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Amansara in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Home to the majestic Angkor Wat temples, Siem Reap is the cultural capital of Cambodia. When staying here, it is only fitting to choose a sanctuary as stylish and serene as the temples themselves. At Amansara, the intimacy of just 24 suites --many with their own private pools-- is paired with superb service and an uncompromising dedication to design. Formerly the guest villa of King Norodom Sihanouk, this exquisite private garden compound offers the inviting ambiance of a gracious home, where fellow guests socialize like old friends in the Dining Room or at the pools.
Just minutes from the entrance to the Angkor Wat temple complex, you will spend your days exploring this ancient architectural wonder. Stroll the tranquil perimeter of Angkor Wat, marvel at the mystery of the faces of the Bayon, and swoon over the intricacies of Banteay Srei. And for the experience of a lifetime, take a helicopter flight to the Thai border temple of Preah Vihar. After a day of walking around temples, there is no better way to unwind than at the spa, beginning with an Amansara foot cooler.
Location of Amansara
Nearest Airport: REP
Amenities for Amansara
- General Information
- 12 Guest Rooms
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Amansara
Our visit to the world heritage sites of Angkor Wat was a great succes and this is entirely due to the management, Mrs. Astrid Killian (GM) and Mr. Romain Gayrard (F&BM) and their well trained staff of the Amansara. They organised a perfect visit to the sites of Angkor Wat early in the morning, when it is still calm and cool, with a very good private guide and a chauffeur. The Amansara is quiet and serene, the food is excellent and the rooms are stylish. In the evenings you can attend interesting performances or readings. Management and staff are very attentive and hard working and in doing so they made our stay and visit to this beautiful place unforgettable.
Rsmlb - Ghent, Belgium
Being welcomed with a VIP arrangement to get through immigration is a Great start. Being transported in a Mercedes oldtimer on the Road passing Angkor Wat is Great Fun. But the real thing starts in the hotel itself. IT is so relaxing with a perfect service all the time, everywhere on the spot. The staf is so well trained, and on a very high level of hospitality. Special thanks to Romain with his Natural french charm, but working hard all day long to please the guests. What delicious food! We were very happy with the visits to the temples although very early in the morning. But iT was very worthy to get up that early. Astrid is a wonderful manager and we were delighted with the Cambodian dancers in a special show for the guests on the courtyard. The wizzard from Montenegro Made us very curious and we plan to visit the aman overthere and hope to see him back enjoying his perfect service. Many thanks to all the local people Whose names were unfortunately for them to difficult for us to remember. A perfect quiet heaven after visiting the amazing temples in the early morning.
ddmmBelgium - Ghent, Belgium
Spent 3 weeks on a first-time trip to Asia. Shanghai, Hong Kong, Viet Nam and ended with Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Amansara was a great finish to our travels. Not 100% perfect but close. As many have remarked, the staff was outstanding. The meals were excellent. The resort itself is just beginning to show its age. The grounds are beautiful. The setting serene. Our minor issue was in our suite. Beautiful and light filled, open spaces, tall glass windows looking out to a plunge pool and patio. A bit â€śwhite and starkâ€ť though for me. Our first moment of â€śwhat is this?â€ť were the two stone sinks. At first glance we thought it was just dirt. However we realized the multiple black spots were not rinsing away. Unfortunately they looked just like black mold. Now, everything else was clean and in order, so it became obvious that this â€śblack mold looking substanceâ€ť was permanent in the stone. It was unsightly. I really think management should clean or replace these sinks. The second minor issue were the doors on each closet. They did not close properly. They were double doors and one door would not close, it was slightly off so it just banged against the other door, This should be an easy fix. An adjustment to the hinges? Hard to believe staff hasnâ€™t seen BOTH of these. Again, minor issues, but any 4-5 star hotel would address this. Back to the Oasis. After full days of temple excursions, local bike rides, a museum visit, returning to the calm of Amansara was greatly appreciated. I have to repeat that the one unknown at any establishment is the caliber of the staff. Hands down, Amansara excelled.
hhreese - Los Angeles, California
Excellent in all respects. Angkor is not easy to visit due to the large number of tourists. Staying at Amansara makes it possible due to the focus and organisation the hotel offers. If you want to visit Angkor, this is where you stay. Food is outstanding. We had an issue at some point that was dealt with quickly and emphatically by senior management. Strong recommendation.
TheGlobalGrownUp - London, United Kingdom
We had a privilege to visit Amansara for 3 nights. Everything about the place is fantastic, but what makes it unique are the people working there. Everyone, from GM to the cleaning lady and gardener are doing their job with passion and pride and you can feel that. At the end, special Thank You to the American Chef de Cuisine and to Montenegrin F&B wizard Dragan. Two amazing guys, great food - great service!