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Reviewed February 20, 2014

We stayed here for 3 nights while we visit cambodia. We loved it. We told them it was our honeymoon and they decorated our room and bed for us and free bottle of wine. The staff was so friendly with cool villa type rooms and very floral garden. Very peaceful. Also had a decent pool and good breakfast on. Was a bit away from siem reap town but plenty of tuktuks outside hotel that was able to take you there for $3 - cheap.
Staff was amazing and glad we stayed here.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Adam927
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Reviewed February 17, 2014

My experience at the Lotus Lodge was truly amazing. The staff are all so sweet and friendly and they made me feel right at home. I loved that the staff was a mix of Westerners and Cambodians alike so it has the Western comforts with the Khmer taste. The rooms are very comfortable with airconditioning and a TV. It was so nice to relax in a cool, quiet place on such a hot Siem Reap day. The pool area is beautiful and it is a great place for a swim and to meet new people from all over. The food is delicious and the Lodge always has tuktuks available for a quick trip into town. I have also been in Siem Reap for their themed events and it is a great way to meet locals, expats, and travellers. Wish I were still here for the next one in May! Overall, I had a wonderful experience at the Lodge and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

Stayed: February 2014, traveled with friends
2  Thank Ariel_Blum
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Reviewed February 5, 2014

We are so pleased with our stay at this nice hostel! Friendly straff and nice poolarea. Food was also good. The staff helped us to book a tuk tuk for a whole day tour to see the different temples. Our favorit was the "ta prohm". We can also recommend the floating village/silk tour.

  • Stayed: January 2014
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2  Thank fornander
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Reviewed February 4, 2014

My husband and I had a quite disappointing experience in this semi guest house/hotel lodge.

We booked this hotel on Agoda with 50 USD a night, which is considered high-end in Cambodia. When we checked in with our agoda reservation code and email, we were told by an American or Xanadian foreign manager/lady that they didn't have our reservation record online and we needed to be transferred to some other hotels because they were fully-booked for the day. My husband insisted a little bit because they hotel didn't really apologise for this inconvenience or mistake, and the local Cambodia woman (the staff) said shortly afterwards that we could stay, BUT just for 1 night--well of course since we only booked for 1 night, and after this experience we wouldn't want to stay any other night there--so the problem was naturally solved.

The bathroom has a very strong pissy smell, small hair in my bed, breakfast couldn't be more mediocre, not entirely friendly staff. One good thing is, the swimming pool is quite nice.

For 50 USD you can live in a very good hotel in Cambodia. THe value we got isn't worth the money.

Room Tip: We also saw good recommendation online and so chose it. Doesn't feel very true.
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 2, 2014

The free airport pickup was great. Out tuk tuk ride to the resort from the airport took about 15 minutes. The resort is a little out of the way, but it was nice and quiet. And a short tuk tuk ride can get you anywhere in town quickly.

From the resort, we were able to hire tuk tuk drivers for the day to tour Angkor for $15 to $18. The ride to the temples takes about 30 minutes from the resort. We spent most of our time at the temples, but the resort was always a relaxing place to recover. Our room was quite large and came equipped with AC and a fan. The bathroom was pretty good for Asia. The pool was nice and the chairs surrounding it were a great place to hang out and read. We ate several meals at the restaurant and liked the food. We didn't have a bad meal. Complimentary breakfast was a nice way to begin our days before heading to the temples.

After reading that they helped arrange visas to Vietnam, we were a little disappointed that no one we spoke to could actually help us. Oh well, we lined them up in Phnom Penh.

Overall, we had a very positive and relaxing experience at Lotus Lodge.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank KevinMcHale
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