Great accommodation services are all what is in store for you when you visit some of six best great hotels in Cambodia. We have highlighted some of the key features that make these hotels a success.
Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Being the best hotel in Cambodia, the hotel features one hundred and eight guest rooms and suites. It has two restaurants that feature a retail bakery and a bar. The hotel has great meeting facilities, a fitness center, a spa and two swimming pools. The hotel situated near the well renowned Angkor 12th century ruins, a world heritage that is believed to be among the largest preindustrial cities of the world. Angkor Wat, the world largest religious temple is also located near the great hotel.
Sofitel Angkor Phoke-ethra Resort
Being one Cambodia five star hotels, this great hotel has some of the most luxurious amazing and accommodations facilities you can ever dream of. The located near the great Angkor Wat world heritage, you will notice it’s amazing French and Khemr architectural design. The hotel features beautiful lawn gardens, swimming pools, lakes, spas, two bars, five restaurants, a world class eighteen hole luxurious golf course and great banquet facilities. There are over 23 suites and 238 distinguishing guest rooms that have free internet access plus magnificent designer Sofitel beds. The rooms are quiet spacious and have scenic gardens designed for your comfort; you will also enjoy fantastic pool views among other amenities (image by 俊明 李).
This luxurious hotel has some amazing history behind its success, its name Sothea refers to a woman married to a rich tycoon and the hotel was built as a sign of paying tribute to her 50th birthday. The hotel setting showcases natures beauty at its best, this can be seen from the landscaped gardens, fountains and other water accents that are integrated with Cambodian heritage, Khmer artisanship and sealed is by a unique and highly advanced architectural designs that signifies the achievements of engineering. Alila Sothea happens to be the only resort that offers butler services in each suite.
Grand Hotel D’Angkor
This luxury hotel features, the Raffles spa, an award winning pampering spa, exotic Khmer cuisines at Le grand Restaurant, the mighty Elephant bar where champagne cocktails, fine wine and signature Airvata is served. You can opt for a private dining experience at some of the bravura temples in Angkor. The hotel stands on over fifteen acres of skillfully landscaped French gardens which you can stroll on while spending cool afternoons with your family. You will also enjoy to be ferried on an elegant cage elevator. You can also get some unique souvenirs from Psaar Chaa traditional market that located within the resort (image by Raffles Hotels & Resorts).
Amansara poses as the cultural center of the primeval Khmer civilization. The hotel comprises of twelve suite resorts and is just a 10 minute walk from the Angkor entrance, its private compound acts as a home base for most travelers who seek to learn more of Cambodia history and culture. The hotel features twelve great suites that are similar in all aspects and are uniquely finished with terrazzo and timber.
Sokha Angkor Resort
The hotel is located in Siem Reap and the old market place is just a walking distance away. The airport is just a ten minute drive and just a fifteen minutes walk from Wat temples. It has more than 188 suites that exhibit the height of Angkorian architecture. Earthy muted colors welcome you to your king size bed that stands adjacent to a well decorated dressing area, the room also has a comfortable writing desk and a spacious living area. Each suite has ceiling fans, twin telephones that allow free internet access, cool music system and an air conditioner. You will enjoy staying at the hotel.
You might consider living in any of these five star hotels to enjoy these and other services on your next travel to Cambodia
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