The hotel is on the higher end price wise for the location and amenties offered but is a respite from the large building block hotels on the main road. I enjoyed the 'tropical' feel with the trees and the not-so-large pool which did have a swim-up bar. Tuktuks to town are $2, negotiate hard on both trips, most drivers are aware of the location, just screenshot the address for them. It's a bit out of town, about 10 minutes away, but not the end of the world and way better than some of the hostels in town. One way from the airport cost us $3, but was also negotiated hard since they wanted like $10 or something initially. Please note the hotel does offer airport transfers but we did a day trip to Phnom Penh.
The rooms itself were decent, clean, and a heads up that the toilet and showers are only separated by a curtain for those queasy about privacy. You can hear EVERYTHING :) The breakfast is decent, an a la carte menu consisting of Western and Asian options (eggs/noodles etc.) along with some Lipton tea :( and ok coffee.
If you can get a deal with the hotel, book them directly as they told us as they offer you more incentives, I would stay here again all things considered if the price is right.More