x The average starting price for a place to stay in Siem Reap is £23 per night.
Wat Bo Street, Banteay Chas Village Slor Kram CommuneOutstanding 100%
#194 Krous Village, Svay Dangkum and 6th StreetOutstanding 100%
No. 243, Acha Mean Street Stueng Thmei VillageOutstanding 100%
Steng Thmei SvaydongkumExcellent 94%
7 Makara St (High School Road) Wat DamnakExcellent 93%
Vihear Chin Village Svay DangkumExcellent 92%
Ta Phul Village, Khum Svaydangkum Siem Reap provinceExcellent 91%
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.
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.
Group 4 Mondul 3 VillageExcellent 91%
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!
055, Bopha Leak Kloun St., Steung TmeyExcellent 91%
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