Terres Rouge Banlung, Cambodia

The Terres Rouge offers a high level of comfort in a remote rural location in north-eastern Cambodia. This inviting boutique hotel on the banks of the Banlung lake comprises the beautifully restored Governor’s Lodge and several bungalow-style villas set in well-tended exotic gardens; an oasis of relaxation with a hint of French-colonial glamour.


From the opulent Governor’s Suite, to the secluded bungalows facing the lake, to the cosy Deluxe Rooms, the accommodation offers comfort and character with traditional Khmer touches. Each of the exceptionally presented rooms and suites has an individual design, blending modern layouts with striking dark-wood fixtures and exquisite antiques which gives the hotel a grand yet homely feel. The en-suite bathrooms are tranquil spaces: airy and minimalist with dove-grey and white décor.

The complex boasts a good-sized open-air swimming pool set within the gardens, with an extensive poolside bar area ideal for a laid-back cocktail. The main restaurant and bar, located on the first floor of the lodge, serves an eclectic selection of appetizing French, Chinese and Khmer dishes and is the perfect spot to watch the sun set over the lake.

There is an onsite spa for a bit of pampering, and the option of tailor-made activity packages to take you out exploring the local area, as well as a boules arena for enjoying a game of ‘petanque’ with your fellow guests. It is this skillful combination of excellent service with a friendly, personal touch which makes Terres Rouge such a charming choice.


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