In Cambodia’s untouched Koh Rong Archipelago, two pristine islands lie side by side. They are known locally as Song Saa – Khmer for ‘The Sweethearts’.
The Song Saa Private Island is as seductive as the name implies.
Designed by a protege of Vann Molyvann, Cambodia’s principal architect, these Corbusier inspired bungalows signal the re-gentrification of Kep.
Renovated from a French colonial-era villa, the FCC Hotel Phnom Penh offers spacious, comfortable rooms overlooking the Mekong River to the east and the National Museum to the west.
Raffles Hotel Le Royal is the premier hotel in Phnom Penh, a hotel with rare attributes of history and style. It was first established in 1929, and in its early days, had a diverse international clientele comprising of backpackers, writers, journalists and distinguished royalty.
An intimate Orient-Express hotel on the banks of Siem Reap’s tree-lined river, La Résidence d’Angkor is built in natural woods in traditional Khmer style.
Set in a lush garden enclosure, Amansara glows with the nuances of its sixties conception; commissioned by Norodum Sihanouk in 1962, it is, today, a peaceful contemporary and warm sanctuary, a mere remork and driver ride from an ancient civilisation gripped in the roots of the jungle and in the minds of those it touches, Angkor.
Simplicity and tradition combine with modern influences to make Heritage Suites Hotel a place where past and present subtly blend into a harmony of colours, materials and open spaces.
Hôtel de la Paix is Siem Reap´s most stylish contemporary hotel fusing ancient Khmer influences with modern art deco design and offering guests an outstanding level of service, luxury and world class dining and spa facilities.