Siem Reap Cambodia Sheraton Hotel
Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor is the perfect setting for an overnight stay in the city, overlooking the city and its breathtaking landscape. The young and entertaining crowds are attracted by the vividly decorated rooms with private balconies overlooking the tropical pool and gardens. There are landscaped gardens, terraces and even a roller coaster in the pool area.
Each of the 24 rooms has its own pool, but there are two more to choose from and a pampered spa. After dinner, the resort offers an open-air bar and restaurant, as well as a restaurant and bar area for the evening.
Here you will find a great mix of Khmer and international cuisine and you can organize special events such as weddings, funerals and other special occasions. There are some fantastic restaurants and a diverse range of culinary options beyond the fantastic. Some of the remarkable restaurants have award-winning dishes, from the famous Phnom Penh's Khao San Roi to the world famous Phuon Chai, but you will also find a great mix of Khmer, international cuisine and cuisine.
The food on the Apsara Terrace is an essential experience, as it is surrounded by a lush garden and traditional landmarks. There is the pool terrace, surrounded by fragrant frangipani trees, and then the pool terrace with a beautiful view of the city.
There is also a restaurant that offers a good mix of Khmer and Western food, and there is a range of Cambodian treatments for guests to explore the ancient Khmer rituals. Raffles Spa works to create a range of products that appeal to body and mind alike.
The resort is actively giving back to the community through a number of initiatives, and the next generation of Cambodian hoteliers is being developed through various training programs that support the education of young people in the tourism industry in Cambodia and elsewhere in the world. We make every event special by creating magical celebrations, from weddings to birthdays that will be remembered forever. Each of us has a special connection to the people and services that make our celebrations exceptional.
If you bring your whole family here to enjoy something amazing together, you will find that there are many options for your family at Guru Guru. If you fancy a resort-style resort and want to be out of town, Shinti Mani Resort is perfect for you. The best place to stay in Siem Reap if you are looking for resort style and luxury, and you will not be disappointed.
If you are looking for a quiet place, Be Angkor Hotel is a good choice if you want to be in the heart of the city near the old market. For a similar price, you can also consider the traditional boutiques, decorated with dark wood and light colours. If you are looking for something smaller, try Viroth Villa, which is more of a small boutique hotel than a villa.
The interior is inspired by the old city of Angkor and features a mix of traditional and modern design elements. The rooms are furnished with objects that reflect the history of the city, such as statues, monuments, statues and statues of ancient gods.
The aim is to incorporate traditional Cambodian elements in the rooms, the spa and the restaurant in a modern way. The hotel is decorated to preserve the original character and charm of the hotel by using custom-made Cambodian linen.
It is located in the centre of the main building and has a balcony overlooking an Angkor Royal Bathing Pond, which is modelled on the Royal Palace in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh. Inspired by the uniform of a royal palace, there are different coloured trousers for each day of the week.
Siem Reap also features a number of beautiful gardens and botanical products, and the private terrace has day beds and sun loungers for relaxing, ideal for breakfast or a romantic dinner. Le Grand can be divided into two rooms: Banteay (Srei) and Le La Grand (Bayon), both with ceramic sculptures from the 13th century inspired by the Bayon Temple. Both rooms have a balcony and overlook the French garden landscape and overlook Angkor temples, including Angkor. Each room has a balcony and access to a private terrace overlooking the Royal Bathing Pond and the Angksor Temple, which includes a large pool, pool house and waterfall.
The state rooms have balconies overlooking the garden and the pool, while others act as loungers for relaxation. Each room has a balcony from which to enjoy the view and fresh air, and the rooms have a private terrace overlooking the Royal Bathing Pond, Angksor Temple and the Temples of Angkor.
The most romantic suite is the Cabana Suite, which is best suited for a romantic getaway overlooking the Royal Bathing Pond, Angksor Temple and the Temples of Angkor. The suite has a private terrace overlooking the French garden and a decent-sized swimming pool surrounded by a landscaped courtyard. Ideal for business or leisure, the Cabana Suite features a living area that can be separated by curtains with direct access to the pool.