City River Hotel

0511, Achasva Street, Wat Bo, Siem Reap, 93 171, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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Student on 'L' Plates at Hariharalaya

A travel blog entry by fillingcups


I have been a student at Hariharalaya Retreat Center in Bakong Village, Cambodia. I felt like I had my 'Learner Plates' on during the two weeks of yoga and meditation, amazing food, incredible international community spirit, a dash of emotion, a bike ride or two, dancing, sharing stories and a few days of silence.

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A travel blog entry by stefanieleblanc


Great 3 days in Cambodia! I'd describe it as a place you should defiantly check out once for sure, but its nothing really special to go a second time for.
We went to Angkor Wat for 2 days. It's a Buddhist temple complex, apparently one of the 7 wonders of the world. The hotel we are staying at, City River, has a very nice pool and roof bar and …

What I've Learnt

A travel blog entry by firefliie


This is day 3 in Cambodia - and my first opportunity to write a blog (apart from the other opportunities where I opted to nap instead). Our tour is absolutely crazy! Such a busy schedule and so much has happened already.

I arrived on Friday night after a delayed flight at Singapore airport. This is my first overseas trip - so I guess you …

The Goat Track

A travel blog entry by dancooke


We were up early this morning ready for another tough day of riding. Although it wasn't to be very far, it would be the toughest terrain so far.

After breakfast, we headed out along the top of Koulen Mountain, the road quickly turned to bush track. Used by the villages living up in the mountain, most of them would walk or ride their …

Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by dancooke


We arrived in Siem Reap & stepped off the plane onto the Tarmac. Hello Humidity! A Barmy 26'C but the sweat just started pouring out of me. after clearing customs we were welcomed by our CUFA representative, Phearun Pove. A real nice guy. He took us to our hotel "City River" where we met our cycling & tour guides. After a debriefing on the …

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This 3 star hotel, located on 0511, Achasva Street, Wat Bo, Siem Reap, is near Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCity River Hotel Siem Reap

    Reviewed by fillingcups

    Centrally located in Siem Reap, reasonably priced with rooftop pool

    Reviewed Mar 30, 2014
    by (1 review) Pakenham , Australia Flag of Australia

    Clean, friendly, central to markets, Pagodas, shops and bars. Beautiful rooftop pool.

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

    Reviewed by stefanieleblanc

    Great Pick!

    Reviewed Jan 19, 2014
    by (10 reviews) Canmore , Canada Flag of Canada

    Beautiful! I loved the pool and roof bar! Would stay at this location again next time I go.

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

    Reviewed by dancooke

    Nice place to stay

    Reviewed Jun 3, 2013
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed here for 4 night.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews City River Hotel Siem Reap

    Pleasant stay, good service


    Stayed 4 D 3 N at hotel in mid-september 06.

    Service staff were pleasant, friendly and helpful including the manager Mr Pol Pean.Standard room is adequately large and clean.

    Hotel faces Siem Reap river, and a short 10 minutes walk will bring hotel guests to the Old and New markets in the city centre.

    Not too far from the lost city of Angkor with the ancient Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, etc within easy reach by car or for budget travellers via Tuk tuk.

    Definitely a good place to stay and is strongly recommended.

    Great value hotel


    Booked online for 4 nights in early August, taxi was waiting for us at Siem Reap airport (don't forget your $20 plus a passport photo for the visa on arrival - nice new airport by the way with good range of shops in international departure lounge), but no record of our booking when we arrived at hotel. Also, free airport pickup only applies if you book directly with hotel (which we hadn't). Anyway, soon sorted out and we got a good sized airconditioned room overlooking the Bopha Angkor hotel opposite. Hotel and room facilities excellent, staff very helpful, Asian/Western breakfast adequate if not particularly exciting, restaurant fine for a light lunch. Easy to walk to old market area, tuktuks wait on the corner for longer trips. Wat Bo temple is close by and well worth a visit. Although we arrived late in the evening the hotel managed to organise a car plus guide for visits next day to the temples. No pool but you can buy a pass to the Bopha Angkor pool for $3 (beautiful lush gardens etc but the beer's cheaper at City River!) . We had absolutely no complaints with our stay -excellent value.

    Just like i hoped


    i booked my reservation online but due to a last minute change i never got a confirmation i got off the plane and met a taxi driver who offered to be my guide he asked if i had a reservation and when i said i wasn't sure he took me to another hotel which charged $80 i decided to continue to the city river and i'm glad i did it was nice and clean they had the reservation the room had a safe and refrigerator the restaurant was fine the location was great i could walk to the market nearby my guide was great angkor wat was a great experience but be careful going down the steps it doesn't have a pool but i was out most of the 2 days i was there anyway it's not a 5 star but you can't beat the price for value


    Good budget hotel


    Nice, clean, basic budget hotel with no thrills. The room was decent size and very clean. The staff are friendly and helpful. The location is very convenient for walking around town at night. The only downside is that there was no pool - - this probably is not a big deal unless you come during a more humid season (e.g., May). If you are looking for a cheap but decent hotel room (not a hostel) with your own bath and satellite TV, then this is the place to stay in Siem Reap.

    Excellent Arrangement!!


    We booked for the 5 days 4 nights travel package with the hotel. Everything came out to be exactly the same as mentioned in the itinerary. All meals are great -> a great variety of Thai food, Vietnamese food and the local Khmer food. Breakfast provided in the hotel is excellent, especially the fried noodle!! Rooms are clean, not to mentioned that the staffs are really helpful and friendly. Paul, the manager tried his very best to fulfill our requests. The whole trip is very well-arranged. Everything, from airport transfer, accommodation, food, temples visits to tour guide are being taken care of. We have no single complain!

    Nice hotel, great location


    My wife and I stayed at this hotel for two nights. It's right on the river and walking distance to the old market and the main city park. The rooms were clean and fairly nice. The staff was nice but the clerk wasn't at all knowledgeable. He didn't seem to have a clue where any restaurants or other places were. His only advice was to go to the old market. The lady was there seemed to know more, but wasn't around as much.

    Fairly good free breakfast.

    The bathroom was fine although it was impossible to keep the shower an temperature. It would go from icy to scalding every 30 seconds.

    Good, clean and inexpensive hotel


    The City River hotel is perfectly fine. I tried to get into the Bopha Angkor, but it was booked. City River was a good alternative. In fact, it is right next to Bopha Angkor. For $3, City River guests can use the pool at Bopha Angkor. Room at City River was clean. TV, hot water, fridge all worked well. Staff was excellent and very helpful. They have safety deposit boxes to lock the wad of US dollars you will need to bring to Cambodia. City River also arranged an English speaking guide for me. He was excellent. His name is Muon Sophanna. If you go Siem Reap -- ask for him. His English was very good, he knew his stuff, and was a lot of fun too.

    Good Value for Price - Comfortable Accomodation in Siem Reap


    I spent recently one night at the City River Hotel during my visit at the archeological site of Angkor. This hotel afforded me a comfortable accomodation at a very reasonable price.

    City river hotel recommended


    nice hotel. the rooms are modern and in great condition. the room rate includes a pretty good buffet breakfast as well. The nightlife and shopping in the 'pub street'/old town area is not too far away (a pleasant walk). No swimming pool here but overall a great place to stay in Siem Reap.

    TripAdvisor Reviews City River Hotel Siem Reap

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding