Amansara

Amansara, the former guesthouse of King Sihanouk, is situated on the edge of Siem Reap just 10 minutes from the entrance to the Angkor UNESCO World Heritage Site. It derives its name from the twinning of two Sanskrit words – aman (peace) and apsara (the heavenly nymphs of ancient Hindu mythology). Set in a garden compound, the luxury Angkor Wat resort has the ambience of a private home and is the ideal base for travelers seeking to explore Khmer culture and the majestic ruins of Angkor. A variety of Cambodia temple excursions and cultural walks is available as part of the guest experience.

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Suite

Each Suite offers a combined sleeping and living area that contains a large writing desk and a king-size bed. Adjacent is a dressing area with hanging cupboards and drawers, a large sofa, and an informal dining table and chairs. Beyond, and leading down a few steps is the bathroom with floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto a light-filled garden featuring a cushioned banquette. The bathroom contains twin vanities with makeup mirrors, a large soaking tub, and a separate shower and toilet. Each suite is air-conditioned and offers Internet connections, ceiling fans, a telephone, room safe, and music system.

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Pool Suite

Each Pool Suite offers a combined sleeping and living area that contains a large writing desk and a king-size bed. Adjacent is a dressing area with hanging cupboards and drawers, a large sofa, and an informal dining table and chairs. Beyond, and leading down a few steps is the bathroom with floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto a light-filled garden featuring a cushioned banquette. The bathroom contains twin vanities with makeup mirrors, a large soaking tub, and a separate shower and toilet. Outside, you can enjoy your own private plunge pool. Each suite is air-conditioned and offers Internet connections, ceiling fans, a telephone, room safe, and music system.

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Dining

Located near the main swimming pool, the circular Dining Room with its soaring seven-meter ceiling and shaded terrace is the focal point of the property. The menu offers both traditional Khmer and Western cuisines and features the freshest of seasonal produce. The dining area also includes a walk-in wine and cheese cellar where guests can make their selection, and a casual lounging area where they can help themselves to home baked cakes on display. Guests can also dine poolside or in-suite. Every suite features a complimentary mini bar with a range of alcoholic beverages as well as alternative drinks and snacks.

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Amansara Spa

Providing a facility that opens a further expression of the ancient Khmer traditions guests absorb on daily treks to the vast ruins of Angkor, the Amansara Spa is accessed along a pathway paralleled by a long reflecting pool. The spa’s four treatment rooms are each equipped with a steam bath, shower, and music system. Baths, showers, a sound system, and massage and beauty treatments making use of traditional Cambodian techniques and natural products, combine to imbue the Amansara Spa with the peace of a tranquil refuge. The Spa’s menu and its treatments, in the Aman view, not only provide relief from the physical exertions of exploration but reflect holistic Khmer traditions readily discernible throughout Angkor’s great temple complex.

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