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The Grand Hotel d'Angkor is a historic luxury hotel located in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It opened in 1932, and is currently run by Fairmont Raffles Hotels International. The hotel was constructed to accommodate the influx of tourists arriving in Cambodia to visit the Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious complex, as well as many other temples and monuments in the area.
Very nice restaurant. Ceremonial dance group excellent. Very hot and humid outside dining. Varied grill and fresh food outside dining generally good.
Nice Colonial and historic hotel with a pretty interior and friendly staff. I discovered their subtle security team which keeps the place secure yet allows you to enjoy your time there.
Nice, well preserved historical building. Great pool and beautiful delicious food. Don't miss the Apsara dance at the Apsara Terrace restaurant!
Wow just went for the afternoon Khmer high tea. I was super impressed from the minite I stepped in the door. Offered a cool towel to wash my hands. The conservatory where the high tea is held is so luxurious. Beautiful furniture excellently trained staff. Glorious food and delicious Mumm champagne. Even to the elegant bathroom and the stunning Raffles decor I could not fault a second of my visit.
We decided to attend their "Apsara Dance" on friday 10 Aug which also promised a buffet dinner with barbeque. While the dances were quite ok and a nice treat to watch - everything else was terrible. The barbeque had almost nothing nice - now real seafood and even when we request the chef to barbeque us some sweet potatoes it was turned down as "it would take too long".... We ordered the Airwat signature cocktail (see picture) which was also disappointing. The food service was catered at the table while the performance was on and was not hot, quite tasteless and most guests like us ended up not eating much. Surprisingly you end up paying USD110+ for 2 people here at this show and dinner which is definitely NOT WORTH the money. So I recommend that you not waste your time here