December 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond La Residence d'Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia
A stone’s throw from the empire’s legendary ancient temples, this luxurious modern retreat exemplifies traditional Khmer architecture. Here, tranquil gardens – including a pond dotted with floating lotus blossoms - provide a lush backdrop to a pool and spa on the banks of the Siem Reap River. Nearby, open-air markets attract locals and visitors fascinated by the rich colors, textiles, flavors and scents. This is a thriving town with rich heritage.
Before dawn take a tuk tuk ride through Siem Reap to the legendary ancient temple of Angkor Wat. Watch the sun rise in the orange sky over the roofline’s iconic silhouette and tour the rambling ruins – but beware of curious monkeys. Continue your ride past dramatic, centuries-old tropical trees to Angkor Thom nearby. Ride to the historic Foreign Correspondents’ Club for a French-Vietnamese lunch, and tour the Psa Leu markets to pick up silks and spices. Dine on Executive Chef Saul Garcia Ramos’ world cuisine with a Khmer twist at the hotel’s restaurant Circle.
Location of Belmond La Residence d'Angkor
Nearest Airport: REP
Amenities for Belmond La Residence d'Angkor
- 55 Rooms & Suites
- Non-smoking Property
- Pillow Menu
- Khmer Cooking Classes
- Horseback Riding
- Boat Excursions
Reviews for Belmond La Residence d'Angkor
There is no doubt that Belmond La Residence d'Angkor is a very nice hotel in a great location by the river and within walking distance to the old market and bar street. The hotel grounds are well kept with a beautiful swimming pool. Room is large and clean though lacks some characters. Breakfast is very good and service is great. Having said that, paying US$300-500/night in Siem Reap is way too much. You can find great hotels (boutique hotels or hotels under large hotel chain) with less than $150/night or even $100/night easily in Siem Reap. I am not saying  is not a good hotel, but the marginal benefit of the extra charge of US$150-350/night is too small. Too put things in context, per capita GDP in Siem Reap is +US$2000 in Cambodia. Anyway, this is just my personal opinion.
lvwei1123 - Shanghai
We stayed for three nights in the Belmond La Residence d'Angkor and really enjoyed our time. Everything was great. All employees were so kind, helpful and attentive. We had dinner at the Ember, which was really delicious. Our suite had direct access to the pool with a nice private garden terrace. The bath in the pool was a great "cool down" after all the temple visits. When you arrive at the hotel, you would never think about the hidden place behind the wall.
wiprei - Zurich, Switzerland
We stayed for the last 3 nights of a 13 day vacation to Vietnam and Cambodia. The Belmond was the perfect choice. No detail was overlooked. The rooms, the pool and environment were all superb. Most noteworthy though was the staff. Polite, professional, helpful and accommodating. The entire staff were delightful, they were focused on pleasing and ensuring a memorable experience. I would go back and recommend unconditionally.
Loved my time at the Belmond. The location is within walking distance to many shops and restaurants. Oscar provided us with a map of the area and had selected restaurants that he had personally researched. We walked past almost all of them and they all looked special. From the outside the hotel is hardly visible, but inside it is gorgeous. We didnâ€™t choose to eat breakfast which was good because I would have totally over eaten. It looked fantastic. The staff were attentive and made me feel welcomed in a big way. The pool is huge, great for laps, maybe 50 feet long.
niffermc17 - Chicago, Illinois
We stayed for longer than the average duration which enabled us to enjoy most of what this excellent hotel has to offer. Delightful and attentive staff (particular thanks to Oscar & Long whose help was much appreciated), good food at Ember and a warmth of welcome that was consistently good throughout our stay. The hotel is very central and well located and is indeed an oasis of tranquility which was greatly appreciated as we discovered that our stay coincided with the annual Water Festival. The hotel is relatively small but that makes the service even more personal and it is a credit to its management and staff.
DGGJsy - St. Brelade, United Kingdom