This legendary hotel is the top choice for lovers of history and the finer things in life.
Since 1932 this sumptuous hotel has been welcoming luxury travelers to the Angkor Wat temples. It has been impeccably restored with the addition of tasteful details inspired by Khmer art and design. In the guest rooms, suites and villas, some of the Cambodian objects d’art date back to the hotel's original days, and all have colonial-inspired furnishings, polished wood floors, ceiling fans, handmade silk bathrobes, and modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs, large desks, safes and coffee makers. Raffles Butler Service is available for those who want to indulge, and Personality Suites are dedicated to individuals involved in the rediscovery and restoration of Angkor Wat.
For fine dining, Restaurant Le Grand specializes in Royal Khmer Cuisine, while the Wine Cellar allows for unique pairings with regional flavors. Café D'Angkor presents a daily Champagne breakfast, The Conservatory is a perfect spot for afternoon tea, and Apsara Terrace (surrounded by traditional Cambodian boundary stones) presents cultural dances in the evenings. Guests will want to spend at least one evening in the famed Elephant Bar, a clubby space where the menu includes the signature Airavata, a blend of rum and tropical fruit juices. Along with beauty and body treatments, the full spa offers saunas, steam rooms, a Jacuzzi and a fitness center. Meeting rooms are especially elegant, with their replicas of Khmer statuary, and weddings can include a monk's blessing in the hotel gardens.