La Niche d'Angkor Hotel, Siem Reap - review by Rusty Compass
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La Niche d'Angkor Hotel, Siem Reap

| 26 Dec 2012

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La Niche d'Angkor Hotel, Siem Reap
Wat Bo Road, Wat Bo Village, Salakamroeuk Commune, Siem Reap
+855-63 968 978

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Price guide: From around $US50

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26 Dec 2012

La Niche d'Angkor is a cosy 36 room, locally owned, boutique style hotel in a central Siem Reap location.

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Location

Well located in a quiet street off Wat Bo Rd 10 minutes on foot to the Old Market and 15 - 20 minutes by Tuk Tuk to the temples.

Review

Travellers to Siem Reap have plenty of hotels to choose from but La Niche d'Angkor is one of few in the $50 price range (what Rusty Compass categorises as "Traveller" hotels) combining location, tasteful decoration, good staff and good facilities.

La Niche d'Angkor is Khmer owned with rooms across 2 floors built around around a pool garden. There's plenty of greenery, the setting is quiet and the pool is popular with travellers taking a break between temple jaunts.

Try and book a room by the pool.

During our stay, there were persistent problems with wifi that management promised they were remedying. The pool was sometimes on the milky side (a common problem with hotel pools in Cambodia) suggesting the chemicals may have been overdone.

Staff were great and the place has a cosy, friendly atmosphere.


Brief
Pool, free wifi (intermittent), breakfast.

Mark Bowyer
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