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All reviews no lift pool bar lower floor pub street tuk tuk plenty of sunbeds third floor nice hotel walking distance pool side shower area spoke good english minute walk old market temple hopping nice bathroom stayed here for nights
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Reviewed April 26, 2016 via mobile

I was really blown away with the quality of this hotel for how cheap it was (~$27/night for a standard twin in April). The pool was great, the staff was incredibly friendly, and the room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was included, buffet style but they would also make you anything you asked for.

We did a sunrise Angkor Wat tour, and they even packed us breakfast boxes to keep us fed. They were pretty basic, but pretty awesome considering.

The location isn't right downtown, but only a 10-15 minute walk or a $1 tuk tuk from pub street. There is also a mini mart close by, with a great selection of foreign snacks and nice fresh fruits and vegetables.

To get nit picky, our AC struggled to keep the room cold during the 42 C (108 F) days. The staff also spoke English - but just barely.

Still though, we were very pleased for our two night stay!

Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank alectopp
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Reviewed April 26, 2016

We've stayed in this hotel for just one night and we received so much care like we booked the most expensive room for a year. Free transfer from airport, free transfer to bus station, free room after we checked out and were waiting for our late evening bus, lots of questions if we're satisfied and everything is ok, nice composition with towels and flowers on a bed (one night!), stable wifi, good pool and nice place to chill out near it, clean room, pub street and night market available by foot, you can order Angkor tour right from the reception.
We'll definitely stay there again and will recommend to all our friends.

Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Игорь Г
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Reviewed April 25, 2016 via mobile

To go on a tough visit around Southeast Asia,I bet you want a nice relaxing hotel.Central Indochine d'Angkor is a good hotel to chill.It's pool is so nice it have Jakusi.Their spa is so nice with fair price.they use the natural remedies for spa and you can see the good result in short time.They welcome you with lemon water soaked towel n lime juice which will release the heat of Cambodia.Rooms are not so new but they also give you hair conditioner for treating your hair after the dusty tour.For me,I love this hotel a lot.It is also near the restaurant.just 10 mins walk to the night market also.or you can use tuk-TAUK always park in front of the hotel.It also have POOL-BAR!!

Date of stay: April 2016
Thank Mitu H
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Reviewed April 16, 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 nights and it's a great hotel. They give you a really warm welcome and it's really nice to walk into your room. They wrote my name on the bed with leafs and flowers and two swans made from the towels... Really nice. Gave a dollar tip for that and next day it was a different decoration. Rooms are pretty large and very clean. Nice bathroom as well. Top notch swimming pool! Staff is nice and very friendly. Breakfast is good. Good pretty 'fast' WiFi from the room or everywhere else. Now the minor issues:
1 We had a lot of power cutoffs during our nights. Like 5-10 power cutoffs a night. This turns off the air-conditioning as well and makes the room too warm and keeps you awake during night.
2 Staff speaks bad English and have bad internal communication. Makes it difficult to arrange things (like bus trips, or adding an extra night).
3 They have a nice happy hour at the swimming pool but be sure to check your bills after the happy hour. They forget to add the discounts.

Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Robbert L
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Reviewed April 14, 2016 via mobile

We absolutely loved our stay here! From the moment we checked in the staff was incredible. They were so nice! They provided us drinks and cold towels upon arrival and showed us to our rooms. The rooms were quite spacious but the beds are typical Asian mattresses (a tad hard). The pool on the other hand was simply fantastic! It had a deep end and many lounging chairs (with 2 double lounge beds). The buffet breakfast was delicious and plentiful.

The hotel is only 10-15 minutes walk from the night markets and pub street. There is also tuk tuks just outside the hotel who will bring you around.

One morning the hotel arranged for us to do the temples including seeing the sunrise. It was $20usd for all four of us and the hotel packed us a breakfast to go! They were always so friendly and helpful in answering questions or arranging tours. They even called ahead to make us a reservation for dinner at an apsara dance! Seriously amazing customer service!

We would highly recommend staying here!

Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank HannahDubois
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