x The average starting price for a place to stay in Siem Reap is £25 per night.
Lucky Int'l School Road, National Road 6Outstanding 100%
Steng Thmei SvaydongkumExcellent 94%
Wot Bo Angkor School RoadExcellent 93%
#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! :-)
#304, National Road #6, Phum Dorkpo Sangkat Slorkram, Siem ReapExcellent 92%
jenniferbm people here were so friendly..it's not in the centre of things but they it's only a few mins on motorbike.they brought me in for free whenever i wanted and collected me!so nice and helpful.and the rooms were really big and clean..paid $10 for air con room and twin bed..would return again..
#558, Stueng Thmey Village Svay Dangkum CommuneExcellent 92%
Trapaing Ses village KokChork communeExcellent 91%
elles Absolute lovely place to stay! The people of this resort are lovely and make a difference. So many lovely details too. I absolutely loved it. I came for two days but ended up staying almost a week!
Steoung Thmey Village, Svay Dangkum Commune,Excellent 91%
jsloan1212 I had a wonderful stay at Siem Reap Garden Inn. They staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the tuk-tuk drivers provided by the inn were so kind. My tuk-tuk driver went out of his way to make sure I was able to see things that interested me off the tourist track. The tuk-tuk drivers are trustworthy and knowledgable and the price is fair and what you would pay if you found a tuk-tuk driver on your own. Breakfast was exactly as promised; simple, yet well-done. My room was incredibly clean and I loved the linens. I have been traveling for a while, staying at sub-par accommodation, and having a duvet was pure luxury. At night, I found the inn very quiet, inside and out and the general vibe of the inn was relaxed and comfortable.The location is great (10 mins walk at the most to all the markets and restaurants), though the last portion of the road is a bit bumpy and unpaved. The road is supposed to be paved sometime very soon and I was not bothered by the road condition, though if you had any physical limitations or had a child with a stroller, the road would be an issue if you plan on walking, though the inn provides a free tu-tuk service into town. Overall, I highly recommend Siem Reap Garden Inn and would stay there again in a heartbeat!
#635, Kroum 1, Phum Vihearchen Sangkat Svay Dankum KrongExcellent 91%
Siyoeun et Michel LANAUD, Sala Kanseng Sangkat Svay DangkumExcellent 91%
Psaar Krom Road Svaydankum CommuneExcellent 91%
Ta Phul Village, Khum Svaydangkum Siem Reap provinceExcellent 90%
Talbot One of the best stays in our trip to Thailand and Cambodia. Everybody was so nice and helpful. I cant do anything else than just recommend.
#268 Road 6 Taphol village Svay Dangkum Commune Siem Reap DistrictExcellent 90%
terryjose I traveled to Cambodia from July 21 - July 26, 2012. I chose to stay in Ta Som for the three nights I was in Siem Reap. As I had booked early and gave my arrival and departure details, they had arranged to pick me up from the Airport in a Remork ( The Cambodian version of Tuk Tuk and this was my first every experience) which is complimentary. Mr. Meng, the manager with whom I was communicating on email was very friendly as well all his staff. I was received with a nice complimentary fruit juice and I found the room very comfortable with good bed and air conditioning. The toilet was clean and the room spacious enough. The room had a fridge, though lacked a kettle. They even sent me a complimentary fruit basket on the first evening. I did all my travel arrangement through them and they were very reasonable as well done with person attention. I arranged with the guest house for three days of my local travelling and my driver Mr. SB was very friendly and I must specially mention his name here because he was took good care of me and we had become friends by the end of the tour. For the short tour on first day they charged USD 12 and for the grand tour on second day along with the sun rise trip to Angor Wat USD 15 and I found it very reasonable. After a tiring visit to the temples when I come back to the Remork, SB would provide me with a chilled bottle of water which I appreciated a lot. On the Third day I took the tuk tuk again for bit out of the town tour to visit the Banteay Srei and Kbal Spean and on way back Bantei Samre and it cost be USD 25. The Guest House arranged a buffet with Apsara Dance at Koulen II Restaurant for USD 8 and I really feel it was really worth the money. They also arranged my bus ticket to and from Phnom Penh and what surprised me most was the smiling face of SB when I came back from Phnom Penh at the little away bus stand, though I had not informed them about my arrival time from PP. This really surprised me and it was complimentary too. I must say I really enjoyed my stay with Ta Som Guest House and with out any second thoughts will stay here if I come back to Siem Reap again which I will definitely! I would recommend this guest house to all budget travelers who look for a comfortable and friendly Guest House.
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