Angkor Village Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAngkor Village Hotel Siem Reap
Beautiful hotel - an oasis in the town of Siem Reap. Gardens abound, the service is excellent, and the location is great. Highly recommend.
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... marvelled at the carved faces. We then saw the parade of elephants - carvings and bas relief. By this time of the morning there were heaps of people arriving and it was very busy and congested. By about 9:30am it was sooo very hot and we were glad to head back to the hotel. Our room was not cleaned so we were forced out to the pool area and swam to cool off. We had the place pretty much to ourselves which was ...
... the guesthouse to find the group relaxing downstairs in the lounge area. We purchased tickets to Siem Reap and waited for the bus to arrive at 3pm. The ride didn't feel as long as I expected. When we arrived, it was late evening- sometime around 11pm. We found a few Tuk Tuk drivers to take us to a guesthouse. Most were full so it took a while before they found one that had room. We were all exhausted, but excited for what was to ...