Angkor Village Resort & Spa4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
+ Affordable + Very beautiful + Very good service + Nice restaurants and good food + Beautiful LONG swimming pool (250 meters long) - A lot of garden and of course, a lot of Mosquitoes!! (there is a very nice mosquitoes spray provide in the room)
Am-maz-ing !!!! This hotel has excellent, open space public areas and a beautiful, "lazy-river" pool running through the accommodation complex. The rooms are large with excellent facilities. Breakfast was lovely. The staff are so very friendly and provide over-expectation service. Can't recommend enough...you GOTTA visit.
Everywhere you look are beautiful gardens and waterways which add to the traquility of this lovely hotel. It is very spread out but I don’t see this as a bad thing as this adds to the peacefulness. Our room was on the second floor, overlooking the pool, very nice, but lots of mosquitoes, but you get that with so much water around! Rooms, just beautiful, wouldn’t be able to find a fault, turn down with lotus flower and cake a beautiful touch! Staff, excellent, sooo friendly and helpful, a big thank you to everyone!! Spa, was very professional, just beautiful!
We stayed here because of a group event. Hotel came highly recommended because one of few Khmer style hotel with unique 250 metre river-shaped pool and a lush tropical garden. Compound is extremely huge, infact, everything here is big in size. Big room, big bathroom, big lobby. Win by size. Our room was allocated far from lobby. After a long day, really was tiring walk to room. We stayed 2nd story pool view with large balcony but total waste of money. Too hot and too many mosquitos to be seated outdoor! Air was stale and bugs were plenty! I wasnt impressed! What was good? The breakfast noodles station! Fresh sliced beef & lady was really master chef! What was worst? They seriously need upgrading! Aircon broke down on last night (midnight!). The repair man was struggling to fix it. Too tired to understand what he was saying, we begged for standing fan. And such a luxury hotel, not even providing basic cotton pad for ladies makeup, great disappointment.
We stayed at Angkor Village Resort and Spa from 15th-20th December before setting out to travel around Thailand for 3 weeks, and it was faultless. We didn't want to stay in a major chain hotel while in Siem Reap (even though it was tempting given the low price for 5 star hotels) and we're so happy we didn't. Siem Reap and the temples attract a LOT of tourists and it can be a little frenetic. Coming back to the green oasis Angkor Village offers you after a long day sightseeing is something we'd look forward to every day. The room was nice - nothing incredible to shout about, but it was bug free, clean and comfortable. Everything else is simply outstanding. The staff were welcoming, warm and helpful. To the people that moan about their understanding of English - you're in Cambodia...how about you try to converse with them in Cambodian before moaning they couldn't always understand you. A fraction of patience and they'll understand and do everything they can to help. The pool and facilities are amazing and the photos simple do not do justice to how peaceful and beautiful to place is. We didn't eat dinner at the hotel (so many options in town) but breakfast and drinks were great. As we left the manager gave my wife a little Angkor keepsake box as a thank you which I thought was a lovely touch also. Fantastic hotel all round! Tip: There's a tuk tuk driver who seems to work the patch around Angkor Village called 'Mr An'. We used him throughout our stay and he never tried to overcharge and let us decide our own plans. If you know what you want to see as we did, would highly recommend as a trustworthy driver who'll get you there safely and cost effectively plus offer advice on when to visit the temples to avoid the crush of shouting tourists.
We had a wonderful experience at this hotel from the moment we were picked up at the airport in the retro hotel Land Rover. We prefer this sort of hotel and location - low rise, low key yet luxurious, and away from the main strip/large tourist coaches (but still close enough and the tuk tuk rides were a highlight anyway!) As a family of 4 with children aged 10 and 12, the family suite was perfect and exceeded expectations. The suites are to the rear of the property where 4 surround a shared circular private pool (perhaps only one of the group is 2 bedroom but I’m not sure). While shared, we seemed to have the pool to ourselves. In fact we thought that if you were travelling with grandparents or other families, it would be good to book another next door. The family suite had two large bedrooms (with comfortable beds), separated by an entrance hall and living area. All of these rooms have glass doors out onto the pool area (although we didn’t want to open them being careful of mosquitos). There is also a large bathroom with spa and a rain shower above (note you need to be able to step up into the bath to access the shower). Everything was pristine, with beautiful lotus flowers on our beds at night. Unlike other reviews, we had no problems with wifi. It was in our suite plus in all the restaurants etc, not just the lobby. Another highlight was the main hotel pool “river” which snakes around the resort. Our kids loved it, especially the canoe! Breakfast was also great, and included a made to order egg station. Finally, the staff were extremely friendly and nothing seemed too much trouble. They arranged a private tour for us, booked restaurants, helped with directions for tuk tuk drivers and generally met every encounter with a smile - from the people at the entrance and front desk to the breakfast area, restaurants and spa. English was not always perfect but it added to the charm of the place and we always ended up with everything we needed. Thankyou! We hope to return one day.
We were in Angkor over new years eve. We had a fantastic time in a great resort. A rooms were the suites with a private pool. The ambiente was stunning and a good retreat from the city and the busy attractions. Our rooms made the Impression that they were just renovated even though they were classic in style. The service in the hotel is stunning and the people are extremely friendly. We can highly recommend this Hotel!
Beautiful, rather quiet resort in a very nice green garden setting. Comfortable rooms with a large bathroom and separate toilet. Very friendly staff and good breakfast, although I would prefer à la carte over a buffet. Unique pool with a limited number of deckchairs. No WiFi in rooms which we knew and was good for a change! Ride by TucTuc to downtown is about $2-3 - no need to pay more. When the driver starts negotiating with $5 the hotel's bellboy often interferes and tells you as a guest that this is a good deal (which is not true) which was kind of odd.
This is not a five star hotel, as it claims to be on Booking.com. Very poor four star (especially when we are comparing with other Asian hotels), if I may say so. The hotel is really-really old, the rooms are not cleaned properly (even though they bring new lotus every day on your bed, they just simply do not look behind the doors), the stuff is lazy or kind of not smart. You can be sitting in the lounge area for hours and nobody will offer you to order a drink. The air conditioning system is too old and too noisy.The balcony lights are on all night long (strange luxury, since the electricity is quite expensive here and you really don’t need outside lights all night), so you cannot open the balcony door or the moskitos will eat you. So you have to sleep with the noisy conditioner - no other option. The electricity plugins are really strange: in order to charge a phone you will need the whole night and there is usb plugin near the bed. But all others plugins are in really strange places. I assume it’s because the electricity is rather expensive in Cambodia so they try to save it (hence night lights look even stranger). Still you need a camera or two every day - this is the city of temples - and we found two normal plugins on the room. But! If you want to charge something else, you will have a problem. Moreover, you cannot charge anything while you are away (by the pool, for example): the electricity will be turned off shortly after you leave the room and take the key with you. There is no curtain in the bathroom, so the floor is always wet after you take a shower. The territory is nice, the pool is however as old as the hotel and there are no tiles in quite a many places. So I would not recommend this place and will not stay here again. Try to chose new places, don’t think this hotel will invest in refurbishment soon.
While the property is beautiful it is limited for some (perhaps many) due to no wifi, showers that puddle the floor, no easy access for electricity near the beds for a CPAP (had t get a very long extension cord which they had amazing access to when requested) Also can't open windows for no lack of insects. So, if you like being off the beaten path with no WIFI other than the lobby, with minimal English TV channels on a small inconveniently located TV with no signs as to how to find the lobby THIS is your place
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free valet and self parking
- Onsite dining
Angkor Village Resort & Spa places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like Killing Fields Memorial and Miniature Replicas of Angkor’s Temples. This 4.5-star resort has 104 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. It's in central Siem Reap and also close to Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum and Angkor National Museum.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at the resort's 2 onsite restaurants: Aaraama Restaurant specializes in local cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Le Jardin Restaurant offers relaxing garden views. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
The 104 individually furnished accommodations feature furnished balconies or patios and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. 24-inch LCD TVs come with cable channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers.
Angkor Village Resort & Spa features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. Free valet and self parking are available, and there's also an area shuttle for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury resort include a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 854 reviews