Bopha Angkor Hotel & Restaurant

0512, Street Acharsvar, Siem Reap, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 0512, Street Acharsvar, Siem Reap, is near Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBopha Angkor Hotel & Restaurant Siem Reap

    Reviewed by peterymlee

    Nice boutique hotel close to main town area

    Reviewed Sep 5, 2012
    by (13 reviews) , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

    For those like me, who love small boutique hotels, this is almost as good as it gets. For RM90 per night (single pax), its certainly value fr money and comfortable and clean. So what more can you ask for?!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by pgcrough

    What a beautiful hotel!

    Reviewed Feb 28, 2011
    by (17 reviews) Prince George , Canada Flag of Canada

    We checked in after a nasty 18 hour bus ride from Saigon and it was like entering an oasis! Everything is perfect. The landscaping is imaginative and elegant. The pool is such a welcome site after a day at the temples. The food has been quite good although a bit pricey compared to what we were used to spending in Vietnam. We would definitely return to the Bopha.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Bopha Angkor Hotel & Restaurant Siem Reap

    Hidden across the river

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    I looked at many hotels before deciding where to stay. Bearing in mind we arrived just when the peak season prices were higher than these the week prior.

    Because we visited in the start of May which is the hot season and I mean hot - 40 degrees every day my main prerequisite was a pool so we chose to stay at the Bopha Angkor Hotel. This was a mid range hotel decorated in traditional Khmer style with terracotta tiled floors and beautifully carved timber doors and furniture. It is located across the river in the quieter part of town but close enough to walk if you wished. It offered the luxuries that we needed such as hot water, refrigerator and air-conditioning and a fabulous cooked to order breakfast in their open air restaurant. We did have a problem with the first day that we arrived the fridge and air-conditioning was not working properly so we were finally moved to a larger room overlooking the pool. The pool was a godsend as at the end of the day coming home hot and dusty it was a relief to be able to cool off. This all came at a cost of about $40US a night including breakfast. The normal price was $46US. Airport pickup was $5US each way. And of course any extras such as laundry, mini bar drinks, phone calls etc all came at a mid range to expensive cost as well.

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    Recommended

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    The Bopha Angkor was just what I wanted. Boutique with Cambodian charm/style, located within walking distance of the old town/market yet in a fairly quiet location.(However, steer clear of the rear rooms as there is a restaurant with some noise behind the hotel. My room #307 was on the first floor with a balcony looking the river...very nice. Room was clean. Restaurant food well priced and delicious. There are plenty of tuks tuks to rent out the front of the hotel. The pool was clean and relaxing, with bar service. In short I had no complaints at all. I booked on the web direct with the hotel...no problems. They also arranged at my request a driver to pick me up and drop me off at the airport...at the same cost as a taxi hailed off the street. They can arrange a tuk tuk driver and guide for Angkor Wat. These are at the same cost as arranging these direct yourself. I would definitely stay here again!

    Charm but not luxury

    from

    A charming place in a quiet, pleasant setting. Close enough to the Old Market area, but beware of getting run over by bicycles when walking there at night.

    Rooms are large and OK. We upgraded to a pool side room and had a nice little terrace overlooking the pool. Bathroom was so-so ... shower inside the bath.

    Good food and excellent breakfast. Pleasant places to sit and have an evening drink. Competent staff.

    A good choice if you want to avoid the large hotel complexes and stay in a smaller, cozier environment.

    Beautiful little hotel

    from

    We stayed three nights at the Bopha Angkor--four would have been even better. (Siem Reap is a charming little town and we saw too little of it, could have used one day just to explore the town.) Rooms at the Bopha Angkor were good-sized and quite pretty, lovely grounds, lovely pool (very refreshing after a day at Angkor Wat), delicious breakfast. The location is ideal.

    Lots of character, small and intimate

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    Really enjoyed this hotel - ended up staying an extra night because we loved Angkor so much.

    The hotel is traditionally Asian, mid size with about 30 rooms, in the middle of well maintained gardens. Amongst the gardens, is a well maintained swimming pool big enough for laps and pleasant enough for some sunbathing.

    The hotel is in a good location - you can walk to Bar St, or get a tuk tuk, yet is far enough away to feel out of the commercial centre of town. Friendly staff and a good restaurant round off the services, and represent great value for money, bearing in mind the room rate.

    Couple of minor qualifiers - lunchtime snacks are disappointing, and you should expect the classic asian "wet" bathroom with no separate shower cubicle.

    All in all, a great place to stay and highly recommended.

    Overrated

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    Service mind *****

    Pleasant staff. Cambodians are generally nice.

    Food (breakfast)****

    Served in set. Choice of continental (with eggs) or Asian (noodle soup). Beautiful servings of fruits.

    Decoration ***

    Very tastefully decorated, though not very neat

    Location **

    In a FAR walking distance to the old market or other areas. The street is not well lit. Though the local say it's safe to walk. Better talk a tuk-tuk (tricycle).

    Facilities and amenities *

    - No in-room safe, hairdryer, telephone

    - hard towels

    - one only tiny soap provided. no shampoo, bath gel, cotton buds, etc.

    - light was broken

    - water temp and pressure not up to standard

    Cleanliness *

    - dirty, muddy and smelly water

    I stood in the bath tub and bent over to wash my hair. I felt something hard and grainy in my hands and i first thought it was dirts from Angkor Wat or so until I opened my eyes and saw blackish, muddy dirt mixed with the water. Both from the shower and from the tap.

    - I sneezed too often because the place had been cleaned properly.

    The Bopha hotel is wonderful

    from

    We stayed at the Bopha Angkor hotel for 5 days and absolutely loved it. It's impeccably clean and very well run, the staff will do everything to make you feel welcome and cared for. Great attention is paied to detail, not only in the service, but also the way the hotel and its garden are decorated - lots of quiet corners, sumptous garden, great pool, very tastefully decorated. And the restaurant is one of the best in Siem Reap! Would go back there any time!

    We loved the Bopha Angkor

    from

    We stayed at the Bopha Angkor hotel in July, and really loved it. The staff were very friendly, and helped arrange transportation (airport and to Angkor). The breakfast was really nice; our room was very comfortable and clean; the pool very refreshing. The grounds of the hotel are covered in nicely maintained gardens, with flowers, potted plants, bamboo, etc...

    The Bopha Angkor is the BEST!!

    from

    This Hotel is ideally located minutes from the main drag but also far enough so that u have peace and quiet! Its also located closer to another smaller main area (the Khmer Ghetto with other restaurants and stuff and Highway 6, to Airport) so its another reason to stay there. But the most important reason is the value, the luscious tropical gardens with numerous beautiful ponds and fountains, the amazing (but small) pool, and the rooms! We stayed in a deluxe room (72$/nite) but there are cheaper rooms with good amenities at 40-50/nite. Definitely worth it! Finally the food is good, but u probably want to explore outside the Hotel to find variety such as the Kymer Kitchen: super yummy!

    Carlo and Alex

    An excellent hotel

    from

    A very good, clean hotel with a lovely small pool and an EXCELLENT restaurant. Staff is very frendly.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bopha Angkor Hotel & Restaurant Siem Reap

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent