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Angkor Paradise Hotel
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Reviewed January 26, 2013

The first night at 10 pm I couldn't get much hot water but the next morning it was fine. Usual breakfast buffet was very good with prompt service for omelets. The AC is one temp fits all and is actually about 68 degrees no matter how much you twiddle with the heat dial. You can reduce the fan and that's about it. Room was lovely and the hotel pretty quiet. Didn't need earplugs. Bed was excellent. Then the big surprise--we decided we would just get two pieces of cake from the case in the bar. They were $5 but when the bill came apparently it was happy hour and the total cost for the two cakes was $2.50 as prices were reduced 50% before 6 pm. What a deal. Once again as happens so much in SE Asia, no locals can afford to stay here--all just tourists. It's disconcerting to see how poor the people are while you're living in luxury

Room Tip: I think the rooms that face the pool are a little quieter. We were up on 4th floor overlooking the pool.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled solo
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5  Thank garlec
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

Centrally located near heart of Siem Reap, close to Angkor Wat complex and nightlife district. Elegant lobby with restaraunt and bar. Excellent steak! Staff are english speaking and friendly. Huge swimming pool and sun deck; great for cooling off after a day of climbing temples. Room was large and comfortable with very good A/C. Water pressure was a little weak in the shower, and the electrical plugs in the room are all wired to a console on the nightstand. Other than that, great stay. Would stay there again if the opportunity presented itself.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank RockyTheDog
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Reviewed January 8, 2013

Considering we were in Cambodia, I was pleasantly surprised at the nice facility. The rooms were clean and spacious. Pool was fantastic and we used it often due to the heat. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Computer available for use in lobby. AC worked well. I would stay there again if I traveled to Siem Reap again.

Room Tip: Do not keep food in room due to tiny ants...
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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3  Thank KathyZWarsaw_Poland
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Reviewed January 5, 2013

There is nothing much wrong this hotel. Its clean, efficiently run and, most importantly, close to the main centre of Siem Reap. Most hotels claim to be in the center of Siem Reap but they are out along the Airport road and sometimes a few kilometers from the centre. This is not a problem if you want to use taxis or tuk tuks but sometimes its nice to stroll into town. The Paradise hotel allows this. Its also a short stroll from the FCC and Victoria Hotel and the Lucky Supermarket.

Minor gripes for me wre the lack of a decent evening menu. What was produced was good, tasty fare but there wasn't a great deal of choice. The breakfasts were OK with plenty of choice.

There is no aircon in the public areas and the wifi is very poor (although it is free).

The room was typical of this sort of hotel: big and cool. There is a safe, TV, freidge and kettle. I think all of the rooms have a balcony.

Room Tip: Try and get a poolside room but be wary that there are often conventions here and the pool is where the entertainment is. It can be quite loud but usually finishes aroung 11. The New Year party went on until 2. If you want to sit on you balcony in the sun (well, you might want to do this) dont go for a top floor room.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled solo
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4  Thank Simon B
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Reviewed January 2, 2013

We enjoyed our stay at the Angkor Paradise. The room was quite large, with a big bathroom, great air con, safe deposit box and generally all the things you need. A word of warning is that the mattress is rock hard, but after a long day of scrambling around the Angkor Temples, you'll be tired enough so that the hard bed doesn't matter so much. The staff are lovely and really trying hard to provide great service. They have a nice bar downstairs to enjoy a beer after a long day and we had dinner in the restaurant one night which was basic, but quite good. It's about a 20 min walk to the restaurants of Pub Street (but a fascinating one) or a short Tuk Tuk ride. Despite being located around the pool, the room was actually very quiet. We were being cautious about eating uncooked foods in Cambodia, so breakfast choices were a lilltle more restricted then we perhaps would have liked, but still adequate. There are ritzier hotels (and shabbier ones) in Siem Reap, but Angkor Paradise was a happy medium and I definitely felt like I was staying in Cambodia, rather than a stock, standard brand hotel room you may find anywhere else in the world.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Wooders1
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