Hotel Facilities
General

24-Hour Front Desk, Restaurant/Cafe, Bar, Air Conditioning, Airport Transfer, Breakfast in the Room, Tropical Gardens, Tour and Transport Services, Non-Smoking Rooms, Designated smoking areas are available.

Activities

Our staff will be pleased to advise you on individual excursions and temple routes, arrange transportation both within Siem Reap and to other locations in Cambodia, book tickets for shows, assist you in planning charity work, and organise visas.

While the main tourist destination is the vast Angkor region with the spectacular temples of, among many others, Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and Baphuon, Siem Reap and the surrounding area offer a wide range of activities to suit tourists' differing interests.

Those who enjoy an active vacation can explore the unspoilt villages and rice fields by quad bike, or sail through the floating village to the Tonle Sap River. Excursions can be arranged further afield to the natural resorts of the Kulen Mountains and Kbal Spean.

Tourists interested in history and culture can visit the Angkor Museum or the Landmine Museum, or spend an evening sampling Khmer food while watching Khmer classical dancing.

Siem Reap abounds with fabulous handicrafts: silks, woodcarvings, silverware, lacquer work and oil paintings can all be found at negotiable prices in the Old Market and the Night Market.

At night there is a fabulous choice of Khmer, Western and Asian food in the Old Market area and in Pub Street. Whether you wish a quiet evening in a small, welcoming restaurant or to watch the crucial football match in a sports bar - or prefer to dance the night away in a club, all the shops, cafes, restaurants and bars are easily reached on foot.

We have listed the most popular excursions and activities together with information on the travel and transport arrangements with which we can assist you. For further information and current prices please speak with the reception staff.

BALLOON RIDE OVER ANGKOR WAT
Just west of Angkor Wat, a touring company offers an exciting - and different - way to appreciate the ruins without fighting the hordes of tourists and touts. Seeing the site from 600 feet in the air gives a new perspective on just how massive the temple complex really is.

ANGKOR NATIONAL MUSEUM
The Angkor National Museum houses thousands of artifacts recovered from Angkor Wat and the surrounding areas in an impressive building. Art, statues, and well-planned video presentations make this museum well worth a visit.

KAMPONG PHLUK
About 13 miles from Siem Reap, Kampong Phluk is a fishing village constructed on stilts in the swamps around Tonle Sap Lake, the largest lake in Cambodia.

Only a handful of tourists make the journey by boat or bus to Kampong Phluk, which has helped the village retain much of its authenticity. This is the place to go to see daily Khmer life away from the influence of heavy tourism.

CAMBODIA LANDMINE MUSEUM
The Cambodia Land Mine Museum was founded by a former child soldier whose parents were killed by the Khmer Rouge and is staffed by victims and orphans of mines. Although sobering, the Land Mine Museum is a real piece of Cambodia away from the tourism glam.

MILITARY SHOOTING RANGE
Watched one too many action movies and want to give it a try? Forty minutes from Siem Reap, tourists may shoot an array of automatic weapons at an old military shooting range. Where else will you have the opportunity to fire an AK-47 or throw a live hand grenade?

DR BEAT RICHNER
Dr. Beat Richner from Switzerland has been helping the children of Cambodia since 1992 and has even appeared in films. Every Saturday evening around 7 p.m. Dr. Richner gives a free cello performance at the Jayavarman VII Children's Hospital to anyone wishing to see - and help - his efforts to give local kids a better future. Donations accepted


ARTISANS D'ANGKOR
Artisans Angkor is a Cambodian social business which was originally created to revive Khmer cultural heritage while helping young rural people finding work near their home village.Since its creation at the end of 1990s, Artisans Angkor has strived to provide professional skills to communities with limited educational opportunities and has offered good working conditions and social advantages to its employees. It has now opened 42 workshops in Siem Reap province and it provides employment to over 1300 people, including more than 900 artisans.


WAT THMEI
Siem Reap suffered horribly under the Khmer Rouge, and the areas victims are commemorated today in this monastery. A glass-walled stupa on the premises holds a mass of bones belonging to massacre victims. Like its counterpart Tuol Sleng in Phnom Penh, Wat Thmei provides a stark reminder of the insanity that ruled Cambodia in the 1970s.

THE ANGKOR CENTRE FOR CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY
The Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB) is the first nature conservation centre in Cambodia. The ACCB contributes to the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in Cambodia through activities in different fields. Join us on a guided tour of the rescue centre.

PREK TOAL BIRD SANCTUARY
The Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary has become one of the most important breeding grounds for endangered water birds in Southeast Asia. Located in the marshes of Tonle Sap Lake, this bird sanctuary provides a chance to tour by boat and see rare birds outside of captivity.

PHNOM KULEN NATIONAL PARK
Phnom Kulen, some 60 kilometers from Siem Reap, attracts locals to make the pilgrimage to pray at this holy site.

PHARE, THE CAMBODIAN CIRCUS
An astonishing immersion into Cambodian Modernity. Phare, The Cambodian Circus is the only venue in Cambodia featuring a daily theatrical circus show of international standard.


QUAD-BIKING
The American made quads are well maintained and are a safe and fun way to see the surrounding countryside. take a ride through the villages, rice paddies and temples of Siem Reap Province and get a real insight into this beautiful country and its friendly people.

Whether you want a relaxing sunset tour with the family or an extreme adventure 2 day ride to the remote temple of Koh Ker, there is a package to suit everyone.

KHMER COOKERY COURSES
Make a date to learn the secrets of Khmer cooking at one of Siem Reaps cooking schools. After picking your favourite dish from the menu, join one of the classes and you will be taught how to prepare the dish for yourself by one of our Khmer chefs.

TRAVEL, ACCOMMODATION AND VISA ARRANGEMENTS
Our staff can advise and assist you on all onward travel arrangements to other areas of Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Battambang), accommodation and excursions, visa extensions in Cambodia, travel to and visas for other countries within the South East Asian region.

Services

LAUNDRY SERVICE:
*We wash your personal clothing on request, in a maximum turn-around time of 24 hours.
AIRPORT/BUS STATION TRANSFER TO HOTEL:
*We offer free transfer from Siem Reap Airport or Bus Station to the hotel for stays of 2 nights or more.
*Complimentary bottle water is provided every day for each of our guests.
*Bicycle Rental, Concierge Service, Currency Exchange, Dry Cleaning, Ironing. Service, Laundry, Massage, Cafe/Restaurant, Bar, Ticket Service, Tour Desk.
*TRAVEL, ACCOMMODATION AND VISA ARRANGEMENTS
Our staff can advise and assist you on all onward travel arrangements to other areas of Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Battambang), accommodation and excursions, visa extensions in Cambodia, and visas for travel to other countries within the South East Asian region.

Internet

Free High Speed Wireless Internet Connection is available in all rooms and common areas.

Parking

Free Parking is available for cars, motorbikes, and bicycles.
Reservation is not required.

Food & Beverages

We serve European / Continental & Cambodian dishes.

Room rates do not include breakfast.
A variety of breakfast options from our A La Carte menu are available in the range of US$3-US$5.