At HanumanAlaya we are doing our best to be eco-friendly and protect the environment around us, as well as following responsible tourism best practice.
A warmly welcome from HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence !
Our very own hotel in Siem Reap, gateway to the temples of Angkor, HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence, blends the best of Khmer hospitality and Cambodian design, in harmony with international levels of service and sophistication.
At HanumanAlaya we are doing our best to be eco-friendly and protect the environment around us, as well as following responsible tourism best practice. We promote water conservation throughout the hotel, recycle all plastics and aluminum, use ceramic dispensers for our toiletries and environmentally-friendly low wattage light bulbs. The hotel also takes part in the local 'keep the community clean' programme, which aims to promote litter awareness. In our Reahoo Restaurant we have lots of healthy options on our menu, including an extensive vegetarian selection. When it comes to annual events, we often get involved in sponsorship, including working with Village Focus International during the Angkor Wat Half Marathon, the annual International School of Phnom Penh charity quiz, the International Women's Group annual charity raffle and more. Together we can make a difference.
HanumanAlaya boutique residence features 15 exquisitely decorated rooms, including 5 Superior Rooms, 8 Deluxe Rooms, 1 Family Suite and 1 Alaya Suite, all finished with the same attention to delicate detail. All rooms can be used on a single or double basis and extra beds are available on request. The furnishings are finished in wood with a silk trim. All rooms include air-conditioning, ceiling fan, IDD phone for international calls and flat-screen satellite TV with more than 50 international channels including the best in news, sport and drama.
The large wooden wardrobes include dressing gowns for the use of guests, as well as a safety deposit box for peace of mind when you are out and about around Angkor . The well-equipped bathrooms include generous-sized bathtubs complete with hot and cold water and shower. Hairdryers are included with every room, as are useful amenities like soap and shampoo.
The in-room minibar includes a selection of soft drinks, local and international beers and snacks and a further range of drinks is available from our fully stocked bar through room service. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in the room and the room service menu includes a full selection of dishes from our signature Reahoo Restaurant.
Put all the ingredients together and you have the making of a comfortable and cultured stay.
We are on the gate way to the temples of Angkors, just turn right opposite of Kantha Bopha children hospital.
++ Just call or e-mail us for assistant and complimentary pick up.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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I have just returned from three days in Siem Reap where the only disappointment was the Hanuman Alaya hotel. When I first arrived my initial impression was excellent. The hotel has a wonderful look and feel and, although my room wasn't ready (it was an early flight so this was expected), I went off temple gazing, looking forward to a cool dip in the pool and a relaxing afternoon. When I returned from Ankor I was told that I wasn't staying in the main hotel but an annex about 500m away. The annex turned out to be the hotel offices. No pool, no restaurant, nothing but a small, dingy room. I walked back to the main hotel to complain (I was told earlier that I could shuttle between the two places by the hotel tuk-tuk that was always available - it was available once in three days!). I was told that for the price I was paying U$35 per night I wasn't entitled to stay in the main hotel, that would cost another U$30 per night. I have just checked the hostelworld site (again) and it still says U$35 per night per single person.
I specifically booked this hotel for its facilities and feel totally mis-led by the hotel, by hostelworld and by Lonely Planet for not verifying the information that it so readily posts. As it is, I live in Malaysia and was so impressed with Ankor that I intend taking my wife and three children for the Deepavali break - but you can bet your life it won't be through hostelworld or the Hanuman "A liar" hotel.
Having checked the pricing here on Travellerspoint, it clearly states 65USD for a single room, which correlates with the pricing mentioned in this review.
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