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Reviewed March 13, 2013

Navutu Dreams really deserves its name. Everthing is perfect: the room, the gardens, the staff.
My husband and I stayed there for three nights (mid March) and we just loved it. The free foot massage was divine. We ate dinner at the hotel restaurant every night and the food was excellent.The staff were friendly and very helpful, great fun to talk to. I would love to go back!

Room tip: We stayed. in a "grand tour" room, which was very spacious
Date of stay: March 2013
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1  Thank MARIE CHRISTINE F
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Reviewed March 12, 2013

We stayed here when visiting the Temples and Tongle Sap in February. A new hotel - built on singe suites or double storey rooms around a pools and restaurant. We had rooms nearby the salt water pool. They were large rooms, split level (entered up a couple of steps) with a service bathroom and shower area behind the main bedroom. There was a connecting door between the rooms. The shower area is a very nicely done walk in (wet floor) with good use of stonework.
The overall fittings were excellent and tasteful - older traditional/occasional furniture - modern bed, devices and flat screen TV, great aircon.
The restaurant serves a moderate range of local and western food, well prepared and appetising, and the service is very friendly and helpful from the moment you arrive. Tuk Tuks can take you to town which isnt far but we stayed in each night as the pool and the food was really enticing. The airport is close enough but not too close for comfort. A lovely boutique hotel amongst the high rise blocks - quiet and tranquil.

Date of stay: February 2013
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Thank pbcowbrae
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Reviewed March 11, 2013

My husband and I stayed here at the end of our honeymoon on March 6-9. It was a beautiful boutique resort with very friendly and attentive staff. Our room was lovely (GT-5) with plenty of space for us- a nice rain shower and deep soaker tub. Comfy bed and patio too- though the mosquitoes made for sitting on the patio a little difficult. The room was quite dimly lit at night, a few extra lamps around would probably be helpful, but that is a small thing.
Breakfasts were nice, fairly simple but enough. We had dinner there a few times and the Chef was wonderful! We also shared a very special candlelight dinner in the garden as part of the "honeymoon package." The whole staff went above and beyond for this dinner- and really seemed to take pride and joy in making it very unique for us.
Our tuk tuk driver as arranged by the hotel (Spose(?)) was also wonderful. He pretty much left us alone, but kept us hydrated and drove us wherever we wanted to go. Loved having that experience too. He even took us, with the hotel's recommendation to a hilltop far from the tourist traps for a sunset and prosecco. Hard to beat that!
We had our free foot massage and a relaxation massage before we left for 24 hours of travel home. Both were awesome and the massage was very reasonably priced ($25/hr I believe.)
All in all a beautiful spot with wonderful people. I don't think many people could be disappointed staying at Navutu.

Date of stay: March 2013
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1  Thank Karenke4
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Reviewed March 11, 2013

We stayed here for my wife's birthday & our wedding anniversary...it's very new, nicely laid out & the perfect romantic getaway! All the staff frm the manager to the tuk tuk driver were ever so friendly & helpful, same goes to most of the Cambodian people... We stayed in the explorer room which was very spacious & there's 2 shower heads..
The hotel provided us with free 'tuk tuk' for 12 hours a day, one free foot massage for 20 minutes which you really need after all the walking & also breakfast for2... There's 2 pools, one fresh water & the other salt water pool. We also also went for the sunrise tour to Angkor wat which was all arranged by the hotel.. It's really nice to get back to the hotel n relax because of the greenery around it..
Do try out il firno which serve very good Italian food owned by the hotel & for authentic Cambodian food check out mie cafe which is owned by a young Cambodian who did his training in Switzerland...
We'll definitely be back here again!

Date of stay: March 2013
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Puven
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

My husband and I (in our 30s, big on travel) stayed at Navutu Dreams for 4 nights to visit Angkor Wat and also relax a little in sunny Siem Reap. The staff was excellent. The rooms were just our style and clean (Explorer Bungalow #2), food was good. The location was a little inconvenient, but having access to a tuk tuk driver helped out. Be advised you have to continually be planning your next activity to give advanced notice to the driver. Also, in the end we liked being away from the chaos of downtown Siem Reap.

The 2 pools were great (though a bit small). The gym was ok - I used it everyday. It would be nice if they kept the air conditioning on, had more free weights, and pumped up the exercise ball - but that's just small stuff. I was grateful that they had a gym! The spa was nice (we had a few massages) but the masseuses were a bit awkward and shy - maybe that's to be expected.

Overall, we really enjoyed our experience here, and hope the hotel does well!

Room tip: We liked the explorer bungalow but if you like an outdoor shower maybe pay extra for the grand explorer.
Date of stay: March 2013
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Thank AvidTraveler76
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