The place is nice enough, however the reviews don't emphasize enough how far it is from the city. Unless you want to be isolated and do nothing, it is probably worth consdering how to get back and fro. Unless you negotiate a rate with your own driver for the entire stay, you will depend on the hotel or the lonely driver who will then charge you more as there is no competition.
Also, you will be driven over the dusty roads and dusty is - underestimate. At night, there is absolutely no street light to the hotel, and the drive will be somewhat spooky. The crime is non-existent or very low (better say) so there is not much of danger, but still it is not pleasant.
And the hotel itself looks better online that in reality. The pool is so saturated with chlorine that it's impossible to stay long. Rooms are cheap, but I suppose for the price, certainly worth the money.
- 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