Last month when I was in Siem Reap, Cambodia I was invited to stay at the beautiful Tresor D’ Angkor Suite, and boy, what a great time it was! Here is an account of my personal experience there:
After a $3 tuk-tuk ride, I was absolutely stunned when I arrived to the site. My friends and I were personally greeted by the social media manager and the hotel staff were incredibly kind and personable. The grounds were very pristine and the architecture gave off a modern vibe. The onsite manager told me that the building were newly constructed, which would explain why they were so striking.
The rooms were amazing as well, featuring an expansive bathroom, king size bed and elegant furnishings. The shower head was absolutely divine (definitely the best showers I had during my time in Asia) and the bathroom also possessed the only bathtub I had seen for months. The bed was almost too comfortable and my friends had to jostle me awake for a few of our early morning Angkor Wat days. Each room also has a sophisticated temperature control unit which was much appreciated during those hot Cambodian days.
But the nicest feature of the hotel in my opinion are the facilities available for use. This includes the pool, the sauna, the spa and the overall hotel grounds. Everything was really well kept and functional. Since we were a good distance away from all the tourist ‘action’, at night, the scene was peaceful and quiet; a stark contrast to my experience in downtown Siem Reap.
On our final day at Tresor D’ Angkor, we were invited to a lunch organized at the onsite restaurant. There, we met with a few other travel bloggers who were also staying there and were served some tasty local dishes including Amok and Mango Puree. Great conversation was had and connections were made.
Overall, I would highly recommend Tresor D’ Angkor Suites to anybody looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Siem Reap and the Pub Street craze. My sincerest thanks go out to the staff and managers for the opportunity to write about my experience. This is my first review as a travel writer and I hope to do much more in the future!