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“A simple hostel, but the one I want to be back to very soon.”
I went there with the intention to stay only 1 week and I ended up with re booking over and over again. That good I felt at this place. Kind and patient staff, hard working too. Anytime I needed something, Ms Chariya tried to have me happy and sure that their hotel is the good choice I have done. If there were suggestions as to improve different services, they took it for serious and tried to improve it. Breakfast at will even on a different time request, if it happens to wake up later. Before leaving the room call the desk 30 minutes before and you will get it ready. Transport with Tuk-tuk to down town or to the Angkor Wat Temples with the hostel's car . Of course, free one from the airport upon your arrival. Just send an email to the hotel informing them about your air flight schedule. Newly, updated the internet and better than before. Different activity you want to do in or out of Siem Reap can be arranged by the same Manager. There are bikes too you can use at your will. Good way to enjoy Siem Reap at will. Clean Rooms, daily cleaned. Don't be surprised if they will adorn your bed with some flowers. This is the way they are and how they thank you for booking with them. More than good value for money you get treated with respect and kindness. You may see how much willing they are to make your stay comfortable. This is the place I felt like home that I want to recommend it so much. This the place I want to be back again soon when I will be in Siem Reap.
“Avista Hostel Siem Reap”
This hotel is near the temples, but a bit far from "downtown" area and Old Market. Nevertheless, with tuk tuk and other transportation means readily available and cheap, that was not a problem! For the price, you get a great value. Would recommend it. Staff is very nice, the lady who works at the frontdesk (hotel manager? or the owner maybe? not sure) is very friendly, nice, can help you with basically anything, and she speaks good English and some Japanese!