Ratings based on 35 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Washington DC
Great price but far from everything.Posted Oct 24, 2014
Overall the hotel is a good value. Has a nice pool and most staff are very friendly. They are set up to cater to tourists which is nice bc they'll coordinate bus tickets, tour packages, etc. But, their location is poor - the hotel is about a 10-15 minute tuk tuk ride from the night market and about 20 min from Angkor wat. There's nothing walking distance from the hotel so you feel pretty isolated. The price is low for what you get though so that helps to keep in mind. As far as the room goes, it's big and nice, but the bed is pretty firm and the water temperature will change on it's own while you shower. If I were to go back to siem reap, I would stay somewhere closer to the night market since that's fun to visit and is close to many restaurants.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Brisbane, Australia
Great hotel close to everything.Posted Jul 13, 2014
Cheap but excellent hotel. Free breakfast and wifi. Great pool and friendly staff. Rooms cleaned daily. Close to almost everything, only 20 minutes to the temples by tuk tuk. Would definitely stay there again.
for Everyoneby Mikefrom London
Fantastic hotelPosted Jun 22, 2014
Pros: Staff were brilliant.
This is a great hotel. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. It is located a little way out from the centre of Siem Reap but there are plenty of tuktuk drivers waiting to take you into the centre or to the nearby temples. Clean, comfortable rooms. Some really lovely touches with the turndown service such as a TV guide telling you what English language movies are on. Good selection of breakfast available. Pool is very clean and a great place to cool off after a day of sightseeing.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A really classy little hotel.Posted Jun 4, 2014
Cons: Breakfast was good but could be better.
Location: It's about 10 minutes tuk tuk ride into Pub Street and Night Market but it's a pleasant and FREE service between 6 -10pm
From the moment you walk in you are treated with the utmost respect, given a glass of juice, cold towels and vegetable chips. One of the staff sat down with us to advise us on our surroundings and gave us price lists of various trips. The rooms are lovely and spotlessly clean. At bedtime they turn down your bed and leave a lovely little story along with a fruit basket and sweets on your bed. The swimming pool is great with ample sunbeds around and if you're feeling indulgent you can have cocktails and lunch around the pool. The restaurant is pretty good and reasonably priced. All in all this place is very good value. Free tuk tuks into Pub Street between 6pm - 10pm. Breakfast was fairly good and the free tea and coffee is a nice touch.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Exceeded ExpectationsPosted May 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
This hotel seemed good on paper but was even better in person. From the moment of arrival, the staff were extremely attentive, helpful, and went out of their way to make us feel comfortable and accommodate all of our needs. From providing maps and schedules to complimentary tea, water and coffee, and free tuk-tuk rides to the city center, this hotel went above and beyond to exceed expectations. Included in the cost for this hotel was complimentary drinks and fruit, cable T.V. with channels such as National Geographic and HBO, complimentary breakfast/buffet, free rides to the bus station or airport as well as the city (between 6 pm and 10 pm). This was overall a great, extremely comfortable stay and a worthwhile experience.
for Couplesby Leefrom Whangarei New Zealand
Excellent service in hotel catering to Angkor WattPosted Apr 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
The Gloria Angkor is a little outside Siem Reap (probably about 4 km) but the hotel provides free tuktuk rides from 6pm to 11pm to/from Siem Reap. The driver will meet you at an agreed spot (as long as you can find that spot). We had a 3rd floor room facing the back and it was comfortable - but the area around is mostly industrial so not really interesting to walk around. Pool was excellent with fresh towels. Great breakfast. Bar prices are good Friendly helpful staff who greeted you every day. Free snacks & bananas in the lobby. NB "wash/dry laundry in your room" does not mean a washer/dryer but a basket to collect washing - which is pricey in the hotel. Suggest use the local washing service options. NB At the property (a shed) to the left of the hotel (as you leave) you can buy bottled water really cheaply.
for Familiesby Sue Wfrom Melbourne Australia
Fantastic value for moneyPosted Mar 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nicely appointed hotel with extreme l'y helpful and friendly staff. Great breakfasts, nice to have cocktails around the pool at the end of a long day at the temples. Although a bit out of town and on a main highway, the rooms are double glazed so extremely quiet. Bed comfortable, though on the firm side as is the norm in Asia.Free tuktuks to and from town in the evening, good free wifi all made our stay very pleasant. One criticism: there were no drawers or shelves to put clothes - just some hangers in the wardrobe, though room was big enough . Bathrooms could do with a face-lift, though adequate with good hot water flow.
for Getaway With Friendsby Clarafrom London
Fantastic hotel! Can't wait to go back!Posted Mar 4, 2014 on Hotels.com
I cannot say enough about how great the staff are at this hotel! Myself and my friend have been travelling around South East Asia for the past 3 months and this is probably the best hotel we have stayed in! The free tuk tuk into town each evening is a lovely bonus and the hotel has a friendly feel the minute you enter it. Rooms and pool extremely clean and breakfast available ALL DAY! The manager went out of his way to help us sort out trips and transfers, but all the staff were brilliant! We actually extended our stay twice at the hotel we were so happy with it! Only 1 aspect I thought was worth mentioning is the air conditioning in each room we had wasn't cool enough even on the lowest setting. Apart from this everything was perfect! Loved this hotel so much and hopefully I can return at some point.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
No problems here.Posted Mar 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Staff were authentically friendly with personal greetings and pleasantries. Staff morale is high, evidenced by a sometimes cheeky comment or chide to a colleague. Breakfast was eggs to order, waffles, fruit, breads, yoghurt, and croissants. Didn't use the pool ourselves but evidently it was lovely because there were always people using it in the shade of the building. Housekeeping was faultless with a few fresh fruits daily in the room. Good to have a little fridge and a flat screen tv with decent channels. Highly recommend this hotel about 10 minutes by tuktuk from city centre. Would definitely stay again.
Recommendedby Bethfrom Suzhou, China
Not the best valuePosted Feb 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
Extremely friendly staff. Nice pool area, but be ready for the constant motorbike noise and pounding base of nearby businesses. (By staying here instead of by the riverside/Old Market, you're trading noise of partying backpackers for everyday street noise. If you're looking for peace and quiet, bring earplugs or noise-blocking headphones.) Factor in an extra $10 per night for tuk tuk rides into town and back each day - you'll want to venture out for meals and drinks unless you like the formal white tablecloth feel of the hotel's restaurant. My room had some dirty tissues in it when I arrived. As a solo traveler looking for a quiet retreat, I didn't find this place was a good fit for me and moved to a hotel closer to the river after 3 nights here.