Located in the prestigious heart of Phnom Penh, the intimate and fashionable ‘Manhattan’ style TEAV hotel provides independent travellers, couples and families with a relaxing and highly personalised stay in Cambodia’s capital. All rooms are spacious, intuitive and feature large bathrooms, with signature TEAV suites complemented by gourmet kitchens and inclusions for a longer-term stay.
Endorsed by New York Times in its December 7, 2014 issue, TEAV Boutique Hotel is centrally located in the BKK area where most expats are. Purpose-built with only 12 rooms and suites creating an atmosphere of relaxed privacy, the post-modern boutique TEAV hotel offers affordable luxury and maximum comfort in an open tropical garden setting with a swimming pool and personal loggias. A unique hotel where you can relax in comfort…hosted by caring, friendly staff…and be close to markets, museums, restaurants, NGIO offices, the riverfront and major tourist attractions.
The TEAV hospitality concept was created by young Cambodian architects, Mr Sok Sambath and Mr Truong Khinnin. They shared a vision for a unique hotel design that melded traditional Khmer aesthetics with contemporary post-industrial style, materials, and balance. Their passion, spectacularly achieved in the TEAV Boutique Hotel, captures the colour and presence of Angkor yet is presented in a totally modern form…and embodied in furniture and fixtures hand-made by local craftsmen from recycled steel and selected woods. Complementing this unique approach are well-trained and quietly efficient staff who work hard to ensure your stay in Phnom Penh is peaceful, relaxed and comfortable.
Featured throughout the hotel is wall art drawn from traditional Khmer Apsara and Monorea dance scenes fused with imagery of the daily lifestyles of traditional Cambodians, particularly women. The displays are created by hand-sketches in shades of white, grey, black and red highlights.
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