Agoda screwed us over by booking us into Angkorwall HoHo on NYE and over booking it leaving us with nowhere to stay. We arrived from Bangkok after a long travel hoping to have some rest before venturing out for the new year. Was recommended Rosy by the famous Cashewnut guest house. What a treat! 20 min walk to town(all the action, pub St. Night market etc. paid 20usd for comfy room with ac, nice beds, was only available for 1 night, was moved into an 8usd room with fan- such good value!!! Can't say enough- definitely changed my view of guesthouses! Awesome food, free games and dvds, happy hour is great. They are not pushy at all! English owned i think? Not one but did we feel hassled and rooms were clean! Siem Reap is amazing also!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With beautifully decorated, spotless rooms to suit all budgets and a continually developing Responsible Tourism policy emphasizing local community projects, staff development and eco-friendly alternatives Rosy Guesthouse brings you quality, comfortable accommodation with a conscience. Facilities include free, unlimited WiFi; large, relaxing balcony; big screens showing sports events and movies; pool table; bustling, fully stocked bar and restaurant with a range of delectable Asian and European foods. Located in quiet riverside setting. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Rosy Guest House Hotel Siem Reap