The Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh has started accepting
reservations for stays starting on 15 January 2021.
The hotel, which is located in the heart of Phnom Penh’s Doun
Penh district, has 247 guestrooms including 43 suites.
“Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh offers much in
terms of modern comfort and convenience that travelers would look
for in a five-star city hotel,” said
of Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh. “Not to mention an unbeatable
location that’s within easy walking distance to the Royal Palace,
National Museum and riverside.”
Conceived by Singapore-based SCDA Architects and Thailand-based
PIA Interior, the hotel’s centerpiece is a beautifully restored
French heritage building known as the Colonial House. Rumored to
have been built as a royal residence for a princess in the early
1900s, the architects have gone to great lengths to restore the
villa, which now serves as the property’s main entrance and lobby.
The interiors of the hotel will reflect
Cambodia’s diverse heritage, seamlessly blending Khmer
architectural accents, French colonial influences, and
specially-commissioned artworks by contemporary Cambodian artist, FONKi.
Guests will have a choice of five dining
venues including The Attic, an old world speakeasy-style bar that
sits tucked away in the eaves of the Colonial House, as well as an indoor/outdoor open-plan dining concept called FiveFive
Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, where diners can enjoy
views of the Phnom Penh skyline alongside refreshing cocktails and
lively DJ performances.
Facilities at Hyatt
Regency Phnom Penh will include an outdoor tropical infinity pool, a
24-hour fitness centre, a spa, and 1,400 square meters of meeting
and event space.
Moreover, guests staying on
the hotel’s Club floors will have access to the Regency Club
Lounge, which includes daily breakfast, evening canapés and
drinks, as well as a private terrace.
The property will operate
in accordance with Hyatt’s Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment. Examples include mandatory face coverings for
staff and guests in all indoor public areas, daily temperature
checks for all staff upon arrival, socially-distanced seating
arrangements in meeting rooms, F&B outlets and recreational
facilities, contactless check-in and check-out service, as well as
regularly updated health and safety training protocols for staff.
Guests will also be given complimentary personal protective
equipment kits containing premium masks, alcohol wipes and other
comfort supplies upon arrival.
“We delayed our opening in 2020
due to COVID19 and the impact the pandemic has had on Cambodia,
affecting international travel and severely limiting the number of
business and leisure travelers to Phnom Penh,” said Mr Kemp. “This
delay has allowed ample time for enhanced hygiene and guest safety
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