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In Siem Reap, Cambodia, Raffles Grand Hotel d´Angkor has a rich history dating back to 1932. Boasting a perfect blend of timeless elegance and modern luxury, Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor is a sanctuary. We will delve into the captivating features and amenities that make this property a gem. We'll examine all parts of the hotel, like the lovely architecture and well-planned interiors. Read on to discover why it continues to be a symbol of splendor in Southeast Asia.
The Grand Tour of Indochina is a legendary tour that begins with the historic Grand Hotel of Indochina, located next to the Royal Palace. Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor opened its doors in 1932. The legend lives on today, thanks to careful restoration. It is a hotel rich with Cambodian history. It also has many original pieces of furniture. Even the cage elevator in the lobby is original. Moreover, the uniform worn by the doorman is a replica of that used in the Royal Palace.
The hotel offers a variety of dining options. Enjoy Raffles Afternoon Tea and watch Siem Reap's popular cultural dance show. You can also have dinners in the gardens by the pool. Golf enthusiasts can also enjoy several internationally-renowned golf courses. You can choose from a variety of golf packages. Besides, the sister hotel Raffles Hotel Le Royal, is in Phnom Penh and has been around since 1929.
The hotel offers 15 acres of French gardens and Cambodia's biggest swimming pool. It provides a relaxing retreat. Relax and enjoy a spa massage under the frangipani-scented trees by the pool. After a calming walk by the river, you can also visit lively markets with many restaurants. Raffles Hotel d'Angkor also has some of the finest two-bedroom villas in Siem Reap. These Villas offer privacy, butler service, and a private poolside setting.
This hotel offers a relaxing retreat with its 15 acres of French gardens in a giant swimming pool in Cambodia. Relax and enjoy a spa massage under the frangipani-scented trees by the pool. After relaxing by the river, you can explore vibrant markets with various restaurants. The main building is French art deco with French colonial architecture.
Grand d'Angkor is one of the most important landmarks in Siem Reap. The location is Khum, 1 Vithei, Charles De Gaulle, 17251, Cambodia. It is halfway between the Angkor Archaeological Park and downtown, in the French Quarter. It faces the Royal Gardens and is close to the Siem Reap River. Besides, from the airport, you can fly by helicopter to your hotel. The flight offers temple views.
One of the best hotels in Siem Reap. The service here is professional, uniform, and prompt. Expect old-world elegance and friendly hotel staff. The facilities are also excellent and straightforward. The recently restored 33-meter pool is one of Cambodia's most significant. The hotel has a fully-equipped fitness center and spa with six treatment rooms. There are also cooking lessons for guests with a trip to the local market.
The Apsara shows are the best classical dances. You can watch them while enjoying a delicious Cambodian dinner and buffet. Monks will also perform an early morning blessing. In addition, guests can join a class to learn how to fold lotus flowers. They can also take a master class to make Singapore Slings. A Vespa excursion to the Angkor Monuments is also available. The hotel also offers a curated shopping trip. You can ride in a tuk-tuk and visit local artists' workshops. Grand D'Angkor is also free of plastic bottles, thanks to its bottling facility. All room amenities and toiletries are biodegradable.
The 119 guest rooms, suites, and villas are all perfect. They are spacious and have a lot of character. The rooms have dark wood floors and historic wall prints. In addition, they offer fake antique furniture such as old-fashioned desk lamps and big cozy beds. Moreover, orchids add a lovely touch. The room has air conditioning, old-looking ceiling lights, a safe, a coffee maker, a minibar, and more. The bathrooms are modern, bright, and clean and have Italian marble tiles. They also feature large walk-in rain showers. On some balconies, candlelight dinners can be set up.
Restaurant 1932 is a favorite spot for hotel guests and locals. They serve Khmer-inspired dishes. There are also innovative takes on traditional Khmer recipes. The banana flower salad is a great starter, which includes smoked chicken and fish. The steamed Duck with local spices wrapped in lotus leaves is also a great main dish.
Cafe d'Angkor in a light air-conditioned area is a less formal option. If the weather isn't too wet or humid, guests can enjoy various Asian and Western food on the terrace. The terrace overlooks the pools. The Conservatory also offers a view of the pool and serves afternoon tea. They also do breakfast options like yogurt, smoothies, and fruit juices.
Elephant Bar is an atmospheric bar with an extensive wine list. The Culinary garden is where herbs and fruit for cooking are grown. They also use it to host weddings and events.
You will find Apsara Terrace within the tranquil gardens. The Cambodian border stones have wooden gates at the entrance, which look majestic. There is also a magnificent show with Cambodian dance performances.
Restaurants are open at lunch and for dinner. Moreover, you will find Asian and continental dishes created by chefs. These combine the best of both worlds. You can also enjoy alfresco seating on the terrace overlooking the swimming pool. Or, relax in the cafe.
Enjoy afternoon tea in the colonial style, with a view of the gardens and pool. The pianist will accompany you as you enjoy an aperitif or cocktail in the evening.
This is the most famous bar in Siem Reap. Airavata is the signature cocktail of Raffles Hotel Grand Angkor. It's a tasty blend of coconut passion, lime, and pineapple.
Babysitters are available at the hotel. The swimming pool will also be a big hit with children. Besides, parents can drop their kids off at Sugar Palm Club during high season.
This hotel is very close to the Angkor Wat Temple Complex. It offers a fantastic experience for travelers. Expect elegant colonial architecture and impeccable service and amenities. Raffles Grand Hotel D Angkor exudes a timeless charm. Book your stay and enjoy the Raffles suite experience.
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