We stayed at the Palm Village resort over the New Years Holiday, staying for 2 nights. It's quite far from the city center, but I think in Siem Reap, this was more a plus than a minus. The back road getting there is bumpy, but as far as I could tell, it's one of the closest hotels to Angkor (wat, etc...) We borrowed books for $3 each and rode there to watch the sun come up. It took about 20 minutes by bike.
The pool was almost too cold, but the food served at the hotel is quite good. The staff was mostly polite, and we really didn't have any problems.
The bungalows were cozy, but the shower pressure was ridiculous, to the point that if you wanted actual warm water, you had to settle for a trickle.
The bed was comfy, and everything was not bad over all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestling in a quiet district of Siem Reap town, near the famed Angkor Wat temple, Palm Village offers you a unique accommodation with great hospitality, delicious Khmer cuisine, and relaxing massage & spa. Stay in one of the 18 exquisite bungalows and Khmer bamboo houses, made from local palm wood and bamboo furniture, and surrounded by green lush tropical garden. Whether you plan to have a short break, a family outing, or just to unwind from your hectic work, come to stay at Palm Village for a memorable experience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palm Village Hotel Siem Reap
- Hotel Palm Village