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Angkor Holiday Hotel
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Reviewed November 24, 2011

Stayed at this hotel in room 411 for 5 days from the 17th - 21st November. Our room was on the 4th floor, spacious, comfortable and even had a large sitout..... The room had a safe, good airconditioning, minibar, hairdryer, bathrobes, and the toilets were huge with good quality toileteries. People here were found complaining about the shower and the stone hard pillows, but I had no complaints, the pillows were soft, and the showere worked perfectly.

The best part about the hotel is the location. USD 2 tuk tuk takes you to the Night Market or the Pub street. Opposite the hotel is the Lucky mall with a couple of good restaurants and a huge supermarket with everything you would need. I found liquor and cigarettes very very cheap, cheaper than th duty free anywere in the world. A one litre bottle of Vodka for USD 3.85 or a bottle of scotch for USD 8.85 or a bottle of potent ricewine for just USD 1.20. A 10 minute brisk walk away is Pub street.... great food, cheap prices - a main course starts at only USD 2.75, 50 cents for a mug of draft beer. Massages at the shops on the way starts from just USD 6 for a full body oil massage or USD 2 for a 30 minute relaxing foot massage. Try the fish massage, just USD 2 for an hour with a free can of beer. I liked the place a the entrance of the Angkor night market, on the left side, just off the main Road - diagonally opposite the Cambodian Bank/open air food centre. Clean, friendly, great value and relaxing.

For Indians, there are a lot of so called Indian restaurants around, but the food tasted more Pakistani, they are used to calling their restaurants Indian...But I strongly suggest trying the local food, its fantastic and cheap.

Shopping was excellent, you could shop at the Centre Market, or the Night Market, start at 40 percent of the quoted price and settle at 50%.

My local guide was si-leon ( or sea lion). She was patient, friendly, accomdating, knowledgeable and knew her job well. She free lances, so if anyone is looking for a good guide to visit the Angkor or the tonle sap cruise, she is excellent. Honestly, th Angor wat tour is ok, you get fedup seeingthe same kinda ruins after a while and so much walking to do in the hot sun. The tonle sap cruise was rubbish ! The road the cruise was in such bad shape, the ride inthe local boat was nothing great and not worth the trouble to see some filty floating villages..

Breakfast at the hotel was average, impersonal, more of asian food, thats if you like pork noodles, stir fried veggies, pork fried rice in the mornings.

If you want to see the apsaras dancing with a free buffet dinner, its costs USD 12 per person and the venue is just on the left of the Angkor Holiday Hotel. Alternativly, you could go to the pub street, go to th Temple Pub, on the first floor you have a free dance performance from 7.30 pm - 9.30pm, a pitcher of cold draft beer would only cost u USD 4 and could want the dance for free !

Wht I didnt like at the hotel was the following:

On our last day, we returned from breakfast, and found one of the cleaners with a big garbage bag trimming the plants sitting on the chair with his legs up, and checking to see if there was any cigarettes left in my pack. Thank heavens I locked the door as on other days, i just used to leave it open or not latch it. As there is just a steel barricade between the rooms, I found him jumping from room to room, peering through the glass windows, sitting down leisurely and not bothering when I opened the door and gave him a hard stare. I find this a very unsafe procedure. I complained to the Hotel the next day but they didnt seem bothered. So all of you staying on the 4th floor with a balcony, make sure you look your doors, keep your valuables locked and safe, and dont leave anything out on the balcony tables. They looked shady, and the hotel should do something about this.

Other than the above, I loved Siem Reap, its so cheap for massages, booze, cigarettes, shopping, food and accomodtion. The people are nice and friendly, tuk tuks are cheap, and the Angor was a good comfortable hotel with an excellent location. You wont regret staying at the Angor Holiday Resort !

Room Tip: rooms on the 4th floor with balcony are spacious and excellent
  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank vinn_2k
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Reviewed November 20, 2011

The first impression of this hotel is very large and somewhat impersonal. The reception staff are a bit frosty. Our room was adequate, however the bathroom had been overlooked and we found a toothbrush, soap and a broken water glass. We just threw them in the garbage and thought nothing about it. On departure, the front desk asked us to pay for the broken glass !!! when we explained the situation, they just said that it was our responsibilty to inform them before. Lesson learned: We refused to pay and with much reluctance they did not charge us...

Breakfast buffet was good, it does get very crowded as everyone wants to leave early for certain tours. The pool is very refreshing and clean after long hot days of sightseeing. In all, I doubt if I would return to this hotel and would not recommend staying here.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank HistoryofEgypt
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Reviewed November 1, 2011

The hotel was very nice, we were given a complimentary drink on arrival which was a surprise. Lobby is nice and cool as it has air con but the corridors were very hot. Air con worked fairly well in the room. Took about 10 minutes to cool down. The staff were very friendly, most of which spoke some English.

The room was very clean and spacious but I would have preferred a room overlooking the pool. The pool was nice and clean. Cocktails by the pool were around $4 USD. They were a little on the small side but still good value I thought.

Buffet breakfast was good, they had a wide range to choose from with some western options such as pancakes, french toast & cereals. Omelets and eggs could be cooked for you on the spot which were very tasty.

Location is good, only $2 in a Tuc Tuc to get the main street/market area.

Room Tip: Over looking the pool
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank D1MATT
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Reviewed October 12, 2011

This hotel that does give you 4-star first impression. And that's about it.

The staff has a hard time speaking english and when you think you are having a conversation you discover you are talking about totally different things. Miscommunication was a big thing and it led to many moments of frustration.

The prices displayed on their website, the one they will tell you on the phone and what they will finally charge you are different.

For instance, when they tell you there's internet connection access, it means that they have allocated 2 pc desktop computers in the lobby for all those guests occupying their 158 rooms. And if you happen to own a laptor or a tablet, then Wi-Fi comes at a cost of 7USD per day.

Breakfast is ok, as the majority of food you can find in Siem Reap. It's kept clean although it is decorated in old fashion.

Don't try the swimming pool. It's got green spots and you can tell it's seen better days. The gym suffers from the same syndrome...the carpet stinks, treadmills are oriented to the wall and it's quite tiny and practically useless since you can tell it's there for the sake of keeping those 4-star positioning.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank FernandoTravieso
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Reviewed September 24, 2011

Service was better than i can imagine due to the fact that it is still considered a not very well developed country. Location to night market is a short ride away on a tuk tuk. Also a few Distance away from the famous angkor temple sites. The international buffet has quite a range of food to enjoy. The hotel amenities look quite new still as heard from tour guide is one of the newest build hotels around there.

  • Stayed: July 2011
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Thank frossiebombom
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