FHAMS designs a hotel and restaurant for the business traveller to Cambodia.
October 24th, 2014
With more and more foreign companies making their way to Cambodia and its capital, Phnom Penh, modern developments are steadily emerging to meet their needs.
Located on the 22nd floor in Phnom Penh tower – one of only a handful of multi-storey tower buildings in the centre of the city – Tama Hotel is designed with the business traveller in mind, down to the last detail.
Guest rooms are modern, comfortable and designed for prolonged stays, while the restaurant is built to accommodate lunch meetings, and even a place to do some work. Dining rooms can be used for client entertainment and a variety of stylish and cosy spaces throughout the hotel are specially tailored to meet different needs.
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