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Reservation Office in Phnom Penh
Okay Boutique Hotel
Address: House # 174, street 19Z, Sangkat Chey Chumnas, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Phone: +855 78 910 333
Email: info@okayboutiquehotel.com
Website: www.okayboutiquehotel.com
Sales and Marketing department
Tel: +855 23 979 666

Okay Guesthouse
Address: #3BEo R#258, Sangkat Chaktomuk, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Phone: +855 12 300 804; +855 77 519 967; +855 23 986 534
Email: booking@okay-guesthouse.com
Website: www.okay-guesthouse.com
Sales and Marketing department
Reservation: booking@okay-guesthouse.com

Reservation Office in Siem Reap
Okay1 Villa
Address: #0325, Tapul Village,Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Phone: +855 77 519 967; +855 96 9888 988
Fax: +855 63 969 138
Email: booking@okay1villa.com
Website: www.okay1villa.com
Sales and Marketing department
Reservation: booking@okay1villa.com
Tel: +855 63 966 444; +855 77 519 967
Fax: +855 63 969 138


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Okay Boutique Hotel


The 60-rooms with 13 floors, 4-Stars Boutique Hotel presents accommodation of international standard for leisure and travelers alike. Spacious guestrooms with rich colors and textures that reflect traditional Cambodian architecture are categorized into Superior, Deluxe, Premier Deluxe, Executive Suite, Okay Suite, and Family Suite. All guestrooms are fully air-conditioned, come complete with their own balcony affording spectacular view of the city and boast separate bathtub and shower facilities.

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Okay Boutique Hotel


The 60-rooms with 13 floors, 4-Stars Boutique Hotel presents accommodation of international standard for leisure and travelers alike. Spacious guestrooms with rich colors and textures that reflect traditional Cambodian architecture are categorized into Superior, Deluxe, Premier Deluxe, Executive Suite, Okay Suite, and Family Suite. All guestrooms are fully air-conditioned, come complete with their own balcony affording spectacular view of the city and boast separate bathtub and shower facilities.

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  Food & Beverage          


The cuisine of Southeast Asia has enjoyed a boom in popularity over the past few years, and the sheer diversity of the cooking styles from this enormous geographical area has meant that it is now common to find books on Thai and Indonesian cooking on the shelves in every bookshop along with titles on regional Chinese food as well as books on Korean and Vietnamese cooking. Japanese cooking has, perhaps, been less well served, and apart from the famous dishes.
  


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