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The hotel grounds are lovely, the location is great as well. Unfortunately our room smelled of damp and the whole day of airing it did not help. My husband has asthma and when we switched on the air conditioning at night, a strange smell of...More
First thing you need to know is that there are 2 Angkor Village properties – one is the hotel, the other is the resort and spa. You need specify which one to taxi and tuk-tuk drivers or you will be taken to the wrong place!...More
This was our second stay in 2 years
We just love this hotel
The rooms are big, very nice and clean
The staff is very friendly and helpful
The breakfast is great with lots of different choices
We like the atmosphere of this hotel
Stayed for 5 nights. Loved the hotel and the garden. Peaceful and quiet. Hotel has a refreshing swimming pool. Breakfast was ok. When they’re busy they set up a buffet, a la carte when it’s slow. But good choices and good quality of the food....More
The first impression you get at the Angkor village is the greenery and serenity of the atmosphere. There is a sense of belonging to the environment and away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The lighting is a bit dim in the evenings...More
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US$102 - US$212 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#26 Romantic Hotel in Siem Reap
#59 Luxury Hotel in Siem Reap
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No. 1 site are the temples at Angkor Eat. Pub Street also should'nt be missed. Skip the big aspara "smile" dance show for one of the smaller ones. They're just as impressive and cost about $20 U.S. compared to $45. Hire a... More
No. 1 site are the temples at Angkor Eat. Pub Street also should'nt be missed. Skip the big aspara "smile" dance show for one of the smaller ones. They're just as impressive and cost about $20 U.S. compared to $45. Hire a taxi driver at the airport to take you around. They do a terrific job as tour guides and charge about $35 for a whole day of touring in Siem Reap, $60 if you go to sites out of town.