The Quay
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The Quay


As you step from the vibrant riverfront of Phnom Penh along the banks of the Tonle Sap, prepare yourself for a fusion of innovation and tranquillity. An excellent location with everything you need just outside the front door and peace and quiet once inside the front door.

Rooms start at USD $70 or USD $120 and vary seasonally.


An ever changing menu, with organically selected produce awaits you at the Restaurant at the Quay.

Serves a selection of local classics and Mediterranean dishes.


The Standard Rooms at The Quay are located in the rear of the building and do not offer views or windows.

The Panorama Suites at The Quay are twice the size of Standard Rooms and offer sweeping panoramic views of the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers.

All rooms and suites at The Quay come with large, flatscreen televisions and complimentary wireless Internet.


The central location of the Quay means that you are within minutes of the main attractions. An ideal base for exploring Phnom Penh's vibrant energy and hidden charms.

The Quay is a pleasant stroll away from top Phnom Penh landmarks such as the National Museum, the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and quaint streets dotted with charming cafes, designer shops and art galleries.


As you step from the vibrant riverfront of Phnom Penh along the banks of the Tonle Sap, prepare yourself for a fusion of innovation and tranquillity. From the start, your stay at this minimalist 16-room hideaway is urbane and relaxed. Social and the environmental dovetail with refined design of The Quay.

After pausing a moment to take in your surroundings, you are pleased to see that every area is inviting. Curvaceous Swan chairs, original art works and historic photographs all grace your presence. As you ascend to your suite, you find The Quay's spaces infused with aromatherapy and accented with lustrous Cambodian silk textiles. Rooms are intention-designed, as you soon discover; they are spacious yet intimate.

Customer Reviews

"The Quay was a surprise, a really great surprise. Although the hotel was completely full during our stay the staff provided fantastic service. From their service on the rooftop bar to the housekeepers they really take care of you.

The hotel offers two types of rooms - standard rooms and panorama suites. You must stay in a panorama suite. They are much larger and offer great views of the river and the busy riverfront. Our room was large - standard rooms looked pretty small, but both room types are nicely appointed. Note, our balcony was great, but there was a high wall that made it impossible to see the river if you are sitting on the chairs provided. You had to stand to see the river. The suites on the top floor had a glass wall for the balcony so you could see without standing...but the room had gables so the room looked smaller. I was very happy with our room on the second to highest floor."  DRMBCinDC, Washington DC
"I didn't expect to stay in a modern looking hotel in Phnom Penh, but was glad that I did. The decoration was minimalist and zen looking. From roof top, you can see the view of the river, while the restaurant on the ground floor is an excellent place to hang out. Room is clean and nicely decorated. Staff are friendly..."  Jenny K. U.S