Landing Point Villa Hotel
Great choice for a splurge
What we say:
The Landing Point is an independently owned luxury hotel, not a chain, and the minimalist design utilises natural light and space for an overall soothing effect.
Very spacious and spotless rooms have balconies, high ceilings, wide windows, soft lanterns, desks and sumptuous beds to go with the amenities you'd expect -- air-con, fridge/minibar, safe, WiFi and cable TV. Lovely bathrooms feature industrial-chic polished concrete sinks and tubs that are perfect for a long, relaxing soak. Though too small for laps, the swimming pool is perfectly formed and attractive.
The polite, professional staff offer juice and cold towels to guests upon arrival. They also not only arrange free pick-up from the airport, bus station or ferry port, but also send guests on their way after check out for no extra charge.
A great range of Western and Asian breakfast options are included in the rates, and a restaurant serves a small but well thought out menu throughout the day.
The surrounding Wat Bo area is also home to several great dining options and the action of Pub Street is about a 15-minute walk away. It's best to check online before paying the rack rates; our search yielded rooms as low as $39 during low season.
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In depth reviewRead a more in depth review of Landing Point Villa Hotel on the Travelfish blog.
Contact details:Off Street 26, Wat Bo area, Siem Reap. T: (063) 969 686 F: (063) 965 676
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Deluxe Suite||90 USD||90 USD||With balcony; pool view with balcony is $120|
Added to Travelfish on: 24th May, 2013
Last visited or updated on: 24th May, 2013
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