If there’s any place in Siem Reap where colonial interiors can be described as colorful elegance, that place is Angkor Pearl. Right from the lobby, you’ll get a sense of distinction that’s rather characteristic to Phnom Penh: owners don’t emphasize on their services and basic facilities; instead, they consider such things implicit and focus on stylish details.
Rooms have identity and render a special atmosphere, with beautifully integrated decorations. Needless to say, the beds are comfortable and bathrooms are spotless clean. Considering the prices, Angkor Pearl is one of the best solutions in this part of the country of middle-range tourists with a taste for luxury.
Even so, when it comes to specific services, opinions differ. Here’s how:
- Colonial setting with light touch of Khmer style;
- Good services overall and very friendly staff;
- Simple, straightforward booking procedures;
- Willingness to adapt to their clients’ needs.
- No air conditioning in the restaurant;
- Limited breakfast options if you stay for more than five days;
- Rooms facing the street are noisy;
- No glasses in the bathroom.