Angkoriana Boutique Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No. 297, Blvd. Charles de Gaulle, Daun Pa Khum, Siem Reap, 998888, Cambodia

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Value Score Great Value!

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    Welcome haven

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    Arriving in Siem Reap after the 6-hour bus ride from Phnom Penh we were delighted to see our names on a plaque being held up by a smiling gentleman (we had requested a pick-up from the Hotel).
    For our visit to Siem Reap we opted not to stay in any of the larger Hotels that have sprung up throughout Siem Reap, particularly on National Route 6, the road leading in to town from the Airport.
    The Angkoriana has managed to combine the best of both worlds, a homely comfortable atmosphere with a modern hotel.
    From the time we arrived until early the morning we left we were always made feel welcome and at home. We have found that, at times, in some of the larger Hotels the staff seldom remembers your face. Not so in the Angkoriana.
    The Front Desk Staff always asked after our day & our plans for the following day. They were a great help with advice on where to visit, markets to go to and places to eat, all with that never ending smile that seems to be part and parcel of the Cambodian people.
    The Dining, Bar & Poolside Staff were always ready with a smile, as were the girls in the Beauty Spa, so I was told.
    Our Tuk-Tuk driver was organized from the Hotel, so we had the same man for most of our stay. He was always ready with an explanation for the various Temples, buildings, and, at times, the heaps of stones we happened to be looking at. He brought us off the well-worn tourist path several times, which was a great help. He made unrequested stops, and then turned to us with a smile suggesting we try this stall for Palm Sugar Sweets or this stall for silks. We were happy with his suggested purchases.
    Overall the Angkoriana has managed to create a welcoming haven of peace and tranquility following a day of exploring Angkor’s famous Temples. I have no hesitation in recommending this Hotel for a more intimate, peaceful and quiet stay in Siem Reap.

    Unique Quality: Bits & Pieces:
    Rooms: Very spacious, comfortable and extremely clean. Air-conditioning worked well and was a welcome relief after a day climbing and exploring the Temples.
    Entrance Foyer: A welcoming smile always waited on coming in to the Hotel; the foyer was cool, spacious and comfortable.
    Poolside: The swimming pool in the Angkoriana is one of its major assets. It was well used by residents while we were there but was well monitored and also kept clean with no shortage of towels or places to sit or lounge.
    Dining Area: We had breakfast each morning during our stay and were always impressed by both the quality of food and the service with which it was delivered. Being from Ireland we noted and very much appreciated the fresh milk, which was available for teas & coffee (a rarity in Cambodia).

    Directions: Directly opposite the Museum

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Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by charodei

Hi everyone,

We (4 of us) plan to go to Cambodia for one week.

Landed in Siem Reap on the 20th Oct. and plan to go to Ratanakiri on the 21st (night) or 22nd early morning.
And then going to Phnom Penh on the 25th (may or may not stay over night in Phnom Penh) and must leave PP to HCMC (Vietnam) – have to catch flight back to KL from HCMC on the 27th night.

Questions are:
- Would it be enough for us to explore the Angkor Wat on one day trip?
- What is the best option available to go from Siem Reap – Ratanakiri – HCMC? In 6-7 days.
- Is there a flight Siem Reap to Ratanakiri? Or from Ratanakiri to Phnom Penh. How much does it cost (one way)? Is there a website I could book the flight in advance?

Thanks

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by IndianPacific

"- Would it be enough for us to explore the Angkor Wat on one day trip? "
No

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by cachaseiro

There are currently no flights to Ratanakiri as the airport has been closed the past couple of years after a crash, but they are planning reopen it soon.
If you are going up to Ratanakiri then you are talking a long trip that is hard to do in a day and you might need two days to do it.
You might actually consider travelling from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh and then up to Ratanakiri after that and from Ratanakiri then cross the border to Dalat in Vietnam and then travel to HCMC from there as i think that route will be a little faster than backtracking to Phnom Penh from Ratanakiri.
The border crossing to Dalat is very new, but the road is paved and you can get there quite quickly.

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by RobSydney

The temples around Angkor Wat really deserve 3 days to experience them, one day is certainly not sufficient and to go all that way to just taste the 8 wonder of the world is missing a great opportunity.

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by charodei

thanks for the reply...

cachaseiro> what is the cross border name from ratanakiri to dalat?
been browsing around the internet but we can not find any border crossing that close to dalat.
if we skip ratanakiri, how to go to dalat from phnom penh without passing HCMC? any border crossing around kampong cham or kratie (anywhere that close to dalat)? and is it open for foreigner (3 of us are Indonesians and one Australian).

much thanks for the advice.

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by charodei

thanks RobSydney.... we'll think about it :)

Re: Siem Reap - Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh

by cachaseiro

I don't know the name of the crossing, but i was in Ratanakiri in march and the road had been paved and the locals told me the border was open now.

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