“Sokha Anchor thumbs up”
Sokha Angkor Resort Hotel is a Beautiful classic Hotel in Siem Reap . The rooms are big . Buffet Breakfast is international and very good . Swimming pool , Magnificent . Service superve . Everything is 5 star . Will definitely go back to the same Hotel .
“Great Base for exploring the temples”
We stayed at the Sokha Resort for 10 days, longer than the average vacation stop in Siem Reap but the perfect opportunity to enjoy trips to the temples at a leisurely pace. We ate breakfast in the hotel every day - it was excellent - a buffet catering for Asian and Western tastes - for other meals we either walked down the restaurants near pub street/night market 15 minutes walk or a 2$ tuk tuk ride away and found excellent quality and value there.
The hotel has its own Tuk Tuks, the guys have a hotel uniform and seem more reliable and safer drivers than some we picked up on the streets - the price seems about the same as elsewhere. We paired up with Mr Kosal, he ended up taking us to all the local temples and was
“Everything is so easy.”
You will not have anything to worry about when you stay at the Sokha Angkor Resort. Everyone is incredibly friendly and very helpful. The restaurants are wonderful, the location is fabulous, and the service is superb. Tuk tuks are readily available at the hotel to take you anywhere for a very inexpensive cost. The night market area is $2 via tuk tuk and 5 minutes away. There are bikes to rent for $5 per day if you choose. I did not use the pool, but it is gorgeous! The only complaint I have is it could be a bit noisy near the elevator with tour groups gathering. I stayed in 453 C/D elevator- avoid this room!! There was also some noise banging noises from someplace that was disturbing at times. I did manage to sleep well onceMore ⇓
"Very good location, nice rooms."
From the hotel there is a 10 minute walk in the Pub Street - a ride in a tuk tuk takes course even shorter. For $ 2 you are missing so the heat and the fully parked pavements. Do not be shy in front of the tuk tuks. The drivers are very nice, fix price in advance and there you go. The rooms at the hotel are spacious, come the means for a bit part in the year. Overall the hotel is quite noisy. The breakfast is very good, although with an emphasis on Asian and cooked offer. Beautiful pool area and good fitness facilities. Friendly, courteous staff.
The saltwater pool is the perfect temperature, set in lovely gardens, and there is even some shade in the late afternoon (perfect for the fair-skinned who have been out in the sun at the temples all morning). The hotel is worth staying at just for the pool and clean rooms!
The housekeeping staff deserve special mention, the rooms are serviced twice a day and are spotlessly clean. The drainage can sometimes smell a little, but minor.
The downside is that you can hear guests in other rooms scraping wooden chairs/tables/suitcases across the wooden floors at all hours of the day and night. There are late flights to Siam Reap so people were coming and going at 1am, plus people getting up at 4.30am to see sunrise at Angkor