After a tiring day visiting temples, this is the perfect place to come back to and relax. There's a large pool, and because there aren't many rooms, there's no problem gettting a lounger.
The rooms are spacious and there's a superb shower in the bathroom. As well as satellite TV and tea & coffee making facilities, a laptop is provided for your use.
You choose the time and content of your breakfast the night before, but whatever you choose will be pretty good. The restaurant stays open until the early evening.
A free tuk tuk can be provided to take you to your evening restaurant. You do need to keep a hotel card with you so that the driver can find the place when you return. The return journey usually cost $3.
The praises of the staff here are not over the top. They are indeed incredibly helpful, and always friendly and welcoming.
This would have to be one of our favourite hotels we've stayed in around the world - and we've stayed in some pretty good ones.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Community Residence Siem Reap run by local Cambodian and this is the social business. At Community Residence Siem Reap, we want you to feel like you are staying with friends, that means never nickel and diming our guests for small necessities. Every room rate includes all the amenities you would expect to have at your home...and then some: ... more less
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