La Noria Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Noria Hotel Siem Reap
A small holiday resort. Room service was good. We asked for a hair dryer at 10:30 pm while their office room was closed at 10 pm. After 15 mins one of staffs bring his own dryer to us from his home. 2km to central market, not far. However, they have missed our breakfast in the last morning. And the bus ticket to Laos they recommended sucks. It took us 35 hrs to get to Pakse while they had told us 10 hrs before.
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