Sojourn Boutique Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSojourn Boutique Villas Siem Reap
I can't believe we haven't written this review yet - We are still talking, over a year later, about how wonderful this place was. The staff greeted us with a warm welcome when we arrived. We immediately felt the stress of traveling and the chaos of Hanoi, Vietnam melt away! The resort is beautifully landscaped, the villas were really nicely decorated, with fresh orchids everywhere. The salt water pool with a swim up bar was a REALLY nice touch, since it was so hot outside! The food in their restaurant was simply amazing! I am a vegetarian, and each day on their specials, there was some sort of gourmet dish that had tofu or something that I could eat. I still want to find out their recipe for their pumpkin curry, so I can make it at home!
They have in-room massages, couples massages, etc. The girls that work there were all so sweet, and really wanted to be sure that they took care of us. The mosquitoes were pretty bad, so each night they would light some citronella incense in front of each villa, so we could sit outside and watch the tons of frogs that came out after dark!
What an AMAZING place to come back to after a LONG day of sightseeing in the heat! You will feel like you are in a tropical paradise at this place - you don't even need to be near the ocean! We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
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The salesmanship here is topnotch. I should say the saleswomanship since most of the vendors are women. You step out of the tuk tuk and they come alive under the hazy sun.
Cold drink? Buy a postcard? Buy a Tshirt?
It generally goes like this…
Mister you buy postcards? No thank you.
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