- Originally opened in the 1930s and was taken over by Raffles in 1997.
- 119 rooms and suited divided between two wings.
- One of the only hotels in Siem Reap which has tennis courts.
- Vast swimming pool.
- Old-world charm and grand impeccable service.
- The Performance House for exotic dinners accompanied by Cambodian cultural shows.
- The Raffles Amrita Spa offers carefully selected treatments and therapies from around the world with Khmer touches including a hydrotherapy room.
- Spacious poolside two-bedroom villas are also available, located in the inner gardens.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Exclusive to Scott Dunn and ideal for the whole family, this unique experience takes you through Angkor Thom on an adventurous photo scavenger hunt. You’ll have 11 different clues peppered across the ancient temples. Success will be awarded at the end!
Experience the majesty of Angkor Wat with a short sunrise tour, the best time to visit this ancient monument and one of Southeast Asia’s most important archaeological sites.
Spend a day with a specialist guide, Mr Khin Po Thai, one of the leading Cambodian experts on these mysterious ruins.
With your expert guide, explore the up and coming galleries and boutiques that pepper the streets of contemporary Siem Reap.
One of our favourite experiences in Siem Reap that gets you out to the Cambodian countryside to Beng Mealea, a sprawling jungle temple. Enjoy a delicious lunch before heading on to Banteay Srei temple which is made from beautiful red sand-stone.
A wonderful full-day tour that takes you out to the Cambodian countryside to Beng Mealea, a sprawling jungle temple. Enjoy a delicious lunch before heading on to Banteay Srei temple, a beautiful a mysterious red sand-stone temple.
Get a far more in-depth insight into Angkor with the German Apsara Conservation Project in this half-day tour, learning all about the extensive conservation work that takes place daily to restore and maintain the world’s most magnificent jungle temples.
Home to colourful floating villages and luminous mangroves, Tonlé Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and is just 45 minutes from Siem Reap. Spend time cruising the lake onboard a simple local boat, a perfect way to explore.
Despite having a relatively stable economy that has emerged from a turbulent past, Cambodia remains a very poor country. This is an opportunity to see examples of charity work that aims to help some of the county’s most vulnerable people.
Explore beyond the temples of Angkor and head into rural Cambodia outside of Siem Reap. Travel by tuk-tuk with self-taught photographer, Mr Kimleng, who will lead the way into luminous paddy fields and exuberant rural villages.
Explore the local culinary scene of Siem Reap on the back seat of an Italian Vespa in this lively and exciting evening experience.
Visit some of Angkor’s hidden temples on this afternoon hike through Angkor Archaeological Park. Starting at Angkor Thom follow the walls to pass through Angkor Krau. Through paddy fields you will end at Prasat Banteay Thom where sunset drinks await.
Quad bike through the countryside surrounding Siem Reap for an alternative view of Cambodia.
Grand Hotel d’Angkor first opened its doors in 1932, providing what was then considered to be “luxury” accommodation for the first wave of travellers coming to see the famous Angkor Temples. Reopened in 1997 after an extensive restoration by Raffles, the hotel now offers the splendour of a bygone era to a new wave of travellers exploring all that Siem Reap has to offer. Set in over 15 acres of beautifully-landscaped French gardens and built around its iconic swimming pools, the hotel provides a relaxing retreat from the temples and the bustling town of Siem Reap. Step back in time as you take the original timber elevator to your room. The hotel offers accommodation, services and facilities in a relaxed atmosphere with Cambodian hospitality and Angkorian charm.
Located in the best part of town, next to the Angkor National Museum and just a 15-minute drive from Siem Reap International Airport, it is only a short walk along the river to the town centre, with its vibrant markets and trendy restaurants and bars. For relaxation, the Raffles Amrita Spa combines Western technologies and Eastern therapies and is equipped with five private massage rooms, a state of the art gym and Jacuzzi, sauna and steam rooms. A highlight of the hotel is the stunning thirty-five meter lap pool in the hotel’s inner gardens.
The rooms are compact and faultless. Dark-wood floors, historic prints on the walls, immaculate antique furnishings including retro desk lamps and huge comfortable double or twin beds with views over the Royal Gardens or the pool make for a relaxing stay, helped along by all the expected modern facilities such as air-conditioning, a safe, minibar and coffee machine. There’s always fresh fruit and the orchids are a nice touch. The bathrooms are small but spotless.
State Rooms offer a blend of colonial charm and modern comfort. With a choice of king or twin beds, all rooms are beautifully appointed with air-conditioning, overhead fans and windows that open for fresh air. Some State Rooms have balconies overlooking our gardens or swimming pool, whilst others have a daybed for relaxation. All State Rooms feature a separate bathtub and shower.
Landmark Rooms, first designed in 1932, are decorated with memorabilia and artefacts reminiscent of the Golden Age of Travel. The Angkorian ambience is completed with high ceilings, wooden floors, historic marble bathrooms with shower/bath and hand crafted four-poster beds. Rooms feature a balcony with table and chairs that look out onto the pool, the Royal Gardens, or the hotel’s lush, landscaped gardens.
True to the hotel’s original character, these junior suites, are decorated with wood panelling and custom-made Cambodian silks evoking timeless French Colonial and Khmer charm. Each features a larger sitting area ,walk in wardrobe and bathroom with separate shower and bath. A spacious balcony has a table and chairs with views of the lush french gardens.
Four specially created Personality Suites take their inspiration from people who have been closely associated with Angkor. Located in the heritage building, each is fitted with a claw–foot bathtub, and a relaxing day bed on the oversized balcony which overlooks our magnificent pool.An exclusive collection of original memorabilia distinguishes each of these luxurious suites, making each truly unique experience.
Cabana Suites are our most romantic suites with a large private terrace, a day bed, a dining table and chairs perfect for breakfast or a romantic dinner. Each is tastefully decorated in French-Indochina style, whilst retaining the hotel’s original character and charm by using local accents, such as custom-made Cambodian linens, with silks and leather furnishings. Perfect for both business and pleasure, each Cabana Suite has twin bathrooms, a separate living area and the hotel pool is just steps away from the suite’s private terrace.
One Landmark Suite is located in the heritage building. The other is located in the extended wing and is ideal for families traveling with children, as it interconnects with a twin-bedded State Room. Both are furnished with a luxurious blend of Cambodian and Art Deco themes. The suites feature a separate living room and a private terrace which looks out onto the French gardens.
Two Bedroom Villa
For people seeking the most luxurious and private villas in Siem Reap. Located separate from the hotel with views of the swimming pool and garden, our Two-Bedroom Villas have been tastefully decorated with modern comforts so they feel like a home away from home.
The Restaurant Le Grand is one of the best places in town to sample Khmer cuisine, handed down from chefs who worked at the Royal Palace. The atmosphere is ‘almost formal’, but the Cafe d’Angkor, in a bright air-conditioned room, is a more casual option. If it’s not too hot or wet, guests can enjoy a wide variety of Asian and Western dishes – everything from local noodle dishes to gourmet burgers, on the patio overlooking the pool.
Traditional afternoon tea is served in The Conservatory, which also overlooks the pool and the garden. Breakfast is buffet-style, with sparkling wine and plenty of Western and Asian options including a great selection of yoghurts, smoothies and juices. The best place for a pre-dinner drink is the atmospheric Elephant Bar with its extensive wine list and humidor that might make guests think the French were still ruling Indochina.
Home to our signature champagne breakfast, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner with Asian and Continental dishes created to offer the best of both worlds. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio overlooking the pool or relax inside the sun-lit air-conditioned café. Picnic baskets and freshly baked goods are available to takeaway.
Restaurant Le Grand
The ancient Royal Khmer cuisine has been handed down over centuries by the chefs of the Royal Palace. The finest ingredients are carefully blended to create a distinct, exhilarating and elegant gastronomic experience. Our new wine cellar showcases one of the finest wine selections in Asia with the choice of more than 400 wines from around the world.
The Apsara Terrace
Situated in the serene gardens and surrounded by traditional Cambodian boundary stones with majestic wooden gates at the entrance, the Apsara Terrace is a ‘must-do’ experience in Cambodia. Enjoy a majestic performance with Cambodian dances and Khmer martial art with a selection of pan-Asian barbeque cuisine.
A wonderful colonial atmosphere overlooking the pool and gardens, best known for the traditional afternoon tea. Enjoy an evening cocktail or aperitif accompanied by our talented pianist.
Siem Reap’s most celebrated bar. No visit to Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor would be complete without our famous signature cocktail, Airavata, a delicious blend of rum, coconut passion, lime juice, crème de banana and pineapple & coconut juice.
Surrounded by fragrant Frangipani trees, this is the perfect spot for light meals in the day or cocktails by the pool. The menu also features a selection of Raffles Spa dishes for the more health conscious. Alternatively, our butler can arrange a candlelit dinner* à deux by the pool.
Service is formal, uniformed and very prompt without being intrusive. Facilities are straightforward and excellent — the pool is the largest in Cambodia. Guests can use a well-equipped gym and there’s a top-of-the-range spa with six treatment rooms. The Raffles Amrita Spa offers carefully selected treatments and therapies from around the world with Khmer touches including a hydrotherapy room. There is also a fitness centre offering among other things, Khmer dance classes, yoga, meditation and t’ai chi. There is also a well stocked library and map room, two tennis courts, a 35-metre swimming pool and a 60,000 square metre private landscaped garden rife with tropical plants and exotic birds. Once a week, there’s a wine and cheese workshop for budding sommeliers and the hotel also offers cooking classes to its guests.
While spending time at the spa, take time to renew your energy with a swim in our outdoor swimming pool.
Imagine a revitalising oasis, right in the heart of Siem Reap, where every element is carefully considered and authentic treatments offered with charming and graceful finishing touches. Connected to Cambodia and the world, we offer a range of traditional Khmer and modern treatments. Our Spa features male and female wet areas with saunas, steam rooms and a Jacuzzi as well as six comfortably appointed treatment rooms.