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West Riverside

About a five-minute tuk tuk ride into town, this is an interesting little area of Siem Reap. The road goes up along the river past Raffles Hotel, covered with a thick canopy of trees and lined with shop stalls and local markets. The temperature drops significantly around here, thanks to the cover of the trees, making it a really pleasant place to be. This area is beginning to pick up.

Old market

While a handful of budget lodgings are around here — some of which are very good — the Old Market area is more of a shopping, feasting and drinking zone than anything else. You can choose to stay in the heart of the area around the market, or across Sivatha Road there's a bunch of budget guesthouses.

The French quarter

Between Sivatha Road and the Siem Reap River lie some excellent mid- to upper-range options to choose from, including some of Siem Reap's most fabulous hotels. On the western side of Sivatha Rd though you're back to backpacker and flashpacker lodgings — none of which are the pick of the bunch in town.

  • Shinta Mani Resort

    Shinta Mani Resort

    Stylish and socially responsible

    Junction of Oum Khun and 14th Street, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 7611 998;

    In the old French quarter of Siem Reap, just five minutes’ away from Pub Street, the Shinta Mani Resort opened September 2013 in what was once the Royal Bay Inn. Slick and hip, the resort is an ... Read the full review of Shinta Mani Resort.

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    4 stars Over USD 150 1 vote Luxury
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    Sala Bai

    Giving something back

    155 Taphul Road, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 965 329;

    This is a training hotel for the students of Sala Bai, a hospitality training school for young, disadvantaged Cambodians from the villages around Siem Reap. The fees from the hotel, and restaurant, ... Read the full review of Sala Bai.

    4 stars USD 10 to 35 1 vote Flashpacker
  • FCC Angkor

    FCC Angkor

    Stunning but not cheap

    Pokambor Rd, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 760 280; F: (063) 760 281

    The Angkor branch of the FCC Phnom Penh has 29 terrific rooms and two suites, fitted out with all the mod cons. Like its sister hotel, the FCC Angkor has become an iconic destination, either to stay ... Read the full review of FCC Angkor.

    4 stars USD 75 to 150 2 votes Toprange
  • Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

    Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

    Classic colonial hotel

    1 Vithea Charles de Gaulle, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 963 888; F: (063) 963 168

    Winner of numerous awards, the splendid Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor is a spectacular example of classic colonial architecture. Raffles in Cambodia stands for history, and the evidence is everywhere ... Read the full review of Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor.

    4 stars Over USD 150 1 vote Luxury
  • Casa Angkor Hotel

    Casa Angkor Hotel

    Very pleasant, good pool

    Oum Khun Rd, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 963 658-9; F: (063) 963 657

    Casa Angkor's 95 rooms are spread across a couple of faux-colonial buildings in the heart of Siem Reap's French Quarter. The colonial style of the buildings is complemented by the traditional styling ... Read the full review of Casa Angkor Hotel.

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    4 stars USD 75 to 150 2 votes Toprange
  • Auberge Mont-Royal d'Angkor

    Auberge Mont-Royal d'Angkor

    Affordable creature comforts

    497 Taphul, Siem Reap
    T: (012) 630 131; F: (063) 964 528

    As you turn on to Taphul Road, one of the first things you'll notice is the bougainvillea fronted Auberge Mont-Royal d'Angkor, with its lovely French colonial style walls barely concealing an ... Read the full review of Auberge Mont-Royal d'Angkor.

    4 stars USD 10 to 35 6 votes Flashpacker
  • Smiley's Guesthouse

    Smiley's Guesthouse

    Popular with backpackers

    West of Sivatha Rd, Siem Reap
    T: (012) 852 955;

    One of Siem Reap's biggest and oldest backpacker dens, Smiley's is a fine, pragmatic choice. The large three-storey building is not the most charming although it's built around a pleasant courtyard, ... Read the full review of Smiley's Guesthouse.

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 5 votes Backpacker
  • Jasmine Lodge

    Jasmine Lodge

    Great atmosphere

    307 Road 6, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 760 697; F: (063) 760 697

    Jasmine continues to grow and thrive under the apt leadership of Mr Kunn, who's Boss according to his card. Unfortunately, with the growth has come a jump in prices, and the conversion of $2 rooms ... Read the full review of Jasmine Lodge.

    3 stars Under USD 10 7 votes Backpacker

Wat Bo

The backpacker heartland — loads of good budget guesthouses along with some exceptional midrange resorts. While the old market area is a 10- to 15-minute walk away, it is a pleasant riverside stroll.

Away from town

A few hotels are scattered further afield, particularly on the road to Angkor, but what you gain in proximity to the ruins, you lose in distance from Siem Reap town and its rich selection of eateries and other distractions.



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