The Siem Reap Hostel is a clean and luxurious guesthouse, for travellers who want the comforts of a hotel, on the budget of a hostel. You will meet people from all over the world at the lively poolside bar and restaurant, or relax in one of the many gardens and chill-out zones at your own pace. We are only a 5 minute walk from all the action of the Old Market and Pub Street and a 20 minute cycle to the famous Angkor Wat temples.
Your choice of super clean private rooms or dock in to one of our mixed sex and female only dorm rooms. All rooms have air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and private balconies. The beds are equipped with lockers to secure your valuables.
After temple trekking, swimming and resting, you can unwind at the bar, play unlimited free pool, check out the book library, play free games Foosball or Giant Connect 4, get in to a board game, watch a free movie in the TV Room or Play.
Over the past week here in Siem Reap we have been spoilt for cultural events. First we were graced with a performance of Battambang’s renowned Cirque Du Cambodge, performing their “Phare” show. A night of acrobatics, tricks & laughs accompanied by an awesome band. A few nights later we were at the Angkor Children’s Hospital [...]
Rough Guides have had a poll on the friendliest people in the world. Guess where the Khmer people sit on the list? Check it out here: http://www.roughguides.com/gallery/the-friendliest-countries-in-the-world-as-chosen-by-you/#/0
Many of our guests consider volunteering whilst here in Siem Reap. There are some great organisations here doing some really good work. There are others unfortunately, that operate as a profitable business at the expense of the people they claim to be helping. We strongly suggest you do some research on the organisations you plan [...]
New Years Eve. Its always better in a foreign land, right? I’m sure many if not all our guests will agree. We had a great couple of days celebration. $1 dacquiris by the pool were the perfect warm up for what was to be a crazy NYE on Pub Street. Well Done to all our [...]
Wow. Gus & I have been here 3 months. And what a great 3 months it’s been. There was a lot for us to learn initially about how things work here in Cambodia. We’ve had some great events: regular pool parties, competitions on the pool table & most recently Xmas day lunch (which was an [...]