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The Athakon House was built on two large rice fields, which for many years were fed by streaming water originating from the Phnom Kulen holy mountain. The unique shape of the house is inspired by classic Khmer architecture. At the top floor one can sense a remarkable space with a 360 degrees view all around the landscape.

Enjoy the stunning cocktail party and broaden your network on the first floor of Athakon, relax with the romantic atmosphere with soft and sound music. Then, after 1 hour cocktail time up here, relish with your dinner time which set around the pool under the starry lights and along with the soft torch light, ice carving sculptures, and flower stands. Athakon House is cover up to 130 persons.

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  Reviewed on March 29, 2019

A hotel to make you feel welcome

Excellent staff and you feel completely at ease with the attention they give you. Excellent breakfast buffet with a wide variety of local and international cuisine. Our three grandchildren and the remaining five adults were catered for like we were... See More
ghel0    United Kingdom   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on March 29, 2019

酒店很好

服务员 Ms. Leakna and Ms. So Davy 她们很好。 早晨还可以,有很多东西吃的,欧洲菜和中餐
13074803212    China   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on March 24, 2019

Sokha Hotels, always a good experience

Stayed for two nights and the experience at any of the Sokha Hotel is always worth remembering, Sokha Angkor was no different at all. From Room quality, to overall facility and food, all excellent. There will no second thoughts while choosing a... See More
Shah F    Cambodia   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on March 21, 2019

Ocean of peace

A beautiful property, with well furnished rooms. The staff was very courteous. Breakfast was ample to suit all tastes. Spa and massage parlor was very good. It is quite close to Pub street - the happening place.
shamitsg    India   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on March 21, 2019

Fantastic Hotel

A really good hotel (so long as you are not offended by too much luxury in a poor country) for visiiting the Angkors. My wife had a chest infection and the hotel doctor treated her (in our room, free) and sent us on our way to Laos with antibiotics... See More
Andrew S       Tripadvisor