Lovely old world feel
Spent three nights in this lovely Hotel. Grand entrance with great pool. Excellent breakfasts and service. The rooms are large and have a good old world feel. Very comfortable beds! Spa was great and the hotel has a wonderful peppermint aroma which you will not forget. We had a great moto driver who came every day and took us all around Siem Reap and shopping! Had the best time at this place!
Graciously Divine... A Must Stay
The best way to enjoy Siem Reap is to make sure you have a comfortable and relaxing place to call home for a few nights after busy days of visiting the beautiful temples. This hotel definitely helped make one of our most memorable holidays happen for my family and I during our 4 night stay.
For starters, the staff working at this hotel are simply splendid, you always feel welcome and they go the extra mile to show that they care. Their warm smiles seem to match the signature smiles at Bayon temple, which is what you need after a hot and busy day of sight seeing!
We were surprisingly impressed with their initiative towards the environment when we were asked to join the staff's Environmental and Community
Great location, hotel and staff
As an expat resident of Cambodia I get to Siem Reap pretty ofte. I have stayed at many hotels there. I can confirm that Sokha is one of the best. They have great rooms, a good gym and pool area, helpful staff, a full breakfast buffet and a great location - you can walk into town in 10 minutes.
I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights. My room was a club suite.(It was free upgrade service by a travel agent.) The room was very large and comfortable. Every restaurants I used were nice.
Moreover, the hotel's staffs were very kind, and hospitable. They always had warm smiles. Some staffs taught me some Khmer greeting words. I could really enjoy my stay. It was very fun!
I wish I can go back again. I really hope so.
Perfect for the occasion
This hotel is perfectly located for visiting Siem Reap and all its temples. Temples are close by and best of all it's 10/15 minutes walk to the night market. After a day's visit to the temple, it's an easy stroll to the main street for dinner and visit the market. We've got a 2 bedroom suite, extremely spacious and very good value for money. Staffs are very friendly and efficient. It's not the most luxurious place but it serves its purpose perfectly considering people are mainly coming here to visit all the temples.