Although very crowded, nice hotel. Nice food and drinks. First night we slept in a hotel across the street because there were no more rooms in the Happy Guesthouse (despite our reservation..). This was not very dissapointing because the other hotel was good and had friendly staf.
Second night in the Happy Guesthouse: room was oke, quite clean and hot water. Staf was nice but because there were so many, the mutual communication was not good. We constantly had to ask our questions 3 or 4 time to different people. Chaos all over.
Saw the sunrise at angkor with our own tuc-tuc driver (hotel staf) which was great fun! His engish was fine, as was the engish of some staf, but most of them did not speak great english. They promised us some breakfast on the day of departure but unfortunately nobody was awake so no breakfast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a Khmer family-run business that aims to provide our guests with a home away from home. The stuffs are friendly and my family members can speak English, French and Vietnamese. Pay less but get more services like you stay in a more expensive guesthouse because the rooms are clean with private bathroom, shoes, soap, toilet paper and provide a water on arrival day, room cleaning service. My family will give you the best and the most honest advices about your stay in Cambodia. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Happy Guest House Hotel Siem Reap