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Lovely characterful hotel. Attractive lobby with bar with happy hour. Rooms large. Restaurant situated in centre of lake within the hotel. Beautiful planting throughout the complex. Swimming pool with bar, recliners and towels. Wifi available in lobby.
A step back into time. This is probably Angkor Wat's oldest luxury hotel, about fifteen minutes drive to Angkor Wat. The staff was attentive and caring during the five days we were there. The manager, Guillaume, went out of his way to help me with...More
This is a pleasant oasis-like destination within walking distance of the town centre. Perfect if you enjoy being close to the action but need the occasional bolt-hole to get away from it all.
The greenery is wonderful and the rooms here are like having your...More
Yes this hotel is almost perfect. All it needs is a free speedy internet in all rooms and common area. The internet is only available in the lobby and it is much too slow.
Other than that everything was perfect. Very well located. The rooms...More
The setting was lovely, the rooms had great cultural touches & the bathrooms felt like you were in a spa. We really enjoyed our meals in the restaurants and the cultural show was definitely the best we saw on our trip. The pool was fabulous...More
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US$86 - US$206 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 Romantic Hotel in Siem Reap
#51 Luxury Hotel in Siem Reap
#59 Family Hotel in Siem Reap
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No. 1 site are the temples at Angkor Eat. Pub Street also should'nt be missed. Skip the big aspara "smile" dance show for one of the smaller ones. They're just as impressive and cost about $20 U.S. compared to $45. Hire a... More
No. 1 site are the temples at Angkor Eat. Pub Street also should'nt be missed. Skip the big aspara "smile" dance show for one of the smaller ones. They're just as impressive and cost about $20 U.S. compared to $45. Hire a taxi driver at the airport to take you around. They do a terrific job as tour guides and charge about $35 for a whole day of touring in Siem Reap, $60 if you go to sites out of town.