Best Hotel Executive Club Lounges In Siem Reap, Cambodia


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We review the best hotel executive club lounges in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and the best airport lounges in Siem Reap REP separately.

If you want to stay in luxury in Siem Reap in Cambodia, if your budget allows, you should consider staying at one of the best luxury hotels. These include Park Hyatt Siem Reap, Bensley Collection Shinta Mani Siem Reap, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Belmond La Résidence d’Angkor, Amansara, and Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh, which is near Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH).

Visitors come here to see the temples, of course, but there is plenty to do in and around Siem Reap city when you’re templed out. Siem Reap has reinvented itself as the epicenter of chic Cambodia, with everything from backpacker party pads to hip hotels, world-class wining and dining across a range of cuisines, sumptuous spas, great shopping, local tours to suit both foodies and adventurers, and a creative cultural scene that includes Cambodia’s leading contemporary circus.

1. Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort

Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort has a newly opened Club Millésime which adds to the luxury experience if you stay at this luxury hotel.

This is definitely one of the best hotel club lounges in Siem Reap. It offers superb cuisine and an extensive list of wines, cocktails, and beers from around the world to inspire you as you overlook the peaceful Sala Lake (pictured above) and its colorful water lilies.

Enjoy a Champagne Breakfast or a tea break. This Club Millésime lounge is open throughout the day. In the evening, as you come back from your visits, the Apéro Chic cocktail hour features a luxurious selection of finger sandwiches, cold cuts, and imported cheeses, all included for free when you book a room with lounge access. It is the perfect way to relax after a tiring day at the Temples.

Within the lounge, you get Complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks & mineral water, personalized Express check-in and check-out, business center and concierge services, a selection of newspapers and magazines. Plus lounge guests benefit from complimentary late check-out until 4:00 pm, and complimentary Wi-Fi. This lounge is open from 6:00 am – 11:00 pm.

To get Club Millésime access, you need to book a suite or buy Club Millésime access.

2. Borei Angkor

The Privilege Floor, which is the club lounge floor at Borei Angkor, offers a true 5-star hotel experience, as does its club lounge. This hotel also offers a lovely large pool with a pop group that performs poolside in the evenings. Take a tuk-tuk from Borei Angkor into town, which takes five minutes to downtown Siem Reap and 20 minutes to the temples.

The Privilege Floor has 19 spacious rooms and suites with hardwood floors, wooden furniture, large bathrooms, butler service, and good-sized balconies with views across the hotel grounds and the city.

The Damnak Restaurant and Lounge is reserved exclusively for Privilege Floor guests. Breakfast is a buffet with cereals, cold cuts, eggs, and fresh fruit plus à la carte food. Within the lounge, you can also enjoy excellent evening Western and Cambodian platters (of chicken, fish, and beef). The veranda of this exclusive lounge is a wonderful place for a drink overlooking Siem Reap as the sun goes down.

Book The Privilege Floor at Borei Angkor on either the Bed and Breakfast package or the Full Package, which comes with a private “any time of the day” car service, two hours of unlimited cocktails, a complimentary minibar, and free laundry.

3. Courtyard Siem Reap Resort

Courtyard Siem Reap Resort opened in 2018 and has an executive club lounge open daily. With award-winning Khmer architecture, sleek decor, and forward-thinking amenities, the Courtyard Siem Reap Resort is a stunning contrast to the ancient sites of nearby Angkor Archeological Park.

The lobby is chic. The rooftop bar offers cocktails with a view (binoculars are offered to take in dramatic views of Angkor Wat). For all-day hotel dining, Lok Lak brings local inspiration to international fare.

Stylish rooms and suites include balcony views, Bluetooth® speakers, and a 43-inch TV. There is also a lovely saltwater pool, fitness center, and Quan Spa with traditional Cambodian treatments. The hotel is close to three Siem Reap golf courses and offers cooking classes, a kids’ club, and 4,400+ square feet of event space.

The Club lounge offers complimentary food, including a hot buffet breakfast, midday snack, afternoon tea, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, Starbucks (R) coffee, tea, & signature espresso-based drinks, free High-Speed Wi-Fi, complimentary non-alcoholic beverages.

Platinum Marriott Bonvoy members get a complimentary room upgrade to the next best category, complimentary internet, late check-out (both subject to availability), club lounge access, and a complimentary gift upon arrival. If you are booking using the redemption points for your stay, Platinums do not get free executive lounge access.

As a Gold Marriott Bonvoy member, there are no decent benefits at this hotel. No real upgrades, no lounge access, and no breakfast. They also charge $45 USD extra per night to have a child in your room, even on points stays.

4. Le Meridien Angkor

Le Meridien Angkor executive club lounge is situated on the ground floor of this hotel by the buffet breakfast area. The hotel is showing a few signs of age, and if you like a modern hotel and are a Marriott Bonvoy member, you may want to consider the newer Courtyard by Marriott in Siem Reap instead. A highlight of this hotel is the pool, which is gorgeous and very quiet. To get into town, your best bet is Tuk Tuk, which costs around $3 USD.

This lounge is not a Solus Club lounge. You don’t eat breakfast in the lounge. Platinum Bonvoy members get access to this “lounge” for free. They also get an excellent buffet breakfast. Non-alcoholic drinks are available all day in the hotel foyer.

There is a (Platinum) club lounge and Happy hour every night. It is not open for long, just 4:30 – 6:30 pm, with complimentary alcoholic Angkor draft beer, one white and one red wine, three cocktails, and three non-alcoholic drinks served by excellent lounge staff. The free food here is not extensive, with three hot items which range in quality, small sandwiches, fruit, cheese, and desserts. The lounge then converts to a bar that opens at 7:00 pm for happy hour.

5. Angkor Palace

At Angkor Palace, upgrading to the club lounge means upgrading to a higher level of comfort, complete with special touches like a complimentary daily mini-buffet of snacks, a selection of beverages in the Club Lounge, and other refreshments served throughout the day.

This lounge is not one of the best in Asia lounge as it doesn’t have a great view, but there aren’t a huge number of hotels in Siem Reap with executive club lounges, so with the limited choice, this lounge is one of your best options, regardless of its quality. There have been reports that the drinks in this club lounge aren’t chilled.

Benefits of club lounge access include complimentary snacks and drinks and free Wi-Fi. This lounge can be accessed by card key and accessed exclusively by VIP and Club room guests.

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