Was in Siem Reap for the Angkor Wat Half Marathon and stayed here because a friend booked it for the group of us and got a pretty good rate.
It's a fairly dated hotel and it's fairly mass market. It was actually full the weekend we were there due to a few events happening in SR, so it was quite crowded with tour groups, convention groups and sport groups. Some of the staff were helpful (others didn't really understand requests) - concierge was especially helpful when i needed to get a box of contact lenses, i gave him money and he got them up to my room within an hour! Everyone was friendly, but that's quite the norm in Cambodia.
I only had breakfast there after the run and it was fairly subpar with nothing much to shout home about.
The rooms were clean and the bed was massive - lumpy pillows didn't help. Bathrooms were sufficient. TV was dated, but wasn't really in town to watch it! Pool was big enough, but the poolside service was lacking - waiter was barely around to take orders.
All in all, glad that we got the good rate, but won't be staying there again for the next trip. There are enough boutique hotels around town to be able to avoid mass market.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking