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Planning a trip over the New Year, and would love suggestions for a nice decently priced unique hotel or hostel. No backpacker places unless they are quiet.

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    Hi Tunnsey,

    I stayed at the Casa Angkor Boutique Hotel a few years back, very comfortable, well situated and reasonably priced (USD40-60/night) - http://www.wotif.com/hotel/View?hotel=W49533& over 6 years ago

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    Stay at the Siem reap hostel over 6 years ago

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    It's on hostelworld.com. Check for recent reviews though over 6 years ago

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    I stayed at http://www.bopha-angkor.com/html/ which was nice - a little out of the town, but easily accessed and had a pool which was a welcome retreat from a day of trekking around the sites. over 6 years ago

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    Viroth's is a MUST! Nice boutique hotel close to everything. Go to the blue pumpkin to eat as well. over 6 years ago

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    Angkor Pearl Hotel is a real bang for the buck and a really good hotel overall. Ambience and service was awesome. There was free Wi-Fi and it was cheap.

    They can also help you get to Angkor Wat and other attractions easily. over 6 years ago

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    I also stayed at the Bopha Angkor. Rooms not huge, but well appointed. Very good service. Pool was essential with the heat and ruins-exploring, and lovely. Gorgeous gardens throughout hotel area. Good pizza place near by. A few minutes walk to "downtown", no problem in the evening, but can be a bit much if you're already overheated in the day. Rickshaw was only $1 though (after a tiny bit of negotiation). over 6 years ago

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    I recommend the Siem Reap hostel. The staff are great. The rooms are very nice and good value ($6 US for a bunk or $30 US for a private room.)
    The pool is amazing after a long day exploring the Anngkor.
    If you are interested in meeting people, this is a great place as they organise hostel run pub crawls ect.
    I couldnt recommend it higher! over 6 years ago

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    Sojourn is excellent though out of town and boutique pricing applies over 6 years ago

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    Also, 2kms out of town is Angkor Spirit Palace - an absolutely beautiful building with huge rooms, a/c and ensuite. Breakfast is included and with a pool, room service and free tuktuks in and out to town up until 10pm - $30US is a great price for a double room (ring them for a better price than the website). The peace of the countryside is good too.. we stayed there on two separate occasions last month! And that was after trying one hotel right in town... no comparison.

    http://www.angkorspiritpalace.com/ about 6 years ago

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    Hotel Grand d'Angkor - fabulous colonial style hotel managed by Raffles - expensive though... about 6 years ago

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    Golden Mango Inn. Paid $27 last year for 2 nights for a private double room. Look for Sony Cheab. about 6 years ago

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    Raffles Hotel Grand d'Angkor. We just visited last week for three days. The hotel and grounds are very nice, but the staff is unbelievevable. We travel extensively and this is the best service we have ever received, anywhere. The will make you feel like royalty!! about 6 years ago

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    It is hard to say without knowing your budget. There are hotels in all ranges. I enjoyed the Claremont hotel which, while not luxurious, was definitely clean and comfortable. It was approximately 40 USD per night with breakfast. about 6 years ago

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    Check out The Cashew Nut Guest house... New and awesome value.. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g297390-d2157580-Reviews-The_Cashew_Nut_Guest_House-Siem_Reap.html about 6 years ago

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    Don't go to Tara angkor, it's a really dirty place. about 6 years ago

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    I stayed at Bun Kao Guest House and had a nice stay.

    It is out of flooded downtown Siem Reap.

    They offer tuk-tuk drivers that speak really good english. You can negotiate the prive of tuk-tuk. about 6 years ago

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    Istayed at the River villa Hotel, right next to Viroth - The room was spacious and superbly clean - A great swimming pool on the roof and excellent breakfast. I also found a super guide that took me averywhere on his tuktuk, spoke good English and charged me 14 dollars a day to stay with me from morning to late evening about 5 years ago

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    Garden village has dorm from $1.00 to air con double $10.00 good atmosphere and sunset bar. Avoid Angkor wonder rip off hostel about 5 years ago

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