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Palm Village Resort & Spa
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

We spent three nights here while we explored Angkor Wat and couldn't have been happier. The staff were all very friendly and helpful, the food great, and the room super.

The only 'bad' thing was that we stayed in the room right by the restaurant and reception, which meant being woken up pretty early, but we're early risers anyway so it wasn't too much of a bother.

The room was a little 'worn', but not shabby - if you see what I mean! Just lived in a bit, but perfectly functional and full of character.

It isn't close to Siem Reap, but you can get a tuk-tuk there no problem. For us it was perfect to be away from the noise and hustle and bustle, but if you're looking for somewhere from which you can walk to Siem Reap, this isn't it.

The pool and pool area was perfectly fine, and gets some shade in the afternoon. There are a few dogs at the reception too, but they're small, friendly and happy to play.

We'd definitely stay here again.

Room Tip: Try to avoid C2 - the room was a bit noisy in the mornings.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Lara M
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Reviewed 12 February 2014

located outside the downtown, is not convenient for traveller want walking around, because, nothing as reastaurant or shop, but is ok, if you search for relax on the resort area and swimming pool.
restaurant serve great food alla cart, fresh, yo ucan choose to eat on pool side , or restaurant.
10 minutes faraway fro mairport, easy reach by tuk tuk.

Room Tip: all rooms location are almost near the pool with privacy connecting roads
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank toto196
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Reviewed 15 January 2014

The Palm Village in Siem Reap is a small privately operated resort comprised of 18 bungalows of various sizes, along with a spa, restaurant, pool and nicely manicured grounds in a walled and secure compound. You will find an authentic colonial experience, that is not only comfortable and quiet, but also true to the region's humble homes (a la bungalows on stilts), and landscaped thick with the local flora and fauna to the point that it feels like a jungle. This gem is a result of the vision of the owner and matriarch Channat Em, who built it 10 years ago on the sweat of her own brow and runs a very tight operation despite the limited availability of trained service staff in the area. The construction is very sturdy and clean, and well maintained considering it is away from the hotel rows, which is something to consider if you are expecting to walk to your dinner and entertainment: it is out on the edge of town on a bumpy and dusty road, so your tuk tuk driver might be grumpy that he has to drive there. If you are willing to rent bicycles, as we did, you can make you way on your own - 10 minutes to the main intersection in town and 15 minutes to the entrance of Angor Wat. Their tiny restaurant made delicious food and had a full and diverse menu, although their system of ordering by filling out a form was prone to errors and misunderstanding of WHEN food might be ready. (we highly recommend the sweet potato fry cakes). Overall, the resort was clean, comfortable, unusual in a good way, with honest service that was slightly prone to minor errors, yet quaint and charming to the point of endearing. We were amazed at what the owner created with so little resources. We would stay again without hesitation.

Room Tip: On the edge of town, not for you if you want to be close to the city center A gem that feels almost feels like you are camping in the jungle
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mmossman
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Reviewed 24 December 2013 via mobile

Nice hotel in the middle of nowhere. The hotel is off the beaten track, close to the temples but a $6 return journey into town. Rooms are good and clean, showers very basic. Water is hot but jet not powerful. Pool is cold at this time of year but the setting is beautiful. Staff is very nice.
Food is good. Not had any spa treatments so can't say anything about it.
Wouldn't want to ne there in the rainy season.

Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 6 December 2013

A friend and I stayed at the Palm Village for a few days in mid November. I have to say I had been quite concerned about mosquitos knowing they can be carriers of viruses one would do their best to avoid. With no word of a lie, we had more mosquitos on our bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh than we ever encountered in our rooms, in the restaurant or around the pool. The owner told me she sprays twice a week and like I said. Maybe we were lucky, but we were there for 5 days and no problems.
We each had a bungalow and the room was cleaned every day, as was the pool. Laundry service was excellent and inexpensive. The food was some of the best we had in Cambodia.
While staying there we met an Austrian woman who raved about the massage and she was a retired physiotherapist so knew whereof she spoke.
My only criticism would be the lighting in the bathroom could be placed better. During the day the bathroom is brilliantly lit via glass panels in the ceiling which is diffused by a draped white sheet acting as a canopy but at night there is only a single fluorescent lamp high on the wall and behind where you would stand facing the mirror.
The road to get to Palm Village was still in need of repair but it appeared work was commencing the week we left so it may be somewhat improved by now.
In short, a fine place to stay, affordable for the average traveller, friendly helpful staff, tuk tuk service at the door for the short ride to the city centre and the best free breakfast I've had anywhere in S. E. Asia.

Room Tip: We liked the bungalows detached, quiet and reasonably priced. I believe they were units C8 and C9.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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3  Thank Saxxxon
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