Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor reopens

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia has reopened following an extensive six-month restoration.

The property first opened in 1932 and has seen a number of famous faces walk through its doors, from Charlie Chaplin to Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama. 

Set in Siem Reap’s French Quarter, the hotel has reopened with restored rooms, a fresh façade and a new signature restaurant and children’s club.

Its 119 rooms and suites now feature Segafredo coffee machines, Simmons pillow-top mattresses, rain showers and claw-foot bathtubs.

The property has also launched five new Raffles Curated Journeys to fully immerse guests in the destination. They range from a chauffeured Vespa tour of the ancient Angkor Archaeological Park at sunrise to a tuk-tuk tour of Siem Reap’s foodie hotspots. 

Rooms at Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor start from £160 in low season, including breakfast. 

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