Green Village Angkor
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Village Angkor Siem Reap
We had 2 king size beds with hand carved wood headboards, hand carved doors and wardrobes. A grand spiral stair case leading down to the main floor .. . .almost made you feel like you were in the movies. A swimming pool and breakfast for 2 included for $14 US dollars a day . . . .
On the amusing side was there were always frogs in the upstairs hallways in the morning (WHERE did they come from???) and pools with crocodiles on both sides of the property you could see from the balcony.
The staff were friendly and spoke English.
Just a few minutes walk from the tourist area of town.
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