A friend had booked a room for me in this hotel for four nights. I was on the ground floor, and was very happy with the room. Air conditioning worked well, and although I was close to the reception area, the room was quiet, clean and comfortable A large double bed and some oversized furniture is used to furnish the room. Cambodian furniture is massive, a cherry red color and practically speaking, immovable. Had NO problems with the internet and had a good nights sleep. Outside the hotel are tuk tuks - dedicated to the hotel - ready to whisk away any visitor to any part of the city one chooses to vist. The drivers do speak English. Breakfast is served on the roof of the hotel, and for a vegetarian the selection was adequate - barely. Cost of the buffet is USD 5.00 Alongside the rooftop breakfast room (terrace) there is a small swimming pool, more suited to those who wish to cool off, rather than those hoping to swim laps. Overall, I was very satisfied with the hotel. A couple of major markets are within walking distance. Vit KIng restaurant (exclusively vegetarian) IS close by, but the selection is pretty limited unfortunately. Siem Reap is a nice town, well worth spending a few days in. Pretty much wherever one would want to go (with the exception of some attractions like Angkor Wat), is within walking street - the entertainment hub, and tourist market - Pub Street is nearby. If staying more than a night, ask for a discounted rate. The reception desk staff are helpful and well informed.…
The staff were friendly and helpful but... We'd stayed in their lovely Okay Boutique Hotel in HCMC, but this Siem Reap building is not really up to the same standard - despite excellent reviews around 2014 something has gone a bit wrong. Most wondows look onto the walls and windows of the neighbouring hotel so dark. Shower over the toilet. Unpleasant smelling water - not the case in the rest of the street. So whatever the staff do they seem stuck with it. I hope I'm not being too critial - not the worst in the world or anything - but we just couldn't stay there. Other places just along the road - like Exotica run by Trevor - excellent standards and he runs a local charity.
Nothing great but rooms were clean and while we were there they had 20% off food and beverage. About a 10min walk to pub street or $2-3 in a tuk tuk. The security guard is hilarious and most of the staff were wonderful. It was clean, safe and secure.
Loved this hotel and stayed for 6 nights. It's decor is definitely bold and may not be to everyone's taste. The room was massive with two large queen beds. The bathroom a little crazy as everything got wet and the water pooled on the floor but just stepped over it. Breakfast was enjoyable at the roof top restaurant in the mornings and to enjoy drinks in the evenings. Great swimming pool also on the roof. The hotel have their own tuk tuk drivers with good rates though don't bother with the massage as room and shower area grotty and far too expensive.
We were hoping for a stay similar to the same company’s hotel in Phnom Penh. However, the standards were not so high, the location not so good, and the staff not so helpful. The laundry took three days instead of the promised one day, so I had to go buy clothing while we waited. The breakfast, included in the price, was à la cart. When I ordered muesli I got half a cup of plain raw oats. When I sent it back and got an omelette instead, it was runny. We didn’t take a chance on breakfast again.The Tuk Tuk ostensibly scheduled at the front desk the night before for 5:30 AM to get us to the airport on time never showed. We were on our own. The manager said it was useless to call a taxi that time of day. We had to haul our luggage a block down the road to flag someone down.