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Angkor Paradise Hotel
Ranked #101 of 356 Hotels in Siem Reap
Certificate of Excellence
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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“Overall, its' a picturesque hotel”
Reviewed May 1, 2013

At first impression, the lobby is a wee bit dodgy but the pool area is relaxing!

The 2 things my friends & I didn't like are the breakfast prepared for our sunrise at Angkor Wat & there are no morning call given on the day of our trip to sunrise Angkor wat as requested from us the day before.

The breakfast packed is just a couple of dry bread, butter, a boil egg & some rambutan.
We were stunned by the breakfast.......and decided to have a decent breakfast at the café at Angkor Wat! Which we had the best coffee with milk, EVER! LOLz

I love the cleanliness of this hotel. Its' abit old but its' a quaint accommodation on an easy budget. Would I go back again if I come back to visit siem reap? Nupe, because there's other hotels to try out.

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  • Stayed April 2013, traveled with friends
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Doncaster, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 30, 2013

Spent 3 nights at this hotel, it is very well situated for the temples.
Go to see these temples as early as you can maybe because of the heat but it does get full of people as the day goes on.
The hotel is large and as a good pool area .
Breakfast is good .
Rooms are large and comfortable
The hotel is near the markets and entertainment areas, namely Beer Street
The hotel is very near the International airport but there is no noise from the aeroplanes, and if you are heading for home from here don't bother with a car just get a tuk-tuk.

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 29, 2013

The internet connection does not exist beyond the lobby. The breakfast and lunch facilities are served in a massive dining hall giving the experience of eating in a giant school canteen. The rooms are somewhat worn, and the place is full of large tour groups or business meetings.

The pool is good, and the fitness room is passable. The staff I experienced were abrupt when I requested their assistance in contacting a local airline office to change a flight.

This hotel will be great for people looking for a mass tourism experience. But the location is shut off from the rest of Siem Reap (you are at the end of the long dual carriageway that runs up to the airport) so there is nowhere really to walk to once outside the hotel. It lacks any charm or personality. There are not really any good restaurants to go locally in the evenings (some local BBQ places which were ok, or a massive buffet/dace show which was disappointing both in terms of food and dance).

I've stayed in other places in Siem Reap, and would recommend to stay closer to the centre, and somewhere smaller where you know you will get a more personalised service.

  • Stayed March 2013, traveled on business
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Reviewed April 28, 2013

We stayed here for five nights in December and loved it. All staff were incredibly friendly and accomodating. The lobby is very impressive and luxurious (in fact, it was so posh we thought we were in the wrong place, lol). We arrived after dark and the ride from the airport had been very short, but still they welcomed us with lovely refreshing cool towels and drinks. Speaking of the airport - it is only about 15 minutes which is so convenient but we did not hear a single plane the entire time we were there. So if you are worried about noise caused by the hotel being so close, worry no further; it won't be an issue.

We had an executive suite which was beautifull decorated. The bed was officially the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in. The bathrooms (yes...two) are large and have everything you need, and there are widescreen TVs in both the sitting room and the bedroom. The room was always immaculately clean and the hallways always had a beautiful lemongrass smell to them...not sure what the staff did there but it was so nice to come out to in the mornings!

A lot of tour buses use this hotel, as well as people travelling for business. Understandably 95% of people there are there to see the temples, as most people in Siem Reap are. I highly recommend this hotel because it's on the Angkor side of the city and is only about five to ten minutes drive to the main gate of the Archaeological Park. A tip for temple viewing: go out as early as you can, no later than 7am, then come back when it gets too hot at around 11am. Have a little swim or a nap and head out again at around 3pm until the sun sets. This hotel was a beautiful cool refuge to come back to during the heat of the day and those midday naps in the cool air conditioning of our room were delicious.

Speaking of heading out to the temples, the hotel can arrange a driver for you if you would like to get around by car, and the price is cheap. But if you want the real Cambodian experience hire a tuk tuk driver for the day. There are a group of drivers just to the left of the hotel who will drive you around all day for around $15. We used a driver by the name of Mr Chea and can highly recommend him. Also, don't be afraid to eat at some of the local restaurants in the street just near to the hotel. Be VERY careful crossing the road (it's busy and nobody has time to wait for you...lol) and go have a look at what they have to sell. We got a delicious meal of noodles and fried rice for two of us, plus glasses of iced tea each, for $4. And I'm sure the locals pay cheaper but I don't even care...we used to pay $6 for a meal for two plus drinks in Bali and we thought that was awesome, but this beats that. Many of the restauranteurs speak English and are very welcoming, plus it's a great way of mixing with the locals who will love to have a chat also.

The only area I would say where this hotel can improve would be the food...breakfast was very varied, but there was a lot of white breads and refined flour products. I would have liked to see more wholegrain things and mueslis. The bar in the lobby is nice but the cocktails are small (strong, but small). And although the cakes are nice they appear to not be fresh - I do understand it's difficult to keep things fresh in this heat but perhaps if the cakes were made on site it might be nicer. Just an idea.

On the whole, thanks Allson Angkor Paradise Hotel for a lovely stay.

Room Tip: Front rooms are fine. Traffic noise was no issue.
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 13, 2013

I really enjoy staying at Angkor Paradise hotel during my holiday in Siem Reap it. I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. The hotel was great, staff very helpful and friendly, the room is nice and clean with hug swimming pool. This hotel was recommended by one of friend who used to stay there. The hotel is very near to town. It is easy to walk the night market and Pub street .Would love to stay again if I get a chance to come back to Siem Reap.

  • Stayed April 2013, traveled on business
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Bellingham, Washington
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Reviewed April 10, 2013

The Angkor Paradise is located on the major highway through Siem Reap. There is another hotel with the same name in town so remember to tell the Tuk-tuk or taxi driver it is on Highway #6. It is a huge property catering to the tour bus crowd but the service always feels individualized. The lobby is huge. Something out of an epic movie with two seating areas, a gift shop and restaurant/bar area. The air conditioning was cool (almost cold) and very welcomed.

The desk staff was prompt and efficient. Though there was the obligatory "Please have a seat." while they looked up the reservation and made certain the room was ready for occupancy. A cool towel and drink were offered while I waited.

The room I had one of those plastic keys with all the holes in it and I had to remember to double check that it was seated well in the lock, otherwise the door would not open. The electricity and air conditioning were inserting a plastic do-dad into it's holder by the door. This was attached to the key, so there was no way to leave the room for a short time and leave the a/c running for your return. The air conditioning did have a hard time keeping up. Eventually it would cool the room but when returning from an outing it did take a few minutes to get the room close to what I found comfortable.

My room was large and appointed with what you would expect. In room safe, mini bar, coffee and tea service with hot water kettle, hair dryer, soaps and shampoo along with comb and toothbrush. The bed was a King and had four weights of pillows on it. A nice seating area as well as a desk and a balcony overlooking the huge pool. The bed was, shall we say, very firm but after a day of climbing temples I didn't notice it.

The bathroom was clean with enough towels and wash cloths to outfit a small store. A tub and a walk in shower along with sink and toilet. No complaints. The hot water could have been a little hotter, but it was always there and plentiful.

Breakfast was included in the price of the room. An egg and noodle station in the back. Meats, carbs, breads, juices (the orange juice was Tang). Fresh vegetables and fruits. Both Western and Asian tastes provided for. The staff was there and if you needed them would assist you, otherwise you were left to your own devices. One thing that did bother me was the table linen. A white table cloth covered with a red offset table cloth. The red cloth always seemed to be stained ( I stayed several nights). I am not certain if this was from poor housekeeping by the restaurant or by my day's previous breakfast brethren being pigs. Either way it bothered me.

I never ate a dinner at the hotel. I did have a Club sandwich and a beer in the bar one afternoon and found it fine and filling with a fare of $6. No complaints there.

The pool was huge with a shallow end for wading and a deeper end for swimming as well as a smaller pool attached for the children. The hours seemed to be whenever people started using it until around ten p.m.

The staff at the front desk and bar were outstanding. Ms.Ing on the front desk especially. The restaurant staff ran from great (the egg station) to so-so (the rest of the staff). But there is one caveat I have to say - I only ate breakfast there. Perhaps when they weren't swamped with the morning horde of tourists service improved.

I found the hotel comfortable enough to return a time or two on this trip. The cost of the room was reasonable, the room more than adequate, filled with all the necessary things and the staff doing their best for you.

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  • Stayed March 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed April 9, 2013 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 nights and found everything great especially the service. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. The hotel had great facilities and though it's not right in town it's not that far to walk or Tuk Tuk it. Would stay there again.

  • Stayed April 2013
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Property: Angkor Paradise Hotel
Address: National Road No. 6, Phum Sala Kanseng | Sangkat Svay Dangkoum, Siem Reap 17000, Cambodia
Location: Cambodia > Siem Reap Province > Siem Reap
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#35 Business Hotel in Siem Reap
#39 Family Hotel in Siem Reap
#60 Romantic Hotel in Siem Reap
#72 Luxury Hotel in Siem Reap
#76 Spa Hotel in Siem Reap
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:5 star — Angkor Paradise Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 169
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
In the center of Cambodia's historic city of Siem Reap, Angkor Paradise Hotel offers comfort, elegant, captivating and soothing accommodation of international standard to leisure and business travelers alike. The resort-style hotel is just a stone's throw away from the city's cultural and shopping hubs, local markets and other sights of interest. Angkor Paradise Hotel is situated a short distance away from majestic Angkor Archaeological Park which include the famous temple of Angkor Wat and Bayon. The archeological site, a UNESCO World Heritage site that is the world's largest collection of religious temples and complex, is the ideal combination of culture and civilization that dates back to the era of the Khmer Empire. Centrally located in Siem Reap City, 5- Star resort style Angkor Paradise Hotel is in a convenient location as it is situated only 3-minute walk to the Royal Residence, 10-minute walk to the famous Old Market (Phsar Chas), the lively Pub Street and the bustling Night Market, and 15-minute drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat Temple. ... more   less 
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