“Nice Service & Nice Facilities”
Satisfaction not only on the hotel's facilities, the hotel staff also always be smiling and very polite, I'm also very surprise of the active service of the hotel staff named Chhoeum Savery, very friendly & what can say - she's a good image for the hotel.
“Large Rooms, Convenient Location, Great Service”
We stayed here Aug 2014. Stayed for 3 nights.
The hotel is very conveniently located just outside the bustling tourist and nightlife area but still within walking distance to the night markets, supermarket, restaurants, cafes, and clubs.
Spent a lot of time in the hotel utilizing services like the Spa, Gym, Steam room, Sauna, Swimming Pool, and Cambodian Dining @ Le Chanthou.
We stayed in a room on the ground floor facing the pool. We had a pleasant and memorable stay.
Room was large. A large bathroom with separate shower and bath.
We enjoyed the nightly turndown service, each evening with a different item of confectionery.
Dined at the Le Chanthou twice
I am a little late writing this as we visited here in April, I could not find a single fault with this hotel reception rooms dining and pool area all immaculate. We stayed here for 4 nights in April when visiting Cambodia and Vietnam. We were bed and breakfast, the breakfast again was lovely.
We also had a free massage included in the beautiful hotel spa. Sian Reap is a lovely vibrant place and the hotel is within walking distance of bars and restaurants. However if the walk is to much in the stifling heat it is very cheap to get a tuc tuc. All the Cambodian people we met were extremly friendly and welcoming, I thought the doormen in traditional dress was a lovely touch and they were such lovely people. Highly
“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