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Bou Savy Guest House
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

When you want value (plus more) for your money in terms of accommodation, Bou Savy is the best place for you. We stayed in Bou Savy from May 6 to May 10 and they provided awesome service to us. We also were provided 10% discount and one free dinner. There was free pick up and the send off only cost us USD3 for the tuktuk ride. The food is awesome. There is free breakfast (we always got the scrambled egg and bread as well as the fried egg and bread. It comes with butter, strawberry marmalade, banana and pineapple. Coffee and iced lemon tea can be selected for beverage). For dinner, we always get the delectable fried rice with mushroom and beef as well as the fried chicken with rice. What's also great about Bou Savy is its proximity to the Angkor National Museam, Lucky Market Shopping Center and Old Market. My partner and I just walk to these places. Angkor Wat is also very near and only 8 kilometers away from the guesthouse. I won't look for another guesthouse when I'm in Siem Reap, only Bou Savy will do for me.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Pablo Renato Jr L
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Reviewed May 11, 2012

We stayed in Bou Savy for 4 nights and it is hands down the best place we stayed in the whole of Cambodia (and we were there for 4 weeks). The rooms are a really good standard and very comfortable, and the food was excellent and good value for money. What particularly stood out was the professional service - guests are greeted on arrival with a welcome drink and throughout our stay all staff were very helpful in arranging tours/ transport/ food and drink and answering any of our questions. Bou Savy is also great value for money, with decent accommodation and breakfast included in the nightly rate, which is very reasonable. If you are looking for comfort and something which isn't too basic, but which is equally affordable on a budget, Bou Savy is the place to go - If I went back to Siem Reap I would stay there again.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Jane R
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Reviewed May 3, 2012

Although located about 1km from the loud city center,bou savy is perfect hotel after the day of intensive angkor wat visit.very nice rooms (some of them have window,so you have to mention that)and bathroom.rooms with air con are a little bit more expensive but in april it's really worth.fantastic garden for eating and drinking.

  • Stayed: April 2012
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Thank koreanka
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Reviewed May 1, 2012

Good welcome with a clean cool towel and fruit shake. Staff were friendly.
Rooms were relatively clean. Toilet was very small and the shower head was broken. The room was west facing so it got very hot in the afternoon. Nice atmosphere outside the room. The guesthouse is next to a primary school so you hear the kids during school hours, which was kind of nice. You could hear the chatter of little voices. Also beside it is a temple which you can visit.
I also stayed at Ta Som 5 min walk from Bo Savy. Both are nice

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled solo
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Thank Ed H
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Reviewed April 30, 2012

I loved it here. They really understand travelers needs. The welcome smoothie and cold wash cloth was nice. Everyone was so friendly.
The only thing is there's no reception area, so you just have to go up through the restaurant to that front desk and someone will be with you right away.
We did our laundry, they booked our ticket out to Phnom Penh, we used their tuk tuk driver for our 2 days at the temple (Wivol, he was super friendly and nice. He always waited for us with a big smile). He even packed a cooler with unlimited cold water bottles; kept cold from a huge ice block. That melted water in there felt so refreshing while riding from temple to temple!
A little holdup though-when we booked our bus tix to Phnom Penh, they did everything for us, called, arraigned hotel picked and we were even allowed to add that to our final bill (able to use credit card too. 3% surcharge though). When dropped off at main bus depot, we needed an actual tix to board. Hostel forgot (we didn't think about asking for actual tix, mistake on our part) to give us one. So the bus co. had to call Bou Savy and figure it out, turned out to be no problem, was just a hold up. So don't forget to ask for actual ticket for at least confirmation number.
Breakfast was great, big portions and nice iced-coffee. For dinner, I recommend the beef lok lak or mushroom/chicken fried rice. Amok was just ok and curry was tasteless.
Wi-fi did not work in the rooms, but outside of that area, it seemed to be ok. There are nice balcony seating on every level and an outside computer lobby with 4 computers. Just wear your mosquito repellent!
The water pressure in our bathroom was great. The free bottled water was also a plus.
We stayed a few days longer than intended so we can recover, those temples sure take a lot out of you!
A side note on the temples- 2 days is plenty. Go one day, rest the following day, then go again. The sunset at Bakheng Hill is not worth it.

Room Tip: You might want to stay away from the side closest to the street, those school kids can get real noisy.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank TeresasTravels
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