Borei Angkor Resort & Spa
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Zeer vroeg in de ochtende (7u!) begonnen we aan onze eerste kennismaking met het Cambodjaanse woud. Er staan niet minder dan vijf tempels op het programma.
De eerste tempel die we bezochten is deze van Banteay Srei die beschouwd wordt als een juweeltje van de Khmerkunst. Vervolgen de tempels van Ta Som, Neak Pean en Preah Khan. Onze …
Zonder al te veel hoofdpijn begonnen we onze dag met een bezoek aan de tempel Bakong die dateert van de 9de eeuw.
Daarna vetrokken we per boot naar het Kampong Klean dorp, gelegen in het uiterste noorden van het meer van Tonle Sap, dat 7,5% van de oppervlakte van Cambodja beslaat. Het dorp, dat uit paalwoningen bestaat en drijvende …
Als afsluiter van onze rondreis in Cambodja bezochten we vandaag de indrukwekkende koninklijke stad van Angkor Thom, het laatste bouwwerk van de Khmerdynastie. We betraden deze oude stad via de zuidelijke poort op een olifant, zoals echte keizers :-) Perfect in het midden staat de tempel van Bayon, versierd met meer dan 200 reusachtige gezichten. …
What a crazy night that was meeting up with our friends, we got quite drunk. We hit Angkor wat temples yesterday, that was amazing. Was so bloody hot haha. There was so many temples and it was quite a sureal experiance. We hit the town again last night and had a decent night.
Just chilling at the hotel today and then going to visit a …
Arrived yesterday and after a time in the visa line we were able to enter the country, where we were met by our car and driver who took us to our home for the next few days. We had a tour of the facilities and were told we were being upgraded for the last 3 nights to a suite which we find had a significantly larger balcony with room for an outside …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBorei Angkor Resort & Spa Siem Reap
When getting an -80% deal on GroupOn, we had no idea how lucky we were. The hotel is superb (the room, the restaurant), location is great - at the border of the town, the closest to the temples, and travel desk is super helpful - the bikes were arranged in 20 minutes, tour guide was very informative... We couldn't ask for more. Highly recommended
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Historical Traveler Reviews Borei Angkor Resort & Spa Siem Reap
Travellers with children should like this hotel
The room had a great view of the pool and our two young children loved it. The pool helped the children to relax after a whole day at the temple. We recommend this hotel to couples with young children.
In addition, the staff were really friendly.
The Lee family from Kuala Lumpur.
Excellent value for money. I booked two deluxe rooms through asiarooms but was upgraded to a suite as the hotel management could not get a connecting room for me. Both rooms are large and clean. The only exception was the lack of coffee/tea making facility. However, this was offset by two free bottles of water daily - you will need this as exploring Angkor can be a hot & humid expereince!
Breakfast was something to look forward to. Good combination of food offerred. All the staff, without exceptions are friendly and courteous. I also found out that the owner actually lives on the top floor of the hotel. It's good to know that this is one of the rare Cambodian-owned hotel. It's a bit far from town (a slow 5 minutes drive). Tthat's not a problem as most tourist would have hired a car or tuk-tuk dor the duration of their stay. Taxi driver recommended a hotel in town if you like to explore the sight & sound in the evening. I was contented with Borei. My aged parents was impressed, so I am a happy camper.
Absolutely the best hotel experience I've had. Despite my error at the airport Mr. Mutha greeted us with "fruit drink" in a flute. "Fruit drink" is the finest beverage known to human kind. Our 11 year old still pines for it. Rooms were spacious to the extreme as were the bathroom and balcony. Service was everywhere and in every way exceptional. Even my well traveled 70 year old parents rate it the best hotel of their lives.
Alle Erwartungen übertroffen
Überaus freundliches, zuvorkommendes Personal.
Schöne gepflegte Zimmer, ein Ort zum Wohlfühlen.
Wir haben uns wohl gefühlt, empfehlenswert!
Incredible value, accommodating staff
Staff could not do enough for us, was always smiling and obviously takes pride in their jobs. Property and room beautiful and worth much more than the $65(USD) that we paid. Only criticism is that the food could have been better.
Great place, great value
This a hotel that is clearly tryin its best to make it to the top. The staff appears to be fully vested in making your stay perfect.
The rooms are well maintained and comfortable. Everything works!
The htotel entrance has this magnificent staircase and ceilings out of wood.
The breakfast is the only reason why I did not give it an excellent rating. The Food and Beverage Manager is well aware of their need to improve and has taken a personal interest in making it happen.
The pool is very nice and kept neat and clean.
I just returned from a trip to Siem Reap and I can honestly say that the Borei Angkor hotel has excellent service, extremely friendly staff, and wonderfully accomodating facilities. You will not be disappointed. Definitely recommended!
Very Nice Hotel in Siem Reap
Stayed at the Borei Angkor in June 2005. The hotel is very nice; our room in the deluxe section was fine and the hotel overall was new and well maintained.
Staff were very attentive and friendly. A guy at the front desk was happy to arrange our tuk-tuk rental for 3 days to see the temples at Angkor Wat; and sure we paid 12 bucks a day which was 2 bucks over what we could have bargained for on the street - but then so what, we knew we had a decent driver and sure enough 'mr.lee' was a fine guy we were happy to have drive us around. The hotel has a nice pool area as well. Its not in downtown siem reap but a one dollar tuk tuk ride will get you there in 5-10 minutes. For the price (40 bucks a night for a deluxe room) its a good deal. Recommended.