World's Best Hotels 2013

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Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out.

No. 35 Amansara Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Score: 94.18

Within a garden compound 10 minutes from the Angkor Wat temples, this former guesthouse for Cambodian king Norodom Sihanouk treats its visitors like royalty—the staff-to-guest ratio is about four to one. Half of the 24 stucco and timber suites surround a lush central courtyard; the other dozen feature private plunge pools. Our favorite amenity: guests coming back from the temples will find a personally drawn bath with floating lotus flowers.

World's Best Hotels 2013

No. 35 Amansara Siem Reap, Cambodia

Score: 94.18

Within a garden compound 10 minutes from the Angkor Wat temples, this former guesthouse for Cambodian king Norodom Sihanouk treats its visitors like royalty—the staff-to-guest ratio is about four to one. Half of the 24 stucco and timber suites surround a lush central courtyard; the other dozen feature private plunge pools. Our favorite amenity: guests coming back from the temples will find a personally drawn bath with floating lotus flowers.

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