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15 expert recommendations
Set on 15 acres of manicured French gardens filled with more than 20,540 species of tropical plants. Full review →
Restored landmark hotel surrounded by a 15-acre park, less than five miles from Angkor Wat. Full review →
The attractive Art Deco decor is probably this famed hotel's greatest draw.
Five miles from Angkor Wat, this colonial-style hotel fronted by 15 acres of gardens and a raised portico represents "Asian hospitality at its best." Full review →
The epitome of Colonial style and contemporary service, also one of the most established.
The Grand now ranks among the region's finest, and certainly most expensive, hotels. Full review →
This legendary hotel is the top choice for lovers of history and the finer things in life. Full review →
It has been refurbished by the Raffles group and can rightly claim to be one of Southeast Asia’s grandest hotels. Full review →
Art Deco–meets–French colonial grandeur at this iconic grand dame near Angkor Wat. Full review →
Ensconced in such opulent surroundings, you can imagine what it was like to be a tourist in colonial days. Full review →
The Raffles Grand Hotel is one of Siem Reap's oldest and finest properties. Full review →
Siem Reap’s most famous address, providing visitors with colonial elegance since 1932. Rooms, suites and villas are furnished in luxurious period style, decorated with Khmer artefacts.
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 Full review →
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. Full review →
Carefully restored French colonial retreat features a lap pool inspired by Angkor’s royal baths. Full review →
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