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Siddharta Boutique Hotel
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Reviewed 10 March 2012

Siddharta is the best place to stay after a long and tiring day touring Siem Reap and its temples…superb service with very friendly and accommodating staff. My tuktuk driver, Mr. Horl, was very nice and friendly. Poi, my guide, was very funny and entertaining…and very informative as well. Too bad I had to cut my visit short, but I will definitely be back...

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2  Thank pieMD
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Reviewed 10 March 2012

We stayed at this hotel because it's sister hotel (The Pavillion) was booked. It is in a great location - very short distance to both downtown and the temples. You have a private tuk tuk for the length of your stay in the hotel fee. They have a nice salt water swimming pool and spacious rooms. My only comment is that the floors looked like they rarely got cleaned. I am not sure why as the rest of the place was super clean? Good place to stay however in Siem Reap and I would recommend.

  • Stayed: March 2012
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1  Thank luv2travelthree
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Reviewed 9 March 2012

I had an absolutely perfect experience here! Our room was incredibly spacious with a nice flat screen television, a wonderful bathtub and separate shower, a stocked fridge, a basket of exotic fruit, and a bed adorned with swan towels and flower petals. The bed was very comfortable, and the AC worked perfectly. The noise was minimal, service was flawless, and the breakfast was good.

Massages were very cheap and fairly decent. They arranged tuktuk drivers to take you to the city center for free, make reservations for you, and pretty much help you with whatever you need in town.

An incredible value...very romantic...great pool...Perfect Stay!

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Dianah R
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Reviewed 7 March 2012

This is by far one of the best places my husband and I have stayed. I was our honeymoon and they made it very special, petals and towels folded as two swans on the bed. The front desk staff are extremely informative and can assist with anything. Staff across the hotel were so lovely and always had a smile to share. The pool is fantastic maybe not as big as some of the larger resorts but the size of this hotel is what makes it a more intimate stay. The pool is also salt water which was a treat.
Food in the restaurant was great and very reasonably priced for a hotel. Try the spa too, had a Khamer massage it was devine.
If you book directly with the hotel they provide a tuk tuk driver every day of your stay to get you to the temples, into town (short trip and tuk tuk is a great way to travel around Siem Reap) they also make sure you have the same driver for your stay. If you do not book direct it is only 10USD per day which is well worth it.
We can't wait to return to Siem Reap and we will definately be staying at Siddharta.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Charlotte M
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Reviewed 3 March 2012

We originally wanted to stay at the Pavillion d'Orient but got offered this great sister property as an alternative.

Pros
* You get a tuk tuk driver on hand for your whole stay to take you wherever you want to go
up until 10pm - ours, Mr Dada, was brilliant.
* You get a helpful suggested itinerary for the temples when you arrive but can deviate from
this as much as you want.
* Very clean and spacious rooms - we had a triple with 3 big beds. Shower is huge!
* Large spa with lots of choice (although I would have liked pedicures) - I recommend the
Siddharta massage (30 mins Khmer and 60 mins aroma for only $19)
* Lots of choice on the breakfast buffet - especially fresh fruits.
* Plenty of beds by the pool.
* Top floor terrace has lovely views over surrounding countryside.
* Large Mac for guest use (great for Skype)

Cons
* You are a little way out of town which may be a problem for those who like to be in the thick
of it (only a short tuk tuk ride away though)
* Staff at breakfast were were quite slow to bring our table essentials (we always had to ask)
and quite often didn't ask about our cooked order.
* Saltwater pool.

Room Tip: Get a ground floor room for terrace with hanging 'egg' chair!
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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