Courtyard by Marriott in the Heart of Siem Reap

Press Room > 2018

All year round visitors flock to the famed Angkor Wat temple located at the Angkor Archaeological Park – one of the world’s top UNESCO World Heritage Sites and for some – a visit that has to be made at least once in their life time.  Just about 20 minutes away from this mighty impressive ancient temple however, is the Courtyard by Marriott offering affordable luxury hospitality to make your stay in Siem Reap enjoyable and a pleasant one.

The international brand hotel opened last year with its modern award winning Khmer architecture of 233 rooms is the first in Cambodia.  Each guestroom is stylishly designed and comfortably well appointed with balconies of views of the city.

For all day dining, the restaurant Lok Lak at the lobby has a range of local and international menu.  Head chef Chanrith Van conducts cooking classes for guests with visits to the local market for fresh produce to try your hand at cooking Cambodian recipes in the hotel.

On the roof top is the bar for cocktails and dinner with binoculars on the observation deck where you can get a glimpse of the majestic Angkor Wat on a clear day.  Recreational facilities available at the hotel include a fitness centre, outdoor swimming pool and the Quan Spa for some relaxation of traditional Cambodian body massage treatments.  Then there is the kids’ club, the Treehouse where you can have fun activities with your toddlers.

If you like to hold your next meeting or convention in Siem Reap, the Courtyard by Marriott has a total of 9,192 square feet of space which include a grand ballroom and seven event rooms with six break-out rooms.  Ideally for weddings, meetings, conferences, training sessions and performances with full catering services for all events.

Siem Reap in the northwest of Cambodia is a major tourism hub of the country for its known as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor.  Over the years, Siem Reap has reinvented itself as a chic resort town from art galleries, museums, shopping at small quaint boutiques, golf course, five-star hotels and food and beverage outlets to a lively cultural scene.  There is actually plenty to do in Siem Reap after visiting the temples of Angkor.

Head Chef of Courtyard by Marriott Resort, Chanrith Van Preparing Noodles for Breakfast and Visit to the Local Market

Ruins of Angkor Wat

The Chic French Quarter of Siem Reap with Quaint Boutiques and Food and Beverage Outlets

Game of Golf at Siem Reap’s Angkor Golf Resort

Streets of Siem Reap – Popular Mode of Transport on Remorque or Motorcycle