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Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa
Why we like it
- An exceptional location next to the King's residence and moments from the temples
- Dining at Le Bistro de Siem Reap Restaurant serving French cuisine and L'Escale for contemporary dining will delight all
- Facilities include a fitness centre, swimming pool and spa
- Designed to represent nostalgic comfort and elegance
- Discover the city in one of the hotel's vintage cars
- Attentive and professional staff
- A truly luxurious place to stay with all the modern convenience expected enabling travellers to explore one of the most famous sites in Cambodia
After a day of exploring the temples at Angkor Wat unwind at the Le Lotus Blanc Spa with an open-air traditional healing massage, pure and blissful indulgence.
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
Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa is located in the heart of Siem Reap a luxurious resort to discover ancient Angkor Wat. The hotel features 130 cosy rooms with private balconies, and 10 are uniquely designed suites evoking the atmosphere and ambience of the journeys of the early explorers. All are furnished with beautiful hardwood floors, elegant furniture and exclusive fabrics. The hotel's Le Bistro de Siem Reap Restaurant serves French cuisine in a romantic atmosphere while contemporary international fare is a sheer delight at L'Escale in a tropical garden setting. Delight in the traditional Apsara dance performances who enhance the evening dining atmosphere. The Victoria also has outdoor dining for romantic, starlight dinners.
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
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