Hot Hotel Deals: Siem Reap

These five luxe lodgings are ideal for those wishing to take their vacation in Cambodia to the next level.

The courtyard pool at Anantara Angkor Resort. (Photo: Anantara)

Anantara Angkor Resort

Guests bedding down at least two nights at this all-suite property will receive plenty of perks through the Short Breaks Special running until June 30, 2022. They’ll get daily breakfast for two, an upgrade to the next room category, late checkout at 4 p.m., and a 20 percent discount on hotel dining and 90-minute oil massages throughout the stay. Those who book direct will also have US$50 deducted from their total bill at checkout for every US$100 spent on dining or spa treatments. If you’re planning a trip closer to the end of the year, the Stay Longer deal saves you 25 percent on stays of three nights and 30 percent on bookings of four nights or more. Complimentary daily breakfast and private tuk-tuk return transfers within Siem Reap town are guaranteed.

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Inside a Riverview suite bedroom at FCC Angkor by Avani. (Photo: Avani Hotels)

FCC Angkor by Avani

Centered on a heritage villa that once served as Siem Reap’s Foreign Correspondents’ Club, the riverside FCC Angkor is tempting travelers back with its Angkor Rediscover package. Holidaymakers who stay three nights or more in the hotel’s 80 colonial-style rooms and suites can look forward to breakfast, airport pick-up, and other add-ons from just US$205++ per night. These include a full-day guided tour of Angkor by tuk-tuk (excluding the temple pass), a blessing ritual with Buddhist monks, and an hourlong Cambodian-inspired couples’ treatment at the in-house Visaya Spa. Also part of the deal? A choice of lunch or dinner for two at The Mansion, whose menu of elevated comfort food encompasses both Khmer and international fare.

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Details in The Living Room, a restaurant and lounge at Park Hyatt Siem Reap. (Photo: Hyatt)

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Khmer heritage meets art-deco styling at the former Hôtel de la Paix, a landmark that was completely rebuilt in the early 2000s to a design by Bill Bensley. Guests here have even more reason to extend their vacation in Siem Reap thanks to the Long Stay offer. Travelers who book seven nights at the Park Hyatt will receive 30 percent off room rates, a complimentary upgrade to the next available category, and daily breakfast for two. An additional 10 percent discount applies for spa treatments, laundry, and food and non-alcoholic drinks. Alternatively, those staying between July 1 and December 31, 2023 will be rewarded with a complimentary night through the 4th Night Free promotion.

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The pool bar at Shinta Mani Angkor. (Photo: Shinta Mani Hotels)

Shinta Mani Angkor and Bensley Collection Pool Villas

Available for stays before October 31, 2023, the three-night Fun for All the Family package is priced at US$1,257. Two adults and one child sharing a Bayon King room at Shinta Mani Angkor will be entitled to a complimentary room upgrade, on top of roundtrip airport transfers with fast-track immigration service on arrival, and daily breakfast. Guests have the chance to explore a range of attractions both within and beyond Siem Reap itself. Aside from a full day spent hopping between four of the area’s most celebrated temples: Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, the maze-like Preah Khan, and Ta Prohm, families will be treated to an evening show at the top-rated Phare circus, preceded by a three-course set dinner at Shinta Mani Angkor’s Kroya restaurant; a visit to Apopo, an NGO that uses specially trained African giant pouched rats to detect landmines; and tickets for the Angkor Eye Ferris wheel. Parents and kids alike can also gain a deeper appreciation of Khmer cuisine with a market tour followed by a cooking class. Early check-in and late checkout are part of the offer, as is a 10 percent discount on the next room booking.

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The modernist exterior of Viroth’s Hotel, which has just 35 rooms and suites. (Photo: Viroth’s Hotel)

Viroth’s Hotel

A 1950s-inspired boutique property in the hip Wat Bo area, Viroth’s Hotel is currently offering a quartet of packages that save its guests between 20 and 30 percent on their stays. From US$249 per night, adventure-seekers staying a minimum of four nights will enjoy a private three-day tour that takes in the wonders of both Angkor’s Small and Grand circuits, before venturing farther afield to visit Banteay Srei temple, known for the finery of its 10th-century carvings, and the waterfalls and sacred sites of Phnom Kulen mountain. The rate includes daily breakfast, two-way airport transfers in a vintage limousine, plus early check in and late checkout. Wellness-minded travelers can also look forward to a 15 percent discount on spa treatments booked before their arrival.

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