Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville Opens

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Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has opened in the first hotel in Cambodia, on the southern coast of Sihanoukville. The Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville 36-storey upscale hotel comprising 322 contemporary rooms and suites with city and sea views.

Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville
Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville

Joon Aun Ooi, President, Asia Pacific, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts said “We are delighted to celebrate Wyndham Hotels & Resorts’ entry into Cambodia with the opening of Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville.

Across the Asia Pacific, we are committed to growing our portfolio in amazing destinations – such as Sihanoukville – and we are confident that the hotel’s prime location by the beach, along with its excellent amenities, will make it one of the most desirable places to stay in the city.”

The new Cambodian hotel is located at Independence Beach, which is close to the centre of Sihanoukville.

Hotel guestrooms feature marble bathrooms with rain showers and, and some rooms have sea-facing balconies with spa tubs.

The Presidential Suite offers 200 sqm of space with loft-like interiors and flexible open space, a private bathtub, spacious living and dining area.

Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville also has leisure and wellness facilities including an outdoor swimming pool with panoramic sea views, a well-equipped fitness centre, a spa, and a duty-free retail outlet.

The hotel has three dining outlets:

  • Andaman Sea: all-day dining restaurant serving international favourites alongside Sichuan, Cantonese and Hunan cuisine.
  • Private Dining Room: serving local, Chinese and Western specialities.
  • Infinity Lounge: serves a refreshing array of beverages and cocktails.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is the world’s largest hotel franchising company with over 8,900 hotels across nearly 95 countries on six continents. The global company has 1,500 hotels across the Asia Pacific region.

In February 2021, it was also announced that Surbana Jurong’s sustainable development masterplan to develop a US$16 billion “Ream City” in Sihanoukville, was approved by Canopy Sands Development.

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