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Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Siem Reap, Kingdom of CambodiaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Located in the heart of downtown Siem Reap and within close proximity to the UNESCO world heritage site, this unique hotel incorporates key aspects of Khmer architecture into its award-winning design.
Inspired by the nearby ancient Buddhist ruins, the Park Hyatt Siem Reap replicates the interior towers of Angkor Wat with a spacious dome-shaped ceiling and dramatic monochrome façade. Khmer-inspired contemporary art, wood floors and Italian marble lend a sophisticated residential feel. The 108 guestrooms feature burnished gold hues, that blend with the native motifs, marble bathrooms with double vanities and complimentary fruit bowls (replenished daily). The hotel's infinity-edged free form pool, surrounded by giant trees and green tiles, evokes the feeling of floating in a Southeast Asian lagoon. The pool is part of the tranquil spa oasis, which boasts over 2,000 square feet of space and offers holistic treatments along with al fresco rooftop yoga. The air of serenity continues at the property's elegant and warmly embellished dining spot. Open toward the courtyard around a 100-year old banyan tree, The Dining Room's Cambodian chef blends his indigenous home-style cooking with the fresh French Provençal approach. Menu items include traditional sour soups, zingy prahok-spiced salads and steamed fish with lemongrass and garlic.
Beloved among locals and visitors alike, stop by on-site Glasshouse Deli Patisserie for fresh baked pastries and on-the-go snacks as well as a scoop of homemade ice cream, which is arguably the best in town.
Who needs a personal trainer? The hotel's fitness center is equipped with a brigade of cutting-edge cardio and strength machines, which connect to the Internet (for music and TV streaming) and ensure correct posture and alignment while you work out.
Arrive at Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport (REP) which is approximately 7.5 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 to 20 minutes of travel time.Sivutha Boulevard, Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Free-form Pool
- Lap Pool
- Spa on property
- Relaxation Lounge
- Fitness Center
- Butler Services
- Concierge Services
- Private Gardens
- Private Pools (many)
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat-screen TVs
- Marble Bathrooms
- Welcome Fruits
- Mini Bars
- Nespresso Machines
- In-room Safes
- Bar + Lounge
- 24-hour in-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child under 12
- Welcome drink and fruit platter
- Breakfast for 2
Why We Love Siem Reap
Home to the renowned UNESCO heritage site of Angkor, the modern low-key town has quickly evolved to become a sought-after destination of Southeast Asia offering newly sophisticated shopping, stellar dining and nightlife options.
North of Old Market, Siem Reap.
Where to Drink: Conclude your day at laid-back Nest Angkor Bar. The funky-chic outdoor space centers around a landscaped exterior garden furnished with canopied loungers and Miami beds. Relax to the chill down-tempo RnB or soul tracks, while you sip on a signature Cambodge-tini made with vodka, martini and lychee liqueur. Drinks for two $20.
Sivatha Boulevard, Siem Reap.
Where to Shop: Spend an afternoon at the Old Market, which is an ever-changing treasure trove if you're looking for souvenirs. Shops and galleries sell high-quality Cambodian silks, wooden and silver ornaments, authentic spices as well as herbal soaps and toiletries made with all-natural ingredients. Tip: Haggling is an integral part of the experience; so don't be bashful.
Best Day Trip: Forego tuk-tuks and rent your own bike directly at the hotel or take part in a guided mountain bike tour at Angkor Archeological Park. Paths connecting the main temple sites crisscross the 155-square mile complex. It's fully worth getting up well before dawn to see the sun come up over the famed 12th-century ruins of Angkor Wat.
Why Go Now
April 13, 2014
Chaul Chnam Khmer
For three whole eventful days, you can witness Cambodians cleaning out their homes, exchanging presents and making offerings at Wats.
Across Siem Reap.
April 25, 2014
Giant Puppet Parade
A procession of giant puppet animals and deities make its way down along the peaceful Siem Reap River to raise money for local orphanages.
Downtown Siem Reap.
May 13, 2014
Visakha Puja (Buddha Day)
Cambodia celebrates the birth, enlightenment and parinibbana (passing) of Buddha. The activities that commemorate Buddha are best seen at Angkor Wat, where monks engage in candle-lit processions.
November 16 - 18, 2013
Water Festival (Bon Om Thook)
Marking the reversing flow of the Tonle Sap River, the festival ushers in the fishing season and culminates in boat races, an illuminated flotilla and massive fireworks upon nightfall.
Along the riverbanks of Siem Reap.