"Set across from the Royal Palace is one of the great hotels of the legendary Grand Tour of Indochina."
Embraced by 15 acres of beautifully landscaped French gardens, this legendary meeting place combines old-world grandeur with peace and tranquility in one of the world's most spiritual destinations.
An elegant cage elevator adorns the lobby, gracefully carrying guests upwards as if it was 1932 all over again. Overhead, ceiling fans gently beat a rhythm and move the still air. From a cool uncluttered lobby, Art Deco black-and-white tiled halls lead you to rooms of perfect luxury. Welcome to Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor, once the home of royalty, now the King of Hotels.
Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor epitomises Cambodian charm and elegance. Each room is tastefully designed with Art Deco country style furnishings and Cambodian object d'art, reflecting the period architecture of the building and the long heritage of impeccable service.
Just as the lotus blossom unfolds with the gentle caress of the sun and rain, our bodies blossom with nature's healing touch. At Raffles Spa, carefully selected treatments and therapies from around the world are heightened with traditional Khmer touches. Tune up your body in the Fitness Centre, arise with early morning meditation, or enjoy the graceful disciplines of yoga. After an exhilarating visit to the temples, tired muscles are attended to by the hands of the professional therapists. Take a stroll through the 60,000 sqm of landscaped gardens. Enjoy more than 20,540 different species of tropical plants and listen to the calls of exotic birds.
- Swimming pool
- 24hr room service
- Limo service
Indulge your appetite from a wide range of fine dining choices; exotic Khmer cuisine at the Restaurant Le Grand, or fine wine, champagne and cocktails at the Elephant Bar. For a one-of-a-kind, simply unforgettable dining experience, private dining at one of the magnificent temples of Angkor can also be arranged.
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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