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Palm Village Resort & Spa
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Reviewed 2 April 2009

Although we'd noted the comments about location, the resort was further out of town on a bumpy dirt road than we'd expected. This meant that you were tied to the resort's own tuk tuks or car to leave the place unless you cycled or walked. Neither of those was really an option at night. Because of the state of the local roads, it actually took longer to get to Angkor Wat than from the other hotel we stayed at close to town.

The villas are pleasant although the shower wasn't very good. Most (but not quite all) the staff were very pleasant and helpful.

If you want somewhere to just relax, this place is ideal but we found the other hotel we stayed at more convenient, although it was dearer.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank amp-qld
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Reviewed 30 March 2009

We stayed here four nights while we toured temples and it was a marvellous spot to return to after or even during a hot day of sightseeing: lovely grounds, nice pool, cute bamboo bungalow, good food, massages, friendly staff who couldn't do enough for you (though a few waiters spoke little English). A little outside of town, but we realized we weren't missing anything there! We stayed here based on the recommendation of another traveller, and I was a little concerned about being out of town (though it's just 10 mins by tuk-tuk) and "trapped" (as it were) eating at the hotel restaurant -- but the food really was tasty, with lots of interesting Khmer choices, and reasonably priced. The included breakfast is all-you-can-eat. Palm Village was a great deal (US$39) and we'd recommend it to anybody.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank cheapncheerful
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Reviewed 26 March 2009

We stayed here for 5 nights in June 2008 (only just got round to writing a review), what a fanastic little hideaway. From the moment we arrived the staff were so attentive. The massages were sensational and the best I have ever had. The food was great and we just wished we had spent more time there. The little bungalows were so private and the surroundings were beautiful. The location is out of the way but the tuk tuk to Bar Street was very cheap although a bit bumpy. I would advise anyone to stay at this little Oasis as for the price of this resort you would be mad not to stay.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank topcat1972
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Reviewed 22 March 2009

We stayed at Palm Village for our quick trip for 3 days through Siem Reap. Overall it was a wonderful hotel, with extremely friendly staff.

The pluses of the hotel include:
-Great food at a good price
-The swimming pool; excellent to cool off in
-Very quiet individual bungalows
-Great massage services
-Mini fridge in room
-Free internet in main lobby

The only downside was the distance from town. I know others have mentioned this as well, and I didn't think it would be a big deal ... in reality, it's not. We were only at the temples one day and went to town every night, so for us being more central would be better. For anyone who wants to spend most days at the temples, and minimal time in town, this is perfect.

The breakfast was very good as well; we tried the traditional Khmer chicken porridge which was very nice. It's a good luxury to have it served wherever you like. There are order forms for everything...so you fill one out for any meals, massage services and tours / drivers.

It's truly out of the way place for relaxation and a great oasis.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank cybershaz
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Reviewed 18 March 2009

My husband and I stayed here for 4 days in February and it was the perfect place for exploring the temples and getting a flavour of the Cambodian countryside. We could not fault the service, even with an early rise for the temples at 5am breakfast was served to us with no fuss and the food here was the best we had in Cambodia.
The rooms are individual bungalows down a pretty path, we had air conditioning and a fan which helped with the heat at night. The bathroom was big and light with shower and traditional tub with water to splash yourself with. The bed was big and comfortable.
We picked this place as it was out of the town and had a pool. The pool was really refreshing after spending the day at the temples, there was free internet or wi fi in most of the rooms and a pool table.
We loved everything about this place, however some people might find it too far out of town for their liking. We had no trouble getting tuk tuks to the place but it is along a bumpy dirt road - but most of Cambodia is like this!
I can't wait to go back there again so I can see more temples and experience the great hospitality of the hosts!

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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