Ratings based on 124 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Korea
Very classical mood, but not so clean..Posted Jun 28, 2015
The hotel is near to the airport, ad very convinient to go AnkorWat. the facility is nice, bed is very big and comportable.. However, the cleaning is not vey good. I put the towel on the pillow, and go tour, and comback, the still same conditon, the coffee plate, and spoon, still remain as dirt. Hygiene is only lack of this hotel, but it could be all. ...
by A verified traveler
Dark hotelPosted Mar 21, 2015
Booked for three nights did not even spend a night. When arrived by tuk tuk no body opened door or met us even though staff we're stood around. Reception area very dark and lots of wood carvings for sale. Junior suite very small TV just fuzzy no picture been like that for three days according to another guest. No water pressure for approx half hour. Only three sun beds around small pool. Only one chair on balcony for two persons. Lighting in room not adequate for reading. After about two hours we found another hotel and checked out.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Bostom
Wonderful period hotel with good updatesPosted Mar 9, 2015
Siem Reap is pretty much at the end of the world so it wasn't a big surprise that the hotel's WIFI connection was s bit intermittent and limited to an area which didn't include my room. This is something to be careful of since the cost of cell data and phone in Cambodia is exorbitant. I incurred over $500 of cost in a day and a half. Allowing for this (more than small) shortcoming the hotel was small and quite beautiful with an abundance of local wood, a huge bed in my room that was a work of art and a pretty darn good restaurant (again taking into account I was not in Manhattan). The hotel was close to Angkor, the big attraction. Travel to the temples or anywhere else was quite easily arranged through the hotel. The people in the hotel and the whole country for that matter were unbelievably kind, gentle and courteous. Hell, I may become Buddhist if that's what it does to you.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Mar 6, 2015 on Hotels
for Familiesby JUNG HO
Posted Mar 2, 2015 on Hotels
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Cleveland OH
Good hotel close to Angkor Wat.Posted Mar 1, 2015
I picked this hotel for its location. My family wanted to get to Angkor Wat before dawn to watch the sunrise. This seemed to be the closest decent hotel. It worked out very well. There are fancier places not too much farther away but the staff at Shining Angkor were all friendly and helpful. The rooms were fine. The food was good. We enjoyed it.
for Getaway With Friendsby HAO-CHE
Posted Feb 21, 2015 on Hotels
for Personal Eventby Dwight from New York City
Angkor Watt for a dayPosted Feb 7, 2015 on Hotels
I just stayed for a night to see Angkor Watt in the morning. Great service, but the room was a bit dated and stale (But, it's Cambodia, not Beverly Hills). My only legit complaint was that the hotel was a bit far from all the other hotels in the main city area.
for Familiesby KWANGIN from 대한민국 인천시
사진과 많이 다른 호텔분위기Posted Feb 4, 2015 on Hotels
객실은 깨끗한편인데, 사진속에 나오는 수영장은 너무 작고, 로비와 객실은 너무 어둡다. 조식을 먹다 상한과일을 먹고 배탈이 나서 하루종일 고생해서 그다음날 조식을 먹지않았다. 그리고, 식당에 직원한명빼고는 전체적으로 불친절해서 다시 가고픈생각이 안드는 호텔이다. 도심과 너무 많이 떨어져있어서 걸어다닐수 없고, 주변에 걸어다니면서 쇼핑할수있는곳도 없는 위치에 있다.그리고 사진과 호텔분위기는 많이 다르다.
for Getaway With Friendsby Ben
Posted Feb 3, 2015 on Hotels