Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor

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2021 Historic Hotels Worldwide Awards of Excellence Nominee Finalist
Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor opened in 1932 to accommodate tourists traveling to the Angkor Wat temple, which is now part of a famous UNESCO World Heritage site. Named for the capital city of the historic Khmer Empire, the Grand Hotel d’Angkor displays timeless architectural designs of ancient Khmer culture throughout its entire structure. When the hotel debuted in the 1930s, many considered it advanced for its time. The first iteration of the Grand Hotel d’Angkor featured 40 rooms, complete with indoor plumbing and private bathrooms. Tourists today still travel in the thousands to see the sights of the region, especially the Angkor Wat temple and the greater Angkor Archeological Park in which it resides. Guests also may choose to visit any of the nearby floating villages, namely Kampong Phluk, for a boat trip down the local waterways. The Angkor National Museum is also within 10 minutes of the hotel, as is the Tonle Sap Lake. And helicopter tours are available for those interested to see Angkor from the air.

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Explore the Royal Residence, the Angkor National Museum, and the world-famous Angkor War nearby.


Discover the 15 acres of beautifully-landscaped French gardens built around the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor’s iconic swimming pools.


Explore the world-renowned Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Experience a traditional Cambodian dance at the Aspara Terrace.


Taste the historic fare of Royal Khmer Cuisine at Restaurant Le Grand.

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