Sojourn Boutique Villas

Treak Village, just outside Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Sojourn Boutique Villas
Sojourn Boutique Villas
Sojourn Boutique Villas
Sojourn Boutique Villas
Sojourn Boutique Villas



From US120+ per night inclusive of transfers, breakfast and mini-bar

– Don’t miss a treatment (or three) in the brand new spa; in between let the lion fountain at the pool give your shoulders a massage.
– Pool has a sloped “beach” entrance, great for both kids and wheelchairs.
– Welcome drink and snack served in your room so you can relax; fragrant jasmine bracelet gift too

– Bathrooms could use a few more towel hooks (which, I learned upon checking out, were just waiting to be installed)


+855 12 923 437


Johanna ReadJohanna Read
Contributing Editor

The Australian family that owns Sojourn Boutique Villas knows hotels and they’ve designed their new villa resort accordingly.

The villas are spacious and comfortable, the beautiful gardens and pool have the right mix of shade and sun, the spa is top notch, and the food is excellent (they also have one of the best cooking schools in Siem Reap). Best of all are the staff — friendly, professional and willing and able to make human connections with guests.

Located a few kilometers outside of Siem Reap in a real Khmer village, this five-year-old property boasts 11 rooms. Nine are in individual villas (some with both outdoor and indoor showers) that surround the free form pool with swim-up bar. Every day fresh blossoms from the gardens are placed to brighten up your spacious room.

By staying here you help improve Cambodia: I was really impressed with the incredible amount Sojourn does to help people in local villages, buy from local businesses, and support the rebuilding of the country. Sojourn also practices Australian-grade fair labour practices such as providing maternity leave to staff.