“OK hotel, could be better staffed”
Just spent 3 nights. Front desk staff is OK, breakfast is poor. They just want put out a basic meal. Hotel is decent, nothing grand. But then again you are in the middle of Cambodia so don't expect 5 stars. This is the beginning of high season, expect lots of people at the temples and the town.
Room Tip: Don't go with high exceptions, but you will have a fantastic trip to e temples and the city. Get...
"Recommended. Good hotel and good place."
Located in central Siem Reap, close to restaurants, shops and museum nacional.de Angkor. Receipt by size and decor is worthy of any 5 star hotel. The rooms are large, adequately equipped, although there are some signs of wear and tear on furniture. The staff very friendly and attentive. The hotel has a pool with a decor that evokes the nearby temples of Angkor. Spa also has a content price is one more reason to choose this hotel. Highly recommended, certainly would.
“A great hotel near a great location”
We stayed at the Sokha Angkor for 2 nights.The staff was very polite and helpful. The swimming pool is great. The air conditioning in the room worked very well. Everything in Siem Reap is within walking distance, or you can take a Tuktuk for $2. The hotel has a couple of restaurants but the service is a bit slow.
A great hotel to stay at and nothing to complain about.
“Great Hotel. from KARL TURNBULL Melbourne Aust”
This hotel was the best place to stay in Siem Reap and the entire staff can not.
do enough for you.The room was terrific,the bed was the biggest we have ever slept in and
the breakfast room and food was great and plentiful.
The staff organised for us to visit all the temples and the guide Chou Vichet was the best and
Mr Vannak the Tuk Tuk driver together,could not have been more helpful or informative.
I would recommend this hotel to everyone looking for service with a smile and the old common
friendly greeting. I am not a swimmer but my wife went for a swim in the salt water pool and she said it was great.
Room Tip: Don't go past the SOKHA ANGKORMore ⇓