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Tranquil villa enclave in the grounds of a grand guesthouse that once belonged to King Norodom Sihanouk, 10 minutes from the ruins of Angkor Wat. Full review →
This modernist guesthouse, commissioned by King Sihanouk in 1962, is the place to stay in Siem Reap.
Hosting the likes of former French President Charles de Gaulle, and Jacqueline Kennedy, the classic 1960s structure is in an "excellent location," minutes from Angkor Archaeological Park. Full review →
An exquisite hotel, it is favored by A-list celebrities seeking lowkey privacy.
The jewel in the crown of Siem Reap hotels, Amansara offers exceptional service, atmosphere, and accommodations in an ambience of understated luxury. Full review →
The outside world melts away when you step into this complex. Full review →
A historic estate turned cool, modern complex —mere minutes from Siem Reap and Angkor Wat — designed for pampering and refreshment. Full review →
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. Full review →
A guard slides the black, solid steel gate behind a white brick wall to admit guests to Amansara, the ultra-private resort across the road from the Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor in Siem Reap. Full review →
Amansara was originally built in 1962 as a guesthouse for visitors of King Sihanouk, and as such many famous dignitaries once graced the building, including Jackie Onassis and Charles de Gaulle. Full review →
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. Full review →Opt for one of the retreat’s newest off-site activities—early morning yoga at Angkor Wat, where you’ll enjoy sun salutations by the tranquil North Gate.
5 Star Hotel