First, our room was massive! Second, we have free breakfast every morning. It gets pretty boring though after 3 days but it’s filling and free so we stuff ourselves every morning before trampling to and exploring the temples. The breakfast spread consists of fried rice, fried noodles, bacon and sausages, eggs, hash browns and French toast and some bread. Third the hotel is centrally-located and it seems to be an institution in this area hence the tuktuk (rimo, in Khmer language) drivers have no problem finding this hotel. Some downsides, the hotel looks dated and frankly, a bit old and dusty/musty. It’s not too bad though since we didn’t get skin allergies or the like, so go ahead and book it if you’re not too squeamish about old hotels. You can see pics here:
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- Angkoriana Hotel, Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia. Is one of the most unique hotels in Siem Reap. With the Khmer style building and the wooden stairs, with our lovely swimming pool & much more ... ... more less
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