Michelle spares no expense, spends quarter million dollars on swank Cambodian hotel rooms
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, takes a tour of Cambodia’s famed Angkor Wat temple complex Saturday, March 21, 2015, in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Mrs. Obama on Saturday urged Cambodian students to stay in school and take advantage of their education
Hotel accommodations for First Lady Michelle Obama’s two-day trip to Cambodia required 85 rooms and cost taxpayers $242,500, according to a government contract.
Mrs. Obama traveled to Siem Reap, Cambodia on March 21 to promote a girls education initiative. A contract was awarded on March 3, citing the “unusual and compelling urgency” of the First Lady’s trip. Mrs. Obama and a delegation of senior high-level U.S. government officials stayed at the Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf and Spa Resort, according to a justification and approval document for the visit.
The trip required 85 single rooms, five office suites, five sleeping suites, and one conference room for 14 nights. Mrs. Obama herself only stayed in Cambodia for two days, leaving on March 22. The Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra is listed as a luxury five-star hotel, and comes with personal butler services for guests.
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