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Reviewed 1 October 2012

Though reviews mention that this property is the near to pub street, location wise, it is still a good few hundred metres of walking either by the side road or the river banks. Tuk tuk is still a better bet. The same locality are night markets, overpriced beautiful eateries and watering holes. Also omnipresent in the pub street are touts offering you girls for "Boom boom!!" they can be very persistent! will follow you persistently asking the same quiestion.....

Rooms are small and clean, Sufficient yet spartan. Though when I left the toilet door in room open, the whole room smells funny. Smell is not there anymore when the door is closed. Free internet in the rooms and public area
Staffs are a gem there, friendly and informative, genuine with help for directions and suggestions.
Breakfast was marginal, quite extensive in array but somewhat not so appealing.

Date of stay: September 2012
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Thank Adcye
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Reviewed 25 September 2012

I picked this hotel somewhat blindly when planning a trip to Southeast Asia. It turned out to be a real winner--with large rooms, a nice pool, good full breakfast included, and a location an easy 10-minute walk from the large local market in Siem Reap, a place that sold pretty much everything. I even had a haircut there. It was a 5-minute walk from Viroth's restaurant, a truly elegant place that had great food and a wonderful setting. My wife and I ate there two nights--for $10 total! Adjacent to the hotel is a great tuk-tuk driver who we used to visit the temples of Angkor Wat and to take us to the airport. He charged 1/3 the cost of a taxi. Going slower made it much easier to take in the many sights.

Room tip: Overlooking the pool is very quiet.
Date of stay: November 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank John L
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Reviewed 17 September 2012

We booked our 4 night stay at The Angkor Riviera Hotel with Agoda for £106.

When we arrived at Cambodia airport there was a small queue to get our visa, handing over $20 our passports and a photograph and paperwork they had given us on the plane from Bangkok, this took about ten minutes. A friend had arranged for a tuk tuk driver to meet us at the airport and take us everywhere we wanted to go over the four days

This was just the beginning of a wonderful four days. We visited National Museum, Landmine Museum, Angkor Wat, Floating Village, quad biking and Cambodian Cultural Village.

Once we arrived at the hotel they were waiting with a cool hand towel and juice drink, check in was a breeze. Our room 105 was very clean, well-furnished, great air conditioning, tv, fridge, free safe, free bottle of water each and overlooking the pool.

All staff especially the bar staff were friendly, helpful, ready and willing to answer any questions we had whether it be about the hotel or Siem Reap itself. The hotel has a business area with access to a computer for $2 per hour. The hotel is in a great location overlooking the Siem Reap River and within walking distance to markets, restaurants, pub street and great people watching.
Over the weekend, the hotel was completely filled with tour groups from other Asian countries coming to see Angkor Wat but this wasn’t a problem to us.

The breakfast buffet was included in the price but was a little strange, breakfast was huge, with Eastern and Western style food to choose from and an omelet bar. The breakfast was every morning from 6 to 9 a.m. so plenty of time to get in before setting off for the day.

Even at night we felt very safe walking to and from the hotel, the Cambodian people are just so friendly.

I could not have asked for a better place to stay both in convince and hospitality, We will come back to this hotel and Siem Reap again, people, food, culture, and history everything in Siem Reap is worth the trip you will not be disappointed.


Also if you want a great tuk tuk driver contact Roeun Ry (Ree) E-mail roeun_ry@ymail.com to tour the temples and sights of Cambodia, it is totally worth it and he is amazing, nice, helpful, with reasonable English. He was wonderful, made us feel very comfortable in the city and was so helpful with food and must see spots in the city. This gave us the freedom to come and go as we wanted, as we knew he was waiting for us no matter how long we were.

Great stay in a great hotel in an even better city. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did, an experience we will never forget.

Date of stay: August 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 September 2012

I would not recommend this for the couple looking for just right anything but it is good if you are looking for right enough of everything. It is relatively close to the Old Market and Pub Street, and at about a ten minute walk; also, I about a ten minute walk to the Angkor National Museum. It has a nice pool that is open until only 2030. The shower was smaller and the shower crown molding had black spots. However, I the staff was most congenial, and the bed was perfect, but the pool view spot on and all the tuk tuk drivers could get us home after Pub Street. Finally, the the breakfast: good enough and multicultural enough to meet the needs of the clientele who came from the world over. This was truly a diverse place.

Oh, and and thank you for mailing my post cards.

Date of stay: September 2012
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1  Thank Michael V
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Reviewed 1 September 2012

This hotel is close enough to Pub street and the Old Market so we basically walk there to have lunch/dinner every day. It is located at a more quiet side of town by the riverside, making it a great stay away from the noise and yet still close enough to the central area. Walk to the right after you come out from the hotel for about 200m and there is a big convenient store.

The service was also great, we asked for extra pillows and got it delivered within minutes with a smile :) The front desk was great too, they answer most of the questions we asked and even helped to pack the breakfast to watch sunrise in Angkor Wat. The manager standing behind look too serious though, he should relax a bit and smile more. Breakfast was equally good with decent choices.

Room tip: I think the new rooms are at the back, so ask if you can get a room there.
Date of stay: August 2012
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3  Thank noosief
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