Be the only One in Siem Reap

If you are looking for something exclusive, you can be the only one in Siem Reap’s The One Hotel Angkor. For $250 you will never wait in line for check-in or check-out and you will never have to complain about noisy hotel guests. Why not? Because you will be the only guest in this one room hotel. And the personalized service of course can’t be beat as these guests testify to:

“Robert Menchavez Manuel, originally from Manila but now a bank vice president in San Francisco, travels twice a month and usually stays at five-star hotels. But he and his partner tried One in March, on their first visit to Cambodia. “We were attracted to the personalized service,” he says, “and the notion that we would be the only guests.”

“Repeat visitors such as Scott Davis of Hong Kong stay in five-star hotels for business but feel that One’s service is better. “If I asked for anything, like where to buy a map or bug spray, staff did not just point me in the right direction,” he says. “They actually walked me to the store and, in some cases, took me there on the back of a motorcycle and helped me find what I was looking for.” Good service may not be so hard to provide, though, when there’s only one room but four employees.

(If you are planning a trip to Angkor Wat please check out Savuth’s tuk tuk transportation services at

~ by Leonard on July 22, 2008.

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