Angkor Village Resort & Spa4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Very impressed by the architecture of the hotel with several beautiful areas like the bar on the left entrance or the garden. Absolutely peaceful atmosphere far from the urban stress complimented by the kindness of the hotel team. The vast garden and the lush vegetation are making the place unique.
We recently stayed here. It is out of the downtown enough to avoid the noise and yet close enough to catch a Tuk-tuk to go about anywhere. The gardens are beautiful and restful.The design is teak wood with a step back in history design. I love the long pool that winds among the gardens. Everything was clean. We got to use the lounge and enjoyed our complimentary breakfast. The massages were great. We didn't have wifi in the rooms but easily went to the open air lounge to sit in comfort and enjoy a drink or snack. The fans kept the mosquitos away. The staff were happy to help with any bookings for a tour, or event scheduling. We attending the Aspara theatre they sponsor. The dances are interesting but not terribly exciting but then this is the nature of the the old school for traditional dance. I found it a great place to stay and this is a return visit. The only problem was the website didn't work or allow us to book a room. We were obligated to use trip advisor or other site to arranged our tickets ourselves. The food there was good but not outstanding.
This hotel when we stayed was a quiet peaceful oasis while visiting the temples of Angkor Wat. They packed us a wonderful breakfast picnic for the morning of the temple visit since we would miss breakfast as we left early to catch the sunrise. The food at the resort was amazing and the grounds beautiful. We had a problem with the doorknob to our room breaking the first night they rushed a maintenance crew to fix it immediately and we were equipped with the new knob and a key for the room in less than an hours time. We can’t wait to come back to this hotel again on our next Cambodia visit. MW
We were on an all-girls trip to Cambodia and had found this hotel after reviewing ratings and write-ups on Trip Advisor. It was the ideal place for our 4 day trip. Great attention to detail, wonderful staff and great amenities like the pool and spa. They had even packed a very nice breakfast for our early morning sun rise tour to Angkor Wat. Definitely a big thumbs up! The only downside is that there is no wifi in the rooms but its available at the common places like the lobby and restaurant.
Magnificent hotel , incredible design , amazing public areas , specious suites , wonderful kind , attentive and considerate team . I would add some more light in the bathroom and provide a greater selection of breakfast In total , very pleasant and enjoyable stay
One of the most beautiful, tropical & stunning resorts in Angkor Wat - near the famous Temples!! Words can hardly describe the friendliness and professionalism of this Awesome Place. Beautiful rooms within the lush, abundant tropical gardens of the Angkor Village, made strolling very enjoyable. The kind General Manager made sure that our romantic visit was memorable! We had fresh flowers and delicious fruit delivered to our room each day!!
It was our first time in Siem Reap, the land of wonder! We were impressed by the great hospitality from all resort's staff there. The main restaurant provides a great breakfast and the swimming is one of the best we used to encountered.
Great place to stay when visiting Angkor Wat - it's about 10mins by Tuk Tuk to the main entrance, but it's far enough away from too much hustle and bustle and you have everything you need at the hotel. There's a lagoon pool which comfy double beds you can relax on - would definitely recommend a pool-facing room. Good shout to order room service to the pool - can recommend the burger. Great spa treatments too (although a bit on the pricey side) and lovely views for breakfast - really friendly staff.
Left a lot to be desired. On arrival informed we had been upgraded to a superior room free of charge. Room was not an upgrade and windows to pool opened on a mud patch. No wi-fi in rooms! Food poor. Decor which was all dark mahogany created a funereal The Pavillion. They have a sister hotel in Siem Reap. Wi atmosphere. Staff appeared slightly depressed and mechanical. A sharp contrast to our previous hotel in Phnom Penh- the Pavillion. The have a sister hotel in Siem Reap. Wish we had stayed there - Temptation
Really stunning hotel with lush landscaping. Perfect spot to relax after cycling through the temples at Angkor Wat in the summer heat. The staff are very helpful and the location is quiet, between the main city of Siam Reap and the temples. The massages were excellent and very reasonably priced. Our kids loved the pool and gardens. Incredible breakfast spread.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 818 reviews