Presents each night at turndown, from Monkey Balm for mosquito bites to locally made fans
Free airport transfers in a vintage 1960s Mercedes Benz
Cool jazz for sultry nights every Thursday from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Unlimited a la carte breakfast included with Khmer and Western specialties
What To Know
Excursions are effortless with in-house Heritage Adventures, but pricey compared to off-site operators
Downtown Siem Reap's Pub Street is a leisurely mile walk or quick tuk-tuk ride away
Standard Rooms might feel too cozy for platonic friends: just side-by-side twin mattresses in a double frame
Parking on site
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Colonial glamour on the outside, Asian deco on the inside at this Relais & Chateaux respite near Angkor Wat
Legendary Khmer hospitality meets its match at Relais & Chateaux's only Cambodian property, a 26-room colonial-styled complex and spa across the river from the Royal Residence and Angkor National Museum. Suites offer Asian Art Deco decor, steam rooms, oversized tubs and small private gardens with outdoor showers — some even have Jacuzzis. A large salt-water pool draws guests for afternoon dips, happy hour cocktails and romantic candlelit meals in a private gazebo. And the spa is the perfect place to unwind after a long day at Angkor Wat with organic products and treatments inspired by traditional Khmer massage techniques.
In the Area
Angkor Wat: majestic, mysterious and manic. Crowds anthill around the UNESCO World Heritage site’s millennium-old Hindu/Buddhist ruins. To capture more of that just-discovered Tomb Raider feel, arrive early—before sunrise if you're a photographer—and consider sites farther afield, like Kbal Spean's ”River of a Thousand Lingas” the delicate pink-sandstone carvings at Banteay Srei and the 12th century lost temple of Beng Mealea. Angkor Thom's multi-faced Bayon, root-choked Ta Prohm and awesome Angkor Wat itself are just the inner circle of a 400-square-km complex that's at the heart of a recently discovered, even larger Khmer empire. For a taste of authentic Cambodian food, stop into the no-frills Khmer Kitchen, a favorite of everyone from the New York Times to Mick Jagger.