La Résidence d'Angkor, A Belmond Hotel

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La Résidence d’Angkor,a Belmond Hotel was one of the first grand hotels to open in Siem Reap. Today, a short journey from Angkor Wat, the coveted riverside position puts guests in the heart of the city. Yet within the walls, this quiet oasis invites you to slow down. Savour this place. Step inside the hotel's discreet entrance, wander across a wooden bridge flanked by tropical flora and you’ll be welcomed with unerring grace.

Arranged around a beautiful courtyard, the hotel's suites are your personal haven. Indonesian teak, traditionally carved furnishings and jewel-toned silks pay homage to old-world Cambodia. Meanwhile, bespoke artworks by contemporary local artists adorn the walls. See something you like? A reproduction print makes a fitting souvenir. Recline on your private terrace for a moment of alfresco serenity. Breakfast here on local fruits as kaleidoscopic butterflies dance overhead or sip a refreshing sunset cocktail. After a day of adventure, this is the perfect welcome home.


With abundant gardens and a gently flowing river nearby, La Résidence d’Angkor, a Belmond hotel, is the ultimate escape. Guests feel as though they’re miles from anywhere. Yet with the cultural icons and hidden gems of Siem Reap close by, the hotel serves as the gateway to the beating heart of Cambodia.

Within a short journey, storied temples steal the spotlight. Navigate the trails that snake among the Angkor Archaeological Park; this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to more than 50 Buddhist and Hindu temples dating back to the 12th century. Soak up the atmosphere around Kandal Village, a small community with cafés and shops. Meander to Siem Reap’s vibrant Old Market. Discover floating villages and flooded forests as you sail Tonlé Sap. Cycle across emerald countryside or hike the sacred mountain range with expert guides. Come sundown, Siem Reap’s bars and Khmer restaurants come alive. After an evening at the celebrated Phare Cambodian Circus, strike up a conversation with locals and fellow travellers over a glass of sombai.

- Angkor Wat - 15-minute drive
- Phnom Penh - 40-minute flight
- Bangkok - 1-hour flight


Ember - restaurant

One of the region’s most ambient restaurants, Ember serves organic, international dishes with Asian flair. Try tequila lime ceviche and wok-fried noodles or tiramisu spiked with local sombai wine. Enjoy a poolside lunch or pull up a seat beside the open kitchen where chefs carefully craft dishes.

Circle - restaurant

Indulge in a gourmet breakfast and set yourself up for a day exploring the temples. Come evening, the Circle offers a dining experience like no other. Expert chefs pay homage to Khmer and Cambodian dishes – don’t miss the tuk-tuk that has been reincarnated as a salad station. Private dining can also be arranged on the garden terrace; rambling vines create a beguiling backdrop for romantic rendez-vous.

Martini Bar - bar

Gather in the indoor-outdoor Martini Bar for a sunset cocktail caressed by a balmy evening breeze. To the east, admire the hotel’s tropical gardens. Out west, the Siem Reap River threads across the city. Peruse an extensive menu featuring Asian-inspired cocktails, local beers, international wines and cigars before raising a toast to this adventure of a lifetime.

Wellness & Fitness - wellness

Fusing essences of locally-sourced organic plants and minerals with techniques honed over generations, Kong Kea Spa offers a wide range of treatments designed to enhance the mind, body and soul. Six soothing treatment rooms and a relaxation area are set around an indoor swimming pool. Separate his and her saunas and steam rooms and a Jacuzzi complete the revitalising scene. Yoga and meditation classes are available in the Yoga Garden.

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Experiences - activities

Flourishing between the 9th and 14th centuries, the Khmer Empire was once the most powerful ruling force in Southeast Asia, governing much of what today is Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and southern Vietnam. At its zenith, the imperial capital of Angkor was the world’s largest city. Historians estimate that it spread over a 1,000 square kilometres – close to the size of modern Los Angeles – and housed more than a million people. It was a place of music and dance, festivities and fireworks, horse racing and cock fights.

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Poolside Junior Suite

Located in the most tranquil area of the hotel with calming pool views, these rooms are a haven of peace.

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Garden Junior Suite

Overlooking the hotel's verdant gardens, step onto your terrace and feel at harmony with nature.

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Deluxe Studio Suite

Unwind in a spacious bedroom, luxurious lounge area and airy bathroom. Or head to the leafy green terrace, perfectly private for you.

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One Bedroom Poolside Suite

With each suite featuring a perfectly private terrace, these suites are the perfect spot for for cocktails after a day at the Angkor Temples.

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