My second stay this past July. While I like the older building, staying with my sister this trip, we were given a villa, which was a lovely setting and I will try and comeback just to relax. The service was stepped up since my last trip at the pool. The poolman was a trainee but seemed to be a veteran as far as service and attentiveness. Having seen an Apsara dance before I wouldn't have gone except for my sister wanting to and I am glad I did. The food variety was excellent and dancing excellent. Just long enough to enjoy. Had a family with two boys in front sat throughout the dance and every member not gotten up and down to get. Food, it would have been nicer, but not hotel fault of course. The rooms were spotless and any problem was dealt with quickly. The bar a welcome evening respite after trekking during the day, the bar staff friendly and welcoming. The restaurant was nice as well, with Cambodian fare and excellent seafood. Actually the entire staff, restaurant manager to chefs, just great for all food venues.. A 100! Our butler nice and accommodating as well. Not enough time for more than one spa treatment but it was good too I'd stay there again and again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set across from the Royal Palace, is one of the landmark historic hotels of the legendary Grand Tour of Indochina. Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor first opened its doors in 1932 but the legend lives on today after careful restoration. The hotel is rich in Cambodia history and full of original treasures, right down to the original working cage elevator in the lobby. Our doorman still welcomes everyone in a uniform inspired by the Royal Palace With the privilege of over 15 acres of beautifully landscaped French gardens and built around the country’s largest swimming pool, the hotel is a peaceful oasis to which to retreat after exploring the temples in the UNESCO World Heritage site only 10 minutes from the hotel. Relax and revitalise under the fragrant frangipani trees beside the magnificent pool inspired by Angkorian architecture, or enjoy a massage to ease away the travel. Stroll along the river to the vibrant markets and wonderful array of dining options. In addition to beautifully restored guest rooms you can choose from one of the luxury suites, including our most popular Cabana Suites with direct access from the balcony to the garden and pool. You may be surprised to know that Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor also has two of Siem Reap’s most luxurious two-bedroom Villas, providing utmost privacy and personal butler service in the private poolside setting. Food gourmets will delight with a variety of options including the popular Raffles Afternoon Tea and the Apsara Terrace, Siem Reap’s best cultural dance performance and dinner in the poolside gardens. For golf enthusiasts, there are several international golf courses and we recommend the award-winning Nick Faldo designed Angkor Golf Resort. Golf packages are available Complete your visit to Cambodia with a stay at our sister hotel Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh open since 1929 and the capital city’s only luxury landmark hotel. With lush tropical gardens and built around two swimming pools it is an oasis for travelers exploring the vibrant capital. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Raffles Grand Hotel d Angkor
- Raffles Grand Siem Reap