Depends what you're looking for... my wife and I stayed at Green Park Village Guesthouse. It's a 10 minute remork ride from the city center. Simple, but clean with breakfast included for about $6 USD per night. It's in a more "real" part of Siem Reap with a large local market a couple minute walk away.
http://www.cascadianabroad.com/siem-reap/ 9 months agoAnswered by Cascadian Abroad via WorldNomads.com
Stayed at Garden Village Guesthouse, its a huge hostel which also has private rooms. Tuk Tuk will pick you up free of charge from airport or bus, free bicycle rental and huge pool with amazing food for $2. Very easy to walk to a pub street, around 5 mins. Tuk Tuk drivers at the front gate can organise day trips to Angkor Wat etc. 9 months agoAnswered by Nuala via WorldNomads.com
I enjoyed my stay at the Frangipani Vila Hotel II, close to town, bike hire across the road, friendly and accommodating staff, great rooms and bathroom. 9 months agoAnswered by Ellie via WorldNomads.com
Neth Socheata, walking distance to old market, restaurants and bars, two minutes walk from Pub Street but located in quiet alley way away from the hustle and bustle. From memory rooms are from $20 upwards a night, breakfast included. Very helpful and friendly staff, have stayed there for many years while visiting Siem Reap and wouldn't stay anywhere else. 9 months ago
Reflections art boutique hotel.
Cheap, clean, and comfy.
The hotel is a safe 5 minute walk out of the main part of Siam reap, but still busy and easy to catch a taxi.
Plenty of food around
We stayed there for 5 nights. 9 months agoAnswered by Andrew via WorldNomads.com
Mom's Guesthouse! It's the best! Very nice family runs it. Affordable, safe and a nice new swimming pool! My wife and I loved it! 6 months agoAnswered by John via WorldNomads.com
Handsdown to La Palmeraie d'Angkor.
The staff is simply amazing there, they were here to fulfill our every need always smiling and helping us.
The owners gave us great tips and really helped us in organizing our trip to Siem Reap.
Beautiful hotel, delicious food at the restaurant and great breakfast with hot baguette, fresh toasts, viennoiseries, bacon, eggs...
We simply loved it and will definetely go back to La Palmeraie d'Angkor if we ever stop in Siem Reap. 2 months agoAnswered by Victoria via WorldNomads.com