You may forget you’re in dusty Siem Reap, this hotel is so chic. Designed by award-winning architect Bill Bensley and re-opened in July 2013, the Park Hyatt is a true five-star where your stay will be personalised and extremely luxurious.
The hotel is stunning, with art installations and beautiful places to sit throughout. The reflecting pool is the centre of the hotel; you can admire the view from inside the restaurant or the pink Living Room bar, or from a couch or a swing table nearby. Either is perfect for sipping a cocktail or enjoying the treats that accompany your afternoon tea.
Your room, one of 104, is an oasis of calm and is kitted out with everything you can imagine needing or wanting. There are two pools to choose from, on two different floors — the saltwater lap pool and the infinity edge free-form pool — plus a beautiful spa and 24-hour fitness centre.
The Park Hyatt Siem Reap gives back too. They have a strong mission of social responsibility, including supporting two excellent local organisations — the Life and Hope Association and Everything’s Gonna Be Ok — which educate and empower young adults to break the cycle of poverty. They support other NGOs as well, including the Angkor Hospital for Children, the Cambodian Community Dream Organization, Eco Soap Bank, and Naga Earth.