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Pavillon Indochine Hotel
Ranked #66 of 361 Hotels in Siem Reap
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Reviewed June 29, 2013 via mobile

I chose this hotel bcoz they offered a family room. As a travelling family, its so hard to book a single room if u r five in the family. We needed only one room since my children are still small.
So we travelled here from bkk and got welcomed by cold drinks and cool towels. So refreshing after 9 hours of travel!
We went in the room and it was huge. There was a flat screen tv with 70plus channels. Great for wimbledon fans.
They provide you with tuktuks from 8am til 10 pm to go about town and the temples. Its included in the room already. We had to extend another day and was transferred to bungalow 4. The room if u ask me is even better than family rm 1.
All in all, the experience was great. The service is personal and pleasant all the time. Kudos to the manager, mr.so .
Thanks. Will definitely be back:-)

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Reviewed June 10, 2013

The Pavillon Indochine promotes itself as the closest hotel to Angkor Archeological Park. Except for the one right next door, it probably is. If you're in Siem Reap to do all the temple sites, as I was, then this is the place to stay. It's just a few minutes away, in the free tuk-tuk provided by the hotel, to all the best sites; Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Prohm. After a long day trekking about getting photo's etc., it was great knowing that I'd be getting a sound nights sleep (it's dead quiet at night) before the next day of temple sightseeing. The free tuk-tuk service also includes the run into Siem Reap township, until 10 pm, if you want to eat out or have a cold Angkor. The staff were attentive and friendly. I'll be back.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled solo
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3  Thank MEGA-ASIA
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Reviewed June 10, 2013

The Pavillon Indochine promotes itself as the closest hotel to Angkor Archeological Park. Except for the one right next door, it probably is. If you're in Siem Reap to do all the temple sites, as I was, then this is the place to stay. It's just a few minutes away, in the free tuk-tuk provided by the hotel, to all the best sites; Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Prohm. After a long day trekking about getting photo's etc., it was great knowing that I'd be getting a sound nights sleep (it's dead quiet at night) before the next day of temple sightseeing. The free tuk-tuk service also includes the run into Siem Reap township, until 10 pm, if you want to eat out or have a cold Angkor. The staff were attentive and friendly. I'll be back.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed June 2, 2013

We spent 4 nights here during our time in Cambodia and found it to be a fantastic place to base yourself to see the temples and the town. From the moment we arrived, the service was attentive and extremely helpful. We had booked a Bungalow Family Suite on their recommendation (we were 2 adults and 1 child) and weren't disappointed. The room was enormous and consisted of 1 x queen bed and 2 x singles and was more of a mini apartment set out than hotel room. It was clean and well equipped (included mossie nets) and although it was a bit dated, had charm. There were both fans and 2 x a/c's in the room - so was a lovely refreshing retreat after the extreme heat and humidity of outside.

The food at the restaurant was great and reasonably priced for a hotel (try the blue cheese salad!). The pool area was small but lovely and big enough as the hotel isn't huge - it was never crowded. The gardens all around the hotel are gorgeous and it was cool walking through the paths to get to your room. The breakfast was served in the open air restaurant next to the pool - a bit on the warm side, but not really a problem (they have fans). Nice breakfast - some buffet and some al a carte.

We would regularly get up early to view the temples until around lunchtime, then head back to the hotel for a swim, lunch around the pool and relax (including great massages at the hotel - highly recommended and great value). Then we would head back to the temples for sunset and then into town for dinner. The location of the hotel between the temples and the town made this very convenient to do. One of the best things about this hotel is that the cost of your room (which is already extremely reasonable) came with a tuk tuk driver from dawn to 10pm each day and he was available whenever you needed him. We had Veasna (#6789) and he was great. Friendly, very helpful and obliging and full of great advice re which temples to see when and how long you would need at each place. He helped make our trip even more memorable than it already was.

We traveled for around 3 weeks mostly in Vietnam with a 4 night stopover in Siem Reap to see Angkor Wat and it turned out to be the highlight of our trip. We can't emphasize enough just how amazing it was. We took a short flight from Danang (after staying in Hoi An) to Siem Reap and then flew from Siem Reap to HCMC - so it was really easy. The town of Siem Reap itself is really cool with a mini 'Vegas' full of open-air restaurants on the cool Pub St and Alley Lane - it has great restaurants and shopping and a fabulous festival atmosphere. The temples blew us away and not just Angkor Wat itself (which is stunning) but the dozens of other temples hidden in the jungle. There is something so cool about being driven around in a tuk tuk (open carriage driven by a motorbike) through the jungle and spotting temples emerging from the greenery. One note - take strong mosquito spray - they are pretty bad here.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 22, 2013 via mobile

Absolutely loved this place! I loved the personality of the whole hotel. The pool was great to dip into after long days out and about. Also on arrival there supply refreshing cloths which was great. We staying in the family suite, room fa4. Loved the vibe of the room and not only did it have air conbut it had ceiling fans as well so it never took too long to get our room cool. Also had a great massage for only 12.50. After the massage we felt rejuvenated and ready to hit pub street lol. as always staff were friendly and polite. Definitely will be back

  • Stayed: May 2013
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2  Thank krystalung
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Reviewed May 13, 2013

First of all, I would like to thanks Bong So and the staffs for such efforts to make our stay an amazing experience.

Now let's start an honest reviews that we all feel toward the property.

Prior to Arrival: I have contacted with Bong So (Hotel General Manager) more than 1 month before our arrival as we have a large group of friends making the trip (total of 14 people). Bong So has always been so attentive and very quick in responding my email. The hotel also made a special discount for us (as a big group) and made every special effort to have our rooms close to each other.

Upon Arrival: I and my fiance arrived earlier than my friends and check-in was smooth and nicely touched by cold towel and juice. We were shown around the room as well as facility. Though, even we have some issues regarding our friend's Poi Pet border issue. The hotel tried every effort to keep us calm and help as much as he possibly could. Even with some confusion made by my side (double or triple room), again, Bong So did exceptionally well to accommodate us.

Stay: The room is simply nice. I and my fiance stayed in Room 208. Bathroom is good size though the tiles have some stains which make us feel that the bathroom is not so clean. I love the wooden floor and good size queen bed -- one negative is the air conditioner is not so cold. Complimentary in the room are nice and is not expensive at all. 2.00 USD for a bottle of Angkor is cheap.

Surrounding environment: WE ALL LOVE IT! We get to enjoy some nice dips in the pool and felt really good even the water is a bit warm -- I can imagine it is hard to cool it down since the weather was bloody hot during May in Cambodia.

Breakfast: I really love how the staffs accommodate us regardless such a big group of people. Once, after watching sunrise at Angkor Wat we get back to the hotel and immediately order 15 omelet, they managed to make it really quick. We love the porridge (Day 1) and noodle (Day 2), Fruits are great. My fiance love the papaya!

Overall, we have had a great stay and would recommend this hotel to anyone who looking to have a relaxing stay in Siem Reap as it is located away from the town.

And, again, thanks for your effort to make this such a great stay!

Room Tip: Get the top floor room and have your own balcony look over the pool -- though ground floor room get...
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 12, 2013

This stunning colonial villa is right near the temples of Angkor and slightly out of town.

The staff were, in the words of my travel companion, "the nicest people i've ever met in my life".

The pool was heavenly - quiet, relaxing and set in a stunning tropical garden.

The rooms were perfect - almost at the standard of a luxury hotel for an obscenely cheap price.

We were provided with a tuk tuk driver to take us wherever we wanted, whenever we wanted, included in the price of the room. This was totally amazing (although I did feel guilty getting so pampered!)

I can't think of one bad thing to say about this place.

Highly recommend.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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Address: Jean Commailles Road, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Location: Cambodia > Siem Reap Province > Siem Reap
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#18 Family Hotel in Siem Reap
#29 Romantic Hotel in Siem Reap
#34 Business Hotel in Siem Reap
Price Range: $30 - $109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:1 star — Pavillon Indochine Hotel 1*
Number of rooms: 22
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Pavillon Indochine Boutique - Hotel is located in Siem Reap, 4 km from the famous Angkor Wat. Featuring oriental furnishings, the hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.Boutique Pavillon Indochine is a convenient 5-minute drive to the lively Pub Street and Angkor Night Market. Siem Reap International Airport is just a 15-minute drive away.The spacious rooms at Indochine Pavillon are fitted with wooden flooring and traditional French Khmer-style décor. A flat-screen cable TV and tea/coffee making facilities are provided. Each room has a safe and private bathroom with bath amenities and hot shower.Day trips or tour sightseeing can be organized at the front desk, which also offers ticket service. They can also assist with car rentals. To relax, guests can take a leisurely swim at the outdoor pool, have an aromatic massage or visit the internet cafe.Mekong, the hotel’s open air restaurant, serves a variety of Asian and Cambodian cuisine. Meals and drinks can also be enjoyed at the terrace of the swimming pool. ... more   less 
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