Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor Revamps its Villas

The Two-Bedroom Villas

 

The Two-Bedroom Villas
The Two-Bedroom Villas are named Villa Uma and Villa Kama.

 

We hear that Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia, is buzzing with some luxury news. The two private villas at the hotel are ready to show off their refurbishments.

Named Villa Uma and Villa Kama, the two-bedroom villas have a large drawing room and dining area, butler’s kitchen, wine cellar and private terraces with sundeck chairs, day beds and private access to the swimming pool.

Need more? Other services include a complimentary Apple MacBook for use; fully stocked Resident Bar and pantry; flat-screen TV; BOSE surround sound system with an iPod music collection; PlayStation; library and the 24-hour Raffles Butlers service.

Guests of the villas get a bevy of treats: free airport transfers, express check-in and out, cold towels and mocktails upon arrival, a bottle of champagne, daily champagne breakfast, daily one-hour massage treatments per couple, and one free Khmer cooking class. 

Luxury travel advisors can contact Gareth Walters ([email protected]) for special arrangements.

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