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Great place to relax in Siem Reap! Very reasonably priced, especially since the location is great. Note: hotel is not new and the room and bathroom have some small signs of mold...also the wifi was pretty spotty....if that's a big issue for you I wouldn't...More
Stayed here for 6 days what a great friendly place room was great breakfast good staff helpful and friendly nice little thoughts cold tea on arrival plus ice cold hand towel pool lovely only good things to say about this place near pub street and...More
The staff members speak English so it is easy to communicate with them. They were very helpful in providing details for possible tour packages, usual costs for Tuktuk, among others. However, they were strict about money. They don't accept older dollars or those with minor...More
If you are looking for a laid back travel with leisure and relaxation on your mind, this hotel is a nice choice.
To sum up some negative points where improvements are needed probably are:
1. The pool table is old and the swimming pool is...More
Immediately upon arrival you are greeted by amazing staff that will provide you with top notch customer service. The rooms are clean and the beds are quite comfortable. Greatly enjoyed the pool and the service provided by the pool side staff. There is a nice...More
Response from LeahBliblip | Reviewed this property |
Blossoming Romduol Lodge is really worth the price in my opinion. It is only a five minute walk from the Siem Reap Art Market, which is actually just the same as the Night Market but a bit smaller (not that much art... More
Blossoming Romduol Lodge is really worth the price in my opinion. It is only a five minute walk from the Siem Reap Art Market, which is actually just the same as the Night Market but a bit smaller (not that much art going on). I do recommend it though - they have two restaurants at the back (one of which served AMAZING frog and eggplant fried rice - might sound gross but it wasn't! I wish I could remember the name... the massage place next door fixed up my sore back too!)
Ramduol is about ten minutes (give or take depending on how fast you walk) from pub street, and another few minutes to the bigger Night Market. I lazily took a tuktuk from pub street back Ramduol on one or two occasions. This should cost no more than one dollar.
It is cheap and no place at this price offers amazing decor, but the rooms are clean, medium-sized, with a wardrobe, fridge, air conditioning, a fan on the roof, and hot water. Our room had a balcony, so ask for one of those - although they may all have balconies. They happily clean your room every day if you put the 'clean my room' tag on your door.
For all this, I think this place is a bargain. The staff are also SO lovely, and trustworthy when it comes to queries about prices (although ask the actual staff - not the owner - I think he has a few side businesses he tries to push). For longer trips, using the in-house tuktuk driver tends to be a good idea to avoid outrageous prices or tiresome bargaining.
I never got up early enough to try to try the free breakfast! But when breakfast costs $3 anyway, who cares? At least, that is how I see it. The food I did eat there was good to average. I'd suggest any of the many, many other restaurants around the area. Try the King's Cuisine Restaurant directly across the road. It is all Cambodian-run (which getting rarer due to nasty politics). We taught them to make awesome dry martinis and a good bloody mary, so I'd be curious to hear feedback on that!
There are plenty of other nice small restaurants on the road itself too. Food outside of pub street is usually cheaper and as good or better. Pub street is great for cheaper booze, though. I'd also suggest the Angkor Famous Bar, parallel to pub street. Their food is yummy and the booze prices cannot be matched.
Let me know if you have any more questions! Good to share we fellow travellers. :) :)