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Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

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Angkor Wat's earliest sightseers stayed at the Grand Hotel d'Angkor, from whose raised veranda they climbed onto elephants' backs for the jungle journey to the temples — Star Service

Opened in 1932, the Raffles Grand d’Angkor has survived all the vagaries of recent Cambodian history and has hosted luminaries such as Charlie Chaplin, Somerset Maugham and the Clintons. — The Telegraph

Set on 15 acres of manicured French gardens filled with more than 20,540 species of tropical plants. — Afar Magazine

Restored landmark hotel surrounded by a 15-acre park, less than five miles from Angkor Wat. — Andrew Harper

It has been refurbished by the Raffles group and can rightly claim to be one of Southeast Asia’s grandest hotels. — Insight Guides

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Belmond La Residence d'Angkor

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Because of its small size, La Residence, known as Pansea by the locals, delivers personalized service as expected of an Orient-Express property. Reception welcomes arrivals at a small... — Star Service

In true Orient-Express form, this intimate, Khmer-style hideaway strikes a sophisticated balance between luxury and adventure. — Travel + Leisure

"After a day spent at the dusty archaeological sights, La Résidence is a wonderful refuge." — Condé Nast Traveler

This intimate luxury hotel, in the heart of Siem Reap, has 59 elegant suites that artfully blend traditional Khmer style with contemporary design — The Telegraph

The Belmond La Residence d'Angkor is a small luxury resort with 62 rooms set along the Siem Reap River, just a short stroll from Pub Street and the Old Market area. — Oyster

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Shinta Mani Club

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American interiors whizz Bill Bensley has worked wonders at Shinta Mani Club boutique hotel in Siem Reap, which seduces with soft lighting, fragrant scents and stylish mod-Cambodian design. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Sister property of the sparkling Hôtel de la Paix, the Shinta Mani may be older, but it remains one of the best values in Siem Reap. — Concierge

Small, carefully designed luxury boutique hotel close to the heart of Siem Reap, and offers 39 compact, extremely elegant rooms that brim with state-of-the art simplicity and are tastefully decorated. — The Telegraph

The Shinta Mani Club is one of the most unique hotels in Cambodia. — Oyster

Conveniently located in the heart of the French Quarter and set in a magnificently restored Colonial mansion, Shinta Mani is a wonderful hotel. — DK Eyewitness

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Amansara

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A historic estate turned cool, modern complex —mere minutes from Siem Reap and Angkor Wat — designed for pampering and refreshment. — Jetsetter

The jewel in the crown of Siem Reap hotels, Amansara offers exceptional service, atmosphere, and accommodations in an ambience of understated luxury. — Fodor's

Twelve of the 24 earthy suites—all done up in timber, stucco, and terrazzo—are set around a verdant, central courtyard, while the other half have private plunge pools. — Travel + Leisure

An exquisite hotel, it is favored by A-list celebrities seeking lowkey privacy. — DK Eyewitness

Set in the old guest villa of Norodom Sihanouk, the suites here are among the largest in town and some include a private plunge pool. — Lonely Planet

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Siem Reap 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An architecturally modern and chic place, this Art Deco hotel has a centerpiece courtyard crowned by a banyan tree, which is surrounded by a bar and minimalist rooms finished in dark wood. — DK Eyewitness

Art Deco gem close to Angkor Wat with a classy cocktail lounge and a French-Cambodian fusion restaurant. — Jetsetter

This is the sort of hotel you either love or hate, thanks to its contemporary design, trendy interiors and minimalist style. — Lonely Planet

Recently reopened under the Park Hyatt brand following a multimillion-dollar makeover, it remains the most personable of Siem Reap’s growing number of chain hotels. — Rough Guide

As the first Park Hyatt in Southeast Asia, there are big expectations for the brand, but they will clearly be met thanks to excellent service and amenities. — Star Service

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Sojourn Boutique Villas

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Idyllic country resort in peaceful countryside. There are just ten rooms, set in villas around a small pool. — Rough Guide

The upscale Sojourn Boutique Villas is a boutique property situated in a small village that's a 10-minute drive outside of Siem Reap. — Oyster

An upscale resort close to a small Angkor era temple and a small village, offering spacious and comfortable bungalow villas around a pool, along with one of the town’s most romantic dining options. — The Telegraph

The layout of these 10 villas, each with a pool or garden view, offers privacy and relaxation in lovingly maintained verdant grounds. — Fodor's

With boutique villas beautifully finished with a stylist’s eye, and huddled around a perfect pool with a swim-up bar, Sojourn Boutique Villas is a perfect getaway for the weary traveler. — DK Eyewitness

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Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

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Attentive service and eccentric period touches such as a cage elevator and three vintage Citroëns set this 130-room hotel apart from Siem Reap’s other colonial-luxe offerings. — Travel + Leisure

The Victoria is a popular choice for those craving the French touch in Indochine. — Lonely Planet

Just west of the Raffles botanical gardens stands this sophisticated resort modeled on a strong colonial aesthetic. — Fodor's

The Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa is one of the finest hotels in Siem Reap, and features a blend of colonial charm and modern luxury throughout its 129 rooms. — Oyster

A beautiful old Colonial villa, favoring lavish Colonial interiors, with fine cuisine, old-world service, and a fantastic spa and swimming pool. — DK Eyewitness

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Viroth's Villa

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Sitting squarely in the sweet spot between cheap guesthouse and big-box hotel——and unbeatably priced——Viroth's has a simple, clean design. — Concierge

Sitting squarely in the sweet spot between cheap guesthouse and big-box hotel—and unbeatably priced—Viroth’s has a simple, clean design that is accented by gray Khmer tile floors. — Condé Nast Traveler

This hotel is super chic and very affordable. A small boutique affair, this spot provides a private, intimate experience. — Frommer's

Minimalist and modern, this small boutique property has seven rooms finished in contemporary chic. — Lonely Planet

One of Siem Reap's most talked-about boutique stays, the relaxed and contemporary Viroth’s Villa is minimalist in style but big on value. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Heritage Suites Hotel

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In a quiet neighborhood but still close to the town center, this boutique hotel offers a calm and relaxing stay. — Fodor's

The Heritage Suites is a small boutique hotel with only 26 rooms that have fine wood floors and premium linen, along with espresso machines. — Oyster

Jacuzzi floozies will be impressed with the jet stream baths in this stylish hotel. — Lonely Planet

Secluded, luxurious Relais & Chateaux hotel with rooms and suites in a mix of colonial and contemporary styles (some with their own private gardens, including open-air shower or jacuzzi). — Rough Guide

Heritage Suites Hotel's façade hides an intimate clutch of bungalows decorated in Asian minimalist style, set in a secret garden. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Navutu Dreams Resort & Wellness Retreat

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Navutu Dreams Resort & Wellness Retreat is an upscale wellness retreat and secluded resort all rolled into one. — Oyster

The rooms are spacious and colorful, with contemporary comforts, and suites are huge with private garden and furnished veranda. — Fodor's

Set in the semi-rural suburbs of Siem Reap, Navutu Dreams offers a selection of open-plan villas set around lush gardens and three swimming pools. — Lonely Planet

Lush 28-room hideaway within easy reach of Angkor Wat, with three pools, a holistic spa and a yoga studio. — Jetsetter

This intimate and quiet luxury resort is a tropical island dream, offering 28 Mediterranean-style spacious and bright rooms and villas around three pools, along with an extensive wellness program. — The Telegraph

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Shinta Mani Resort

Siem Reap 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A hint of boutique intimacy surrounds this large hotel complex. — DK Eyewitness

The Shinta Mani Resort is a unique property, which along with its sister property across the street, is one of the finest hotels in Cambodia. — Oyster

The Shinta Mani Resort is a solid four-star hotel in central Siem Reap, offering simple rooms clustered around a pool and a great spot to hang out after a day among the temples. — The Telegraph

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FCC Angkor

Siem Reap 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Yet another in a line of resorts with black-and-white decor, the FCC Angkor takes a former French consulate and turns it into an inviting retreat along the river. — Fodor's

This branch of the FCC in Phnom Penh is more modern but with just as much character, surrounded by trees in a picturesque riverfront location. — Rough Guide

Small rooms around a pool, decent western and Asian cuisine as well as several arty shopping outlets. — The Telegraph

This funky property is a member of Design Hotels and wouldn’t look out of place in any chic European capital. — Lonely Planet

A byword for style in Cambodia, the FCC fuses contemporary cool with elegant Indochinese decor, open-plan restaurants, and stylish bars. — DK Eyewitness

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Two Dragons Guesthouse

Siem Reap 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Run by Thai-American owners, Two Dragons Guesthouse is a great place to stay with clean, well-sized rooms, a café serving tasty treats, and friendly service. — DK Eyewitness

Well-run guesthouse, popular with local expats, and with a real home-from-home feel. — Rough Guide

Two Dragons is the best budget spot for picking up good information on the temples and onward travel and meeting up with other travelers. — Frommer's

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Golden Temple Villa

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Hugely popular guesthouse in lush gardens with a range of bright, colourfully decorated rooms with a/c, hot water, DVD player and fridge. — Rough Guide

The Golden Temple Villa is a small guesthouse located near the popular Pub Street -- a drinking and dining area -- and the Old Market of Siem Reap. — Oyster

A long-running popular place with funky, colourful decor and fun outlook.The newer Golden Temple Hotel offers the four-star high life. — Lonely Planet

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Mingalar Inn

Siem Reap 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Long-running Siem Reap stalwart, and still the best cheapie in the city centre with a range of comfortable fan and a/c rooms (all with hot water and fridge). — Rough Guide

The Mingalar Inn -- formerly the Mandalay Inn -- is a budget hotel with just 36 rooms that's a five-minute walk from Siem Reap's wild Pub Street. — Oyster

This smart guesthouse promises Burmese hospitality meets Khmer smiles, offering spotless rooms plus free wi-fi and a rooftop ‘gym’. It's a friendly spot. — Lonely Planet

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Pavillon d'Orient Boutique-Hotel

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The Pavillon d'Orient is a small boutique hotel with 35 rooms, located on one of the access roads into Angkor Wat, slightly outside the town center of Siem Reap. — Oyster

Lovely place evoking the classic era of Cambodian travel in the 1920s and 1930s. Rooms are in four “mansions” scattered around a beautiful garden. — Rough Guide

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Rambutan Resort - Siem Reap

Siem Reap 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This gem of a getaway is one of the best budget accommodations around; each room is a duplex—bedroom and bathroom downstairs, and a sitting room upstairs. — Fodor's

This gay-friendly, quiet, stylish hotel with a centerpiece swimming pool, sits on the eastern side of the Stung Siem Reap, just a five-minute walk from the Old Market. — DK Eyewitness

Long a part of the iconic Golden Banana B&B empire, the (Golden) Banana Republic has now split and the outcome is this atmospheric, gay-friendly resort. — Lonely Planet

Rambutan Resort is a lovely, gay-friendly boutique hotel located on a quiet lane on the east side of the Siem Reap River. — Oyster

More boutique guesthouse than resort, with cool bungalows decorated in chic modern Asian style... breakfast included. — Rough Guide

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Bou Savy Guest House

Siem Reap 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Excellent – despite the inconvenient location – family-run guesthouse, particularly popular with volunteers and long-staying guests thanks to its homely atmosphere. There’s a mix of rooms... — Rough Guide

Bou Savy Guesthouse is a small guesthouse aimed at Siem Reap's budget market. — Oyster

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The Privilege Floor by LOTUS BLANC

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Offers 23 spotless, simple and elegant luxury rooms and suites, with private dining, a butler and chauffeur service, along with the large pool and a wonderful garden below. — The Telegraph

The four-and-a-half-pearl Privilege Floor by Lotus Blanc is a VIP-style stay available exclusively to the first-floor guests of the Lotus Blanc Resort — Oyster

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Phum Baitang

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Siem Reap’s latest resort, with 45 villas on stilts amid lemongrass fields and rice paddies, puts a serene, five-star spin on the area’s traditional wooden farmhouses. — Travel + Leisure

Inspired by traditional Khmer wooden houses, Phum Baitang’s private villas are dotted around a sprawling estate of landscaped grounds and verdant paddy fields. You’ll be hard-pressed to... — Mr & Mrs Smith

Within the resort lie two restaurants, two bars, a boutique, a 50 metre infinity pool and a Spa. — The Telegraph

An eight-acre sprawl of lush jungle, lemongrass, and paddy fields hidden in the sleepy Cambodian countryside. — Condé Nast Traveler

A collection of 45 private villas set in eight hectares of secluded gardens and rice fields, just ten minutes’ drive from Siem Reap. — Wallpaper

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