Current Date:14 November, 2019

The best hotels in Siem Reap you don’t want to leave(5 min read)

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There’s no short supply of hotels in Siem Reap – and loads of them will make you feel right at home. Conveniently located in the city, the hotels in this list are near to the mall, spa, restaurant, and bar options around to make sure you never go hungry – even if it’s way past midnight. So whether you’re visiting from out of town or looking to do a quick stay, these are the best of the best rooms you should check in to.

1. Viroth’s Hotel


Viroth’s Hotel is ideally located in a leafy street in the center of Siem Reap, in the vibrant Wat Bo area, the hotel boasts 50’s-inspired, complemented by large green areas and vertical gardens. This peaceful area adjacent to the river just steps away from the old market, shopping and entertainment district, and 15 minutes ride from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat, while Siem Reap International Airport is accessible within an 8 km drive.

At Viroth’s Hotel, guests can enjoy a rejuvenating spa treatment, a 20-meter swimming pool and an appetizing food selection of local Khmer cuisine and continental dishes. Guests can also approach the front desk for tour arrangements, ticketing, and concierge service.

© Video Credit: Viroth’s Hotel – the stylish place to stay in Siem Reap Angkor
Viroth’s Hotel Travelers’ Choice Hotels in the World by TripAdvisor

Street 24, Wat Bo Village, Siem Reap Angkor, Cambodia.

2. Phum Baitang


Phum Baitang − or ‘The Green Village’ − is a 5-star luxury resort near Siem Reap in Cambodia. Set within 20 acres (8 hectares) of lush gardens, lemon-grass meadows, and rice paddies, this elegant retreat is a gateway to the Angkor World Heritage Site and numerous natural and cultural wonders.

45 spacious stilted villas − 25 with private terrace and 20 with private plunge pool − comprise the guest accommodations. Inspired by traditional Cambodian wooden housing, both exterior and interior have been designed, sculpted and furnished to create an authentic yet luxurious Cambodian experience.

A sanctuary of tranquillity and rejuvenation, Spa Temple offers 7 treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room and relaxation area, a yoga pavilion, a fully-equipped fitness room, and a 50-metre outdoor infinity pool. All designed to balance and restore your well-being using indigenous healing therapies − honouring your body as the sacred temple that it is.

Adjacent to their outdoor infinity pool, the Pool Bar offers a stunning open-air setting with magnificent views. Guests can enjoy a light meal or refreshing homemade juices while soaking up the Cambodian sun.

The Cigar & Cocktail Lounge pays homage to Cambodia’s colonial history in a century-old farmhouse, furnished with rattan wing chairs and oriental carpets. In addition to the extensive drinks menu, there are fine wines, vintage liqueurs, and premium cigars for smoking on the terrace.

© Photo Credit: Phum Baitang − or ‘The Green Village’

Two restaurants − Bay Phsar & Hang Bay − offer elegant dining. Locally inspired Bay Phsar promises an array of vibrant Cambodian flavors created using local ingredients (the rice accompanying our cuisine comes straight from the surrounding paddies). At Hang Bay, guests can sample a fusion of international cuisine, from the freshest seafood to the finest steaks.


Phum Svaydangkum, Sangkat Svaydangkum, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

3. Sala Lodges


Sala Lodges is more than a hotel, offering its guests a unique, authentic experience. The eleven traditional wooden houses on stilts in this “idyllic village” situated 8 km from the architectural site of Angkor, contribute to the preservation of an architectural heritage, which is threatened with extinction. By choosing existing Khmer houses to conserve their aged lustre, the founders of Sala Lodges allow you to delve into a genuine Cambodian world.

Discovered in the Cambodian countryside, dismantled, transported and restored, the houses at Sala Lodges all have individual histories and architecture. The oldest date from the late 1950s. While the exterior has been carefully conserved, the interiors have been carefully converted to meet the exacting standards of guests. Subtly decorated with local artisanal touches, each house reveals a pure and refined interior. Sala Lodges makes simplicity an absolute luxury.

© Video Credit: Sala Lodges Hotel – Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

No 498, Sala Kamroeuk Village, Salakomrek Siem Reap, Cambodia

4. Onederz Hostel Siem Reap


Onederz Siem Reap awarded as “The best hostel in Cambodia” and “8th best large hostel in the world” from HostelWorld.

Onederz hostel has created wide varieties of facilities and services to make your stay wonderful. The hostel features 2 swimming pools one on the rooftop and another one on the ground floor.

“Saving accommodation cost” and “meeting people from all over the world” would be the reasons you stay at with Onederz hostel.


Onederz hostel is located next to Angkor Night Market which is the biggest and first Night Market in Siem Reap. It only takes 4 minutes by walk to Pub Street. If you are arriving at Siem Reap airport before 9 PM, They can pick you up for free.

5. Jaya House RiverPark


Peacefully located alongside the Siem Reap River, surrounded by fully grown trees, is a hidden gem. A small hotel with only 36 rooms, two swimming pools, a Spa and an all-day-dining restaurant. 
The hotel is located about a 6-minute tuk-tuk journey from town in the direction of the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat. Each of our 36 rooms has either a balcony or direct garden & pool access.

This property has the DNA of a luxurious hideaway while honoring its responsibilities towards the Siem Reap community, the Khmer Arts & Music World, its people, and our environment. 


River Road, Treang Village, Siem Reap Slor Kram Commune, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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