Victoria Angkor Resort, Siem Reap - review by Rusty Compass
Siem Reap | hotels guide

Independent reviews and recommendations by Rusty Compass. No advertorial, no paid placements and no sponsored content.

Victoria Angkor Resort, Siem Reap

| 02 Apr 2012
  • 18 of 19


Victoria Angkor Resort, Siem Reap
Central Park, 
Siem Reap, 
Kingdom of Cambodia
Tel: + 855 63 760 428


Price guide: From around US$150

Our rating
02 Apr 2012

A delightful French colonial style recreation right by the Raffles. While the Victoria may be a replica, it throws down a challenge to other deluxe hotels in town for style, atmosphere, facilities and value for money.

Note: The information provided in this review was correct at time of publishing but may change. For final clarification please check with the relevant service


Victoria Hotels are behind some great properties in Vietnam but this hotel in Siem Reap may well be the jewel in the crown. Great design and facilities, a perfect location and very sharp pricing make it a luxury great choice. The Victoria is the most price accessible deluxe property in our listing.

Cambodia,hotels,Siem Reap,Victoria D Angkor Resort and Spa
Photo: Mark BowyerVictoria D Angkor Resort and Spa, Siem Reap

Architecture, ambience and people

Creating a large colonial style property from scratch 5 decades after the end of empire was a big call that could have gone very wrong. Happily, it didn’t. The Victoria Angkor Siem Reap captures the best of the old world in style and atmosphere with plenty of modern amenities.

The airy lobby area gets things off to a good start with some lovely local decorative objects. Staff are relaxed, confident and friendly.

Cambodia,hotels,Siem Reap,Victoria D Angkor Resort and Spa
Photo: Mark BowyerVictoria D Angkor Resort and Spa, Siem Reap

The Victoria’s rooms feature timber floors and furnishings with bright fabrics and natural light. There are adjoining rooms for families. 

The spacious tropical garden courtyard at the hotel’s heart is where a generous pool, jacuzzi and massage pavilions are located.

Free wifi, pool, spa, gym and more

Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
Support Rusty Compass
Rusty Compass is an independent travel guide. We’re focused on providing you with quality, unbiased, travel information. That means we don't receive payments in exchange for listings and mostly pay our own way. We’d like tourism to be a positive economic, environmental and cultural force and we believe travellers deserve disclosure from publishers. Spread the word about Rusty Compass, and if you're in Saigon, pop in to The Old Compass Cafe and say hi. It’s our home right downtown on Pasteur St. You can also check out our unique tours of Ho Chi Minh City and Sydney at Make a financial contribution using the link below. Even small amounts make a difference. Thanks and travel well!

  • 18 of 19

There are no comments yet.