The newest luxury property in Siem Reap, Park Hyatt Siem Reap is contemporary in design and located in the city centre with easy access to main tourist attractions, markets, shopping and restaurant district.
Park Hyatt Siem Reap offers guests the authentic hospitality and quality of an award winning international brand. The design is also a unique blend of Khmer art and culture.
Park Hyatt Siem Reap's 107 rooms and suites are strongly influenced by Art Deco style with black, white and muted colors and stylish furnishings. The 84 Deluxe Rooms have garden or urban views their chic interiors include hardwood flooring, stylish daybed, handcrafted lamps and pewter artwork and the en-suite bathroom has a terrazzo soaking tub.
The 8 Deluxe Suites are similar in design but with more open plan living space. Set within a secluded courtyard, the five Courtyard Garden Suites each have a private courtyard with relaxation area with armchairs and an oversized soaking tub, and doors leading to a large bedroom beyond.
The hotel's exclusive Pool Suite has plenty of living space both inside and out, with a bedroom and separate lounge inside and a private pool deck with swimming pool and Khmer-inspired water garden outside. The nine spacious Duplex Spa Suites have a stylish open plan bedroom/lounge downstairs, and upstairs feature a twin spa-bed massage area and private rooftop garden.
In the center of downtown Siem Reap. Park Hyatt Siem Reap is 12 km from the Angkor Archaeological Park and 20km from the Siem Reap International Airport. It is just blocks away from the Night Markets and Pub Street. Park Hyatt Siem Reap is within easy walking distance of colorful markets and just a few kilometers from the famous temple complexes of Angkor Wat.
FOOD & DRINK
The Dining Room which offers a selection of French and Cambodian cuisine in a serene environment on the ground floor. The Living Room is a chic bar lounge with a homely feel. Here you can enjoy a set breakfast in the morning, traditional homemade favorites throughout the day, light lunches and evening tapas, not to mention the often much needed tea and glass of wine. The Glasshouse Deli, as the name suggests, resembles a conservatory providing diners with spectacular city views whilst they feast on freshly made sandwiches, pizza, ice cream and other deliciousness in the form of sweet treats.