Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

Located in the heart of Siem Reap, in the Old French Quarter only 8 kilometers from the extraordinary Angkor Wat temple complex, Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor is the ideal place to explore the spiritual and archaeological masterwork. The hotel epitomizes Cambodian charm and elegance. Each room is tastefully designed with Art Deco country style furnishings and Cambodian object d'art, reflecting the period architecture of the building and the long heritage of impeccable service. Indulge your appetite from a wide range of fine dining choices; exotic Khmer cuisine at the Restaurant Le Grand, or fine wine, champagne, and cocktails at the Elephant Bar. For a one-of-a-kind, simply unforgettable dining experience, they can also arrange private dining at one of the magnificent temples of Angkor. Relax and revitalize beside a magnificent pool inspired by Angkorian architecture or take a short stroll along the riverside to discover the vibrant local markets.

  • Landmark RoomLandmark Room
Landmark Room

Landmark Rooms, located in the Main Building, are furnished with a luxurious blend of Cambodian and Art Deco themes. Decorated with memorabilia and artifacts reminiscent of the Golden Age of Travel, the Angkorian ambience is completed with high ceilings, wooden floors, marble bathrooms, and crafted four-poster beds. Rooms feature a balcony and look out onto the pool or the Royal Crusade for Independence Gardens - the hotel's 60,000 square meters of lush, landscaped French gardens.

  • State RoomState Room
State Room

Located in the extended wing, State Rooms are a blend of colonial charm and modern comfort. With a choice of king or twin beds, all rooms are beautifully appointed with air-conditioning, overhead fans, and windows that open to let in the air and the atmosphere. Some State Rooms have balconies overlooking the gardens or swimming pool, while others have a daybed for relaxation. All State Rooms feature a separate bathtub and shower.

  • Personality SuitePersonality Suite
Personality Suite

Personality Suites take their inspiration from people who have been closely associated with Angkor. Located in the center of the main building, each is fitted with a claw-foot bathtub and a relaxing day bed on the balcony which overlooks the magnificent pool, modeled after the Angkorian Royal bathing pond.

  • Cabana Suite Cabana Suite
Cabana Suite

Cabana Suites are located on the ground floor of the extended wing. Each is carefully decorated in French-Indochina style, while retaining the hotel's original character and charm by using local accents, such as custom-made Cambodian linens with silks and leather furnishings. Perfect for both business and pleasure, each Cabana Suite has twin bathrooms, a living area which can be separated by curtains, and direct pool access. The private terraces have day beds and loungers for relaxation, making it an ideal spot for breakfast or a romantic dinner.

  • Colonial SuiteColonial Suite
Colonial Suite

True to the hotel’s original character, the 48 square meter Colonial Suites are decorated with wood paneling and custom-made Cambodian silks evoking timeless French Colonial and Khmer charm. Each features a walk-in wardrobe, separate sitting area, and vintage furnishing with beautiful French doors leading to the spacious balcony with views of the herb and spice garden.

  • Landmark RoomLandmark Room
Landmark Room (3/2)

Landmark Rooms, located in the Main Building, are furnished with a luxurious blend of Cambodian and Art Deco themes. Decorated with memorabilia and artifacts reminiscent of the Golden Age of Travel, the Angkorian ambience is completed with high ceilings, wooden floors, marble bathrooms, and crafted four-poster beds. Rooms feature a balcony and look out onto the pool or the Royal Crusade for Independence Gardens - the hotel's 60,000 square meters of lush, landscaped French gardens.

  • State RoomState Room
State Room (3/2)

Located in the extended wing, State Rooms are a blend of colonial charm and modern comfort. With a choice of king or twin beds, all rooms are beautifully appointed with air-conditioning, overhead fans, and windows that open to let in the air and the atmosphere. Some State Rooms have balconies overlooking the gardens or swimming pool, while others have a daybed for relaxation. All State Rooms feature a separate bathtub and shower.

  • Café d'AngkorCafé d'Angkor
Café d'Angkor

Home to the signature daily champagne breakfast, the café is open for lunch and dinner with Asian and Continental dishes. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio overlooking the pool or relax indoors in air-conditioned comfort.

  • Elephant BarElephant Bar
Elephant Bar

Siem Reap’s most celebrated bar. No visit to Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor would be complete without the famous signature cocktail, Airavata, a delicious blend of rum, coconut passion, lime juice, crème de banana and pineapple and coconut juice.

  • Poolside TerracePoolside Terrace
Poolside Terrace

Surrounded by fragrant Frangipani trees, this is the perfect spot for light meals in the day or cocktails by the pool. The menu also features a selection of Raffles Spa dishes for the more health conscious.

  • Restaurant Le GrandRestaurant Le Grand
Restaurant Le Grand

The restaurant showcases Royal Khmer cuisine and Western fine dining. The ancient Royal Khmer cuisine has been handed down over centuries by the chefs of the Royal Palace. The finest ingredients are carefully blended to create a distinct, exhilarating and elegant gastronomic experience. It is an exceptional, magical, memorable place - timeless yet completely of its time. The new wine cellar showcases one of the finest wine selections in Asia with the choice of more than 400 wines from around the world.

  • Apsara TerraceApsara Terrace
Apsara Terrace

Situated in the serene gardens and surrounded by traditional Cambodian boundary stones with majestic wooden gates at the entrance, the Apsara Terrace is a 'must-do' experience in Cambodia. Enjoy a majestic performance with Cambodian dances and Khmer martial art with a selection of pan-Asian barbeque cuisine. This distinctive Cambodian venue is very versatile – for parties, barbecues and pre-dinner cocktails.

  • The ConservatoryThe Conservatory
The Conservatory

The Conservatory is a wonderful colonial atmosphere overlooking the pool and gardens, best known for the traditional afternoon tea. Enjoy an evening cocktail or aperitif accompanied by the talented pianist.

  • Raffles Spa Raffles Spa
Raffles Spa

This secluded space features exclusive rejuvenating treatments and combines the best of Western technologies and Eastern therapies to balance your energies and re-center your life. Beside the full range of massage, body, facial, eye, and water therapies, a range of Cambodian treatments are available for guests to explore the ancient Khmer rituals. Treat yourself to a little indulgence at the spa after exploring the temples of Angkor.

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