Attraction National Road 33A, Krong Kaeb, Kep, Cambodia Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Art Guest House & Massage is special ?
The Art Guesthouse and Massage offers peaceful and comfortable accommodation with daily housekeeping service. It is within 500 metres from the famous Crab Market and Kep Beach. Offering views of the mountain or lush greenery, air-conditioned rooms come with tiled flooring, a wardrobe, clothes rack, a TV and seating area. Rooms also have a balcony and a private bathroom with shower facility.
There is also free WiFi. Since it is so close to Crab Market, you won't get hungry. A nice place for a couple of days in Kep.
What to explore at Art Guest House & Massage?
Each room here will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and a balcony. You can enjoy mountain view from the room.
They offer nicely decorated rooms, with A/C and hot water. They are also offering nice inhous oil and khmer massages. In addition, you can go along the Kep Beach nearby at dusk to see the sunset or explore the Crab Market.
How to get to Art Guest House & Massage?
The Art Guesthouse and Massage is approximately 73 km from Sihanoukville International Airport.
- Cheerful, comfortable and good location
- Good service with friendly staffs
- Good food and good spa
- Great place to relax
- Good place for family days out
National Road 33A, Krong Kaeb, Kep, Cambodia
Tips for you
Popped in for a $6 Khmer massage, which is the cheapest I've paid. Good massage, by a masseause who was obviously trained and experienced. Khmer massages are really different to traditional oil massages- they are not relaxing, but do feel like they're really good for your body/muscles. (Oil massages also offered). I might have thought it was a little weird if I hadn't had one elsewhere, but the standard of the massage was pretty good, and followed exactly the same method of others I've had. This one was particularly good for my super-tight calf muscles, which I suspect she identified and worked on further. For $6, it's a no-frills Cambodian experience. A mattress on the floor, with a slightly stale smelling pillow, and the masseuse didn't speak any English at all (her helpful son does, to get things started). But, for $6, I'm happy with that. Veranda Resort further up the road probably have a great proper spa, but you'll pay through the nose for it. Anything more complicated than lighter/stronger might be worth communicating beforehand with her son. There's none of that laborious 'washing feet in a tub of water' beforehand, so either go in with fairly clean feet, or use the shower in the adjoining room before things start.