HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence

Address: 5 Krom 2, Siem Reap, PO2321, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Krom 2, Siem Reap, is near Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanumanAlaya Boutique Residence Siem Reap

Reviewed by garnerfamily

a great place to stay...

Reviewed Dec 6, 2011
by (3 reviews) Newquay , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We had two connecting double-rooms for a family (5 of us) and the guest house provided a roll-away bed for the 3rd child. The Ganesha pool is small but perfect to escape the heat of Siem Reap, and to freshen up after visiting the temples. The staff were fabulous- always really helpful and welcoming, remembering our names each time we came in and out. The food is really good and only a $ or so above the local places in town, and breakfast (included in the room price) is really good. The hotel decor is really nice, all dark wood and a lot of beautiful sculptures and interior dressing with an open-plan aspect to the public areas. A tuk-tuk from the hotel into town is only $3, and a great experience. The guest house is down an un-made, un-lit dirt road which we really liked because it was quiet and not on the main strip. However, there is quite a bit of building going on which means we think the area will change a bit in the next year or two, however, at present a fabulous place to stay - we loved it

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TripAdvisor Reviews HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence Siem Reap

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Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

Angkor Wat and About

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Feb 09, 2015

1 comment, 88 photos

... provides the infrastructure for tourists visiting the temples. It offers a good local market, the same talented circus performers we saw in Battambang as well as the fun "Pub Street" which is replete with cheap happy hour beer and restaurants. We visit the Cambodian Landmine Museum which is an excellent testimony to a man who has spent his life disarming mines and to the sad human capacity for barbarism. We immediately followed with a visit to the butterfly museum run by ...

Temples and Ta-Tas

A travel blog entry by marciad on Feb 06, 2015

16 photos

... a mixture of hindu and buddhist inspiration, were built between 790 and 1327 so they are legitimately old. There are over 1000 temples spread over a huge distance but many of them are rubble piles but many have been painstakingly restored from the jungle. Sadly many of the temples contain headless buddhas, a legacy of the Khmer Rouge's poor judgement. On the plus side, most of the ...

Run Rabbit Run Rabbit Run Run Run

A travel blog entry by marianner on Jan 30, 2015

41 photos

... babies! I'm not sure how I'll feel the day they don't need us at all, but it's very rewarding to see that so little can make such a big difference. The "don't need us at all" day is still a long way off and probably not in my lifetime but I'll smile from above (or below!) when it does happen. We lunch by the temples along with all the tourists. It's expensive but good. We probably should have waited to eat in town but it was late and I was starving! Tola drops me back at the ...

Day 117. The great Khmer Empire

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 23, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... of all the mains.

Side note. This area was real, beautiful Cambodian countryside. Huge paddy fields, palm tree forests, cows, chickens and monkeys. Wooden houses sat amongst trees with dirt courtyards, no gravel, grass or concrete. The sad side was how many children were working for their folks. I haven't seen them doing serious labour in paddy fields, more selling things, like Dah. Dah did tell us that she goes to school in the morning, ...

Siem Reap

A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Nov 26, 2014

3 comments, 31 photos

We've been in Siem Reap for about 10 days and only explored the Temples for two of those days. So what have we been doing? Mostly relaxing and doing homework. We met a family of 4 from England and Sam has really enjoyed playing with Holly and Jesse. Their parents Mike and Nicky are wonderful people with amazing travel stories.

Louise has made a point of trying some of the more interesting restaurants instead of settling for the status quo. This ...

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