Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood on the banks of the Siem Reap River and with just nine rooms tastefully decorated in a contemporary Khmer style, the newly opened Hanuman Villa is more a home than a hotel. Lush palms and ferns adorn the grounds and a small poolside restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Traditional Khmer massages can be arranged in your room or by the poolside on daybeds - the perfect cure for legs weary from exploring the nearby temples.
Decorated with traditional Cambodian artworks, the air-conditioned guestrooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, minibar and personal safe. The en suite bathroom has a bathtub. Spotless rooms are idiosyncratically decorated with lots of profoundly dark-stained wood, almost-silky bedcovers and lots (and lots) of objects: lotus petals float in copper water jars, Apsaras dance, elephants prance, colorful gourds hang in the trees, orchids cling to pillars in a sun-trapping courtyard. Staff are exceptionally friendly and caring.
This grand establishment enjoys a riverfront location on the Siem Reap River. Just a 1-minute walk from the Angkor Conservation Centre, the property also only a 5-minute drive from the lively Pub Street and Old Market. It is a mere 6 km away from the UNESCO Heritage Site of Angkor Wat Temple. This property is decorated with traditional Cambodian artworks and offers the air-conditioned en suite guestrooms that are equipped with a flat-screen TV, minibar and personal safe.
FOOD & DRINK
Reahoo Restaurant serves breakfast each morning consisting of both Western and Asian food. It also serves lunch and dinner, with an à la carte menu featuring Western and Cambodian food. A set menu option is also served of Khmer food for those wishing to sample the culinary delights of the country. Meanwhile, Asura Bar serves refreshing cocktails and other beverages in a relaxing setting.
Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool graduating from 0.5 to 1.8 metres, a spa and a lounge with a library of books. A laundry service is available for an additional charge and guests are treated to a welcome drink and fruit on arrival. The hotel provides a money exchange for dollars only and can arrange tuk-tuk rides and trips to the temples, as well as offering bicycle hire.