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- Chic boutique hotel
- Tranquil gardens, two pools, spa and yoga
- Complimentary bikes and tuk tuks
- Sunrise temple visits

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Amansara is a deluxe boutique hotel situated in a peaceful suburb of vibrant Siem Reap, northwest Cambodia. Formerly a guest residence for Cambodia’s King Sihanouk, this upmarket property is located ten minutes from the Angkor temple complex and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor Wat. Boasting 24 high end suites, a restaurant, a spa, and two swimming pools, all nestled within tranquil gardens, Amansara offers a sophisticated, exclusive retreat for travellers uninhibited by budget.

The hotel’s airy, elegant dining room offers additional alfresco seating by the pool, and offers a seasonal menu, featuring both Khmer and western cuisine. The lovely roof garden and terrace is a popular venue for cocktails and private dining. An atmospheric dining experience is also available at the resort’s private Khmer property, a traditional wooden house on stilts located in nearby Angkor Archaeological Park. Hotel facilities include an extensive library, where cultural events and exhibitions are regularly hosted, a boutique, and a peaceful spa. The property has two beautiful outdoor swimming pools with loungers, including a 25-metre lap pool.

Activities include sunrise visits to Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple, famed for its mysterious stone faces, and the ancient jungle temple of Ta Prohm. The hotel’s complimentary tuk tuks and bicycles offer an atmospheric way to explore Siem Reap’s bustling streets and markets and the picturesque surrounding villages. Back at the hotel, indulge with a massage or spa treatment, take part in a yoga session, or relax in one of the two pools, surrounded by the verdant gardens.

Accommodation comprises 24 chic, open-plan suites, tastefully designed with pale walls and dark timber fittings. Each suite has a king-size or twin beds, and a lounge area with a sofa and writing desk. Floor to ceiling glass doors open onto a private leafy courtyard with loungers, and some suites have a private plunge pool. The spacious light-filled bathrooms have twin basins, shower and a freestanding bathtub, and each suite has air conditioning, fans, Wi-Fi and minibar.

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    The safari trip was excellent! The stay, the food and the people were all very nice. We were happy to have Ryan and Stanley as our game drive guides they brought us up close to the animals and Ryan gave very good information throughout.

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