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All reviewswater liliestv roomfour poster bedslily pondpub streettropical paradisetuk tuklobby barkhmer stylean oasisthe hotel staffacross the riverclose to townwithin easy walking distancerooms are spaciousold marketsitting area
I have now been to this hotel twice and am about to book for my son to go there. Fantastic calming atmosphere with very friendly and helpful staff. Close enough to town to wander to pub street for busy time but nice and relaxed at...More
Me And my sister was walked in to Check for the available room but the front desk didn’t even tell us the price instead they were said their Hotel is very pricey. We should check out a small boutique nearby their hotel and they also...More
So impressed with the service and beauty of resort. Front desk and all staff are friendly and helpful. Perfect location. Lobby and rooms smell great. Rooms are very clean with plenty of space. Only complaint is pool doesn’t have a lot of sun. Buffet breakfast...More
We stayed here for two nights in January whilst stopping off in Siem Reap to visit the temples in Angkor.
What a hotel, our room was absolutely amazing. Huge bed and lovely bathroom! Wish we had more time to spend in Siem Reap but we...More
In the middle of a fairly busy city, this hotel is a quiet little oasis. Our room was a small villa-type suite, beautifully appointed. It's a wonderful place to return to after the splendours of Angkor. Very well located, across the river form Pub Street,...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... 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.