We stayed here for 4 nights in December. This was part of a self-organised trip that included Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Mandalay. This place was definitely the highlight of the trip.
When we arrived (by taxi $7 from the airport) we were seated in the restaurant where a lady spent some time explaining the hotel and its facilities and how to get transport, she also gave us some leaflets on the area. We were given a lovely cool fruit drink.
We were then shown to the room by a very efficient young man who took our cases and explained everything about the room. The room was a decent size, clean and had enough cupboard space, tables and a wardrobe; it also had a useful safe. The shower-room was large enough and all functioned properly.
Outside the room there is a veranda which is part of the living space for the room, it contains a table and 2 lounge chairs. You are just a few feet away from the pool here, well at least for those of us on the ground floor, so going for a swim was easy.
There is free access to WIFI available in the room and on the veranda.
They also provide a next day delivery laundry service which we utilised.
The booking also included breakfast which is taken in the outdoor covered restaurant; the breakfast was delicious, fresh fruit, egg station, bacon, breads, coffee (and tea) etc.
The restaurant is also available for lunch and evening meals, this we did on a couple of occasions and we also had one meal on our patio. All meals were delicious and very good value.
The whole hotel is maybe a 10 minute tuk-tuk ride north of the city. The hotel has a number of recommended drivers and they will call for you if one is not waiting at the entrance. The hotel is on the Angkor Wat side of town so makes that journey simpler. We used one of the tuk-tuks many times and it was great, also good value.
Interesting point re Angkor Wat; you can buy your ticket and enter the site after 5pm on the day before the ticket is issued for. So you can go watch the sunset and get your bearings the evening before your trip.
The hotel sits in what may be described as a little tropical garden. Also on site you can have a message, my wife and I did this every day, and it was wonderful costing about $7 for an hour.
The place is charming, relaxing and ALL the staff are wonderful. I have no hesitation in recommending.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pavillon Indochine Boutique - Hotel is located in Siem Reap, 4 km from the famous Angkor Wat. Featuring oriental furnishings, the hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.Boutique Pavillon Indochine is a convenient 5-minute drive to the lively Pub Street and Angkor Night Market. Siem Reap International Airport is just a 15-minute drive away.The spacious rooms at Indochine Pavillon are fitted with wooden flooring and traditional French Khmer-style décor. A flat-screen cable TV and tea/coffee making facilities are provided. Each room has a safe and private bathroom with bath amenities and hot shower.Day trips or tour sightseeing can be organized at the front desk, which also offers ticket service. They can also assist with car rentals. To relax, guests can take a leisurely swim at the outdoor pool, have an aromatic massage or visit the internet cafe.Mekong, the hotel’s open air restaurant, serves a variety of Asian and Cambodian cuisine. Meals and drinks can also be enjoyed at the terrace of the swimming pool. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pavillon Indochine Siem Reap
- Hotel Pavillon Indochine