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Jasmine Lodge
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Reviewed August 7, 2006

Stayed for two nights in May.I opted for the budget fan room at $4 a night,it was'nt the Ritz but what would you expect for the money even in Cambodia
I found the staff helpful when asked about anything,they wouldnt hassle you about booking tours or such like.Soft drinks and beer were available,self service,help yourself and write what you had in a book,settle up when you leave.had a hassle free stay and would stay again.

  • Stayed: May 2006, traveled solo
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1  Thank bucksbloke35
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Reviewed June 18, 2006

I stayed in the room on the first floor beside the neighboring restaurant, which you can hear cooking early in the morning and during the day. Above my room was the pool hall, which you could also periodically hear if guests were being noticeably rowdy. The room was basic, and the staff did not clean it once during my stay there and didn't provide top sheets, toilet paper or soap. I had to ask to get toilet paper and when I asked for sheets, the staff said they had just washed the sheets and later on when I repeated my request, the sheets were still not ready. But another person in my group who was staying in a separate room was provided all these basic necessities. The room can get very hot with only just a fan so getting a/c is probably a better option. Do not buy a bus ticket to Bangkok through the hotel. They will say the bus is large with a/c but it's really a mini bus with no a/c and the road to Bangkok is composed of red dirt so you will get covered by red dust during the very slow ride. The company they use is actually down the street from the hotel. Flying might be a better option.

  • Stayed: June 2006
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2  Thank pinktulip
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Reviewed May 9, 2006

Don't agree with the above post, we've been stayin here for the last few days and have to say that Mr. Kunn is great. Really helpful for organising stuff, chilled out when it comes to paying etc, taken us to see his crocodile farm for free etc. And a really funny guy to boot. We've really enjoyed our stay here so far. And the rooms are spot on as well.

  • Stayed: May 2006
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Reviewed April 3, 2006

Jasmine Lodge is Lonely Planet's number one budget hotel in Siem Reap. This is based on the supposedly excellent service of the owner, Mr Kunn. I'm sure once upon a time, Mr Kunn was all that Lonely Planet says - keen, helpful, friendly. Not anymore, I'm afraid. He forgot to send someone, as promised, to meet me at the airport. And not just me - the following day another guest was promised a car that didn't turn up. The screenings of The Killing Fields and other movies don't happen, because the cds are scratched and Mr Kunn doesn't want to get others. When he wasn't dozing on the sofa watching tv, he was utterly unhelpful.

Lonely Planet needs to amend their rating of Jasmine Lodge. The rooms are fine for the price, but the owner is hopeless. It's a shame that Mr Kunn isn't more like his young manager Hak, who seemed to be taking the slack while Mr Kunn takes a nap. If you stay, get Hak to drive you round the temples. He's a nice guy and keen to help out. He had to give me a ride to the airport on departure. Mr Kunn, funnily enough, forgot to arrange a cab.

  • Stayed: April 2006
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Reviewed March 3, 2006

I stay at Jasmine lodge for two nights from february 26 to 28.I like staying there because even though they are small but have a professional service,a friendly staff and also a good location and price...im surely will come there again if i have chance to visit Siem reap again.

  • Stayed: February 2006
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1  Thank mariop79
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