Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Siem Reap renovated

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Siem Reap announced the completion of the refurbishment and upgrading of its two enormous private villas.

Named Villa Uma and Villa Kama, the two-bedroom villas offer accommodation which includes a drawing room and dining area, butler’s kitchen, wine cellar and private terraces with sundeck chairs, day beds and private access to the largest swimming pool in Cambodia. All the rooms are decorated with original Angkorian artifacts, antique furniture, Persian-style carpets and wooden floors.

The rooms may also be used for small high-level meetings, or accommodation for senior management.

Additional villa services include a complimentary Apple Macbook for use during stay with complimentary high speed Internet, fully stocked Resident Bar and pantry, espresso machine, flat screen TV with satellite channels, DVD player, BOSE surround sound system with an iPod music collection, Playstation, a library, and the 24-hour Raffles Butlers service.

Villa guests also enjoy complimentary airport transfers, express check in and out, cold towels and mocktails upon arrival, welcome fruit basket and a bottle of Champagne, daily Champagne breakfast, daily one-hour massage treatments per couple and one complimentary Khmer cooking class with a private chef, held in the kitchen of the Villa.

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor originally opened in 1932 and, along with sister hotel Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh, are the only two luxury hotels in Cambodia which pre-date the civil war and Khmer Rouge era.

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