Heritage Suites Hotel
Siem Reap, Cambodia
A boutique style property in a peaceful location, the Heritage Suites Hotel is just minutes from the Siem Reap River, offering an elegant and luxury retreat after a day's exploring the mystical temples of Angkor.
At a Glance
Peaceful location between the temples and the town with easy access to both
In-house adventure specialists who organize fantastic activities
26 rooms and spacious suites
Beautiful saltwater swimming pool in the tropical gardens
The Bungalow Suites are amazing, with outdoor showers under the shade of the palm trees.Scott Dunn team
If you are lucky enough to be staying in the hotel on a Thursday stick around for an evening drink as there’s live jazz on!Jack Mace
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Heritage Suites Hotel or take a look at our itineraries to Siem Reap
Heritage Suites Hotel is a luxurious sanctuary in the heart of Khmer culture at the end of a quiet residential street. Only a 3-minute tuk-tuk ride from the center of town and a 10-minute one from the Angkor complex it is well placed for soaking up the delights of Siem Reap.
The Heritage Suites Hotel's 20 suites and six rooms are spacious and the elegant with low-key décor which harmoniously combines Asian tradition with modernity. The suites all have a small tranquil garden, some with outdoor showers and Jacuzzis and the oversize stone bathtub is a prominent feature of the rooms.
The main restaurant and bar area, housed in the same building, is very relaxed offering Khmer and Western cuisine and an extensive selection of international wines. Enjoy meals both inside and out - dinners by the pool romantically lit by lanterns are truly memorable.
Relax at the saltwater swimming pool where you will also find a small bar to enjoy light meals at any time of the day. As this is a boutique property there are no fixed times for meals so you decide when you want to eat and this fits perfectly with visits to the Temples of Angkor.
The hotel also boasts a stunning spa which uses natural organic local products to soothe the travel weary body, the ideal reward after a days sightseeing at the temples, shopping in the markets or just lounging by the idyllic pool.
The Heritage Suites Hotel has six Deluxe Rooms, 17 Bungalow Suites, two Colonial Suites and The Residence, all designed with blend of contemporary Asian and Art Deco themes. The slick Deluxe Rooms have high ceilings, pressed bamboo floors and teak furnishings. The Zen-like Bungalow Suites have large open plan rooms with comfortable beds, seating areas and a stone freestanding bath. In the bathroom there is a shower and a steam bath and outside, a tropical private courtyard garden with outdoor shower. The Colonial Suites and The Residence are similar in design but are larger, have Jacuzzis in the garden and are perfect if you need more space as they can comfortably accommodate two children.
Children are very welcome at The Heritage Suites Hotel and can be accommodated with parents in any of the suites. There are no specific facilities for them but cots can be provided as can babysitting on request.
The Lantern Restaurant serves sumptuous Asian, Continental and American breakfasts which can be enjoyed inside or out on the terrace. Lunches and dinners blend Khmer, Asian and Western cuisine but snacks and light dishes are available throughout the day and the hotel is incredibly flexible. There is also a lovely bar. There is a peaceful saltwater swimming pool with double loungers and the sanctuary of the Bodia Spa, which is designed to pamper the body and soul with its natural, organic products.
In-house adventure specialists can tailor-make tours to Angkor Wat, off-the-beaten-track experiences and outdoor activities such as quad biking, elephant riding and hot air ballooning. Alternatively, take one of the hotel's bicycles and explore independently, take in the city of Siem Reap with its charming shops, galleries, markets, bars and restaurants.
Location & Directions
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Heritage Suites Hotel is located opposite Wat Polanka in Siem Reap, about 1km north of the old market. It's 8km (a 10-minute drive or 30-minute cycle ride) from the temples at Angkor Wat.
When to go
Cambodia is hot all year round and the best time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from November to April. It starts to get wetter in May and the wettest months are September and October. It is still possible to visit during this time as rain usually falls as short sharp storms. November is a fantastic month to visit Cambodia as it is very green after the rainy season and the lakes and rivers are full of water.