I have been regularly staying at the Your Eiffel for about 10 years and it hasn't changed in all that time. The staff are very charming and helpful with Mr Sna the day-shift manager who has lots of "get up and go" able to sort almost anything for you (at a price usually very reasonable). The upside is Tour Eiffel is well located with heaps of good eateries and bars around. Lucky supermarket is a 10min walk and there you can get all the supplies you need considerably cheaper that the mini mart across from the hotel. Now for the downside - Maintenance (always a problem in Cambodia) seems to be completely unheard off at Tour Eiffel. Gradually over the years the bathroom mirrors crack, shelves fall off the wall, toilet seats develop cracks designed to pinch your bum, cupboard doors will not close, cigs have burnt the desktops and the air cons leak leaving great swathes of damp on the walls rather Salvatore Dali like. The beds are as hard as rocks but thanks to the Goddess (and KFC) I don't have a problem with that. The pillows have petrified into something resembling a bag of pebbles and the sheets although cotton are of the floral 1950;s look so loved in the bordellos of Spain. The curtains of haphazard hues and sizes don't keep out much light but do give you privacy and anyone over 60 will get a buzz seeing what happened to his sisters wedding dress fabric after recycling. The furniture is an eclectic mix of locally made or knock down kit hardly stylish but functional. The kitchens have larger than usual fridges which is a boon if you are staying a week or so and want to cook however the odd array of crockery and cutlery may well see you drinking your morning coffee from a jam jar having heated the water in a frying pan (ever tried putting sugar in with chopsticks - such fun). The hot water in the bathroom works and the pressure is reasonable though the lack of an earth wire for the water heater gives rise to some trepidation.The free internet is of whimsical mode and may or may not connect you to your site depending on its mood of the hour. The air cons are marginal at best and I usually insist that the filters be cleaned immediately on arrival as doing so allows more than the waft of chilled air that usually puffs forth from the ancient machines.
Having said all this Tour Eiffel is still good value, well located and brings something of the wild west flavor I remember from my early years in Cambodia. Give it a go.