Siem Reap Hotels and Accommodation
Siem Reap is the entry point to the world famous Angkor Wat and surrounding Angkor temples. Today, much thanks to these temples, Siem Reap and Cambodia has geared itself to meet the challenges of attracting tourists from all over the world and you will find a fine selection of modern Siem Reap hotels, luxury resorts, and boutique hotels with world-class spa facilities. At the same time, Siem Reap is trying to retain its traditional moorings and you will also find many family run, budget-friendly guesthouses and there are many things to see and do in Siem Reap other than the temples....
Siem Reap - more than just the temples.
Siem Reap is basically a conglomeration of small villages along the Siem Reap River. Each village was built around Buddhist pagodas or 'wats', as the Cambodians call them. These extended from Wat Preah En Kau Sei in the north to Wat Phnom Krom in the south. Phnom Krom litteraly means 'lower mountain' and this is also where the Siem Reap River meets the great Tonle Sap Lake. Some of the buildings and hotels in Siem Reap are influenced by French and Chinese architecture, especially around the Old French Quarter and the Old Market area.
Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and the rest of the magnificent temples of Angkor are undoubtedly Cambodia's prime tourist attraction and the main reason to visit Siem Reap for most first-time visitors. It's easy to understand why many people consider a tour to the Angkor temples as an absolute must and difficult to leave out on a list of things to see and do in Siem Reap, or the whole of Southeast Asia for that matter. We would, however, like to encourage people to stay longer and experience more.
The town itself and its surrounds offer a range of tours and activities for locals and visitors alike. The newly opened Angkor Zipline Eco-Adventure Canopy Tour where visitors can learn a little about the natural habitats as well as soaring between the treetops of Angkor has quickly become a popular attraction and a traditional Apsara dance performance is a must for many visitors. Local bicycle tours can take visitors amidst paddy fields and rural villages and Southeast Asia's greatest lake, Tonle Sap, also provides opportunities to visit some of the fishing villages scattered around the lakeshore or take a trip to the bird sanctuary.
Thanks to a leap in tourism in the country, tourism related businesses have flourished in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, and Sihanoukville, but it is also recommended to venture 'off the beaten tracks' and check out destinations such as Battambang, Kampot, Kep, Kampong Cham, Kratie and Stung Treng.
From 5-star hotels and classy resorts to a wide range of budget guest houses and hotels, Siem Reap is gearing itself to meet the increasing demands from tourists and business travellers alike. In addition to traditional Khmer food, a wide variety of international cuisines are also available and shopping is good fun around the Old Market area (Psar Chas) and various Nignt Markets. A pulsating night life might not be the first thing that springs to mind when talking about Siem Reap, but the last few year have seen a number of stylish bars and pubs springing up alongside chic cafes and coffee shops.
What is known as the Wat Bo area offers a wide range of local guesthouses, affordable hotels and popular restaurants. The Psar Leu area, in turn, is always bustling with local trade activities. The area around Tonle Sap Lake is quite different, with floating fishing villages, paddy fields and even a bird sanctuary.
Whether you prefer to return from a long day of sightseeing Angkor Wat and the Angkor Temples and enjoy a massage in exclusive luxury or getting acquainted with the local people and lifestyle, there are a variety of Siem Reap hotels and places to stay for you. Nowhere else on the web will you find the range of accommodation we offer in the Siem Reap and Angkor region. We offer everything from 5-star luxury hotels in Siem Reap and resort-style properties to locally run guesthouses popular with backpackers and budget travellers. The suite at the non-profit hotel and restaurant training school Sala Bai, arguably, some of the best value for money you will find in the whole of Asia, but make sure to book well in advance as many of the rooms tend fo fill up quickly.
A convenient way to get to this part of South East Asia is with one of many direct flight from Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Saigon, Hanoi, Hong Kong or Taiwan. Alternatively, if you feel a bit adventurous, you can also travel overland from neighbouring Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Especially the Mekong Cruise to and from Vietnam has received much positive feedback. Our site also features interactive maps and photos of the various accommodation options in Siem Reap including individual rooms and facilities.
Based locally and perfectly placed to guide you through your travels in Siem Reap and Cambodia, we'd be delighted to assist you in finding the best tour and accommodation options that will suit your budget and requirements, explore the Angkor temples, travel off the beaten track to rural villages and get a flavour of the real Siem Reap and Cambodia...!!
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Location: Siem Reap
Set amongst lush tropical gardens and along a unique river-shaped pool, Angkor Village Resort features beautiful cottages and an exquisite spa.[more info]
From: USD 196.35
With a design influenced by the graceful colonial architecture of the 1930s, Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa exudes an air of timelessness. All rooms and suites come with wooden floors, colonial-style furniture and original artifacts reflecting the local history.[more info]
Pacific Hotel Siem Reap is having a good locaton on the National Road No. 6 and it is located in the City. Only 5 minutes drive away from the Siem Reap Int'l airport, a mere 300 meters away from the War Museum and 500 meters from the Cambodian Cultural village. Near Angkor Wat temple, near the Angkor Golf Resort and a mere 10 minutes drive from the old market.[more info]
From: USD 120
Conveniently located in Siem Reap, Sokhalay Angkor Inn offers comfortable accommodation and impeccable service with a 5-star experience at a 3-star price. Suitable for both business and leisure travelers, the property has close proximity to several top attractions.[more info]
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Set in a quiet, yet very central location, Central Boutique Angkor Hotel offers comfortable rooms, in-house restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and a friendly atmosphere.[more info]
Conveniently located in the popular Wat Bo area, Frangipani Villa Hotel provides a comfortable base from which to explore the temple area and surrounding countryside.[more info]
From: USD 80
Enjoying a convenient location, Claremont Angkor Boutique Hotel is only a 15-minute drive from Siem Reap International Airport and a 10-minute walk from the Night Market and Pub Street.
The modern rooms come with cable TV channels and a safety deposit box. A minibar and tea/coffee making facilities are also provided for guests' convenience.
Guests can work out at the fitness centre or request for a massage. For convenience, the hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, ticketing services and a tour desk.
Hot meals are served at the rooftop restaurant, which overlooks the peaceful river views. Drinks can be enjoyed at the bar[more info]
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A long-time favourite amongst backpackers and budget travellers, Garden Village Guesthouse is a charming locally-run guesthouse with the friendly English-speaking staff. It offers spacious rooms at budget prices and a popular rooftop terrace with an affordable restaurant and bar offering great views of the surrounding area.[more info]
Get a feel for the real Cambodian way of life with traditional Khmer hospitality at Bou Savy Guesthouse - a family-owned and locally managed guesthouse conveniently located in Siem Reap. Book four or more nights and get a complimentary Khmer set dinner.[more info]
Locally owned and managed by Mr. Kunn from Jasmine Lodge and his extended family, Jasmine Family Hostel provides a very budget-friendly alternative with a newly built swimming pool and free wireless Internet for travellers interested in local community projects as well as exploring the temples of Angkor.[more info]
With friendly and welcoming locak French- and English-speaking staff, My Home Tropical Garden Villa offers very good value for money with 26 spacious and carefully appointed rooms and a newly built swimming pool.[more info]
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Highlight of Angkor 4days 3 nights
A compact tour that takes you to the main highlights of Angkor complex without the crowds.End your trip at The Phare Cambodia Circus and your will flight home the next day.[more info]
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A 6 day tour that covers the highlights of Angkor without the crowds – and also takes you to the bustling capital of Phnom Penh, Experience sunrise at Angkor Wat, visit jungle-clad Ta Prohm and gaze on the enigmatic faces of the Bayon.[more info]
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2 days and 1 night of Angkor Tour
A tour will takes you to The Phare Cambodia circus which means the brightness of the arts and to all the main highlights of the Angkor temples area without the crowds.[more info]
Nestled in the rainforest, right inside the Angkor Archaeological Park, this is a thrillng and safe eco-adventure where travellers now have a unique opportunity to soar on ziplines, traverse suspended sky bridges, abseil from towering trees and be amazed by the magic of the rainforest.[more info]
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Customer FeedbackI travelled to Siem Reap as CEO of Antipodeans Abroad, an Australian company that wants to expand its travel business in Cambodia. Jo and Thomas were my hosts and expert guides for one week. Their knowledge of Siem Reap and the culture of the Cambodian people were outstanding. We will certainly develop our partnership further and recommend them for anyone else who wishes to travel to, or work in, Siem Reap.
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