Best hotels and hostels in Temples of Angkor

  • Lodging in Roluos Temples

    Angkor Rural Boutique Hotel

    This charming boutique hotel offers a slice of the countryside in comfort. Rooms are in traditional houses set around a lush garden with a small swimming pool and a natural pond. Furnishings are elegant and in keeping with the surrounds. The sophisticated owner is involved in community tourism initiatives, including recycled jewellery and offering ox-cart rides. Airport transfers included.

  • Lodging in Koh Ker

    Koh Ker Jungle Lodge

    Located in the small village of Koh Ker about 1km from the main temple of Prasat Thom, most tourists don't even realise this place exists. Set in a striking old wooden house with two private bedrooms, this is a great option to experience local life within walking distance of the temples.

  • Lodging in Roluos Temples

    Lom Lam Homestay

    This traditional village homestay has support from a Japanese benefactor, ensuring that comfort and quality are a cut above the average homestay around Siem Reap. Set in a large Cambodian house, the furnishing and bedding are more like that of an upscale guesthouse than a homestay. Airport transfers and activities such as a remork tour and village experience are included.

  • Lodging in Temples of Angkor

    Sreymom Beng Mealea Homestay

    Run by friendly, English-speaking Sreymom, this family homestay is just a short walk from the jungle temple of Beng Mealea. The overnight rates include all home-cooked meals. It's possible to pre-arrange lunch here on a visit to Beng Mealea, even if you don't stay overnight.

  • Lodging in Koh Ker

    Mom Morokod Koh Ker Guesthouse

    About 200m south of the Koh Ker toll plaza, 8km south of Prasat Krahom, this quiet guesthouse has 11 clean, spacious rooms with elaborately carved wooden doors and bathrooms. There's no restaurant on-site, but the host family can cook up meals on request.

  • Lodging in Koh Ker

    Ponloeu Preah Chan Guesthouse

    Located in the village of Srayong, this friendly, family-run guesthouse has 14 rooms with bare walls, mosquito nets and barely enough space for a double bed. Toilets and showers are out back.