Koh Rong offers simple bungalows and rooms, from which to appreciate the gorgeous white sand beaches and sparkling aquamarine waters.
Koh Toch Village
Koh Toch Village is known for its cheap backpacker-style digs, and more than one young traveler has come for a few days and ended up staying for months. If you’re looking for rest and relaxation, staying in the noisy village itself is not recommended, but it’s a great place to party and meet other travelers. Here are our favorite Koh Toch Village guesthouses:
Bong’s is a laid-back and inexpensive place to stay in Koh Toch, with lots of perks. The rooms are simple, the bar is friendly, and drinks are cheap. Rooms start at $12 and dorm beds start at $5.
Read our full review of Bong’s Guesthouse →
Dream Catch Inn
This a low-priced, colorful hangout in the heart of busy Koh Toch has simple rooms with personality. Downstairs is the popular Dream Catch Inn restaurant and bar with a chilled out vibe. Rooms start at $10.
Read our full review of Dream Catch Inn →
Offering the ideal place to hang out and chill, Sunflower Guesthouse is a friendly spot that has a hostel vibe (but private rooms) in Koh Toch Village. Rooms start at $8 in low season and $20 in high season.
Read our full review of Sunflower Guesthouse →
Happy Elephant Hotel and Bungalows
You’ll enjoy some of the best views on Koh Rong from Happy Elephant’s hillside bungalows, or head to their new hotel. Bungalows start at $20 (up to $70 in high season) and rooms in the hotel go for between $10 and $40.
Read our full review of Happy Elephant Hotel and Guesthouse →
Koh Rong Boutique Guesthouse
This new-build hotel with air-conditioning located in the heart of Koh Toch Village is excellent value and one of the nicer choices on Koh Rong. Rooms range between $30 and $50.
Read our full review of Koh Rong Boutique Guesthouse →
TyTy Family Guesthouse
If you’re looking for a cheap and local guesthouse, TyTy Family Guesthouse is a no-frills place to stay and get a Koh Rong village experience. Dorm beds go for $4, and rooms start at $8.
Read our full review of Ty Ty Family Guesthouse →
Para is super-cheap locally owned guesthouse that offers an authentic, if bare-bones, village experience. Private rooms with shared bathrooms start at $8.
Read our full review of Para Guesthouse →
Koh Toch Beach
North of the village is a gorgeous stretch of white sand where you’ll find quieter bungalow-style accommodation, although most of it is still pretty basic. If you’re looking for beach time but still want to have access to the bars and restaurants of Koh Toch, this is the place to stay. Here are our favorite Koh Toch Beach bungalows:
With bungalows directly on a beautiful beach, an excellent restaurant and bar that’s perfect for meeting other travelers, Monkey Island is a great choice. Prices start at $25 for bungalows and $4 for dorm bed.
Read our full review of Monkey Island →
With unparalleled sea views and attention to detail, Paradise Bungalows is one of the nicest places to stay in Koh Toch. Bungalows start at $35 up to $100 (for air-conditioning).
Read our full review of Paradise Bungalows →
Smile Bungalows and Resort
Smile Bungalow and Resort’s classic bungalows on Koh Rong’s white sand beach are simple but ideally located, each with private bathroom and balcony. Bungalows start at $20 to $30.
Read our full review of Smile Bungalows and Resort →
Starfish is a new business with pleasant wooden bungalows that offer peace and quiet on the southeastern side of Koh Rong, at the far end of Koh Toch Beach. Bungalows start at $35 to $55.
Read our full review of Starfish Bungalows →
White Beach Bungalows
One of the nicer places to stay in the Koh Toch area, White Beach Bungalows are a cut above the rest on the white sands of Koh Toch Beach. Bungalows start at $20 to $30.
Read our full review of White Beach Bungalows →
Happy Bungalows offer average Koh Rong bungalows in a beautiful location, on Koh Toch’s white sand beach. Bungalows start at $30 up to $60.
Read our full review of Happpy Bungalows →
Long Set beach
Located a 30 to 40 minute walk from Koh Toch Village, Long Set beach still offers a taste of the old Koh Rong. The white sand beaches are still pristine, and the beach is still relatively undeveloped. This is almost sure to change, though, so visit while it’s still quiet. Here are our favorite Long Set Beach bungalows and resort:
Reef on the Beach
Reef on the Beach offers spacious, good-value bungalows where you can enjoy a quiet version of tropical paradise. Bungalows priced between $20 and $30.
Read our full review of Reef on the Beach →
Long Set Resort
With the poshest amenities on this side of Koh Rong, Long Set Resort offers unparalleled comfort on the white sands of Long Set Beach. Prices between $48 and $100.
Read our full review of Long Set Resort →
Pura Vita Resort
Pura Vita’s simple wooden bungalows on stunning Long Set Beach offer unimpeded sea views and a place to take it easy. Bungalows prices between $35 and $75 per night.
Read our full review of Pura Vita Resort →
Nature Beach, Coconut Beach, Daem Thkov Village
To the north of the popular Koh Toch area, these beaches and village offer a more chilled-out experience on Koh Rong.
Nature Beach, Romdoul Resort
Beautifully situated, Romdoul Resort, also known as Nature Beach, has a lovely beach with bungalows and inexpensive tents, but disappointing service. Tents start at $10, bungalows at $30.
Read our full review of Nature Beach aka Romdoul Resort →
Located on a beautiful stretch of beach, popular Coconutbeach Bungalows offers a wonderful Koh Rong experience. Tents start at $15 per night, bungalows start at $40.
Read our full review of Coconutbeach Bungalows →
Koh Rong Resort
Located on beautiful Coconut Beach, Koh Rong Resort is one of the most upscale options on the island, with air-conditioning and a crystal blue pool. Villas priced between $100 and $300 per night.
Read our full review of Koh Rong Resort →
Nice Beach Bungalows
On the far end of beautiful Coconut Beach, family-friendly Nice Beach Bungalows have just four tents and four bungalows. Tents start at $10 per night and bungalows at $35.
Read our full review of Nice Beach Bungalows →
Inn the Village
Inn the Village offers the opportunity to find out what traditional life is like in a Cambodian fishing hamlet, with rustic bungalows and dorm beds. Prices between $6.50 and $30 per night.
Read our full review of Inn the Village →
Palm Beach, Lonely Beach, Song Saa
If you’re looking to get away from it all, these beaches, and the nearby tiny island Koh Bong P’oun, offer lovely options at various price points.
Palm Beach Resort
This secluded resort on a small, beautiful beach offers a truly tropical Koh Rong experience with a friendly meet-other-travelers vibe. Bungalows start between $25 and $45 per night.
Read our full review of Palm Beach Resort →
If you’re looking to avoid the backpacker bar scene and enjoy some tropical tranquility, Lonely Beach is a great option on the northernmost tip of the island. Bungalows start around $25 per night, and dorms at $8 to $10.
Read our full review of Lonely Beach →
Song Saa Resort
Set on a gorgeous private island, Song Saa Resort is a favorite of celebrities and the ultra-wealthy. Only the very finest, but be prepared to pay $1000-and-up per night.
Read our full review of Song Saa Resort →
Sok San Beach
With its perfect white sand beaches, swaying palm trees, and clear blue-green waters, Koh Rong’s western side is a tropical paradise, albeit one with biting sandflies.
Sok San Beach Bungalows
Sok San Beach Bungalows offer budget, rustic accommodation smack dab on one of Koh Rong’s most beautiful beaches. Prices starting between $15 and $35 per night.
Read our full review of Sok San Beach Bungalows →
Angkor Chom Bungalows
Angkor Chom offers simple but clean bungalows with local, rustic in Sok San Village, at the top of a beautiful beach. Rooms starting at $10 and bungalows at $20.
Read our full review of Angkor Chom Bungalows →
Sok San Beach Resort
This upscale resort offers some of the most luxurious Koh Rong accommodation on the white sands of Sok San Beach. Prices start at $95 per night all the way up to $600+.
Read our full review of Sok San Beach Resort →
Looking for more? View the full Koh Rong island guide for tips on things to do and see, what to eat, and where to party.