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|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Food was delicious and good value too."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Great breakfast with a French flair"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"The gym equipment is quite dated."||(in 2 reviews)|
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very nice courteous, comfortable and relaxing ambience.
there is nothing to dislike, just enjoy and relax.
Apart from its excellent facilities, what makes it great was the service delivery by all the staff in the hotel . They take pride and seem to enjoy their work very much . All guests were treated with such importance and they were readily available to assist in any manner . My only regret was not able to stay longer at this hotel . I will definitely choose this property as my next visit to Siem Reap .
Outstanding service. The team took care of all our site seeing needs, arranged excellent guides and every request handled with care. The hotel is beautiful with a lovely pool and Men’s spa. After a long day of visiting temples we often had dinner at the hotel. The menu changes daily and we enjoyed our meals by the pool. The charming boutique hotel for men is the best place to stay in Siem Reap. It’s our second visit.
This hotel alone is worth the trip to Siem Reap. The staff were friendly and helpful and Pierre was present on my arrival to welcome me. It was a quiet hotel tucked not far away from the centre. I walked to the old market and beyond and back and it took about 15-20 minutes. Definitely easy walking distance. There were tuk tuks outside too. Arrangements for seeing the temples were made by the hotel. I only managed one temple per morning as the afternoons were simply too hot. The hotel pool was a wonderful oasis after a morning’s excursion. One side was sunny, the other shady. Perfect! I had dinner on three occasions at the hotel: very reasonably priced and very decent too with a daily changing menu. I worked out at the gym each day, perfectly adequate for a small hotel gym. There is a big gym nearby. My tips for visiting the temples: 1. Go early to avoid the tour groups 2. Bring a mask as the roads and the sites are dusty. The tuk tuks are very bumpy and won’t suit fragile backs. 3. I believe most groups start at Angkor Wat, then they head to Angkor Thom then on to Ta Prom. Start at Ta Prom or start at Angkor Thom for peace and quiet. 4. Your shoes will be caked with red dust by the end of the tour and will need cleaning with water. I can’t wait to return! I found my fellow guests very amiable.
There was nothing not to like!
everything was nice..
Nothing everything was good
When you stay at MEN's Resort & Spa - Caters to Gay Men in Siem Reap, you'll be near the airport, a 4-minute drive from Royal Garden and 9 minutes from Pub Street. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
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- Good management
- Clean hotel facilities
- Great menu
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Most popular landmarks
- Royal Garden 0,7 km
- Angkor National Museum 0,8 km
- Angkor Shopping Center 0,9 km
- Lucky Mall 1,2 km
- Angkor Trade Center 1,4 km
- Pub Street 1,5 km
|Siem Reap||7,8 km|