‘Riverside Location; Colonial Elegance’
Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra is a colonial style hotel situated by the river in the old quarter of the city. Set amidst landscaped gardens, this upscale hotel simply screams elegance. The rooms are designed to be comfortable yet chic and some include Club benefits such as evening wine tastings. The hotel features a swimming pool, fitness centre and tranquil spa, plus access to a sports club with tennis and squash courts. Dining at the hotel is a delight with live cooking stations and an array of Japanese, Chinese and Italian cuisines.
‘A Landmark Luxury Hotel’
Raffles Hotel Le Royal is situated in the heart of Phnom Penh and has long since been considered one of the premier hotels of the area. This luxury hotel offers a selection of elegant rooms and suites, complete with modern amenities. The hotel was established in 1929 and has welcomed a wildly diverse clientele, from writers to royalty. In terms of facilities, the hotel offers fine dining, bars, a spa, boutiques and a swimming pool among other facilities. In terms of location, there's nowhere more perfectly placed in Phnom Penh, with the exciting destinations biggest attractions right on your doorstep.
‘Private Island Resort with a Conscience’
Song Saa Private Island Resort is situated off the coast of Cambodia. Spanning two islands and surrounded by a marine reserve, this sustainable resort is perfect for romantic getaways – Song Saa translates as ‘sweethearts’. The resort features 24 private pool villas, built with reclaimed timbers, set either on the oceanfront, over the water or in the rainforest. The resort offers an ‘Always Included Rate’ which includes all meals and snacks as well as drinks and some excursions and water-sports. The resort has an overwater Cambodian restaurant serving authentic food whilst a beach bar will serve you tapas and pizzas. Dotted around the resort you will find the Song Saa Sanctuaries - abodes where relaxing treatments are offered. The resort is environmentally friendly and offers guests the chance to enjoy unspoilt rainforest and ocean.
‘Intimate Retreat in a Beautiful Setting’
Surrounded by peaceful gardens and built in traditional Khmer style, Belmond La Residence d’Angkor offers an authentic Cambodian experience in the centre of Siem Reap. Situated on the banks of a tree-lined river, from here you can explore the lively markets and ancient temples with ease. Upon your return you can relax beside the tranquil swimming pool or indulge in a treatment at the Kong Kea Spa. When dining you can choose from two restaurants serving international and Khmer cuisine with a contemporary twist. Elegant rooms and suites open out to private terraces where views of the pool, gardens and river can be admired.
‘A Former Royal Home in Siem Reap’
Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor is a vast, elegant hotel that is a former home of royalty. Situated in the Old French Quarter of Siem Reap, the hotel has an Art Deco charm and a grandeur that makes it a unique place to stay. Surrounded by 60,000sqm of landscaped gardens, this picturesque property is ideal for guests who want to kick back, relax and appreciate the finer things in life – one of which has to be the hotel's Restaurant Le Grand, a sumptuous haute dining experience that is definitely not to be missed. Location wise, you couldn’t do much better; at the heart of Siem Reap, it lies close to the amazing Angkor Wat Temple complex plus a whole host of other attractions.
‘Stunning Setting; Plunge Pool Villas’
Six Senses Krabey Island is set on a 30-acre tropical island, reachable from the mainland by speedboat. It features just 40 villas with each boasting an infinity plunge pool. For leisure there is a beach, swimming pool and spa, as well as boat excursions and water sports. For kids there is a dedicated club. Four restaurants and bars range from a treetop venue to a sunset cocktail bar.