Navutu Dreams Resort & Wellness Retreat
What We Love
- Daily yoga sessions and detox programs are offered at the spa (for an additional fee)
- Niam Niam restaurant serves traditional Cambodian food
- The hotel offers a free one-way tuk-tuk airport transfer
- Three pools on-site (freshwater and saltwater)
What To Know
- The hotel is a five-minute tuk-tuk ride from the center of Siem Reap, 20 minutes from Angkor Wat and 15 minutes from Tonle Sap lake
- Huge guestrooms start at 484 square feet
- All dietary requirements can be accommodated; a personalized menu can be created to suit your needs
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A 20-minute tuk-tuk ride from Angkor Wat, Navutu Dreams is an intimate wellness retreat surrounded by rice paddies and sugar plantations. The hotel grounds are the largest in Siem Reap and feature three pools (freshwater and saltwater), an air-conditioned yoga studio, a spa, a fitness center and a restaurant. Starting at 484 square feet, the spacious guestrooms are split across five pavilions, and each features wooden floors, brightly colored fabrics and feature walls and bathrooms cut from local stone, with his-and-hers showers and organic toiletries. Splurge on a Grand Suite (1076 square feet) for a separate living room adorned with Laotian and Khmer tribal art, a walk-in wardrobe and a deep soaking tub. Daily yoga sessions and detox programs are offered on-site, and free tuk-tuk rides are available to/from the center of Siem Reap and Angor Wat. In the evening fill up on traditional Cambodian cuisine at the Niam Niam restaurant, which is set on a raised deck under a thatch roof.
In the Area
The main reason to come to this part of the world is to marvel at the sprawling complex of temples at the Angkor Archaeological Park; be sure to watch the sun set over Angkor Wat from the 9th-century Phnom Bakheng. For a taste of local culture, visit the floating villages on nearby Tonle Sap lake. The harrowing Cambodia Land Mine Museum and School was founded by a former child soldier; it presents a devastating portrait of the Khmer Rouge and the country’s civil war. For some of the best dining in town, stop by the sophisticated Chanrey Tree, on the banks of the Siem Reap River, which has a gorgeous open-air dining room in its garden. Viroth’s, across the river, is another choice spot, while Wat Damnak’s chef, French-born Joannes Riviere, creates a new prix-fixe menu weekly. A nightcap at kitschy-cool Miss Wong is a must.
How to Get There
Beautiful chalets in relaxing setting. Great pools and lovely breakfasts. Easy to get tuktuk into town for restaurants and markets, but quiet spot away from hustle and bustle. Would definitely recommend for visiting Angkor Wat
We stayed at this stunning resort as part of a tour across Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. With spacious, air-conditioned rooms, charming little paths and 4 pools, you really are in the lap of luxury. The hotel breakfast, full of pastries and tropical fruit is not to be missed either! What better place to serve as a base for exploring Ankor Wat and the other stunning temples and sites of Seam Reap.
This is a superb hotel, set in lush grounds. Can't compliment the staff enough and the pools are perfect.
Awesome place to relax away from the bustle of Siem Reap. I come here often.
I'll be back again.