Hotel Reviews

   Oay ,
   United States ,  08 November, 2013
Pros: Pool, the reception met us and welcome register when we got there, nice breakfast buffet, friendly and respectful staffs.
Cons: Gym, need update some equipment.
Location: Great, near airport, night market and walkable but a little hike.
We got ther late Oct and the weather was still warm. Had great weather the whole time we were there of 4 nights and it was adequately to see what we need to see. Need light clothing and good shoes,to visit temples. Sometimes we hike up steps nearly straight up but worth while if you are in good physical
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   Hollborn ,  Tripadvisor
   Germany ,  06 November, 2013

Sokha Angkor Hotel is located c. 5 km from the airport and almost walking distance to the center. With $ 2 you can take a tuk-tuk (act not forget). The hotel is very well appointed, the rooms are spacious with everything that has to have a very good hotel. The service is very friendly and always helpful, even the book of flights and other hotels. Take care of when breakfast at the time, because from 7:00 am and 8:30 clock clock come up with the Chinese and South Korean tour groups and the operation is simply overwhelmed. Recommendation: Do possible from 9:00 clock or clock before 7:00 for breakfast and sightseeing evntuell later start, this is all re-covered mountains and the remains are removed. he has very good small bar

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   711traveller ,  Tripadvisor
   China ,  06 November, 2013

The hotel is actually very nice, near the airport, near Angkor Wat, near Pub St., and the market, it s actually walking distance but because of the heat, it is better to take the tuktuks or a van. The beds are comfortable, the view is good, service is 5 star quality, but some complaints such as the rooms have mosquitoes-must be the heat. And an advice to the FnB dept., especially for the breakfast buffet at the coffee shop. The choices are ok, the spread is quite impressive but they could surely use and improvement on their juice dept., I have heard of really fresh orange or pineapple or whatever for 5 star hotels, I have heard of hotels using concentrate juices that are taken from those rectangular containers, but I think

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   Karenbee0607 ,  Tripadvisor
   Malaysia ,  06 November, 2013

If first impressions count, they'd get a 5 out of 5, but it started sliding from there. We booked a pool view room, but had arrived a bit too early to check in (2pm officially), and due to some miscommunication, they gave us a room that was available (at 9am) - one that had a city view(USD140/night), BUT charged us the pool view room rate (USD155/night). What irks is that they said the receptionist had told us it was a temporary room, and that we were supposed to go back to the reception to change.. USD15 extra night isn't much of a big issue, but that's not the point. :p

In terms of the rest - location is excellent.. so close to the town, but not noisy (even though we were facing the main

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   lrpulini ,  Tripadvisor
   United States ,  06 November, 2013

I stayed at the Sokha Angkor Resort for 3 days as part of a group travelling through Vietnam and Cambodia. From the moment I walked through the doors, I know this was a very special place. The lobby is gorgeous and there is a wonderful aroma of mint everywhere!!! The staff is uniformly gorgeous, very sweet and helpful and always smiling. The pool area is breathtaking and very relaxing. I had a beautiful corner room on the 4th floor and I always looked forward to "coming home" after long hot days visiting Angkor Wat. The breakfast buffet was excellent and the room was very inviting as well. The hotel is conveniently located right near the main street of the town and tuk tuks are always available for the

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