• Comfort: Rooms are spacious, spa treatments are extensive, and the pool is inviting – a perfect recipe for a relaxing getaway.
• Aesthetics: The resort is designed by the Parisian-based architecture firm AW2 to produce the authentic feel of a Khmer village while also seamlessly blending the structures with their natural surroundings.
• Location: This boutique resort is located near the Angkor World Heritage Site, Siem Reap, and a host of natural wonders.
This little 5-star luxury resort near Siem Reap, Cambodia occupies eight acres of lush gardens, lemon-grass meadows, and rice paddies. The resort provides a luxurious home base for tourists traveling to the Angkor World Heritage Site, or any of the other natural and cultural wonders nearby. That said, some guests may be perfectly happy to remain on the resort's opulent premises of spacious villas with private pools, gourmet restaurants, and an indulgent spa. There is a cozy cigar and cocktail lounge for romantic evenings and an expansive infinity pool for lazy days under the Cambodian sun.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
The resort houses 45 villas, 20 of which include private plunge pools. All these villas are luxuriously furnished and feature an array of modern amenities, such as an LCD flat screen with satellite channels, an integrated sound system, and telephone. Rooms are also fitted with a safe and coffee and tea making facilities, while bathrooms are stocked with essentials.
Covering 130 square meters, Pool Villas draw on the rustic chic decor of Terrace Villas, albeit with more space. Guests of these villas can also enjoy a plunge pool from the privacy of their accommodation.
With aesthetics inspired by traditional Cambodian wooden housing, these villas have been designed and furnished to create an authentic and luxurious Cambodian experience. The villa covers 80 square meters, and the bedroom spills out into a glorious terrace. Bathrooms are fitted with stone baths and rain showers.
Geared for relaxation, this resort offers a beautiful spa, infinity pool, and fitness facilities. All feature beautiful décor and top-quality equipment. There is also a kids’ center, providing parents with some much-needed time for themselves.
Connected to the spa, there is a fully equipped fitness room for cardio and strength training. There is also a yoga pavilion for practitioners of the ancient art.
Spanning 50 meters, this infinity pool is an excellent spot to cool down, or for lounging in any of the patio furniture surrounding it.
This facility offers complimentary babysitting services throughout the day.
Situated in an architectural vestige of Angkor, this indulgent spa is fitted with seven treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room, and relaxation area. The spa's many treatments are largely inspired by techniques from the medieval Khmer Empire.
With wonderful flavors and tasteful décor, the hotel’s restaurants are a certain highlight for guests. There is one Cambodian restaurant and another with a more international range of flavors. An intimately designed vintage Cigar & Cocktail lounge offers stunning views and comfortable furnishing, presenting a fantastic place to unwind. There is also a pool bar, and private dining experiences can be arranged.
Drawing on vibrant local flavors, Bay Phsar serves a variety of tempting dishes from Fresh Minced Pork to Shrimp Spring Rolls. Ingredients are locally sourced, and the restaurant offers stunning views of the surrounding rice paddies and gardens.
Paying homage to Cambodia's colonial history, this lounge is housed in a beautifully refurbished century-old farmhouse. Among the rattan wing chairs and oriental carpets, guests can enjoy a variety of wines and vintage liqueurs. There is also luxurious terrace upon which guests can smoke premium cigars.
This boutique restaurant serves a fusion of international cuisines, from fresh seafood to top quality steaks. Diners can enjoy beautiful views of Phum Baitang’s sunsets and starlit nights from Hang Bay, especially while dining al fresco.
From this open-air setting adjacent the resort's 50-meter outdoor infinity pool, guests can enjoy a light meal or refreshing homemade juices beneath the Cambodian sun.
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