We stayed three nights at the Purple Mangosteen - it really is a hidden gem because it hasn't yet been exploited by Lonely Planet and overrun with tourists. The hotel itself is in the best location in the city - right in the middle of The Alley, close to Pub Street and the night market and a glut of tuk-tuks waiting to take you to Angkor. We enjoyed our room and cocktails on the rooftop, but this was the only hotel we stayed in Asia that did not offer a complimentary breakfast. Our only criticism is that the hotel was quite noisy at night - no fault of the owners but for two reasons - 1) the locks on the doors are fiddly and you are sometimes woken by late comers/early risers struggling to lock up, and 2) because of the central staircase that leads to the rooftop. People click clacking down the stairs all night - not a great way to end a long day at Angkor.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Central Prestige D'Angkor (Formerly The Purple Mangosteen) is a small boutique Hotel with 6 stylish rooms in the heart of the historic centre of Siem Reap. It is located in the fashionable lane tucked behind the Old Market which still has some of the last original shop houses that are now art cafés, restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Only a few steps away from the vibrant night life of the Old Quarter this Hotel is quiet with elegant fully air-conditioned rooms. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a rain shower and a full range of locally produced cosmetics for the guests to sample. ... more less
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