OCIC’s new Ibis Budget Phnom Penh Riverside by Accor

PHNOM PENH: The first ibis budget Phnom Penh Riverside by Accor, gave a preview of what is to come when it turned on its lights early Sunday morning to welcome the new year.

The ibis budget Phnom Penh Riverside has officially entered the Cambodian market following the management agreement inked by OCIC’s Dara Hotels Group and Accor. With 305 keys, a grab-and-go breakfast, ibis budget  Phnom Penh Riverside offers an all-familiar experience for travelers who frequent this hotel brand as its design and management are executed according to Accor and its world-renowned standards in hospitality. The hotel is expected to fully launch in Q1 of 2023.

“We are excited to be putting extra effort into the soft opening in Q1 of this year, in time for Easter and then Summer Holidays. We are happy to be able to propose for business and leisure travelers the opportunity to avail a new affordable option right in the center of Phnom Penh.” shared Mr. Boun Kean Eap, a Veteran Manager in the Hospitality Industry in Cambodia and is currently OCIC Group’s Representative in charge of the partnership with Accor.
With its central location in Phnom Penh’s Chamkar Mon District, the hotel provides great accessibility to many of Phnom Penh’s key locations and attractions with places such as the Royal
Palace and Independence Monument, to commercial areas such as OCIC’s Diamond Island as well as Boeng Keng Kang 1 and Sothearos Boulevard.
ibis budget is one of the world’s largest brand of economy hotels under Accor one of the leading international operators in Cambodia with five hotels under the Sofitel, Raffles, Tribe and ibis Styles brands in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, and a pipeline of four committed projects across the country. ibis budget Phnom Penh Riverside will join a collection of over 635 ibis budget addresses globally across 20 countries.
OCIC is one of the leading diversified conglomerate in Cambodia. Its business portfolio span from real estate, hospitality, education, healthcare services to retail and distribution. OCIC’s current major developments include the Techo International Airport, Koh Pich Diamond Island, Norea Satellite City, Chroy Changvar Satellite City and Olympia City Complex.
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