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What We Love

  • Nature and nurture at a relaxing spa resort among the tropical flora, with breakfast and moreMaking yourself cozy in the suite of your choice
  • Receiving daily breakfast, plus a welcome drink and other extras
  • Having a healthful, restorative vacation, as you visit the spa and wander among the tropical foliage

What To Know

  • Only 10 minutes by tuk-tuk from bustling Siem Reap
  • Complimentary airport transfer is included
  • Free WiFi is fast and reliable
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A nature-inspired wellness destination, including breakfast, a welcome drink, a cold towel and more

The Lowdown

The gateway to the ancient wonders of Angkor Wat is a bustling place. There you’ll find a rush of Tuk Tuks zipping along roads, beautiful, colonial-style shop-houses, plenty of local markets and street food stalls spread amongst a smattering of city hotels. Though dusty and crowded, Siem Reap charms with its authenticity and strong hold on its rich culture and traditions. The heart of modern-day Cambodia, it is an exciting place to explore and a great starting point before visiting the rest of the country.
Mark your visit to the country with a stay at a five-star sanctuary. Not too far from the city centre, but secluded enough to guarantee peace and quiet, Elegant Angkor sits nestled within a lush garden. The resort and spa opened mid-2016 and is loved for its modern interiors with touches of Cambodian grandeur. Guests particularly love the deep, bathtubs available with each suite. The resort is pretty exclusive with just 46 suites and four private pool suites. Each unique in design and style, these elegant and spacious suites will whisk you away on a luxurious experience. Pair your stay with a spa treatment at the resort’s Lemongrass Spa to complete your holiday.

How to Get There

Elegant Angkor Resort & Spa
Elegant Street, Tropang Treng Village
Siem Reap, 17000 Cambodia


5.0 Excellent 358 Reviews
best hotel in Siep Reap
Reviewed 15 hours ago

Highly recommend this place with highest quality service. Especially the front desk manager Mr Meng. He told me about local culture and life in Cambodia which could not learn from the tour guide. Already missed the place. Will definitely visit again.

Awesome hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed my time in Siem Reap. The resort was great, food and drinks were nice and best of all was the staff who bent over backwards to make us feel comfortable.

I would certainly recommend Cambodia and Siem Reap.

Best Hotel in Siep Reap!
Reviewed 6 days ago

I was in Cambodia about ten days, and Nita by vo resort is the best choice ever. The location is littlebit far from downtown, so it's very peaceful. The room is so clean and beautiful, big swimming pool, good foods and kind steps! If I visit the Cambodia next time, I will visit the Nita by vo again. There is no debt. Thank you for making great experience in Siem Reap.

Quiet, lovely hotel
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed a couple of nights in this lovely hotel. It's about 10min tuktuk drive from city center so if you want somewhere quiet and relaxing and wanna avoid the crowd, then this place would be perfect. The staffs were very kind, helped us with tours, dinner reservations and other things. I saw some other review about not enough hot water but when we stayed, we didn't have problem with that.

Excellent and quiet hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing and quiet hotel.
The swimming pool it’s amazing and the happy hour at the hotel bar is one of those small pleasures of life.
The crew is gentle, nice and always open to help.
The helped us to arrange our tours and tour guide to visit Angkor Wat.
The rooms are big, clean (they even let you choose the smell when you arrive) and minimalistic style. The room has a big bath tube.
The hotel is not in the city center but that is notab problem because it’s just 10 tuc-tuc drive to the city center (around 2 USD)
If you ask for a tuc-tuc driver to take you to Angkor Wat, ask for “Lucky” (and get some beer before so he can put it in an small fridge he has in his tuc-tic.
Summarizing highly recommendable. They made our stay in an impressive place as Siem Reap, even better.