This tranquil villa enclave, nestled on the grounds of a guesthouse that once belonged to King Norodom Sihanouk, is 10 minutes from the ruins of Angkor Wat. Two dozen accommodations (including 12 suites with plunge pools), each with a private driver, surround a grassy courtyard and feature generous sitting areas and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to patios and a reflection pond. Public areas include a dining pavilion that serves traditional Khmer and Western dishes, a library, a seasonal rooftop lounge and a centrally located outdoor pool, plus a spa with steam baths and a lap pool. In-house guides can arrange boating excursions to the floating villages of Tonle Sap lake and exclusive access to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor Archaeological Park.
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Lowest Rate: Contemporary Suite, $1,850; Editor’s Choice: Pool Suite, $2,700 (breakfast, choice of lunch or dinner, daily temple tours, laundry and airport transfers included).
Breakfast and choice of lunch or dinner daily; Non-alcoholic beverages; Daily fruit, cheese selection and freshly baked cakes and cookies; Daily guided tours of the temples of Angkor with an English speaking guide (excluding temple pass); Round-trip airport transfers; Remork transportation within Siem Reap town; Laundry service; Wi-Fi
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