Sarai Resort & Spa
What We Love
- A Moroccan-inspired luxury hotel in Siem Reap, with breakfast, transfers and a foot massageExploring Siem Reap's exotic streets and ancient temples
- Receiving complimentary breakfast and two-way transfers
- Feasting on Southeast Asian cuisine in the stylish restaurant
- Decompressing, with a foot massage for two
What To Know
- Downtown Siem Reap is just a 10-minute tuk tuk ride away
- The hotel is known to provide complimentary poolside foot massages
- Free WiFi throughout
Known as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, Siem Reap is a vibrant city that’s brimming with a delightful energy. Once the seat of the Khmer kingdom, this fascinating place sits within easy reach of Cambodia’s unrivaled displays of natural beauty and the ancient temples of Siem Reap Province. Sarai Resort & Spa provides a city-center getaway, near enough to the nightlife to take a dip in, should you want, but equally well placed for you to seek Siem Reap’s quieter side too.
A boutique, Moroccan-inspired resort in design, the hotel’s decked out with patterned tiles across the floors, latticed woods upon the walls and ornate arches framing the Cambodian vistas, inside and out. An inviting outdoor pool provides the place to be for a refresh from the day’s heat, or you can head to the spa area for an indulgent massage. The restaurant here follows the Moroccan theme in décor but not in menu; here, you can enjoy Southeast Asian specialties and remember the incredible place you already are.
Sarai Resort & Spa’s Gold Chamber guest rooms and suites are elegantly appointed, with dark woods, plush fabrics and sleek furnishings. Each comes complete with a pool view from a bay window.
Goat Tree Garden Restaurant offers a delectable menu of Southeast Asian cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The ambience here is refined, yet relaxed, with decorative arches, patterned-tile floors and dark woods, creating a decidedly Moroccan vibe.
Seasons Spa is a tranquil space with a Moroccan air to its design. You’ll find a range of treatments on offer that blend ancient techniques with natural products. While an hour or so away in a low-lit treatment room, as an expert therapist detangles those post-flight knots, before chilling out admit the patterned tiles of the relaxation room.
Sarai Resort & Spa is situated just a short stroll from Pub Street and the Old Market, which both offer a lively nightlife. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat is just 20 minutes away by car.
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What a wonderful place to spend a few days! The staff are so nice and helpful. We booked an Angkor Wat tour through the hotel - excellent driver, car and awesome tour guide. The Goat Tree restaurant food was delicious, and the breakfast buffet.... I would go back just for the fried rice! We also enjoyed an excellent spa treatment at the resort- my muscles still feel like jell-o... in the best way possible. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. Thank you Sarai report and crew for a great stay!
We absolutely love this hotel!! I would give it a 10 star. The Moroccan inspired decor was absolutely beautiful!! The staff was exceptional from check in till we leave. They were very friendly and helpful! I feel like they really put their genuine best effort out to make sure their guests have a good stay.
The pool is pretty self explanatory, absolutely beautiful! The rooms are very clean and beautiful. They stocked us with fruits and water everyday.
Goat tree restaurant and complimentary breakfast was just amazing. The food was sooo goood!!! The staff would remember to make me dragonfruit juice every morning :) We also met the chef and took a cooking course, it was so fun!!
We will definitely be back if we ever go back to Siem Reap. THANK YOU Sarai!!! You made our trip to Cambodia even more enjoyable!!
Located in a nice residential area which is quite a hidden gem near the city center (10mins walk from the art market and pub street) also surrounded lots of nice restaurants with less than two blocks away.
The hotel itself is less than 2 years old. the building itself looks amazing with lots of open space along with natural light. But somehow their interior are really old and depressed in the room (at first i thought they are more than 10 years old).
With the 4-star price tag, we cannot complain but a little bit overpriced for "premium" Cambodia hotel as they promised.
Airport transfer: They offered a round-trip airport transfer in our hotel room package but then we found out it was complimentary ONE-WAY and we had to share the car with other guests.
Language barrier: we reckon only 10% of hotel staffs actually speak English, we needed to repeat ourselves multiple times when we visit the pool bar or have breakfast at the main restaurant.
Spa: It is nice and clean but the staffs dont really understand what you need.
Good: Great location and friendly staff.
Bad: #1: When you get a room make sure there is not a 2 story suite next to your room. We heard our neighbors go up and down their stairs at 5:00 am (to see the sunset) and all night long. Sleeping was a challenge.
Less than great #2: The breakfasts were short of variety and the food was cold this morning. Pancakes, french toast, fried rice had no heating elements so everything was at room temperature.
Less than great #3: The room's size is adequate yet underwhelming. We had little extra space to move around.
Summary: Nice hotel but I am having a hard time understanding why others would rate this hotel so high.
Again, maybe the friendliness of the staff offset the hotel's issues.
The place was great my wife and I really enjoyed,
I love the pool and the customer service was good too. the reson why I graded 4 out of 5 that is because the remote control was realy dificult to used, Some of the staff were nice but somtimes they diden't know how to reply back to my quiestions in english, a couple of day they diden't do our room turn down, and I asked why that hapened and they were not able to actualy explaine why. At the restaourant there house red wine was to sweet and bad quiality. For breakfas the restaurant is not to organised at all, it is a mess, it looks like the restaurant staff is completaly lost. The restaurant is quit smal. It is a buffet, but you also can ordered from the menu, but no one explains that to you, not untill you asked for eggs, and then they will tell you that you can also order eggs from the menu. The restaurant staff dot know or are not used to explain how thing worked at the restaurant.
Oh well, over all if you put good face to this small stuff it is all good.