Unique Boutique Cambodia

Address: Kruos Village, Siem Reap, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kruos Village, Siem Reap, is near Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Quad Adventure Cambodia, Angkor National Museum, and Baksei Chamkrong.
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          • Restaurant
          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsUnique Boutique Cambodia Siem Reap

          Reviewed by hamiltonfamily

          Boutique experience with heart

          Reviewed Dec 24, 2010
          by (2 reviews) Summerland , Canada Flag of Canada

          Wonderful oasis in Siem Reap. 6 villas tucked around a lovely pool and well maintained, lush garden. We didn't tour with Journeys Within but booked our stay independently as part of our family's 4 week SE Asia journey, and we are glad we did. What we got was luxury, but also an introduction to the work their non profit is doing to work with Cambodians to improve their lives. They are very low key about their NPO at the B&B. You would likely already know about their good work with Journeys Within Our Community through their website but if not, a pamphlet in your room explains their mandate and programs. It is very low key - no one ever approached us to donate towards the NPO but after you see how well organized they are, and the good work being done at their school next door you will want to make a donation to support them.
          The well appointed villas are beautiful, but it is also the little things that show attention to detail. Gift scarves on the bed when you arrive, Shampoo, conditioner and body wash in beautiful ceramic pots (much more eco friendly), bug spray and suntan lotion at the reception desk, access to the kitchen water cooler so that we could fill our water bottles and not keep using plastic water bottles, offers of a cool towel and ice water at the pool side after a long day at the temples.
          Also, I want to give a special mention to a tour guide who is independent but works often for Journeys Within. Leap Lam (who prefers to be called Luohn) english was exceptional - he studied as a Buddhist monk for a number of years and he was very knowledgable about Cambodia and able to share the little things of interest that make having a guide worthwhile. Guides can make or break an experience and Luonh made our day a memorable one. His contact info is Cambodianinsider@gmail.com or +855 122140 42 or +855 88 933 1526. He guides throughout Cambodia and SE Asia. Luohn took us to kayak at Kompong Pleuk and it was a wonderful experience.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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