Lodges near Angkor

Benefits for hotel website booking:

  • Check in: 12.00 (noon) / Check out: 02.00 pm
  • Express check in
  • Welcome drink with cold towels on arrival
  • Mini bar
  • Complimentary poolside treat
  • International breakfast
  • High speed WIFI in the hotel
  • Complimentary shoe cleaning service and clothes ironing service
  • Nightly turndown service (romantic turn down will be offered to honeymooners)
  • Complimentary early check in and late check out, subject to availability

7 – Bram pi / The house with grey shutters

Suite Lodge – One bedroom

Historic:

Situated a stone’s throw from the swimming pool and open-air lounge, house No. 7, ” Bram pi” in Khmer, constitutes an ideal refuge for guests wanting to enjoy a verdant and peaceful environment.

Built in 1983, this house is from Wat Svay, a village in Salakamroeuk, the same commune as Sala Lodges. It was owned by Dara Sin, a 49-year-old soldier and his wife Kimouch Seng, a gold retailer. It was reconstructed on the site in June 2012.

Endowed with a terrace of 24.5 m2, this low-lying house enjoys a magnificent view of the rice paddies and the setting sun. The light and airy bathroom measuring 9.5 m2 is equipped with a rain shower.

Description:

Two adults and a child below 12 years old can sleep in this room, in a double bed and an extra bed*.

The bedroom of approximately 41.5 m2 is decorated in shades of turquoises and whites with patinated furniture from India, a country which has had a strong influence on Khmer culture. At the time of its construction in the XIIth century, the famous temple Angkor Wat was initially consecrated to the Hindu god Vishnu before being dedicated to Buddhism towards the XVIth century. The Khmer language contains many words with their origin in Sanskrit.

There is a no smoking policy in all houses.