Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor And Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor

Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor and Park Hyatt Siem Reap are two delux hotels in Cambodia.

Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor

The luxury Grand Hotel D’Angkor hotel offers personalized pampering at the award-winning Raffles Spa, as well as an array of fine dining choices, from exotic Khmer cuisine at the Restaurant Le Grand to the Elephant Bar where fine wine, champagne and cocktails, including the signature Airavata is served. For a one-of-a-kind dining experience, opt for private dining at one of the magnificent temples of Angkor.

Spread over 15 acres of beautifully landscaped French gardens, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor exudes old-world Cambodian grandeur infused with the best of modern comforts. An elegant cage elevator, the township’s very first, adorns the lobby and continues to gracefully ferry guests as it did since the hotel was first established.

Enjoy spectacular sunsets over Tonle Sap Lake and experience the rustic charm of its Floating Village. Revel in the serenity and beauty of Royal Crusade for Independence Gardens, and explore Angkor Thom and other major Angkor citadels on the back of a stately elephant. Purchase unique handicrafts and souvenirs from the vibrant traditional market of Psaar Chaa. All this and more lies awaits travellers who choose the Raffles experience to enhance the magic of their Angkor adventure.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Park Hyatt Siem Reap is expected to open July 2013, which will become the first Park Hyatt hotel in Cambodia. Hotel De La Paix Siem Reap, one of the country’s top-rated hotels, will be rebranded as Park Hyatt Siem Reap. Park Hyatt Siem Reap will include 108 guest rooms and suites. The hotel plans to feature two restaurants, one bar and a retail bakery. The hotel will also feature meeting facilities, a spa, fitness centre, and two swimming pools.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap will be situated nearby the renowned 12th century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that researchers believe was one of the largest preindustrial cities in the world. The temples in the area number more than 1,000 and include Angkor Wat, the world’s largest single religious monument.