This modernist guesthouse, commissioned by King Sihanouk in 1962, is the place to stay in Siem Reap. Like most of the Amanresorts, Amansara is intimate,...more
The FCCwhich stands for Foreign Correspondents Clubis probably the best deal in town. Set in the grounds of a former French ambassador's vacation...more
Located in a renovated shophouse alongside sister property the One Hotel in the middle of Siem Reap's nightlife district, the three-room Hotel Be is more casual...more
What's old is new again. La Paix, as it's locally known, originally opened in 1957. In 2005, the landmark hotel reopened after a complete renovationas in,...more
Seaside vacationers are returning to the country's southern shore with the opening of this stylish compound a three-hour drive from Phnom Penh along bumpy...more
This Orient Express hotel is a deluxe all-wood compound modeled on the centuries-old Khmer style, with gorgeous gardens, pitched roofs, and wide terraces. The...more
This tasteful hideaway on a tiled, pedestrian-only lane between Pub Street and Psar Chas (Old Market) couldn't be more romanticor exclusive: There's only...more
The swank 16-room Quay Hotel (opened in spring 2008) mixes a mod Jetsons aesthetic with a solid environmental ethic. Owned by the same folks behind the...more
The attractive Art Deco decor is probably this famed hotel's greatest draw. Definitely don't bother staying here if you can't get one of the "landmark" rooms in...more
The colonial-era Raffles Hotel Le Royal, located a five-minute walk away from Wat Phnom, seems to exist in a sepia-toned world far removed from tourist-oriented...more
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