Prince d'Angkor

Siem Reap, Cambodia

The hotel

Sitting inside Siem Reap’s Old French Quarter, the Prince D’angkor Resort & Spa is just moments from shops, restaurants and markets, with the buzzing food and drink scene of Pub Street only 5-minutes walk away. It’s also close to the famous temples, with Angkor Wat and the Angkor Archaeological Park all within 30-minutes drive. There are plenty of ways be pampered at Prince D’Angkor Hotel & Spa, making it a welcoming place to return to after mornings spent at nearby attractions. There’s the spa, the fitness centre’s sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi, and the salon. But most head straight for the outdoor saltwater pool – the largest in Siem Reap – or to the piano bar for a spot of high tea, which comes with sweet and savoury treats. The location, right in Siem Reap’s Old French Quarter, means when evening draws in you can either tuck into the International and Cambodian buffet at the hotel restaurant, or head out to the bars and restaurants of Pub Street.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Families
  • Children's Pool
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Sitting inside Siem Reap’s Old French Quarter. Transfer time from Siem Reap Airport: 15 minutes.

Hotel information

195 rooms and suites. All with air-conditioning, LCD/plasma TV with DVD player, mini-bar*, tea/coffee maker and safe. Superior Rooms are traditionally designed and are in the front building with 1 double bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Rooms are in the main building and have a balcony with pool and garden views, with 1 double bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Champei Rooms are in the Wooden House with 3 floors (access to floors 2 and 3 by stairs only), a balcony or terrace, pool and garden views. Each room has 1 king-size and 2 single beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Blue Diamond Restaurant (International and Cambodian menu and buffets, lunch and dinner). Sapphire Piano Lounge. Poolside bar. Outdoor swimming pool (saltwater). Kids' pool. Outdoor Jacuzzi. Opal Spa*. L’Atelier Coiffure* (hairdressing salon). Fitness centre* (with sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi). Pool table*. 24-hour room service*.

*Denotes local charge.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lovely hotel

Aug 5, 2019 I3144QEchristines Adelaide, Australia

Stayed here for 4 nights. Whilst the staff are exceptional in their service the hotel itself is not up to four star standard. If you go with high expectations you will be disappointed. The hotel is very close to Pub Street and $2US for two people from the hotel in a tuk tuk if you don’t feel like walking. The mattress was very hard and after… Read more
Stayed here for 4 nights. Whilst the staff are exceptional in their service the hotel itself is not up to four star standard. If you go with high expectations you will be disappointed. The hotel is very close to Pub Street and $2US for two people from the hotel in a tuk tuk if you don’t feel like walking. The mattress was very hard and after four nights we were aching all over. The sheets were hotel quality but the towels for the pool were old and really need to be replaced. The hotel also caters mainly for bus loads of Chinese, although there is nothing wrong with this, they are very loud. We had a massage and the service was excellent, $40US for an hour back, head and shoulders. Overall we enjoyed our stay here and if ever in Siem Reap again would stay there again knowing all the down side. The pool area was beautiful and great escape from the busy streets of Siem Reap. Don’t let what I’ve said put you off by staying just be aware of the few things I didn’t like. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating So friendly and helpful!

Jul 20, 2019 CallumMackay1 Melbourne, Australia

My partner and I and another couple stayed at Prince D’Angkor for 6 nights in July and absolutely loved it. The staff were all very nice and would say hello to you at every opportunity. The hotel amenities were great and the piano bar in the foyer made those evening drinks extra special! Being so close to the centre of Siem Reap and Pub street,… Read more
My partner and I and another couple stayed at Prince D’Angkor for 6 nights in July and absolutely loved it. The staff were all very nice and would say hello to you at every opportunity. The hotel amenities were great and the piano bar in the foyer made those evening drinks extra special! Being so close to the centre of Siem Reap and Pub street, and also not far from the magnificent Angkor temples, this resort was the perfect option for us! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Average hotel - needs some upgrades

Jul 18, 2019 asw71 Adelaide, Australia

If you're not part of a Chinese tour group, you probably won't have a 5 star experience at this hotel. The entrance hall of this hotel is impressive however the rooms are a bit of a disappointment. Everything is dark wood which can make the room seem a bit bleak (understand this might be to some other's taste, but not ours). Some points for… Read more
If you're not part of a Chinese tour group, you probably won't have a 5 star experience at this hotel. The entrance hall of this hotel is impressive however the rooms are a bit of a disappointment. Everything is dark wood which can make the room seem a bit bleak (understand this might be to some other's taste, but not ours). Some points for consideration: 1. Our room smelt strongly of what we thought was cigarette smoke, despite being informed at check in that this is a non-smoking room. We asked one of the staff about it but they didn't understand and we discovered the source of the smell was a lit mosquito coil (the type you'd use outside) near the bed. We put it outside for the rest of our stay but the smokey smell remained. 2. On our first night the pool area was closed at 5pm for a "special event". This appeared to be some kind of party for a Chinese tour group. After dinner we came back to the room we could hear the guests singing karaoke loudly outside. This likely also disturbed other guests as the pool area is central. Other reviews seem to indicate the hotel runs these events every few days. 3. My partner saw a cockroach on a table with food at breakfast and a hair in his food during the buffet breakfast. It can get very busy with Chinese tour groups, likely eating before going out on their tours. Food is mostly geared towards Chinese tastes eg. custom Pho bowls, stir frys. There is a small selection of cereals and breads. The jam is served in bowls and there are plobs of butter in ice cubes (later water after this melts). 4. We ate lunch at the restaurant once and were the only 2 people there - much cheaper and better food options outside the hotel. Restaurant area only appears to be busy during breakfast (which is included in the room rate). 5. The power randomly went off on the room for approximately 5-10 minutes. 6. The air conditioner makes a horrible screaming noise when you turn it on after it has been off for a few hours (genuinely sounds like a loud ghostly scream) not a nice way to enter your room as the A/C turns on automatically when you put the key in. 7. Hotel phones weren't working so no easy way to contact reception 8. You need to pay $100US in cash upon check in - they don't accept card for some reason. It is annoying to have $100US at the end of a trip because we will lose money when transferred back into $AU. Every other hotel in the world accepts card for the deposit, but not here. 9. There appear to be lots of better hotels in the area for similar price. 10. Random junk (pictured) near the pool which we walked past to get to our room. Not a good look. 11. On the positive side the pool area is nice and location of the hotel is good - there is a convenience story across the road. Staff we had contact with appeared friendly. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Enjoyable despite issues

Jul 15, 2019 Sarah H Metro Manila, Philippines

Staff friendly. But forgot to pick us up from airport. Chose this place because of the adjoining rooms for our family but our early request was not granted. Too many events which are too loud and take away from guest facilities. We ate breakfast one morning in the backroom storeroom because all the restaurant tables were taken up by some visiting… Read more
Staff friendly. But forgot to pick us up from airport. Chose this place because of the adjoining rooms for our family but our early request was not granted. Too many events which are too loud and take away from guest facilities. We ate breakfast one morning in the backroom storeroom because all the restaurant tables were taken up by some visiting breakfast group. We should not to have to listen to some event loud music out our window if we are not invited. I would pay a lot more to have some peace and quiet. Rooms ok but decor a bit dated. The phones were not working so no easy access to call staff. Restaurant serves nice food and drinks. Very convenient location. We have enjoyed our stay here despite the issues. Nice pool, bar area, piano bar and entertainment. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Stock market conference

Jun 10, 2019 Frankwatkins2015 Perth, Australia

We were very happy with the conference in Siem Reap. The hotel was very good, rooms clean, staff very good, conference room facilities very good, etc. I couldnt fault anything, the internet worked as well as that third world country called Australia. (Obviously Telstra don't operate in Cambodia.) The temples, resuarants, night life were also very… Read more
We were very happy with the conference in Siem Reap. The hotel was very good, rooms clean, staff very good, conference room facilities very good, etc. I couldnt fault anything, the internet worked as well as that third world country called Australia. (Obviously Telstra don't operate in Cambodia.) The temples, resuarants, night life were also very good, everyone felt safe, unlike Kings Cross at 6.00 AM when all the crackheads are on the loose. The boys were very happy with fifty cent beers. All in all, a great choice and happy to recommend to anyone travelling that way. Read less