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We have a range of budget places to stay in Siem Reap from as low as £2 per night
Based on previous Siem Reap accommodation searches, the average starting price is £24
Want to splurge? At the top end in Siem Reap, we have 69 places to stay with prices starting at £59
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Siem Reap is £24 per night.
At the corner of Psar gne market, #330 Steung Thme Svaydangkum CommuneOutstanding 100%
7 Makara RoadOutstanding 100%
River RoadOutstanding 100%
Steng Thmei SvaydongkumExcellent 94%
Treak Village Road, Treak VillageOutstanding 100%
Wat Polangka Phum Slok KramOutstanding 100%
Wot Bo Angkor School RoadExcellent 93%
National Road 6, #0369, Banteay Chas Slorkram - Angkor WatOutstanding 100%
#0658, Chongkaosou Village Slakram Commune,On Route #6Excellent 93%
ryepogee6 This is the best value for money hostel we have ever stayed! The hostel is excellent in all aspects. The beautifully designed hotel imbibed a feeling of a home-away-from-home atmosphere for us. The rooms are beautiful, clean and comfy. Breakfast was good. But what impressed us the most was the attitude and personality of the hotel staff. They were wonderful, friendly, courteous, and very helpful in attending to all our needs and to the tenants in general. They spoke very good English too. We had a blast from the day long tour the arranged for us with our Tuktuk driver, Mr. Long, and is now planning to visit Siem Reap again because of the wonderful experience we had! We would definitely, definitely stay here again and likewise would recommend this hotel to anyone who will be visiting Siem Reap! You won't regret it! :-)
Phum Wat Bo, Sala Kamreuk, Siem Reap, CambodiaOutstanding 100%
Angkor High School RoadOutstanding 100%
Vihear Chin Village Svay DangkumExcellent 93%
Banteay Chas Village Wat Bo StreetOutstanding 100%
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