Angkor Village Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAngkor Village Resort Siem Reap
If , like me, you are looking for a beautiful hotel in the local architectural style, in this case Khmer or more accurately Khmer/French, you will be delighted with this find. A stylish hotel with a beautiful, river style swimming pool and large rooms and bathrooms. Breakfast is no more than fine and staff struggle somewhat with communicating but their English is a far sight better than my Khmer. It is a little way out the town but no more than 5 minutes in a tuk tuk and we haven't found that to be a problem at all.
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