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Where to Stay in Siem Reap

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You guys, I want so share with you about the place we stayed at when we were in Siem Reap. I know, it’s like a half year late, but the room was so awesome I thought you would want to stay there as well. Three Room D’Angkor Boutique is located in the city area, but not on the main road. You have to walk into a small lane for a couple of minutes. It looks like a house with a big gate from the outside. There are only three rooms inside. For me, it felt more like a guest house than a hotel, but who cares? It’s the best valued hotel I have ever stayed at.

The room’s huge. It had two bathrooms, a bathtub area, a huge make up mirror, bedroom, living room, a study corner and a terrace overlooking the swimming pool. It felt like a honeymooner’s.

Bath Tub TV

The bathtub’s placed outside the bathroom and from there you can even watch the TV. Tell me what more can we ask for in this life? I spent my evenings there soaking in my own soapy dirt watching CSI reruns (it wasn’t a good choice, I couldn’t completely relax while trying to third handily solve the murder) until my skin turned wrinkly, but it was good. Dream came true kinda good.

Ganesha

How awesome was the Ganesha tap! I was conflicted to use it for its real purpose or to pray in front of it.  I ended up brushing my teeth in the shower instead. And you know who would love it in my family? Everyone! I considered getting it, but with a budget flight ticket and just enough dollars to visit Angkor Wat, try the happy pizza and eat all those delicious Khmer food. So maybe next time?

Three D Angkor Wat

This place had everything I wanted from a room, including a big glass door and windows. Here’s where I spent my morning, soaking sunshine while lazing around like a cat.

Swimming Pool

And the swimming pool was right in front of our room door. Since there were no other guests during that time (we went on summer, which was close to a suicide mission), it was like having our own private pool.

To top it all, the staffs’ hospitality was excellent. They kept offering us cold drinks whenever we came back to our rooms, made reservations and booked tuk-tuks for us. The one time we went out twice before nighttime in one day, they cleaned our room twice. As a boutique hotels advocate, I highly recommend Three Room D’Angko you guys. Check it out yourself when you visit Siem Reap. Have you stayed in a boutique hotel before?

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  • Sounds amazing! I hope to go to Siem Reap in January. If it works out, I will check out this place!

    • Foreign Geek

      Cool! Let me know if you need more info, I would love to share it with you Tracy. Btw, I am glad that you are going in Jan. Please avoid Apr-Jun, the heat is unbearable :S

  • That looks incredible! I would absolutely love to stay there. And that Ganesha faucet is so amazing!

    • Foreign Geek

      Yes, I will love it and for USD100ish per day, I think it’s a luxurious bargain.

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