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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

HOTEL REVIEW: Bayon Boutique in Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a wonderful place to visit especially if you love temples like Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, and Bayon. It is also a hub when it comes to Khmer cuisine such as the famous Beef Lok Lak and noodles with fresh leaves from a nearby tree. And of course, there are also numerous hotels and hostels or even dorms to choose from. For us though, I chose Bayon Boutique which is just a short 5-minute walk from Pub Street.

Bayon Boutique is tucked away in one of the quiet streets near Pub Street and is reasonably priced and has nice reviews from previous hotel guests. I did the reservation via Booking.com and opted to pay at the property instead of using credit card. 


While waiting for our bags to be brought up to our rooms, we were served orange juice on tiny cups and some banana chips. 


Bayon Boutique has its own restaurant also. 


This is the foyer that divides the hotel from the new wing and old wing. The stairs on the left leads up to the new wing. We were billeted at the old wing. Before going up the stairs, guests are required to leave their shoes/slippers on the foyer. But you can also bring it up with you, like what we do (just hand carry it to the room).


This is our triple sharing room. Not much inside except for the three beds, closet, and console table with free bottles of water. But the aircon was in top-notch shape so we were all comfortable and feeling cool after spending hours under the sun while temple hopping.


Oh, and did I mention that our room has a bathtub? My daughter was so happy although I told her not to waste water and use the shower instead.


And yes, because there's a swimming pool so no need to fill the bathtub with water. The pool was actually nice though and there's not much guest who use it except when sunbathing in the morning.


Overall, we had a wonderful stay at Bayon Boutique and I'd recommend this to friends. There's also a convenience store a few meters away, and lots and lots of restaurant and streetfood vendors around the area.



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