Ratings based on 24 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Rachel from Northampton
Quiet retreat in Siem ReapPosted Feb 7, 2014
Pros: Out of centre of town, very clean, pretty and spaciously laid out.
Location: Away from the centre of Siem Reap but easily accessible by tuk tuk. Mainly to visit Angkor Wat and surrounding temples.
What a lovely hotel and my favourite during our month's tour of Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. Away from the noisy centre of Siem Reap but ideally placed for visiting the temples. Two storey L shaped hotel very spaciously designed round a central swimming pool surrounded by lovely greenery. Huge bedroom and excellent bathroom, all very clean. Breakfast was in the dining room on the second floor and you looked out onto the treetops. Huge choice of buffet breakfast and on our last night we had a meal in the restaurant which was very good and reasonable. A lovely place to stay and relax in after touring the many temples. Easy enough to get a tuk tuk up to town if you wanted to eat there which we did on a couple of occasions. Staff very helpful and friendly. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel if you like smaller more intimate hotels.
for Everyoneby June from Hertfordshire UK
A small, friendly and welcoming hotel.Posted Dec 12, 2013
Pros: Small and friendly - not like the huge impersonal hotels seen on our rickshaw drive in from the airport. Just felt at home the moment we arrived.
Cons: Nothing as far as we were concerned.
Location: Great location. Main attraction is visiting the temples but don't miss Tonle Sap Lake and the Market
The hotel sent a motor rickshaw to pick us up from the airport as they had promptly confirmed to us via E-mail a few days previously (just send them your flight details). Right from the start we were received with a warm welcome, with iced lemon tea and an introduction of hotel facilities etc We were able to check-in earlier than expected and enjoyed a delicious and large breakfast whilst they cleaned the room. The room was excellent, a very good size and fresh and clean. We had a twin bedded room and the beds were large and 'comfy'. Large bathroom. The balcony is outside the room overlooking the pool - a nice place to read etc. Restaurant on the 3rd floor serves very good food (and delicious, very fair priced cocktails !!). Staff all very charming , friendly and very helpful. Hotel situation extremely convenient for visiting both temples and town, and rickshaw drivers always available. Reception staff will always assist with arranging tours if you have not already done so yourself. Would definitely use this hotel again if returning to Siem Reap.
for Everyoneby Tom from Singapore
Pleasant small and intimate hotelPosted Dec 4, 2013
Pros: Small intimate feel, shady garden feel to pool, pleasant and helpful staff.
Cons: Better bathrooms, better restaurant
Location: Not really walkable to downtown but only a few minutes by tuk-tuk. To the north end of the town, so closer to Angkor Wat ,other temples, airport
Located to the north of the town, Siddharta is a 26-room hotel with spacious rooms on 3 floors forming an L-shape around the pleasant if fairly small pool. The pool area has a garden feel to it and plenty of shade, and there is a small open bar/reception area with sofas next to it where you can hang out in the evenings. The rooms are a generous size, sparsely but functionally furnished in a local style. There are mini-bars with the usual soft drinks, wine, beer and snacks. The bathrooms are fairly basic, with no tub, only a simple shower, despite the large size. Outside, each room has its own lounging/terrace area - ground floor ones are best as on the other floors the walkway runs between the rooms and terraces, making them a lot smaller. The rooms and the hotel in general were pretty quiet: consideration of others around the pool area late at night is well expected and when we were there this was respected. This would be a decent and safe hotel for kids, as it is also set well back off the main road down a side street. The restaurant is fairly average: local steamed fish was very good, as was spicy beef salad, but other local coconut-curry type dishes were disappointing. As anywhere, no point trying the western food unless you are really spice-averse. The bar area upstairs next to the restaurant is a pleasant place to hang out to see the sunset, although the view is nothing exceptional. Staff were unfailingly pleasant and helpful, if not always knowledgeable.
for Getaway With Friendsby Stephanie from Las Cruces, NM
Great hospitalityPosted Nov 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel has outstanding service as well as food. We also loved the pool and spa.
for Familiesby A from Singapore
Nice hotel!Posted Oct 22, 2013
Our room adequately slept our two boys (ages 2 & 5) and ourselves. A bonus was that the room had a queen bed and two singles. This allowed for all of us to have our own sleeping space - something uncommon in hotels. The location for us was good. Half way between the town and temples. Just a short tuk tuk ride to dinners, shopping, etc. The staff was lovely and we enjoyed the food. I would recommend this place to anyone visiting! We stayed for 4 nights.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Roger from NZ
Rates a rare A+Posted Oct 7, 2013
Pros: Wonderful way to sog after a hard day.
Location: Angkor Wat and outlying temples are of course the objective. Visit Siem Reap night markets only if you have not been/not going to Luang Prabang etc.
Hotels built around swimming pools can have some problems but not this one; it's a design triumph. The rooms are set back with an intervening balcony to buffer any pool noise, of which there is very little to begin with. And the saltwater pool is itself welcome jump-in after a steamy day at Angkor Wat. Our room was large, with a capacious bathroom. Good breakfast, obliging staff, tuk tuk driver first class.
Recommendedby Bob and Nats from Sweden
A great place to relaxPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were absolutely delighted with our stay. A few things might have been better - the breakfast buffet was average - but what incredible value and what delightful staff. Great swimming pool, nice position with Pub Street a 5 minutes ride, Ankor Wat 15 minutes. The official hotel Tuk Tuk drivers were excellent and there were quite a few free things thrown in (like airport transfer). We plan to go back.
for Everyoneby Dom from London, UK
Beatiful place to stayPosted Aug 5, 2013
Pros: The members of the staff are super kind
Staying at Siddharta Boutique Hotel was an amazing experience. Every aspect of the hotel was for us excellent, from the super kind members of the staff to the facilities. It's beautiful, clean, comfortable... Like a little oasis. I am looking forward to visiting it again!
for Couplesby David from New York City
LuxuriousPosted Jul 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
I'm so glad we planned a stay at Siddhartha for the middle of our trip. For three days, every little thing was taken care of and we were really able to recharge our batteries. Highly recommended!