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Reviewed 2 November 2011

We went here because because a friend advised us to go to this hotel. And it was worth it! We came here the week after the terrible flooding that also hit Siem Reap and Angkor. So the water had just gone away, and the path to the hotel, which is a dirt-road, was very difficult to traverse by tuk tuk, but they managed every day. The staff is super friendly, and you can choose were you want to have your breakfast, in the restaurant, in your room, at the poolside, or take-away. We chose the poolside every day, which is lovely. My daughter loved playing with the dogs, and swimming in the afternoon after visiting the sights of Angkor. We will return here next time, and surely also recommend this hotel to our friends!

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 September 2011

couldn't fault the place really - we arrived and the tuk tuk driver couldn't seem to access the place because the roads were flooded but eventually we made it. After going into Siem Reap town I was more than grateful that we had chosen to stay here out of town, as the town itself is overrun with tourists (of which of course we are one of), overpriced restaurants and dodgy touts trying to make a quick buck, including a lot of smarty pants teenagers, not dissimilar to the ones here at home who I also avoid like the plague, telling us to go to the ATM and give them 20 bucks whilst they chatted on their mobile phones. Organise your tuk tuk through the hotel as the one the hotel arranged was cheaper than the one we arranged ourselves. Unfortunately we fell for (not a scam as such) the arrangement that the bus company Phnom PenhSorya had of insisting we use their own driver for "free" (which he wasn't) to get us to the hotel - we paid him $5 because he seemed OK and then made amistake and organised him to drive us in a car for two more days. For the next two days he was neither informative nor pleasant, and became progressively more unpleasant as time wore on until i couldn't wait to get away. Anyway, I digress - the food here was great, staff lovely, the children played with the dogs, the pool was fantastic, rooms were clean and fitted us all in, although a bit of a squish.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 September 2011

My husband and I came to this hotel as part of our honeymoon. It is true that the hotel is indeed somewhat off the beaten path, but the hotel stay includes the use of very friendly and knowledgeable tuk tuk drivers. The ride to get to the different attractions is part of the charm of staying here.

The service was impeccable, the rooms were lovely, and the pool was most welcoming after a long, dusty day on the road. I have recommended it to friends and would not hesitate to go there again!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 September 2011

I had a wonderful time at this great little treasure. It's nicely tucked away so it's perfect for a quiet retreat. They arranged for a lovely driver who showed us around Angkor. Tipping is very handy to get quick and high class service. Perfect little place to get away and enjoy peace. Made the entire trip even better.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 August 2011

This place is truly a beautiful, quiet haven in the fairly busy, tourist-focused town of Siem Rep (near Angkor Wat). At the prices we paid, the value is fantastic. It's quite remote and a fair bit out of town, and our 'Remorque' driver took almost two hours to find it (best thing to do when you arrive is call the place and get them to come and pick you up from wherever you are in town). The rooms are spacious, clean and ours had aircon and a telly with films in English(!), as well as a very clean bathroom with hot water on demand. The fact there was a pool was one of the reason we picked it (a great plus with 2 kids in tow, and very refreshing after a long, hot day trapsing around temples), and the pool was truly great and in a lovely setting. The service and food are good, and there's a pool table and internet access. The massages were fantastic, if a bit on the expensive side (relative to other south-east asian countries). Highly recommended.

Travelling as a family with kids of 7 and 9

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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