Guesthouse | BP 93104, Wat Polanka, Siem Reap, Cambodia 93104
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- Pool table(s)
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- Swimming Pool
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Pickup USD 7.00
- Breakfast USD 5.00
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
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About Mystères d'Angkor
Organization of your visit:
Of the temples of Angkor
Of Siem Reap and around
Of other place in Cambodia
Reservation of your transportation: Flight, Boat, Taxi, Bus
Internet access, telephone / international fax
Our 23 rooms are located in six lovely pavilions recreating different Khmer styles. All of them with:
A bedroom where wooden furniture, terracotta, fan and mosquito net strengthen the tropical atmosphere. For a better comfort all our rooms have air condition and fan.
A bathroom where everything have been designed for your comfort (hot shower)
A private terrace with rattan armchairs, plants and nice view on the garden and the swimming pool.
The rooms « CHEN LA » are about 25 m2 and are furnished with a double bed (160 cm) or twin beds (100cm). Possibility to add a baby cot or a children bed.
The rooms “ FU NAN” are about 30 m2 and are furnished with a double bed (160 cm) and a single bed (120 cm).
The suite « INDOCHINE » is about 50 m2. This includes a rooms “CHEN LA” with double bed, and a living room with colonial furniture’s. View on the garden and swimming pool.
Stretching out across both sides of the Siem Reap River, the city remains a quiet town favorable for stroll. Often forgotten, the pagodas (especially Vat Bo, Vat Enkossa, and Vat Polanka!) are worth a visit for the friendliness of the monks, and the quietness of the place. Getting lost in the market is an almost ethnological experience, rich of contacts, colors, and odors. Friendly restaurants offer a wide choice of Khmer and foreign specialties. Bars and shows liven up night life.
‘ANGKOR’ from the Sanskrit, 'nagara' means town or capital.
Imagine a city (in fact several) spread over 230 km2 where majestic ruins of more than 50 brick or sand stone temples remain.