4-star hotels in Siem Reap
location was great. Food was amazing. Service was tip top.
Everything in this hotel is so perfect. Great food, location and value for money.
I’ve been to the Angkor region 3 times and this was by far my best experience. The combinat...
I’ve been to the Angkor region 3 times and this was by far my best experience. The combination of the facility, staff, and location was really unbeatable. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
I highlu recommend the D’Angor Boutique hotel to anyone coming to Siem Reap. It’s a beautif...
I highlu recommend the D’Angor Boutique hotel to anyone coming to Siem Reap. It’s a beautiful hotel located close to town center with good restaurant, amazing breakfast and exceptionaly friendly and accommodating staff. It’s a 3 star hotel with 4 star quality experience.
I stayed this hotel two days. it has very convenient location to go to both north side and ...
I stayed this hotel two days. it has very convenient location to go to both north side and south side. we could enjoyed the heritage and dinner effectively. And more than anything, all staff's hospitality is pretty marvelous. Ms. Paul was one of our main front person and she provided extremely kind services. My family had to change our staying plan in Siem Reap several times due to whether condition and some reasons, however she could faithfully take care our time chart and arrange transportation. And I appreciate Tuk Tuk Driver Mr.Cheng, with his special arrangement, our family unexpectedly spend more happy time in Cambodian cultural village instead of Ba loon activity. Special thanks to Paul and Cheng, I wish you and all Cambodian people's continuous success.
There is nothing bad I can say about this hotel. The service is perfect, the staff is fanta...
There is nothing bad I can say about this hotel. The service is perfect, the staff is fantastic, the location is great, loved the pool, great massages, fantastic food, lovely gardens, prompt pick up from the airport and return service to the airport. All in all, this hotel made our stay perfect. Thanks so much!
The staff are extremely friendly and hospitable. Location is great and convenient with clos...
The staff are extremely friendly and hospitable. Location is great and convenient with close proximity of many restaurants and shops. Most importantly value for money with clean and comfortable room
They showed personal attention for all our requests.
We had an absolutely amazing time at King Rock. The hotel is spacious and clean, with frien...
We had an absolutely amazing time at King Rock. The hotel is spacious and clean, with friendly and helpful staff members always on hand to assist or chat with us. The location is very central, close enough for us to walk to town and to nearby restaurants. What a great stay, we greatly recommend this hotel!
We visit siem reap in raining season, hotel services are very good to handle unpredictable ...
We visit siem reap in raining season, hotel services are very good to handle unpredictable situation such as enough hangers for wet clothes, borrow umbrella, prepare breakfast basket for sunrise or call nice Tuk Turk car drivers for local tour, etc. Great room space for rest and clean swimming pool, definitely will go back to stay again!
We stayed at the La Da Kiri Boutique Hotel for 3 nights and enjoyed our time. It was conve...
We stayed at the La Da Kiri Boutique Hotel for 3 nights and enjoyed our time. It was conveniently located within walking distance to everything. Complimentary airport shuttle. The staff was outstanding! Very memorable trip.
Clean, nice and good location which is near the night market (only 5-10 minutes walk distan...
Clean, nice and good location which is near the night market (only 5-10 minutes walk distance). A very warm welcoming by the staff and our room was ready in time (they even put the aroma smell which make us feel harmony and relaxing).
Rambutan is a gorgeous boutique resort with an inviting pool, delicious restaurant, friendl...
Rambutan is a gorgeous boutique resort with an inviting pool, delicious restaurant, friendly staff, divine spa, and a relaxing vibe. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat.
Great! the breakfast is so good
service was excellent. staff were kind, polite, friendly and helpful.
The location was wonderful and we were picked up in a beautiful car with a wonderful lady c...
The location was wonderful and we were picked up in a beautiful car with a wonderful lady called Saturday (Saorouy?). She was so warm and welcoming at 6.30am in the morning. They let us bathe and settle in at the spa while our room was getting ready since we arrived so early, and let us rest. We even got to enjoy the breakfast and have our room earlier than the actual check in time. Following that we even had a chance to enjoy a trip to the waterfall with a private driver all planned by the hotel. Also my boyfriend celebrated his birthday there, and all the staff came to our room to surprise us - after surprising us with balloons and a cake in our room! it was wonderful. Tina was wonderful, Saturday and so was the managers (whose name i seem to have forgotten) But overall it was a wonderful experience. The service is amazing and beyond anything i could possibly imagine. We were sent off in a wonderful car as well and received a scarf as a welcome gift and a tshirt as a farewell gift.
This hotel Has some of the best customer service I've ever had. Stay at this hotel and sa...
This hotel Has some of the best customer service I've ever had. Stay at this hotel and save yourself time searching around.
Nice little hotel located near city center. Tuktuk ride only $1.5. Room was spacious, clean...
Nice little hotel located near city center. Tuktuk ride only $1.5. Room was spacious, clean, comfortable. Staff were friendly and helpful. Nice breakfast. Good value for money
We chose this hotel solely for its proximity to the Angkor Archaeological Park but we were ...
We chose this hotel solely for its proximity to the Angkor Archaeological Park but we were surprised by what we got from the hotel and its staff. The staff, sir Phanny most of all, are very accommodating, warm, and friendly. They made us feel at home and our entire stay was convenient. They helped us with our stuff and with our transpo to and from our destinations. The pools are also an added bonus as well as the breakfast buffet which showcases the cuisine of Khmer. I will certainly recommend this hotel to my friends. :)
Service was 5-star worthy at this boutique hotel. Recently renovated and modern, but not wi...
Service was 5-star worthy at this boutique hotel. Recently renovated and modern, but not without lots of charm. We booked using Agoda, got an amazing nightly rate. Gift and welcome drink upon arrival was lovely! The room was a great size, king-size bed, very clean, with a balcony and view of the courtyard/pool. Roundtrip travel from/to airport and full, sit-down breakfast each morning were included in price. Hotel is conveniently located, about 5-10 min walk to Pub Street, restaurants and all markets. Staff communicated well before and during the trip, even gave us a cell phone to use when at the temples. Hotel set up tuk-tuk service to Angkor Wat and other temples, our driver was with us all day. Couldn't be happier with our stay here. Our only regret is that we didn't stay longer. Highly recommend this place if you are traveling to Siem Reap!
The room is very clean and has a very high standard. The staff makes you feel at home and ...
The room is very clean and has a very high standard. The staff makes you feel at home and is very gentle and kind. The cambodian and european food was excellent. The massages were very professional and the tour guide for Angkor Wat very patient and well chosen. I felt super comfortable and welcomed at any time I had a question. I highly recommend this place. It makes you feel relaxed, it's familiar, the staff is of the kindest and discrete and I wish I would have stayed longer. It made a highlight of my trip to Angkor Wat. Thank you for caring so much about your guests and reading and fullfill our wishes! I will come again!
We loved staying at Vihara Residence. Our room was spectacular particularly for the price w...
We loved staying at Vihara Residence. Our room was spectacular particularly for the price we paid. We were on the top floor and there was no lift so it prob wouldn’t suit someone less abled but it didn’t bother us.The location was great. The staff packed us a breakfast the day we went to see Angkor Wat at sunrise. They were great st organising Tuk tuks whenever we needed. The food and drinks were great and not expensive. Pool area is small but gorgeous. Would definitely stay here again!
Traveler impressions of Siem Reap
Siem Reap is very hot season in Oct - Apr, to be advise people who visit siem reap to be bring and wear mask always, apply lotion in dry weather.
Siem Reap is dry season on Oct - April, so to be advise bring mask , lotion, mosquito spray. Combodian is friendly and some well speak english.
Bring along mosquito repellent as Siem Reap is still facing high risks of malaria and dengue fever. Remember to wear long-sleeved clothes if you intend to visit Angkor Wat from Siem Reap.
Angkor is the ancient city located outside Siem Reap.
this is obviously the supporting town for seeing angkor. angkor is the only reason to be here. if you are a diy traveler, tuk-tuk experiences can greatly influence your visit.
mr. sopheap (so-pip), tuk-tuk driver extraordinaire, literally made our visit. he guided us, gently, in so many ways. we saw things only he could have shared. you can find him under the trees, alongside the river near the riverside hotel. not sure if i'm allowed to put a number, but here it goes - 855 12 30 72 83. tell him sharron and bob sent you.
MY FIRST TIME IN SIEM REAP, AND ITS REALLY NICE, THE HISTORICAL PLACES, TEMPLES AND OTHER ACTIVITIES.
THE PEOPLE ARE VERY NICE AND ACCOMMODATING. THE FOOD IS GOOD, THE MERCHANDISE ARE CHEAP AND AFFORDABLE.ITS NICE TO GO BIKING AROUND SIEM REAP. AT THE PARK.
Siem Reap is perfect place for history lover. The Angkor Complex was huge. Take your time to appreciate the nature & architecture of the temples.
Also, don't forget to visit War Museum, Killing Field or Landmine Museum to understand the history of Cambodia.
Siem Reap makes me think of America's "boom towns" during the Wild West era, with everyone from hardworking hustlers and tuk-tuks to slow-moving gawkers and overloaded trucks filling the roads- and it even comes complete with swirling dust everywhere.
As expected, it's changed significantly since my last visit 5 years ago, and thankfully I've now managed to shoot more than enough photos of the extraordinary temples such that I no longer need to return. There's no denying the ruins are an absolute must-see for any serious traveler, but I can't imagine what one has to do to carve out any kind of time wandering through them (much less trying to photograph them) without being completely surrounded by milling hordes. Only a very few temples are accessible before 7:30 AM now, so even a pre-dawn "assault" will hardly secure any "alone time" amidst the ruins. A dozen of us were waiting to get into Pra Thom an hour before it even opened, and by 8:30 the busloads were streaming through the site. Of significant note: both the food and hotels in Siem Reap are excellent quality, especially for the price. Competition for the tourist dollar is fierce, so high quality choices abound and you're sure to find fantastic room and board if you make time to scour the reviews in advance.
I'm living in Cambodia and thought it was about time I visited the Ankor wat complex. I'd heard Siem Reap is going ahead in leaps and bounds and was surprised to relise how big the city was.
It has an international airport busier than Phnom penh's. If you are looking for nightlife in Cambodia that is not dominated by bar girls etc... Try barsteet. It's alive day and night and is family friendly. As usual a short walk up and down the street reading menues can save you money. I quite liked the look of Siem Reap and I shall return.
Siem Reap was incredible. The Colonial style buildings are beautiful and the French influence on the road system helps deal with the amount of traffic there.
The one downside, and to me it is a big one, is the lack of sidewalks. The sidewalks are taken up with parked cars, motor bikes and food stalls leaving the only place to walk on the busy street. Siem Reap is not suited for someone that wants to walk around see the shops and get a feel for the local culture (at least not in the city center). Getting around is better done by Tuk Tuk taxis (just be sure to negotiate the price first). Personally I like walking around a city and seeing the local shops that are not at the center of the tourist areas. While a tuk tuk taxi is a fun experience it is not a great way for travelers with children to get around. The Night Market, Pub Street and Art Market are all very easy to walk around with lots to see and buy. The Art Market is along the river and is quite beautiful. Pub Street offers many dining options, live music and is a great place relax after after a long day of sight seeing. The locals around Siem Reap are very friendly and helpful. The battery in my camera died and I had to buy a new one. I had to go to several places before I found the battery I needed. I had to stop and ask for directions several times. Even with the varying degrees of English ability everyone I spoke to genuinely tried to help me. A tuk tuk taxi driver ended up helping me the most and was very reasonable in his price ($3) for several stops and about 30 minutes of his time. Overall I was impressed with Siem Reap and would definitely recommend it as a travel destination.
Mini golf at Temple Golf, complete with scale miniatures of Angkor Wat and other famous crumbling temples was kooky fun.
The food was fabulous and inexpensive. Sunrise at Angkor Wat was sublime. Riding around the backstreets on electronic bikes was just plain fun.
Siem Reap is a unique and a wonderful holiday place for people of all walks life. It has potential to be one of the best attraction in the region.
However, there must be earnest efforts to maintain the cleanliness of the town through education, manpower and revival of the river.
Beautiful temples all around the city, most within an hour's drive ... I do see tourists cycling but I think it is a bit dangerous on the roads outside angkor wat.
Lots of fun !!
Visiting all the old ruined temples & understanding the culture has been a good experience to one visiting this country.
Siem Reap is a bustling town. Travel around by tuk tuk. Very cheap. $1-2 per trip. $15 buys all day. Lots of massage shops and places to eat.
Feels a very safe place but as usual in any town / city take care. People are very friendly and you will be constantly asked if you want a tuk tuk but we didn't feel pestered. Visit the War Museum $8 round trip and $5 fee and well worth it. Also worth a visit is the landmine museum (further away but can be done when visiting temples). Airport is 15-20 mins in a car or tuk tuk. The city is a real mix of modern and third world but is a great place especially with a camera in your hand.
The whole temple experience is a once in a lifetime must here. Just great that you can actually still walk around something that is that old.
Bike riding as also a must do and once you get out of the city the countryside is so incredibly interesting and beautiful.
If not for Angkor Wat, I will recommend staying shorter in this city. You need at least 2 full days to visit Angkor Wat so 3 nights stay is minimum in this city if you are visiting Angkor Wat.
If not, don't even visit this city.
Most visitors stopped in this city to go to Angkor Wat. Other than being near Angkor Wat, the city really did not have much to offer.
There were a lot of spas all over the city but the few I tried really could not make it. One of the spas even asked me to wait for around 15 minutes before their masseur arrived.
I found Siem Reap to be hot and dusty, very different to Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. The number one thing to see is of course Angkor Wat complex and it is so vast that some people buy a 3 days pass to see all of it.
If you want to do it in a day, like what we did, get an early start and end it with viewing the sunset at a temple on a hill (you can hire an elephant and rider to take you up for USD20 for 2 pax). The second thing to see is Tonle Sap lake and it's floating village and people. Here too you can watch the sunset. Sunsets and sunrises are apparently a big thing here. The third thing you may want to do is visit the museum for victims of land mines. The thing that I enjoyed most was going to a Cambodian army gun range and shooting a real 5.56mm M4, M16 and M60 machine gun! Where else in the world would they ever let you do that (middle east doesn't count)?
The city is very dusty I would recommend the local government to look seriously to solve the dusty condition of the entire city.
The city street's appearance is very important to the customers.
Siem Reap was a great place to stay. I found the night life around Siem Reap really suitable for families and singles.
It wasnt seedy like other parts of Asia and we felt really safe. There is a great selection of restaurants and it has a really great atmosphere. Siem Reap is a really cheap place to stay and eat and we would definitely consider staying there again.
Cross between a 3rd world country and Wakiki in Hawaii. A good place to make a short journey to Angkor Wat and Thom.
Also Landmind museum is worth the trip. Good spas and food.
What surprised me about Siem Reap was the differences I encountered between the different temples I visited.
The history of this civilisation is interesting. Although we only used the services of a guide on one of our 5 day stay, I would highly recommend using one at least once because he was able to point out different features in the temples and gave us some general information about Cambodia which helped me formulate an informed impression of the country. In addition to history in Siem Reap there is a nightly circus, cultural performance and there is a lively atmosphere with choices of restaurants, bands and night clubs. It also offers trips to a floating village, silkworm farm and a place where they weave lotus. Overall I would highly recommend visiting Siem Reap both for it's smallness, culture, history, food and lovely friendly people
People go to Siem Reap, mainly to visit Angkor Wat, but there's more to the city than the temples (though you should visit them!!).
However, due to the fact that tourists are required to pay in US$, I find everything a little bit too expensive, for this part of the world.
The place of Ancient City everyone should learn their history & how much their empire in the past is wonderful.
Some of the friendliest people on the planet live here. Try not to bargain too much cause these people could really use the money.
Many of the souveniors are handmade by themselves so do support by purchasing one or two things. Having heard that it was a city famous for pick pocketing, we were extra cautious with our belongings when we traveled.
Friendly people with warmly smile. A small city but full with typified old-style cultural. Buddhist should visit the Angkor Wat.
It is true that Anchor Wat is one of the best wonder in the world and considered to be a UNESCO Heritage with its sunset view.
Siem Reap has so many temples with good architectural designs.
It would be very nice if the city can take care the dusty problem and the basket for the old thing. I cannot find so much then ppl through many thing on the street.
That s not so nice for the ppl also city..
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The Angkor Archaeological Park is the city’s biggest draw. Its centerpiece is Angkor Wat, and also included is Angkor Thom and Pre Rup, a crumbling 10th century Khmer temple. Covering hundreds of square kilometers, this site will surely keep many visitors busy for days. In between visits to these ancient sites, Pub Street provides excellent mingling and dining opportunities. Regional treats such as snake and frog can be sampled in a karaoke joint or a classy Khmer restaurant. Eco-tours are also popular in the area and make for great tropical excursions. Visitors can take a peek into the city’s past as well at the sobering land mine museum. Markets open throughout the day and night provide some excellent local shopping opportunities.
International flights to Siem Reap land at Siem Reap International Airport, a 15-minute drive from the center of town. Hotels along Siem Reap Airport Road have the fastest access to the airport and are still convenient to the town center and Angkor Wat.
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