Hotels in Cambodia
Hotels in Cambodia range from bare-bones guesthouses to five-star luxurious hotels and many options in-between. Even the most expensive Cambodian hotels are relatively inexpensive; many can be booked for under $100 a night, while budget accommodations can easily be found for less than $10 a night.
Some of the best hotels in Cambodia include Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Park Hyatt Siem Reap, and the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra, which is located in the heart of Phnom Penh’s historic old district, and boasts spacious rooms, multiple tennis courts, four-star restaurants, a swimming pool, full-service spa and fitness center. Travelers looking for a luxurious Cambodian hotels near Angkor Wat should consider the Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa. It is located near the Cambodian Cultural Village and boasts lush, verdant manicured grounds, a fitness center, outdoor pool, butler service and a hot tub and sauna.
Visitors traveling on a budget are in luck; there are a host of accommodations in Cambodia that won’t make much of a dent on the wallet, including the Blissful Guesthouse (located in the town of Kampot), Spring Park Hotel (located in Battambang) and Lotus Lodge (located near Angkor Wat).
The French colonial-era hotel, restored by Raffles International, is one of the most elegant places to stay in Southeast Asia. The restaurant is as fine as the hotel. Don’t miss the Jackie Kennedy–inspired Femme Fatale cocktail in the Elephant Bar.
Carefully restored French colonial retreat features a lap pool inspired by Angkor’s royal baths.
As the former guest villa of Cambodian royal King Norodom Sihanouk, this serene, all-suite retreat was once an oasis for luminaries including Jacqueline Kennedy, Charles de Gaulle, and Peter O’Toole.
The three-room property features work from local artists, such as sculptures made out of rattan, bamboo, and water hyacinth.
The hilltop hotel offers guests the opportunity to sleep in a thatched-roof villa overlooking the sea.
Siem Reap is no stranger to luxury. But the One Hotel Angkor is putting a modern spin on the concept with something the town has never seen before: a one-room hotel.
Best known for high-style urban hotels, Park Hyatt is now dipping into the resort world with its first property in Cambodia.
Stately property with 238 guest rooms, 5 restaurants, and its own off-site golf course.