Apsara Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsApsara Holiday Hotel Siem Reap
Our stay here was very nice. Rooms were clean and the service excellent. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
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... this either. The food was almost flavourless and when Phil can't eat a burger you know something is wrong with it. The waitress spend more time 'puttting on her face' then serving and it was clear that we were interrupting her. We didnt stay long and headed back to our rooms for a drink and bed. Such a disappointing end to our day and really shows what the difference can be between small boutique hotels and big hotels. Absolutely chalk and ...
Had a really **** nights sleep as people where load and drunk when they came to bed... Having loud conversations (rude?) then loads of people checked in and sorting their bags/beds etc. can't moan at them not really anything they done wrong it's just a bit annoying. I get cranky without my sleep!! Today went to the War museum & Killing field. War museum was really interesting as the man showing us around was in the war against the Khmer Rouge and had shot wounds, shrapnel in his ...
... repellent in a store for $ 1.90 and for 10 cents change we received 400 Cambodian Riel, in 100 Riel notes. The second night we had a Cambodian barbecue in a place where the locals go and had fun. You have to look at the photos to get an idea what it was like. I didn't appreciate them putting ice cubes in our ...
Friday our last day at Grace House we celebrated Khmer New Year with lots of games and dancing for everyone. We arrived at our usual time at 8:30 to provide any last minute assistance to the staff. All the classrooms had been decorated the day before by all the students. They made lots of colourful banners, chain links, lanterns, stars. The disabled kids made some bright coloured cellophane five pointed stars which adorned the main office ...
... we had (unnecessarily) brought with us and made it like a skirt. They said this was no good. We asked why and they said it had yo be "real" clothing. Anywhere we have been, if you have covered your knees with any wrap or anything it is fine but they said even a sarong wasn't allowed. It didn't seem to make sense as to why not and I was getting annoyed so I said "Forget it". But Dave wouldn't be beaten and suggested we swap shorts as his were longer. So we found ...