Boosting a strategic location in the heart of the city, surrounded by multiple 5-star hotels and located only 10 minutes from the one and only world UNESCO heritage site, the Angkor Wat temple, Angkor Grace Residence and Wellness Resort is an upscale contemporary family-friendly haven in the vibrant city center. Essentially, Angkor Grace Resort is a place to reconnect to the pace of nature while at the same time providing all the modern comfort and luxuries that make living a pleasure.
With the upcoming completion of the project, trust and comfort for investors and future tenants are fully guaranteed and secure. This is mostly attributed to the fact that the brainchild behind this eco-friendly project is none other than the same developers behind past successful and award-winning projects such as the 240 Phnom Penh and The Peninsula Private Residences.
Since its grand opening in 2016, the 240 Phnom Penh has been widely recognised for having an active secondary market and for constantly providing its tenants high resale value, high occupancy rate, and high rental yield. On the other hand, The Peninsula has notably won 2 major awards at the 2019 PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards, namely, Best Interior Design and Best Architectural Design. With over 80 percent of the units sold to an array of multinational clientele, the Peninsula boosts a unique blend of private residence, varied facilities, and hospitality-inspired services.
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