Family-friendly and secluded
What we say:
Near Pavillion Indochine, Palm Village is a cheaper, charming spot with the same private atmosphere and close proximity to the Angkor park, and a nice intermediary between the guesthouse and boutique options. The entrance leads directly into a large wooden restaurant with a pool table and plenty of seating. A winding stone path, flanked by dense palms and flowering bushes, leads to individual huts, the interiors of which are decorated in bamboo, to lovely effect. Inside, rooms are cosy, with TV, hot water, and some with air-con. The interior furnishings are all made of palmwood and loads of bedlinen is provided. Bathrooms are super bright thanks to skylights, shaded by canvas awnings. In addition to standing showers, there's a large bathing area in the rear that's too large to be a tub, perhaps a nice splash pool for kids. The employee showing us the room couldn't explain what it was for either. The outside pool is well-shaded and large, and has to be one of the coolest pools in Siem Reap. There's a massage area beside it, and also a tower-platform for watching the sunset over the countryside and occasional yoga sessions. Unlimited breakfast included in the price.
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Contact details:Road to Angkor, Siem Reap. T: (063) 964 466, (012) 631 141
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||35 USD||40 USD|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||39 USD||45 USD|
|Family room||40 USD||45 USD|
|Triple air-con private b'room||45 USD||50 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 28th July, 2009
Last visited or updated on: 17th September, 2013
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Rated 5 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
Beautiful spot, great staff
We stayed here for four nights on our honeymoon after finding a review in National Geographic. It is located just outside Siem Reap, and as a result is quiet and secluded. The place is beautiful inside the compound. Small bamboo huts and cabins are spread out within an amazing tropical garden. The pool area is beautiful and great to unwind in after a long day of touring temples in the heat. The food is amazing. You can pre-order meals, and with two hours notice, staff will prepare you authentic Khmer dishes. We never really felt the need to make a special trip into Siem Reap at night - it was nice just to kick back here. The staff are helpful and can make arrangements for you. They have at least one tuk tuk driver available to you all the time at fixed rates, and will pick you up on your arrival to Siem Reap. Arrangements with APSARA guides in many languages can be made for you to tour the Angkor complexes with (we highly recommend this - we used their English speaking guide). If you are looking for a romantic or peaceful place to stay, then Palm Village is highly recommended. f you are looking for a place in the middle of the party action, then this is not for you.
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