Select Your Home Region
Europe, Middle East & Africa
Australia, NZ and Southeast Asia
Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Why we like it
- Superb location near the renowned 12th century ruins of Angkor Wat and in easy reach of the art district
- Experience authentic first class Cambodian hospitality
- The hotel features an Indochine Spa, fitness centre, and two swimming pools
- Refined interiors with graceful garden settings create a residential feel to this luxury hotel
- Stay in the finest suite accommodation in this magical city
A stay in one of the suites with its private garden is a sheer delight and a haven of peace after exploring the ancient temples of Angkor Wat.
Thank you for organising a fantastic holiday (Annie Jensen) The guides and drivers were helpful considerate and polite. All the guides were informative in their own way which we found interesting. As we passed the children they were delighted to see us and practice their English 'Hello'. We spoke to local people and children, everybody was very pleasant. The cycling distances were just right, we had time to stop an
- MS, Cumbria
Previously the Hotel De La Paix, one of the Cambodia's top-rated hotels it has been refurbished adding it the iconic brand of Park Hyatt. The hotel now boats 104 rooms and suites, with two restaurants, one bar and a retail bakery. A fusion of ancient Khmer tradition and modern art deco, this luxury hotel is also just a short drive from the intriguing temple city of Angkor Wat. Cuisine of French and Indochine inspiration is a feature of the main restaurant, The Dining Room. In addition, the bar lounge, Living Room and the deli-patisserie, Glass House, feature comfort fare. "Carefully sourced, thoughtfully served' is the underlying philosophy behind each and every culinary journey Park Hyatt Siem Reap delivers. It is a 15-minute drive to both the Angkor Archaeological Park and the Siem Reap International Airport. Choose Park Hyatt Siem Reap for a perfect haven for relaxation after a busy day exploring the clusters of local craft shops in the Old Market.
Best time to travel
The best time to travel would be during the dry season of October to March, avoiding the monsoon season of June to September. Temperatures remain fairly constant year round.
Phnom Penh or Siem Reap via Bangkok
12 hours and 30 minutes
GMT + 7 hours
Issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Create a brochure
Suggested itineraries in Cambodia
Luxury Small Group Journeys - Images of Indochina & Angkor Wat 2017
Nights: 12 | from £5,765pp
Images of Indochina & Angkor Wat, visiting Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City, Angkor Wat And Bangkok.
Life along the Mekong
Nights: 15 | from £6,427pp
A comprehensive tour that follows the Mekong River, taking in key landmarks and world-famous temples, but which also offers an intriguing insight into local life in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam
Nights: 23 | from £5,965pp
A spell-binding 23-night tour of Indochina which showcases the major highlights of Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam by water, land and air.
Luxury Cambodia and Vietnam
Nights: 7 | from £5,845pp
Discover the intoxicating heritage of Cambodia and Vietnam, from the jaw-dropping temples of Angkor to the timeless riverside villages of the Mekong Delta and bustling Ho Chi Minh City – all in effortless luxury.
Nights: 9 | from £2,490pp
Appreciate the contrasting aspects of Cambodia over 9 days, taking in the magical temples, friendly villages and beautiful countryside in stark contrast to its turbulent history.
Nights: 16 | from £4,895pp
Discover the diverse faces of Cambodia on this in-depth tour encompassing familiar highlights – the mesmerising temples of Angkor and Phnom Penh’s moving reminders of the Khmer Route – as well as less-visited treats including the minority villages of Ratanakiri and the coastal beauty of the far south.