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All reviews dark wood tuk tuk angkor wat small pool beautiful small hotel oasis of calm fish amok away from the hustle and bustle visiting temples centre of siem reap beautiful room traditional cambodian thoroughly enjoyed our stay rooms are spacious home away from home lovely pool pool area is
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Reviewed December 14, 2012

We stayed for several nights and purposely stayed outside the core of Siem Reap so we could feel relaxed. This hotel was perfect for that type of stay.

Pros: It is immaculately clean and incredibly attentive service. The bottled water is always replaced in your room whenever you go out which is very helpful in the heat. There is a refreshing pool with purposed towels, and probably the best breakfast we've had in South East Asia. Highly suggest the bread bowl as it comes with excellent pain chocolate and croissants.

Cons: The room is incredibly dark at any time of day. It's not like you're going to be in your room during the day but it is hard to wake up because there is no natural light. The decor is a bit much but that's personal taste.

Again, don't expect to be close to Siem Reap at night. A tuk tuk should cost you $3 if ordered from the hotel. However, it means a quiet sleep and shorter ride to the Ankor archaeological grounds. The spa was decent and took away the aches and pains.

We didn't use their services to visit Ankor Wat and instead used our bicycle. It seems there prices were a bit higher than norm and advise getting a bike instead.

Room Tip: The rooms on the bottom floor are very dark and suggest going to the upper floor instead.
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Cdn_nomad83
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Reviewed November 30, 2012

Delightful place to stay away from the noise and bustle of the town and the many large boring hotels that frequent this place. Yet it is close to major attractions.
It is immaculately clean, has wonderful staff who clearly rate service very high. The accommodation is excellent well appointed rooms with all you need. Wi Fi is a problem at night and in the morning which can be a real nuisance. The staff do everything to ensure your stay is a good one and will be remembered,
The food is excellent though they seem to have a problem maintaining basic items which go in and out of stock. e.g. large beer bottles, muesli, yoghurt, coconut juice etc
It has an excellent spa with a good choice of treatments and flexibility. The quality of the therapists is high and professional.

Room Tip: Go for non ground floor if you can but all rooms are good as it is a quiet place to stay.
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank PhillipN741
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Reviewed November 30, 2012

Can not fault this on the quality of food, cleanliness, service with a smile and accommodation but it was let down by a few minor points: certain items were not on the food menu, the bedroom walls were thin, either that or we were lumbered with on two of our three nights, loud talkers, one couple clearly having an argument and talking business late into the night. (I didn't want to know about shareholder's loans whilst on holiday)

The pool floor is slippery, so beware and there are only 6 loungers available which was frustrating at times.

The above said, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would visit again.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Richard R
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Reviewed November 6, 2012

The owner is passionate about antiques, and it shows -- rooms, lobby, and especially the enoromous upstairs veranda/corridor outside the rooms are all crammed with beautiful Khmer artefacts. The hotel is in a traditional house, down a dusty side street, built around a garden/pool courtyard. Rooms are well-decorated, though a little dark, and bathrooms a tad basic/old-fashioned, but hey...for that price in Siem Riep.... Food in the restaurant is good, and authentic Khmer. Staff are very friendly and anxious to please...though at times a little nonplussed by English and Western visitors' odd requests (such as for a toothbrush, or for restaurant recommendations).

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled solo
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Reviewed October 16, 2012

We were delighted with the HanumanAlaya. Touring temples in Cambodia is hot & tiring and this was the perfect spot to rest and recharge. The staff were very impressive, always helpful but quiet and calm and unobtrusive. It's immaculate. Lots of dark polished wood & silk cushions & plants & water features. It's on the side of town close to the temples & just a shortish tuk tuk ride into the city center. Although it's a fairly small hotel, reception is manned 24 hours a day. If you stay here, you'll really feel that you're in Cambodia!

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank J0FW
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