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3-star vacation home with outdoor pool, near Pub Street
1 King Bed
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Rental basis: Room with own facilities
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
The lodge is designed in the historical style of Angkor. Located in the center of Siem Reap, Romantic Angkor Residence features all you need. The guest house is designed in the historical style of Angkor Wat.
An outdoor big swimming pool and a rooftop restaurant with city views and a large lounge area with great views of the football field where football tournaments take place every day.
Located around 0.7 km from King's Road Angkor and 1 km. from Pub Street.
The property has a garden, as well as a restaurant that serves Asian cuisine. All guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen Tv with cable channels and free Wifi also.
The rooms are fitted with a private bathroom, and certain units at Romantic Angkor Residence have a terrace. All units at the accommodations include air conditioning and a desk.
Romantic Angkor Residence offers a continental breakfast.
When guests need guidance on where to visit, the reception will be happy to provide advice.
This property is also rated for the best value in Siem Reap! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city!
In advance, we would like to recommend you the following trips for your stay:
Siem Reap's energetic and forever expanding tourist industry is all down to the fact that one of the world's most incredible tourist attractions sits next door.
The vast ancient city that sprawls across Angkor Archaeological Park (more commonly called after its major temple complex, Angkor Wat, by visitors) was built by a succession of kings between the 9th and 15th centuries, contains hundreds of temples, and is so vast that even after multiple visits, you'll still feel like you've only scratched the surface.
During the medieval age, this was the world's largest city, though only the temples remain today. The main temple complex within the site is Angkor Wat itself, with its stunning bas-reliefs carved with scenes from traditional Hindu epics. In particular, make sure to check out the Churning of the Ocean Milk bas-relief on the east gallery.
If you've only got one day up your sleeve to hit the temples, the next destination on your tick list should be Ta Prohm, easily one of the most photogenic sights here due to its half-tumbled buildings entwined with tree roots. With more than a day to discover the legacy of the Angkorian kings, there is a vast amount of other temples to see.
The best way of organizing your temple time is to hire a tuk-tuk driver for a couple of days to whizz you in and out of town and to break up the temple gazing for a day or two in between. If you have three days available, make sure you don't miss Preah Khan for its towering columns, and definitely make time for the farther flung temple of Banteay Srei.
Inside the Angkor Park area, the Flight of the Gibbon zipline tour (which also runs two zipline tours in Thailand) offers 10 zip lines crossing over a jungle canopy on a two-hour course. Along the way are four hanging sky-bridges, a 50-meter abseil that will please those seeking an adrenaline rush, and 21 platform stations.
Breakage deposit: EUR 4.37 per stay
This property accepts credit/debit cards.