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Concierge.com's insider take:
Nearly every top-tier Siem Reap hotel has its own spa, but even budget travelers can indulge in the pampering Siem Reap offers. Reputable massage and reflexology parlors, as well as day spas, that cater to expat professionals and aching tourists alike can be found near the Old Market. Located near the Central Market, behind ANZ Royal Bank, Frangipani offers a full menu of body treatments for men and women, as well as aromatherapy and hot-stone massage, by experienced therapists (615 Hup Guan Street; 63-964-391; email@example.com; www.frangipanisiemreap.com). Bangkok-based Body Tune has set up a 22-room operation in an old French colonial shophouse along the river for those who want more ambience with their rubdowns, manicures, or body scrubs (63-764-141; www.bodytune.co.th).