Indochine room

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Indochine is based on the French word for its Southeast Asian colonial empire. The room’s painted finish walls reflect the ageing exterior of coloinal buildings facing the street, juxtaposed with a very contemporary pink grass cloth wallpaper. We’ve preserved the bathroom’ original wall coating under layers of glaze, and added a Khmer graffitti motif. Rooms styled with antiques and distressed period pieces. The cooling floor tiles are original.

Featuring an ultra-comfortable queen-size mattress made of all-natural fibres, pure linen sheets, down pillows. The en-suite bathroom has a spacious shower with instant-hot water, and walls decorated with a Khmer graffitti motif. Plus semi-private balcony to gaze on Battambang’s leisurely street life. Free Wi-Fi, air con and ceiling fan.

Our queen-size Battambang Indochine room has lodgings for one or two, with a complimentary classic continental breakfast/petit déjeuner tray delivered daily to your room.
Free happy hour drink 5-6 pm

  • queen size bed, w/ 7-zone air pocket mattress
  • private ensuite toilet and shower
  • balcony
  • air con and ceiling fan
  • 20 sq m – 218 sq ft


  • Continental Breakfast tray
  • potable water
  • free wifi
  • extensive movie library & games to lend
  • electric kettle
  • hair dryer
  • happy hour 5-6 pm

Textile authority and designer Morrison Polkinghorne, and cookbook author and stylist Robert Carmack welcome you to colonial Battambang and its charming architectural time-warp.  Plus nearby ancient Khmer temples and local sites. Long-time Sydney residents,  Robert and Morrison host bespoke and group tours across Southeast Asia through their company Globetrotting Gourmet.  Morrison is director of Passementeries, specialising in the hand-crafted manufacture of 18th century French classical trimmings.  The duo’s latest book is The Burma Cookbook (River Books, London & Bangkok).

We practice responsible and sustainable tourism

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