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Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

Why We Love This Hotel :

History: This imposing art deco property was opened in 1932 and exudes history at every turn.

Service: For decades, this hotel has hosted dignitaries and VIP guests coming to explore the Angkor temples.

Location: Located opposite the Royal Palace, Raffles Siem Reap is only 8 kilometers from Angkor Wat, and enjoys a beautiful garden setting.


When guests are not out exploring ancient temples or experiencing village life along the Tonle Sap, the Raffles Siem Reap has plenty of facilities for relaxation or rejuvenation. Full spa services and fitness facilities are provided, including massage, yoga and Khmer treatments.


Set amid frangipani trees and inspired by the royal baths of Angkor, a beautiful 35-meter lap pool graces the gardens of Raffles Siem Reap. It is only open to guests of the hotel.

Raffles Spa

This luxurious spa offers a great range of treatments for guests looking to ease tired muscles or just relax pamper themselves. Treatments include body, face and water therapies, plus traditional Khmer rituals and hydrotherapy. There's also a steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.  The Raffles Spa also houses a gymnasium with cardiovascular machines, weights machines and free weights. Guests can book in for early morning yoga and mediation sessions with a trained professional.

Royal Crusade for Independence Gardens

The Raffles Siem Reap is positioned within 60,000 square meters of manicured gardens. More than 20,000 different tropical plant species live here, creating a lush protected home for a variety of local bird species.


Raffles Siem Reap offers authentic Cambodian cuisine, plus a mix of regional and international cuisines of the highest quality. Dining areas and bars offer guests a range of different flavors and settings to relax in. Guests can also dine by the pool or in their rooms.

Poolside Terrace

Open from 9am to 7pm, the pool provides a stunning backdrop to sundowner drinks, or after-swim snacks. Frangipani trees and colonial gazebo create an ambient environment for intimate meals.

Apsara Terrace

The Apsara Terrace provides al fresco dining in the gardens and live Khmer dance performances. Diners are treated to an unforgettable cultural show while enjoying a Pan-Asian barbecue three times per week.

Caf� d'Angkor

This light-filled all-day dining venue sets the scene for daily champagne breakfast, plus lunch and dinner for both Asian and Western palates. Picnic baskets and bakery items can be collected for takeaway here, or guests can enjoy dining al fresco on the patio overlooking the pool

Elephant Bar

This renowned bar offers a sophisticated environment for cocktails, including the Raffles Siem Reap's signature concoction, the Airvata. Open from 6pm to midnight, guests can enjoy light meals and snacks with their drinks. A dress code applies.

Restaurant Le Grand

This elegant restaurant offers Western-style fine dining and Royal Khmer Cuisine. Guests can sample the exotic flavors and textures of local dishes as experienced by Cambodian Royalty, accompanied by a selection of more than 400 world-class wines.

The Conservatory

This relaxed colonial-style venue allows guests to unwind in a wicker chair and enjoy garden views with live piano and cocktails until late in the evening. Afternoon tea is also served here.



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