I love everything about Sokha Angkor Resort most especially the food and the room (pool view). :D
However, I was just wondering why I had to insist to the front desk and the concierge the inclusions in our hotel package (luxury package). It appeared to me that the totality of the booking did not appear in Sokha system. The concierge had to direct us to the front desk and the front desk had to point us back to the concierge. A bit funny but hopefully a good hotel like yours must avoid this kind of inconvenience to the guests. I was expecting that our booking reference number would already explain all but it didn't. I still had to retrieve my print out from the room and show the items included.
above all else, I highly recommend Sokha Angkor Resort.
Despite there being a few misunderstandings at check in on the package I was under, we ended up being very satisfied with our stay at the Sokha Angkor. Staff were very accommodating and kind to my children, they even allowed us a free late check out. Highly recommend to or families and sole travellers alike.
* Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
“Top Hotel in excellent location”
traveller5613 , TripAdvisor.Com
United Kingdom , 29 August, 2013
A real 5 star hotel - rooms were large with an top bathroom (separate large bath and wet room shower). Plenty of good quality toiletries and water replenished twice a day if required. The pool area was fantastic and the food was very reasonably priced. Excellent location to visit Angkor Wat and surrounding temples. Staff were extremely friendly and this was great value for money.
Room Tip: “Choose room overlooking pool”
“Good but too quiet”
Alan B , TripAdvisor.Com
United Kingdom , 28 August, 2013
Strange to say that a hotel is too quiet but as a solo traveller, I found it a rather lonely experience staying at the Sokha resort. The service was great, the prices were very reasonable for such a high-quality establishment and the facilities were excellent (well, those that were open, which unfortunately didn't include their in-house pub): but most of the time there was no-one around.
I quickly tired of finding myself alone in the bar (which had so few patrons it was empty by 10pm and closed by eleven) and in the restaurants (I like Japanese food but not having a whole restaurant to myself). The pool was great and the room was large, immaculate and very nice. The only busy time was at breakfast (which was
excellent) before everyone headed off to the temples.
Location is pretty good, especially given the ease of getting a tuk-tuk down to the the crowded central area. But it you want any kind of social action, stay downtown. It's not their fault that it was the low season but it would have been great if the management had shown more initiative by holding some events, like music or dance, to draw more people in.
We have returned from Cambodia staying at the sokha Angkor Resort for the last 4 nights. Found all the amenities great, rooms very clean, staff always smiling and helpful. Pool area was great as we found it very hot and a dip in the pool was very refreshing. Close to everything and tuk tuks very clean and cheap if you choose not to walk in the heat. Breakfast was a wonderful array of food. Would definetly stay again if we ever return to this part of the world.
Room Tip: “The room we had was ok although I would have preferred it to be one with a small balcony and with a bit more of a view overlooking the pool”