One-Week Holiday for 2 at the 5* Bale in Cambodia
This is your chance to enjoy celebrity treatment with world-class service at the 5* Bale Phnom Penh Resort in Cambodia!
Located in Phnom Penh, less than 10 miles from Vattanac Capital, The Bale Phnom Penh Resort features a spa and wellness centre, outdoor swimming pool, restaurant and bar.
Your accommodation is in one of four stunning 1-bedroom Riverfront Suites overlooking the blue-tiled swimming pool and the glistening waters of the Mekong. Each room offers a living area with sofa and elongated daybed, a separate bedroom with a kingsize bed ‘floating’ on a wooden plinth, and a bathroom with dual sinks, walk-in rainforest shower and bathtub. Minimalist dark-wood furnishings merge with local Cambodian artefacts and fabrics to give a sense of elegance and place, while poetic photographs by renowned photographer Minoru Masuyima show eloquent Cambodian scenes. The 110sqm area includes a wooden-decked balcony with a welcoming refreshment pool. The nearest airport is Phnom Penh International Airport, 14.9 miles from the property and takes less than 30 minutes to arrange transfers.
Terms & Conditions:
- Stay is for seven nights for two people in a riverfront suite and includes daily breakfast.
- Voucher is valid for travel before the end of 2021, subject to availability.
- Flights and transfers are not included.
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