Cambodia - Siem Reap
About the Hotel
Once a residence for guests of King Sihanouk, Amansara is a masterpiece of 1960’s New Khmer architecture just ten minutes from the entrance to Cambodia’s Angkor Wat Unesco World Heritage Site. Set in spiritual Siem Reap, Amansara's manicured gardens, a tranquil spa, curvilinear pool and canopy of mature trees add to tangible tranquillity that inspired its name – ‘heavenly peace’.
About the Rooms
Set in culturally rich Siem Reap, Amansara’s Suites offer a combined bedroom and living area which steps down into a light-filled bathroom with an island bathtub. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open to a private garden courtyard with sun loungers, a reflection pond and, in 12 suites, a private plunge pool. Sandstone reliefs reference the famed ruins of Angkor temples just minutes away.
Whether savouring authentic Khmer cuisine in the Restaurant with its lofty rotunda, breakfasting on the deck of a village house amidst the temples, or sipping a cocktail on the rooftop terrace, Amansara offers both guests and non-residents one-of-a-kind dining experiences revealing Cambodia’s multifaceted culinary heritage.
About Facilities and Recreation
Flanked by a tranquil reflecting pond and a 43-metre bas relief inspired by Angkor, the pathway to the Aman Spa is a journey into an environment of restorative calm. Here, time slows down, all is still, and the air is laced with the scents of fragrant fruits and flowers. Delivered across four treatment rooms, the menu of therapies interweaves Khmer healing traditions with Aman’s own organic blends, soothing mind and body, while Amansara’s programme of yoga, movement and meditation elevates the spirit.