x The average starting price for a place to stay in Siem Reap is £33 per night.
Wat Bo Street, Banteay Chas Village Slor Kram CommuneOutstanding 100%
Wat Damnak Village Salakamreuk CommuneOutstanding 100%
#683 street. 63 (Sivutha), Vihear Chen Village, Svay Dongkum CommuneOutstanding 100%
#144, Taphul Village Svay DongkumOutstanding 100%
Bakheng Street Siem ReapOutstanding 97%
222 Sombaï Street SalaKamreuk VillageExcellent 94%
7 Makara St (High School Road) Wat DamnakExcellent 93%
#0658, Chongkaosou Village Slakram Commune,On Route #6Excellent 92%
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! :-)
Road No.26 Wat Bo SalakamreukExcellent 92%
davefoster Stayed at Siemreaprooms gh quite by accident as I was actually staying in the Fivestarangkor guesthouse that was previously run by the owner Phil, but the fivestar was totally flooded by typhoon Ketsana so Phil transferred us to this new place of his which he is calling Siemreaprooms guesthouse (he still did not have the new sign up when I left). Apart from the flooding disaster I could see why Phil was moving location. Siemreaprooms gh is much newer with nice bathrooms, very clean rooms, and with a nice living area at the front of the place (Phil had plans to do a bar and restaurant at the front but at the time I was there he had not got around to doing it yet). Overall: The location was fantastic, very clean, great value, needs more facilites but great service. Location: Location was fantastic, and it took me only 3 minutes to walk to the Old market and centre of town. Cleanliness: Very clean rooms, very clean reception and lobby area, linen very clean and bathrooms very clean. Value: I paid 8$ for a single fan room which I thought was excellent value for the location and service. Facilities: It did lack services such as restaurant and bar but then again it had just opened and I think it opened unexpectantly. Old market and pub street are so close so maybe I would probably not of used the restaurant even if they did have one. Service: The service was great, Phil was very helpful with great information, staff were helpful, Ty my tuk tuk driver was great and a good laugh. Friendly atmosphere as well. I would definitely recommend this place to friends.
Next to Angkor Night MarketExcellent 92%
No.108 Wat Svay Village Near Phsar Krom MarketExcellent 91%
Taphul Village, Svay Dangkum CentralExcellent 90%
0134 Phum Wat Bo Khum SalakomreukExcellent 90%
tine.aanes Nice room, nice price and really nice people who work here. Not far away from the central market and really nice rooms. It can be hot and you have to pay extra for aircon. They close the gate at 11.30 pm, but they always have someone near the gate if you're coming home late. They have a small nice restaurant with good food and nice price. I would stay here again!
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