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WE LOVE THIS PLACE!!! We are currently in Vietnam and have been to Laos and had great hotels yet nothing comes even close to Pavillon! Between the several receptionists that greeted us everyday when we left and arrived back, booked activities and restaurants for us...More
We stayed here a few nights while visiting Siem Reap. The hotel is a real gem with lovely grounds, comfy rooms with balconies, two great salt water pools and a delicious breakfast. The staff was super helpful in arranging activities or transportation. There was also...More
This was our fifth stay here and I honestly cannot fault it at all. The staff are all so welcoming and friendly, the breakfast is fantastic (we love the Cambodian rice porridge), the spa is amazing and we love the convenience of having a tuk...More
This Boutique Hotel has an old colonial style and the resort reflects the ancient traditional Cambodian architecture. There are 4 mansions hidden in a lush tropical garden . There are 2 different salted water pools. To refresh in after busy days visiting the temples. There...More
The Pavillon d' Orient staff was very welcoming when we arrived after the restaurant was closed. They served dinner to those in our group who were hungry. The complimentary breakfasts were excellent and included made-to-order omelets. On the morning we left early for sunrise at...More
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Hello it wasn"t a free Tuk Tuk but was so FANTASTIC and CHEAP it may as well have been free Charles at the Hotel rang and the young man arrived he was fantastic tool my husband to look for fishing nets all over town.Next... More
Hello it wasn"t a free Tuk Tuk but was so FANTASTIC and CHEAP it may as well have been free Charles at the Hotel rang and the young man arrived he was fantastic tool my husband to look for fishing nets all over town.Next day took us to many places and when we paid him he almost kissed our feet
I think we paid him about $30 AUD was a fantastic day and $15 per person for us but he could probably live for months
Talk to Charles!!!