When we got off from the tuk-tuk at Jasmine Lodge, we were very impressed. The exterior and lounge area is beautifully done and cozy with a resort feel. The lounge area has is airy with comfy couches and a billiards table which was cool. The food was decent, and we really appreciated the free breakfast that was part of our package.
The rooms however, are a slightly different story. We got the ground floor rooms, which may have been the problem. The rooms were dimly lit and the orange/pink wall colour did not help. But it is quite big though and the beds were comfortable. The fan is also really strong, so that helped with ventilation and making things feel airy.
A common issue with ground floor units are creepy-crawlies, and we faced this too. The rain that we had probably didn't help either. It wasn't too bad, but gee whiz, tiny earthworms crawling up the drain in the toilet? Gah!
Overall, it was a good stay and worth your money if you're not very fussy. The staff are very nice too. Its also a good location, one of the nearest lodges to the Angkor temples, which helps if you want to get there for the sunrise. Just avoid ground floor units as much as possible.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Offering a home away from home, this long-running guesthouse has cheapies with shared bathroom and a range of smarter options. Jasmine Lodge also has a friendly family atmosphere and the staffs show a refreshing willingness to go the extra mile for their guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Jasmine Hotel Siem Reap