Angkor Palace Resort & Spa

Deluxe Room
Swimming Pool
The Royal Ballroom
Pool Bird of Paradise Villa

After a day of exploration, haggling at markets and watching the hustle and bustle of Siem Reap from a tuk-tuk, the Angkor Palace Resort & Spa proves to be the perfect retreat.

Located 10 minutes from the airport and city centre, Angkor Palace Resort & Spa is the only international five-star resort designed and built by a Cambodian architect. It welcomes guests with its open-air lobby and serene ambience created through its unique Khmer style décor and furnishings.

Despite only being open since January 2004 as a member of Summit Hotels & Resorts, the Palace has already collected several awards, including the ASEAN Green Hotels Award (2007), and hosted a number of high-profile diplomatic meetings.

Afternoon tea at Sunset Cafe
Barbeque at Pool Terrace

Stretching across 11 hectares of lush tropical landscaped gardens, it comprises of 259 guestrooms including Deluxe, Premier Deluxe, seven Suites and eight private Villas. Upon entering a guestroom, you can’t help but feel a sense of calm as you breathe in the fresh scent of the room’s teak furnishings, its warm hues of yellow and orange softening the modern, clean lines within its layout.

Rooms are also well equipped with a large private bathroom, complimentary broadband internet access, a television, on-call spa services and 24-hour room valet service to make sure that all needs are tended to.

Explore further and you will discover every room has its own private balcony leading towards the Palace’s inviting swimming pool and Pool Bar. Nestled in the middle of lush tropical shrubbery and Cambodian Sugar Palm Trees, the pool is secluded enough to allow you to drift off into your own world, whether it be with a cocktail or relaxing session in the outdoor Jacuzzi.

The Palace also has two tennis courts, a sauna and a fully-equipped gymnasium. For avid golfers, there is the nearby Angkor Golf Resort which has a world-class golf course designed by Nick Faldo.

After all that exercise and relaxation, your rumbling tummy can be soothed at the resort’s five distinctive restaurants and lounge. You can either have a casual dining experience at the Sunset Café or indulge in Khmer fine dining at Soriya Restaurant.

And to finish the Angkor Palace Resort & Spa experience, sip the resort’s signature fruity cocktail “The Palace Inspiration” at the Lobby Lounge before departing this luxury oasis for the senses.

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Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L
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