HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanumanAlaya Boutique Residence Siem Reap
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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... It must have been 40 degrees in there. Anyway I got a new alarm clock and we both got some very thin long cotton shorts. In addition we picked up some fruit for breakfast. I negotiated with a very sharp young seven year old on the price of some mixed vegetable crisps. Her English was excellent, her maths good, she worked in two currencies, and she was personable. It is interesting to speculate how far her brain and personality would take her in different circumstances. Siesta ...
We travelled from Fiji to Siem Reap (Cambodia) with stopovers in Brisbane and Singapore. We spent 6 days in Siem Reap exploring the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, tasting local food and learning about Cambodia's incredibly sad history under the Khmer Rouge regime and the Vietnam war at the Landmine museum. Under the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979, 2 million Cambodians ...
... back to the Claremont Hotel. Susan and I checked out the night market (where I completed my elephant ensemble) and we got a selection of silk scarves and a Tin-Tin t-shirt for a friend). Then we hopped into a remork (the Cambodian equivalent of a tuk tuk) and headed back to our hotel. On the drive today Sowann told me that Angkor Wat gets around 3 million visitors a year, but unfortunately most of the revenue goes to ...
... lost sleep. The remainder of that day was spent chilled around the pool with dinner at the hotel and an evening walk. Our dinner was a true spectacle. We have noticed a few things that even after 6 weeks we still can't get used to. Russians ..They literally have no shame. We are trying to eat our dinner and a couple are in the pool at 8pm having a raunchy photo shoot - him in his seedy speedos and and her in a Union Jack bikini to small for her. I was trying to hold in my ...
... villages and say how locals actually live, plus the scenery was gorgeous. The museum it's self was very interesting because 100's of locals are still killed every month due to the land mines that are still buried. They are working on defusing all the land mines but there are still hundreds of thousands to go....whats even more impressive is Ari Ka, the guy who founded the project, can diffuse the land mine with just a bamboo stick. Madness. With ...