A garden hideaway
What we say:
This French-run boutique hotel is a good out-of-the-centre of Siem Reap choice. The refreshing swimming pool is larger than those at most other boutique hotels, surrounded by a wooden patio that compliments the wooden walkways winding throughout the grounds. There's also a comfortable bar and small restaurant on the second floor of a restored wooden Khmer house (that for a change is un-muddled with) and a series of duplex bungalows spread through their lush and leafy grounds. Each bungalow building has four rooms, (two upstairs, two downstairs) and they are all tastefully decorated and come with small verandas — a second floor room is generally a better option. There are 24 in total. One minor quibble is the number of doors for each room — each has an outer door, then screen door, then inner glass doors, and on more than one occasion we found it a bit of a struggle to actually get inside! Doors aside, rooms are spotless, with good firm beds and immaculate bathrooms. There's a massage sala by the pool and plenty of shade. Very professional management. The one issue with this property is the location — set down a dirt road behind a temple in Wat Bo, the walk during the day is fine, but some may find it a little intimidating come the evening — luckily there is no shortage of tuk tuks to help you get home.
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Contact details:235 Phum Slorkram, Siem Reap. T: (063) 963 639
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||49 USD||63 USD||Includes breakfast|
Added to Travelfish on: 4th August, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 17th September, 2013
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Rated 5 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
A great place
My girlfriend and I went to the Golden Banana and were not satisfied so we came here. This place is a little further out of town but closer to Angkor Wat. It is really nice and one of the best places we stayed at in all of SE Asia. Great room, great pool and really nice restaurant with good breakfast. Phillip, the French manager is very nice and professional. After staying here we stayed in his new hotel in Phnom Penh Mystere D'Mekong. Also recommended. If you stay here you HAVE TO book Mr. Brown as your tuk tuk driver for Angkor Wat. He is the nicest, happiest tuk tuk driver you'll ever meet. He hangs outside the front gate everyday.
Mysteres d'Angkor reviewed by esedransk (Total reviews: 14) on
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