of the hotel’s 138 rooms and 37 suites is a luxurious haven ideal for relaxing after a day spent exploring the bustling city. Thoughtfully blending plush furnishings and intuitive technology, these spaces represent the pinnacle of both traditional Cambodian refinement and modern sophistication. In addition to affording incredible views of the city, every room and suite is also fitted with Frette 600 thread-count linens, bespoke Rosewood bath amenities by Christophe Laudamiel, a 55” or 65” LCD TV, Bluetooth music connection, Soundbar speaker system, Nespresso coffee machine, in-room safe, individual climate control, slippers and terrycloth bathrobes, and a fully stocked private bar with premium selections.
All three classes of the Rosewood Phnom Penh’s rooms can be described as spacious and elegant. Boasting panoramic views of historic Phnom Penh through wide windows, the Executive Room’s 50 square meter space houses either a king-size bed or two twins and an indulgent marble bathroom. The Premier River Room affords charming views of Tonlé Sap Lake from its chic 50 square meter large living space, outfitted with custom art and refined furnishings. Its spacious marble bathroom also includes a separate walk-in shower. By upgrading to the Grand Executive Room, guests can enjoy 62 square meters of sumptuously furnished space that fuses contemporary interior design with local flavors. The rich wood furnishings and soft neutral color palette instills a mood of refined sophistication.
The hotel’s three suite options are the epitome of comfort and class. The spacious Mekong Suite’s 65 square meters contains a bedroom appointed with a king-size bed, large living room, entrance foyer, and walk-in closet. It also affords remarkable views of the legendary Mekong River. Spanning 82 square meters, the expansive Manor Suite boasts an elegant foyer, an airy living room, and a gracefully designed bedroom. Guests staying in this suite can enjoy the exquisite luxury and supreme comfort within while looking out across the Phnom Penh skyline. Tastefully appointed and uniquely decorated, the 95-square meter Rosewood Suite provides picturesque views of the Mekong River and contains a spacious entrance foyer, separate living room and bedroom, and luxurious dining area.
As one of the Rosewood Phnom Penh’s signature suites, the breathtaking Monivong Suite possesses one-of-a-kind architectural arrangements and covers 160 square meters. The opulent suite is a setting of refined elegance and supreme comfort, housing a large bedroom, spacious walk-in closet, light-filled living room, cozy private study, and a sophisticated dining area.
Beautifully designed with bespoke furnishing, the elegant Norodom Suite represents the epitome of opulence and comfort. At 225 square-meters, the suite’s foyer, sitting room, bedroom with dressing chamber, private study, and chic dining room are all spacious, wonderfully furnished, and overflowing with natural light.
Rosewood Phnom Penh takes relaxation and wellbeing seriously. It is equipped with one of the city’s best spas, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and the most centrally located swimming pool in the city. For travelers with children, there is a range of educational and entertaining programs for their children to get involved with while they take some time for themselves. Last but not least, the hotel boasts an art gallery showcasing some of Cambodia’s most exciting contemporary artwork from the country’s well-established and up-and-coming artists.
Found on level 35, Rosewood Phnom Penh’s art gallery’s 112 square meters of space contains some of Cambodia’s most exciting contemporary artworks from the country’s most influential and up-and-coming artists.
To ensure children enjoy an equally luxurious treatment as their parents while at Rosewood Phnom Penh, the hotel has designed Rose Buds, a program that provides special services such as tailor-made cuisine and fun-filled activities to the youngest guests.
Guests not wanting to fall behind on their fitness goals need look no further than the hotel’s fitness center that is opened 24 hours a day and equipped with a complete line of state-of-the-art fitness equipment. Fitted with windows that afford sweeping vistas of the city’s skyline and are filled with natural light, the fitness studio is also staffed by personal trainers who are available for assistance upon request.
The hotel boasts a 22-meter indoor lap pool located on the 33rd floor that is perfect for a refreshing dip or reinvigorating workout. As the most centrally located pool in the city, it offers stunning views of Phnom Penh’s central business district.
Nestled on the 33rd floor of the Rosewood Phnom Penh is a haven of relaxation and indulgence: Sense, A Rosewood Spa. There, guests can wash away all their worries and stress with one of the nurturing treatments performed by the spa’s specially trained therapists. Treatments use products inspired by Khmer traditional healing herbs and a blend of ancient and contemporary techniques. Visitors can expect to leave with their body and mind rejuvenated.
From a thrilling Japanese barbecue experience to relaxing with a glass of champagne above the city, eating at Rosewood Phnom Penh offers not only delicious cuisine but lifetime memories. Guests can also enjoy fine dining experiences with sumptuous Cambodian favorites and escargot or browse the Wine Vault with help of a master sommelier. Each restaurant and bar is uniquely decorated to ensure that sensory pleasure doesn’t end with the food and expertly staffed to provide an immersive gastronomic adventure devoid of any distractions.
Affording stunning views of the city from the hotel’s 35th level, Brasserie Louis is a premier location for sumptuous food in the heart of Phnom Penh. Boasting a menu of dishes prepared with the finest ingredients, freshly sourced from local suppliers, this spacious and luxurious restaurant promises to delight guests of even the most discerning tastes. Serving sumptuous Continental breakfasts as well as lunch and dinners of the finest French comfort food and regional Cambodian favorites, Brasserie Louis is ideal for indulging at any time of the day.
The expansive Cuts houses a casual dining area, a grill room, private dining suites, and a Wine Vault tasting area, all of which provide a relaxed yet stylish atmosphere for guests to enjoy delicious meals and first-class service. Located on the 38th floor, Cuts offers magnificent views of Phnom Penh and the legendary Mekong River. Including hand-cut artisanal meats and fresh seafood served from the grill room, the wide range of gourmet dishes available promises to satisfy the fancy of any diner while the Wine Vault’s extensive selection of fine wines is guaranteed to have the perfect bottle on hand for any mood.
For an exciting evening, guests can visit Iza to marvel at the master chefs who skillfully prepare mackerel, scallops, chicken skewers, shiitake mushrooms, garlic, green peppers, and much more in a “robata-yaki” – or “fireside grill” – setting. Every special evening spent enjoying this interactive and deeply traditional dining experience is rounded off with a glass of one of the restaurant’s many fine sakes. Rooms with communal seating or semi-private dining rooms are available as well, though a seat at the counter around the robata-yaki is highly recommended.
Conveniently located in the center of the hotel, the comfortable and effortlessly stylish Living Room is ideal for picking up a breakfast-to-go or relaxing into a convivial conversation with family and friends while eating a breakfast pastry, yogurt, tantalizing cakes, or a healthy salad. Once the evening comes, the Living Room transforms into a lounge where guests can enjoy a drink from the Living Room’s expansive drink menu that boasts a wide selection of spirits, whiskey, brandy, and liqueurs. A selection of beers and soft drinks are also available.
Looking down over the dynamic city from high up on the hotel is Sora, a sky bar and lounge serving up spectacular views, high-energy, and specially curated cocktails. The attentive but discreet service promises guests will never go unattended to while the menu includes a large selection tapas dishes and a vast selection of beers, whiskeys, and wines to match. Guests are encouraged to ask the highly knowledgeable bartenders to point them in the direction of drinks that best suits their tastes and food.
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