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1. The hotel is located on a busy street and the rooms have no sound-proofing whatsoever. Any noise made in the adjacent rooms travels through walls. It was as if I was sleeping on the street.
2. The furniture is old and rusty.
This hotel has some charm, but not as much as we expected from the photos. Expect a big trek up stairs to get to your room and a shared balcony with neighbors. There’s an outdoor, but covered pool that we decided not to check out....More
Le Leela has all the potential to be an absolutely stunning colonial boutique hotel, but unfortunately doesn't quite make it. It feels like they ran out if money half way through doing it up.
We stayed in the queen balcony room which, again, could be...More
I chose this hotel for its description and images of old world colonial charm. And it does have bucketloads with its beautiful tiled floors and the 5 meter high ceilings featured on the website. However, it has not had the love and care such a...More
We have just come back Vietnam from Phnom Penh. We stay in Le Leela Hotel only in 1 day. Before leaving Siem Reap, we ask the reception of Angkor Pearl Hotel to make a phone call to Le Leela hotel. We want to inform our...More
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