A blend of French and Khmer architecture, the Sofitel Royal Angkor was the first 5-star hotel in Siem Reap and is the closest to the Angkor Wat ruins. Set in tranquil, landscaped gardens, the deluxe resort has 214 comfortable and elegantly furnished rooms, 24 suites, a beautiful pool, a luxury spa, five restaurants and three bars. Among its restaurants are a Japanese teppanyaki bar, a pizzeria pub and a fine dining establishment offering French-Asian fusion cuisine. Its spa offers a good range of health treatments including massage.
The latest addition to it's features is the Phokeethra Country Club, a world class 18 hole golf course.
The Sofitel offers a broad range of dining and drinking venues. Among them: the Wayfarer's Pub is a pizzeria with a pool table and large video screen; a Japanese teppanyaki "show" is performed before diners at the Leaf on the Stone Bar; and Mouhot's Dream is a fine dining establishment offering French-Asian fusion cuisine. The hotel's spa offers a variety of health treatments including massage and its pool is one of the most impressive in Siem Reap.