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Angkor Western Lodge
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Reviewed 20 February 2013

When we first entered, everything seemed fine but don't let appearance fool you: IT WAS HORRIBLE! We were with a group and every bathroom seems even worse than the other (one had a weird residue in the bathtub and had an absolute horrific smell that would not go away, one bathtub was obstructed and when we informed the employees of this we were told to simply shower in the middle of the bathroom instead of them fixing it, etc, etc.)

The next day 4 out of 6 had small red dots on arms and legs, every travelers' worst nightmare: BEDBUGS! But the worst part of everything, are the people working at the lodge. Cambodia is already known for it's scams but you hope the hotel you'll stay at will help you with this. The opposite happens here, they will scam you the worst! They told tuktuk drivers where to take us to get the tickets more expensively and when we told the tuktuk driver this was the wrong place, he was not allowed by the hostel to take us anywhere else. When our pick-up to the bus station didn't arrive, the night-watch used all kind of excuses to not have to get up to call the number we had (no credit, no real number, blablabla) until finally after half an hour of begging, reasoning and finally getting anger he got his phone out of his pocket and called.

I can continue but I think this is clear enough. Siem Reap has more than enough places to never never never go here!

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Marit_1989
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Reviewed 4 February 2013

Never go there - the worst place in Siem Reap!
Like others we were foolishly dumped there by a tuktuk driver who, before we even looked around, already placed our bags in a room and handed us the key. They immediately agreed to a discount ($7 instead of $8) and - after 30 hours on the road and an exhausting border crossing - we found ourselves in the filthiest, most disgusting room we've ever seen. Cockroaches (dead and alive) everywhere, filthy sheets, tonnes of insects corpses hung in spider webs all around the room. The bathroom floor was so dirty we won't take our sandals off and the sink plumbing just opened straight into the floor. I confronted the unfriendly staff about all of these over the course of the 4 hours we officially spent there and they seemed unmoved (apparently its 'normal' to have no plumbing and lots of huge cockroaches). The manager said we could have our money back if we want but then disappeared and his staff refused any refund even though I had to make booking elsewhere and get a tuktuk to pick us up at 11pm as there was no way we could sleep in that filthy bed.
The most disturbing thing was that I received an email from the tuktuk driver (to whom I of course never gave my email) about the tour of the temple we agreed for the next day (and naturally cancelled). Stay away from this place!

Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
Thank S S
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

Our first night on a 3 week trip. We like to mix our accommodation and this was one we booked on the spur, knowing it wouldn't be great quality because of the price, so no real surprise. In summary, positives: location (just off centre), quiet at night, good sized rooms,comfy bed, air con, free soap and towels etc, private bathroom, some staff friendly. Negatives: unwashed pillowcases, dodgy electrics, dirty bathroom, door to balcony didn't shut properly, tv didn't work, wifi didn't work. Some staff pretty disinterested in helping with anything,unless it meant giving them more money.

Room Tip: Ask to see what is available - we noticed some looked better than ours and think we were given the poorest room,maybe as we just accepted it.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank MrsWNorthampton
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Reviewed 1 August 2012

Rooms are cheap and you get what you pay (maybe a bit too dirty).
The problem of this hotel is that they try to scam everyone with their tours. They tried also with me and i saw how they asked and probabely brought two girls to pay 20$ per person/day (which means 40$ - normal is 10-15) for angkor wat tour, plus cost for the pickup from bustation (3-5$) and some extra for driving to floating village (ca. 7-12$ i dont remebrr exactly) and they also want you to make the "reservation" of the boat ticket: 25$ per p. (30 if you are alone) And if you want to make your ticket just there at the boat ticket counter your driver will come in with you and talksomething in khmer with that corrupt ticketseller and he will than ask you the same price. You will have than to negociate a lot and wait till other passengers come to see some more reasonable prices (the cheapeast i saw was 15per person, lonelyplanet says even less).
If you take this hotel go to official tuktuk drivers (with brown west and license number on it) in the city.

  • Stayed: July 2012
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1  Thank Alberto F
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Reviewed 6 January 2012

Unlike other reviews we weren't dragged here by a tuk tuk driver, making the whole experience more pleasant. We stumbled on this place when looking for a room, and paid $6 for double with fan and hot water. Location is ok, 5 minute walk to pub street, and staff friendly enough. Downsides were erratic water, sometimes no water for hours at a time. Food fairly overpriced for siem reap. The tuk tuk we (foolishly) organised to Angkor Wat was a a bit of a disaster. The austrailian owner has clearly got rid of this place for pastures new as there was no sign of him. Bit of a shame really because under the right management this place could be fantastic...

  • Stayed: December 2011
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Thank adamandizzy
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