The closest luxury resort to Angkor National Museum, this hotel stands just 700 metres from the Killing Fields Memorial. Soothe the mind and body with a treatment at the world-renowned spa or a revitalising dip in the stunning Khmer-style pool, and be spoilt for choice with a range of dining options, including contemporary fine dining, a relaxed poolside terrace and elegant cocktail bar. Finally, retire to an idyllic sanctuary with dark timber flooring, textured silks and stone motifs for a truly peaceful night’s rest.
Why we recommend Le Meridien Angkor
- Close to major attractions
- World-renowned day spa
- State-of-the-art fitness centre
- Fine-dining restaurant and cocktail bar
- Serene and stylish rooms
Attractions near Le Meridien Angkor
Award-winning day spa
Indulge your senses with Le Méridien Angkor spa, an award-winning sanctuary for rejuvenation and relaxation. You can unwind amid subtle fragrances of lemongrass while fountains create the sound of trickling water. The setting is created by carved statues and walls adorned with authentic Khmer artwork. You can ease into a private treatment room, a couple's haven or an outdoor bed, where skilful hands spoil you with therapies that merge traditional Western and Eastern practices.
Enliven with a body wrap or scrub, opt for a soothing facial, or choose an ancient stone massage or traditional Khmer massage. Each treatment uses world-renowned Jurlique facial and body products, and organic botanicals derived from local avocado, cucumber and honey, ensuring the ultimate in pampering.
Discovering the Angkor National Museum
You can catch a charming tuk-tuk from the hotel to the illustrious Angkor National Museum, which illustrates the majesty of Angkor and the rich history of Khmer culture. As well as a bevy of precious artefacts and intricate sculptures, you can delight in interactive videos and state-of-the-art multimedia technology designed to intrigue and enchant.
Galleries are arranged chronologically, paving an enriching journey through time and space. Make sure you unearth the revered Sumedha hermit statue, which lies with arms outstretched, paying homage to an iconic narrative around the Gautoma Buddha.