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Auberge Mont-Royal d'Angkor
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

Hotel isn't necessarily bad, but calling themselves 3.5* is a little generous. Everything was just a bit dated, and in need of a refresh/repaint. It was clean and spacious, but the aircon, TV and bathroom were just old. Shower was not great and there was a lack of toiletries (they gave us 4 shampoos but no soap?). Luckily we didn't pay too much but if you're expecting luxury I would look elsewhere. Staff were okay though.

Stayed: March 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank Adam M
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Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

My friend had stayed here previously and really liked it, so we opted to stay here. It is such a quiet respite from the craziness of the city and in walking distance to everything. The hotel is family owned and the staff is very hospitable, offering a wonderful breakfast included in the room rate (free coffee refills and fresh fruit, baguettes and your choice of breakfast). The rooms are clean and quiet (even on the first floor), with AC and a powerful fan. Bathrooms have been updated recently and are spacious. The pool is small but refreshing, especially after a busy day touring temples in the heat. My only complaint is the mosquitoes - since the lobby is not air conditioned and the top of our door had a large opening by which the little buggars continuously crept in, we left with several bites each, even after killing many in the room. The hotel did spray for bugs in the lobby while we were there so I assume someone else complained about it. They also offer a shuttle to the hotel for $10 (the owner drove us himself!). Overall, highly recommend this little gem.

Stayed: February 2017, traveled with friends
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

While my room was a good size, with air con working perfectly, the bathroom was not of the same quality. The swimming pool was very small, just a plunge pool really. I only had breakfast in the restaurant: selection was minimal and the coffee undrinkable. Luckily at the end of the street -- quite a long walk in the heat -- is Brown coffee shop which is western in style and price.

  • Stayed: January 2017, traveled solo
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Thank carilloneur
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Reviewed 29 January 2017

We were pleased to spend several nights in this lovely hotel. The hotel is a little oasis of peace in busy Siem Reap. The rooms are scattered in four or five different buildings linked by passage ways surrounded by luxuriant vegetation, orchids, banane trees, and many more cared by the owner's wife. This is also where meals are served for a very relaxing experience. Excellent coffee is served at breakfast with French baguette and croissants. Traditional food is also available for a more typical experience.

  • Stayed: November 2016, traveled as a couple
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Thank Gaëtan S
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

Lovely place, very inviting. The location was excellent; walking distance to the Old Market area, and on the same street as my now favorite restaurant, Sugar Palm. Both Auberge Mont-Royal and Sugar Palm are decorated in excellent taste, and Auberge Mont-Royal has a French colonial feel. The rooms are air conditioned, but not the lobby and hallways, which is no problem--there is a lovely outdoor area (roofed, with plants) for breakfast/ bar/meals, nice and helpful staff, wonderful room, and swimming pool! My favorite thing about the place was the atmosphere--I don't care for brand new institutional feeling places; in contrast, Auberge Mont-Royal is comfortable and welcoming.

Room Tip: 3 nights was $105. I'm not sure if that is budget or mid-range. It was entirely reasonable, and included an excellent breakfast.
  • Stayed: August 2016, traveled solo
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Thank Lenora C
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