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Historic Luxury Hotel

Historic Luxury Hotel

The iconic Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor has been voted the No. 2 hotel in Southeast Asia by readers of the industry-leading, U.S.-based travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler. The historic luxury hotel, situated on the doorstep of world-renowned ancient Khmer archeological sites in Cambodia, earned the recognition in the publication’s closely followed annual Readers’ Choice Awards, which were announced on 3rd October.


“The readers of Condé Nast Traveler are among the savviest on the planet. For them to name Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor one of the top hotels in Southeast Asia – a region full of remarkable hotels – is the ultimate validation,” General Manager Joseph Colina said. “We constantly strive to provide an unparalleled guest experience in a place of true splendour, and this recognition highlights that we are doing just that.”


Historic Luxury Hotel
The classic timber elevator.


Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor originally opened in 1932 and is considered a national treasure. It was originally built as a rest stop for archeologists and adventurers seeking to explore the ancient kingdom of Angkor Wat, which is today a popular UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The hotel recently launched exclusive new multi-course tasting menus at its celebrated Khmer fine-dining restaurant 1932, offering diners a tantalising introduction to the distinctive flavours of authentic Royal Khmer and modern Khmer gastronomy. The tasting menus are categorised by different historical eras and presented with optional wine pairings.


The hotel also introduced a new Champagne brunch served the first Sunday of each month.


Historic Luxury Hotel
The renowned Raffles Suite.


Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor emerged last year from an extensive renovation and pandemic-related closure. Nearly all of the hotel’s 119 guest rooms and suites were fully refurbished, many with all-new Italian tiling and fixtures in the bathrooms. One of the hotel’s most distinctive attributes – its classic metal and timber elevator in the lobby – remains, as does the vintage ambience of The Elephant Bar.


For more information and reservations, call +855 (0) 6396 – 3888 or email: bookus.siemreap@raffles.com.



Source: Balcony Media Group.

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