Review: Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel, Siem Reap 24

After being threatened and scammed while crossing the border from Bangkok into Cambodia through Poipet border crossing. I simply can’t wait to get into my hotel room to have a good rest.


Was pleasantly surprised to see a welcoming entrance with the mystical sculpture on the both side, it was indeed like a retreat. I entered and placed my belongings in the sitting area before checking-in.


To my surprised, I was looking high and low for my mobile phone. Many thoughts were running through my head, and I was worried that I might have left my mobile phone in the taxi. I got the hotel reception to contact the taxi driver, while I search through my belongings. With a sigh of relief, I found my phone peeking through the side of my backpack pocket. I quickly checked into my hotel and was given my keys on the second floor of the hotel.


The hotel does not have a lift, which was fine with me, I took the stairs up to the 2nd floor and can’t wait to get into my room to rest. I opened the hotel room and was simply invited to 2 comfy beds.


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After a long sweaty day, I can’t wait to get a clean shower before heading to pub street. The toilet is brightly lighted with all the necessary amenities.

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Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel is located about 5 mins walk away from pub street which was super convenient, as I went to temple bar to watch the apsara dance that I mentioned in my previous post, A Must-Have Experience in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I bought a big jug of red bull vodka, and I didn’t expect the alcohol to be so strong. I was pretty tipsy and it took me less than 10 mins to walk back to my hotel.

The next morning, I was up early to have my breakfast at the hotel before I start exploring the beauty of Siem Reap.

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Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel is a 3.5 stars hotel that provides high-quality service, it is conveniently located near to pub street but not on pub street, which would be necessary to provide you with quality rest. It is a boutique-styled retreat with up to 36 rooms, and they provide connecting rooms if required. They provide free wifi and there are sufficient power plugs for all your gadgets. Dry cleaning services come at a cost/kg. Heading to Siem Reap soon? I would highly recommend you to check-in to Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel.

Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Disclaimer: Thank you, Nagara Angkor Boutique Hotel for hosting me for 3 nights in Siem Reap. As always, all opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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