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I had the most pleasant stay at Maison557 in May. I stayed here as a solo traveller for 4 days and being my first trip, I was thrilled that Maison557 delivered above and beyond what I expected! Pam, the manager was just so helpful in...More
This was my wife's and my first trip to Siem Reap, and we discovered this delightful place while doing research on where to stay. Ultimately we decided on the villa, and our experience was great from the moment we stepped into the property! We are...More
We stayed here for two nights, Pam couldn’t have been more helpful telling us all the things to do in Siem Reap and advice on the temples. And answered all questions I had before we had arrived. The rooms were lovely with filtered water provided...More
I stayed very briefly at Masion 557 on my way back through Siem Reap to head home, and it was delightful. The location is great, and the hotel is a little green oasis at Wat Bo Street, close to downtown Siem Reap physically while being...More
We spent 3 nights at Maison 557 and it was definitively the best stay we enjoyed during our trip in Vietnam and Cambodia. If you do not like the large, anonymous hotels which seem to pop up overnight in Siem Reap, and prefer an intimate,...More
Hi, we offer a couple of options for sunrise. Either we provide a breakfast box which you take with you for your 5am or 5.30am departure (depending on which time of year you visit) or you return post sunrise to enjoy... More
Hi, we offer a couple of options for sunrise. Either we provide a breakfast box which you take with you for your 5am or 5.30am departure (depending on which time of year you visit) or you return post sunrise to enjoy breakfast which begins at 7am.
We have many guests who visit the sunrise, return for breakfast, rest and then return to the temples or a visit again mid morning.
Sunrise is a very busy time at Angkor Wat so the returning strategy is a good one and lets the crowds thin out.
Hope this helps