I needed to take my family to Cambodia Immigration and wanted to stay near by. There are other hotels for less money closer to the immigration office but I have stayed in a few in the past and they are Cambodian owned , old, run down and not inviting. This is the most expensive place I have stayed at in the last 15 years in Cambodia and Thailand. It is a very nice condo development built by a Japanese company so very nice features in the room. My daughter really like the roof top swimming pool that each of the 3 buildings have and they also have a kids pool on the 1st floor of building B. The hidden jem is the little coffee shop that serves breakfast , lunch and dinner with all the breads ect. made fresh each day right there. We had dinner and it was great, even the salads had balsamic vinegar dressing. There is also a little store with a good selection of things. The only negative is lack of information in the room on how to use things. We never could get the TV/ Cable to work, and it took us a while to figure out how to turn on the hot water and I could not find a way to turn the exhaust fan in the kitchen off. They had a gas stove but I do not think it was hooked up as I could not find any gas bottle or gas supply so we did not use it. They did have a microwave and a washing machine so bring your dirty clothes to wash.