There is a sense of cultural eclectic mix at Pavillion D’Indochine. Owners do their best to suggest colonial interior architecture and style and they succeed to a certain extent. The place is filled with local decorations, canopies, and Buddha statues, yet it renders the impression of a clean, almost minimalistic place.
If you step in the garden or in the restaurant, the setting becomes almost rural: a lot of vegetation and wooden furniture. Food here is great, and is mainly focused on Asian and Cambodian cuisines. Don’t miss their home-made yogurts.
The staff at Pavillon Incochine Hotel is eager to help and very well informed. If you take their suggestions into account, you can easily save a lot of time. The English-speaking guides they can hire for you are trustful and efficient.
The Good Parts
- Good location, regardless of what you want to do in Siem Reap;
- Clean rooms;
- Friendly staff;
- Good rates overall.
- Some bathrooms have mould; make sure to request a clean bathroom when you check in;
- Some accessories (e.g. towels) seem overused.