This spacious and friendly lodge is situated a short distance from the center of Siem Reap. Away from all the big hotels and busy street life, it offers an oasis of greenery. An excellent place for a well deserved and relaxing rest after visiting the temples of Angkor Wat.
The Lotus Lodge offers a number of services and amenities to guests staying in one of our 34 clean and quiet rooms. During your stay you can enjoy free Wi-Fi, a poolside restaurant and bar, free bicycle rentals, 24 hour reception, a cafe, tour bookings, free computer and internet access, pool table, video games, movies, as well as a 10 meter high tower which provides a superb panoramic outlook. You can even view the Angkor Temples from the tower!
The large swimming pool is surrounded by a
relaxation area that allows you to retreat to the calmness of the lodge. Massage can be arranged in your room or next to the swimming pool. We offer a wide variety of Khmer, Chinese and western meals in our open air restaurant and lounge. We also provide a transfer service to the resort. Come stay with us at Lotus Lodge and you are sure to have a pleasant and relaxing experience!
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nice hotel, situated slightly peripheral positive for the tranquility, offering all possible options for a pleasant and organized a nice refreshing pool after visiting the temples. Staff available to support you. Very good prices. One small note: the last stretch of road to get there, about 200 mt., in poor condition, might be appropriate to fix it is perhaps not a great expense, does not make a good impression
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