"An intimate hotel on the banks of Siem Reap’s tree-lined river, Belmond La Résidence d'Angkor is built from natural woods in traditional Khmer style."
Located close by Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site considered one of the man-made wonders of the world, it is ideally placed to explore the breathtaking complex of temples. Also near at hand are the town’s busy craft markets, restaurants and galleries as well as fascinating Tonle Sap Lake with its "floating village".
This delightful hotel’s quiet garden area is the perfect place to relax at the end of a thrilling day. The swimming pool is surrounded by lush foliage creating a wonderfully private setting and is open to swim in 24 hours a day. The Belmond La Residence D'Angkor is a stunning base for your Cambodian adventure.
All rooms are decorated in a tasteful Asian style and open out onto a private terrace either overlooking the river, the garden or the pool. White walls and floor to ceiling windows opening out onto a private balcony create a great sense of space. All natural materials have been used, from chic cotton blinds and teak floors to carved wooden hangers from which mosquito nets drape elegantly. The dark wood furniture and white surfaces are contrasted by jewel coloured cushions in Khmer silks. The bathroom is a particular feature, as it includes a large free form bathtub.
On top of the hotel's lush swimming pool, decadent spa and state of the art fitness centre, a wide range of activities are available for guests to partake in. On or off site, everything on offer at the Belmond is of the highest standards.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Cookery class
Indulge in royal Khmer cuisine or refined international dishes while magical performances delight and enthral. Each restaurant impresses within stunning surroundings and beautifully crafted menus. Children's menus are available in all of the restaurants.
As typical for Cambodia, Siem Reap enjoys warm, tropical weather all year round. The dry season lasts from November to March, with hardly any rain falling in December and January, although these two months are part of the Cambodian winter, meaning cooler climes. This time is ideal for sightseeing, allowing visitors to cycle and visit the temples comfortably. The wet season begins in May and lasts until November, and often brings spectacular storms.
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"The northwest city of Siem Reap proudly possesses some of the most stunning ruins and temple complexes in the entire world."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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