“Great hotel and location”
Family of 4: 2 adults/2 late teenagers stayed over Chinese New Year. All aspects of hotel were great: rooms (although beds a bit hard), free Wifi, staff, food (huge buffet breakfast & dinner), swimming pool (salt-water and a bit cold on your first dip!), location, local information, friendly Tuk-Tuk drivers outside and a wonderful SPA! We enjoyed the free 15-minute foot massage each - while we waited for adjoining rooms to be made-up, so much so that we also booked a 1-hour Khmer body massage (US$23). Tough on the legs, but lovely - especially after a whole day walking around temples! The Irish Bar was closed for refurbishment, but we went out to Pub Street every night anyway. Really: a great hotelMore ⇓
it is a nice stay with SOKHA ANGKOR RESORT .it is clean ,quiet with good service and good breakfast .The swimming pool is so attractive.it is only 10 minites walk to pubs treet and the old market.We would come back if we have the oppotunity to siem reap again.
Room Tip: rooms with pool view are quieter
“Excellent, good location, lovely outdoor pool and great roo
As per our review of the Pullman Hotel in Hanoi, we stayed here in January as part of a tour of Vietnam and Cambodia and it was by far the best of the hotels we stayed at in terms of accommodation and facilities. Our bedroom was on the second floor (I think there were only 4 or 5 floors) directly overlooking the outdoor pool area, which was beautifully lit up at night, and had a lovely terrace with table and chairs. The outdoor pool was quiet and attractively laid out with plenty of sun loungers and parasols, waiter service for drinks and snacks, abundant towels and good facilities for showering/changing. After days of getting up at the crack of dawn to tour etc it was so nice to have a chance to spend aMore ⇓
“Beautiful relaxing with a touch of luxury”
In Siem Reap you have a big choice of hotels in each category, obviously the result of the tourism boom, but if you are looking for a relaxing nice place then this is the one to go. I really liked their lobby, it is so nicely decorated and even though there are guests arriving and leaving all the time, somehow it felt very calm and relaxing. A big advantage of the hotel is that they are issuing entrance tickets to the temples (the only hotel in the town) and if you are not staying here, then you need to queue quite long in the morning at the ticket office of the city. Our Deluxe room was nicely decorated in local style, did not like the view but it doesn’t really matter as you are out the whole day anyway. Breakfast wasMore ⇓
This was our second time staying here, having stayed here 18 months ago. It was just as good as the first time.
We had two connecting deluxe pool view rooms. Rooms were big, largest bed I have ever slept in! Staff were extremely courteous, pleasant and friendly. I could not fault the place. We had lunch in the hotel on the day we arrived which was delicious. Buffet breakfast was good, too.
Short tuk tuk ride into town, We even walked it a couple of times - about 15 minutes. Siem Reap is just a fabulous place. Our two teenage boys want to come back again. Restaurants are great and the shopping is great. Go to the Khmer House Restaurant for a Khmer curry.
The first time we stayed here was in the low season