The accommodation is built on the grounds of the old French Governor's mansion, towering trees alive with nature invite the sounds and sensuality of the tropics to your sojourn. It is artistically decorated and complete with contemporary comforts - LCD flat-screen TVs, high-speed Internet - the 29 rooms and 2 lavishly appointed suites all express a modern interpretation of Cambodian heritage, mixing clean architectural lines and soft, suffused lighting with breezy tropical ambience and a friendly, comfortable atmosphere.
Set in the stunning grounds of a former French Governor’s residence, the team behind FCC Angkor have designed the new Visaya Spa & Pool, 29 rooms plus two luxurious suites, retail and new art galleries. All amidst the placidity of the mature trees, the black reflection pools and the Siem Reap river, which not only paint a magnificent trace and trail canvas of the green, blue, and white of the day but also are a metaphor for the overgrown temple spa sanctuaries of the venerable Angkor Wat and surrounding temples.
The trees really do go through the roof. We are proud of our achievements, combining a magnificent atmosphere of crisp, modern design within the mature grounds of FCC Angkor. We look forward to welcoming you as our guests.
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
FCC Angkor supports local initiatives and is an active member of the ChildSafe Network.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
FCC Cambodia believe in giving back to the community and they are proud to support the following organizations:
In January 2000, at the initiative of a small group of expatriate players, Khmer rugby was established with kids from an NGO, Pour un Sourire d'Enfant, "For A Child's Smile", caring for children living on the rubbish dumps of Phnom Penh.
The kids' passion for the game led The Secrétaire-Générale of the National Commission for UNESCO, Mrs. Tan Theany, to propose that this be included in the 'Associated Schools Program' of UNESCO in Cambodia.
Since that time other shelters and schools have been established in various parts of Cambodia following the same model established in Phnom Penh and rugby has now become an institutionalised part of UNESCO's program activities in Cambodia.
Family Care Cambodia
The goal of Family Care Cambodia is to improve the quality of life for orphans and abandoned children in Phnom Penh. They provide educational materials and motivational programs in institutions, schools and hospitals, both government and private, in effort to improve the educational development of Cambodian youth as well as provide training and educational materials for local teachers and educators.
ChildSafe is a child protection network in Cambodia. Cambodian taxi-drivers, guesthouses, hotels, restaurants, and Internet cafes are the active members of this network. ChildSafe partners have been carefully selected, trained, tested and monitored to protect the children of Cambodia from all forms of abuse.