stayed here for 4 nights at the begining of june.
We were greeted with hot towels and a traditional chilled drink which had honey in it and someone to take our bags to the room (which was great as there is no lift and we were on the 4th floor)
The room was a good size, came with aircon and fridge and the bed was really comfy. The staff were very helpful, providing us with a map and making dinner reservations for us. The hotel also had its own tuktuk service which was handy for nipping into town for a $1 and going on a tour of angkor wat about $15 and the driver 'Mr Pov' supplied us with water from his cool box throughout the day.
The breakfast was buffet style and always had a good selection and varied daily with cereal, toast some kind of cake(tasted like a blueberry muffin) and fruit being a staple. One day was fried rice, bacon, beans, tempura veg and another it was kind of like a prawn toast, omlette, ham and mini croissants. There was always a few asian items and a few western ones too.
They also offered in room massages for $6 and had a room service menu which they offered until late. The only shame was they didnt have a pool which is probably why the hotel was such a good price for the standard, however they did have a deal with a hotel up the road whose pool you could use for $5 and you got a free beer but it was mostly in the shade and there were not many loungers/small area but it was low season so we were the only ones there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- New Team New Services New facilities New ways to Make you smile Oct. 2011. New and improved Angkor Pearl ensuring the best value in Cambodian Hotels run and managed by Cambodian-Americans. At Angkor Pearl Hotel, we pride ourselves on quality of service on a genuinely high level and an emphasis on catering to our guest’s every need with courtesy and warmth. Angkor Pearl Hotel is Cambodian owned, operated, and managed by Cambodian Americans since February of 2010. The story behind the pearl dates back years when Cambodia gained independence from France and King Sihanouk called the Capitol "The Pearl of Asia." Hence, we call ourselves The Pearl of Siem Reap. The Angkor Pearl Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Siem Reap. A brisk 10 minute walk lead you to the center market where you can shop for food, clothes, souvenirs, and many more. Getting to the Temples is just as easy. A scenic 15 minute drive will take you back in time to the Khmer civilization where you will discover all of Angkor’s natural beauty. ... more less
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