Hotels in Siem Reap Reviews

4.9/5Perfect83 Reviews
Siem Reap Wat Bo Area
Very small boutique hotel with a design style and excellent service. All the service staff are eager to help the guests. When they go out in the evening, they will spray us with anti-mosquito water. When they come back, they will wipe their faces with an ice towel. Every time I left the hotel, the room was sorted out and it was very comfortable. The hotel is ideally located, just a few minutes walk from the bar street, night market, and a regular supermarket nearby, very convenient. The hotel's luxurious classic car is very windy, let the son have a car addiction. The hotel can accommodate an extra bed, 30 dollars a day for breakfast, very cost-effective. In addition, the breakfast is exquisite, and the soup powder must be ordered every day.
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4.9/5Perfect92 Reviews
Siem Reap Sok San Road
The rooms are sleek and modern but certainly hold true to the flavor of Cambodian design. The rooms are amazing and it offers free pick up from the airport. What's not to love\"\" Needless to say, we would highly recommend this hotel to anyone considering going to Siem Reap.
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4.7/5Outstanding192 Reviews
Siem Reap National Road 6
Great value for money, hotel has excellent facilities and staff is very polite and helpful
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4.5/5Excellent113 Reviews
Siem Reap Downtown
Overall,the hotel services are very good.I recommend visitors to go to this hotel???
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4.5/5Excellent388 Reviews
Siem Reap Sok San Road
The location was very central to the markets and the centre of the town. It was an average room that is good to stay in for a night or 2, you get what you pay for! The bathroom needed updating as there was a big hole in the tub. The staff at the front desk were friendly but the food was aimed at a Chinese pallet and did not have appealing options but with many places to eat and drink within walking distance, we opted to eat out.
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4.6/5Outstanding269 Reviews
Siem Reap National Road 6
The hotel is between the airport and downtown, at the entrance is the 6th road. Cost-effective. Breakfast and lunch are good
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Frequently Asked Questions

Siem Reap Hotel Guide

Siem Reap is Cambodia’s most well-known travel destination and the best place to visit Angkor monuments from, as they are located in the northern part of the city. From the ninth to the fifteenth century, it was the capital of the ancient Khmer Kingdom. Siem Reap was full of temples from different periods, and the ancient ruins have now been integrated with the tropical rain forest.

Angkor Wat is also known as Little Angkor. It is the most important and most famous scenic spot in Angkor. Its iconic lotus pagoda is printed on the national flag of Cambodia. The grand interior of the building and the fine carvings are the best of the Angkor monuments. Watching the iconic Angkor Wat sunrise is an experience in Siem Reap that tourists simply can’t miss.

Angkor's small circle refers to the Angkor Thom and its nearby temples. Angkor Thom is the kingdom of the ancient Khmer Kingdom, with city walls and moats. There are several famous temples inside the small circle, including the Bayon Temple, Chau Say Thevoda, the Ta Prohm Temple, where the Tomb Raider was filmed; and the Mount Bakheng, which is the best place to watch the sunset. Angkor's big circle refers to the temples that are a little farther around King City, including the magnificent Preah Khan; the Pre Rup from where you can view faraway scenery; the ancient hospital site of Nirvana Palace; the exquisite Banteay Kdei and the former bathing place the Royal Bath and so on. Angkor's outer circle refers to the more distant areas beyond Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. It usually includes the Banteay Srei, famous for its ornate reliefs; the little hill Kbal Spean; Beng Mealea and the renowned Roluos Group, which is regarded as the pioneer of the Khmer architectural art.

Siem Reap is famous for its Angkor Wat. As a tourist city, it has a fairly complete accommodation resources in Cambodia. Here you can find small budget hotels suitable for backpackers and mid-range hotels for around USD 50-60 a night. Of course, if your budget allows, Siem Reap is home to many high-end resorts as well. Hotels in Siem Reap are generally concentrated in the center of the city and near the old market. You can stay in the city for 3-4 nights and then go to Angkor Wat, Tonlé Sap, and other suburban attractions. To get there, chartering or taking a rickshaw is a good choice.

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