The Park Hyatt is a new addition to Cambodia’s select five-star hotel crowd. The hotel was previously Hotel De La Paix, one of the country’s top properties, and has been rebranded after a complete renovation. This new and exciting hotel is situated in one of Asia’s major emerging cultural destinations, providing ultimate indulgence and impeccable service. Designed by award-winning Bangkok-based interior designer Bill Bensley, Park Hyatt won Cambodia’s No. 1 hotel spot in Travel + Leisure and ranked No. 29 in its World’s Best Hotels 2010 list. Park Hyatt Siem Reap features 104 guestrooms, a choice of restaurants, a bar, fresh bakery, two swimming pools, a spa and fitness center.
Location: This hotel is ideally and strategically placed in the epicentre of Siem Reap, just a short distance from boutique shops, bars, restaurants and a host of other attractions, as well as the international airport.
History: History is the main draw for visitors to Siem Reap, with the magnificent temples of Angkor being the highlight of any visit to this charming ancient city.
Service: The Park Hyatt prides itself on its flawless 24-hour concierge service, allowing guests to have their desires fulfilled at any time, day or night.
The Park Hyatt features 104 of some of the most elegant and sophisticated suites rooms in Cambodia. Featuring private gardens and pools, these rooms will please even the most distinguished of guests. Standard room amenities include: mini bar, ceiling fan, air conditioning, cable/satellite TV, high speed internet access, and a personal safe.
The hotel's luxurious Park View King room, a spacious 376-square-feet, contains a luxuriously-large king-size bed and beautiful views of the hotel's verdant courtyard. The well-appointed interiors contain Khmer-inspired contemporary art, custom-made furniture, and marble bathrooms.
The hotel's opulent Park Deluxe King rooms, a spacious 581-square-feet, contains a luxuriously-large king-size bed and sweeping views of the city's downtown core. The well-appointed interiors contain Khmer-inspired contemporary art, custom-made furniture, a Nespresso machine, and marble bathrooms and dual vanities.
The hotel's luxurious Park King rooms, a spacious 376-square-feet, contains a luxuriously-large king-size bed and sweeping views of the city's downtown core. The well-appointed interiors contain Khmer-inspired contemporary art, custom-made furniture, and marble bathrooms.
The spacious fitness center features state-of-the-art exercise equipment, from cardio machines to strength training equipment, and is open 24-hours a day for guests optimal convenience. Guests who require one-on-one attention can benefit from the attendants who can guide guest workouts throughout the day.
The hotel provides its executive and business guests with a host of business facilities, including well-appointed meeting rooms that are equipped with audio-visual systems and technology, as well as high-speed internet access.
The hotel's infinity pool, with its lagoon-like atmosphere, surrounded by lush gardens, is a lovely spot to while away an afternoon. A second, more sophisticated lap pool is also available on the ground floor. Guests may also make use of the resort's steam room.
Inspired by the fluidity and grace of Angkor's Apsara legends, this spa offers therapies that have been centuries in the making, featuring ancient knowledge, combined with modern techniques. The therapies incorporate the freshest and highest quality local ingredients.
The stylish Dining Room serves up a fine selection of traditional French and Cambodian delights that incorporate fresh ingredients that are locally-sourced, as well as premium imported items.
Designed in the manner of a conservatory, this relaxed venue serves up freshly-made sandwiches and pizzas, as well as delicious ice cream.
Guests will truly feel as if in an opulent home-like living room at this all-day chic bar-lounge, with its custom-made furniture, featuring plush sofas. The home-like feel is maximized with the menu of comfort foods offered throughout the day, accompanied by an extensive imported wine list.
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