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Siem Reap Accommodation

  • Belmond La Residence d'Angkor

    This beautiful Khmer style hotel, a member of the prestigious Belmond hotel collection, is filled with ambience created by dark wood, lily ponds, dramatic local fabrics and a lush riverside jungle garden. With only 55 rooms, the hotel has an intimate, boutique feel.

  • Navutu Dreams

    Cool, chic and contemporary, you might think you’ve arrived at a beach resort when entering Navutu Dreams. Lovingly created by the same owners as Navutu Stars, another Turquoise favourite in the idyllic Yasawa Islands in Fiji, this stylish boutique resort is a short tuk tuk ride away from Siem Reap in a sleepy rural setting of Cambodia’s countryside. With just 28 welcoming and stylish rooms, a delicious and varied menu and an excellent spa Navutu offers an intimate resort environment with personalised service, perfect for couples and honeymooners. 

  • Phum Baitang

    Phum Baitang, meaning ‘Green Village’, in Khmer is a totally unique collection of 45 private villas set in eight hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens and rice fields. Located in the countryside just ten minutes’ drive from the centre of Siem Reap, this heavenly retreat is a complete contrast to the bustling town centre and the perfect antidote to a day spent exploring the spectacular Angkor Temples.

  • Amansara

    Set in a private lush garden enclosure and originally built as a guesthouse for King Sihanouk in the 1960’s, the award-winning Amansara is the Aman Resort’s luxury retreat in Cambodia. The resort is located on the outskirts of Siem Reap and stepping into the enclosure is like stepping into a serene haven far removed from the noise of city life.

  • Sala Lodges

    Authentic and enchanting, Sala Lodges resembles a rural Cambodian village. This unique collection of lodges features eleven traditional Khmer wooden houses on stilts, collected from villages in the Cambodian countryside and lovingly rebuilt and restored in the countryside just a mile outside Siem Reap. Amid mature gardens of sugar palm and banana plants and with views across palm trees and rice paddies, the rustic rooms boast high ceilings, sprawling verandas, wooden furniture and handmade fabrics. Contrasting with the slick and contemporary style of the reception, restaurant, bar and swimming pool this resort is intimate, romantic and unusual – definitely a new Turquoise favourite! 

  • Shinta Mani Shack

    Shinta Mani is a charming stylish boutique hotel, ultra-modern but with delightful Cambodian touches. Perfectly located in the heart of Siem Reap, this small resort enjoys a peaceful setting yet is within walking distance of the buzzy local restaurants and bars plus it has its very own night market, supporting local artists.

  • The Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

    The grand exterior of the elegant Victoria Angkor hotel is reminiscent of 1930’s French Indochina and the wooden floors and cream furnishings of the interior complete the colonial era look. The hotel even has two vintage Citroën cars available for Angkor touring or airport transfers, to complement the period feel.

Hotel of the month: Six Senses Con Dao

This rustic yet luxurious tropical retreat is surrounded by nature and fronted by wide, gleaming-white sands on the unspoilt island of Con Dao, a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City – the perfect beach ending to a top-to-toe journey through Vietnam.

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Hotel of the month: Six Senses Con Dao

This rustic yet luxurious tropical retreat is surrounded by nature and fronted by wide, gleaming-white sands on the unspoilt island of Con Dao, a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City – the perfect beach ending to a top-to-toe journey through Vietnam.